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Review:Remus says:
Hey! So I came and read this cus Dan recommended it. :) And I have to say...wow!

Your entire description of Ginny's deterioration is so brutally descriptive and so spot on. Harry's relationship with Ginny is so genuine that it's very believable. He still loved her in a way and cared for her that it just made me cry!

Question, why did they call him 'Lord'?

Your entire description was amazing that I felt getting sucked in and not wanting to stop. And Harry being married to Daphne was very interesting on this. I'm always up for any Harry and another canon (except for Hermione) but I've never heard or seen a Harry/Daphne. I'm glad, however, that you didn't paint her as some sort of villain who doesn't want her husband's ex-wife living with them. You actually gave her a personality aside from the usual manipulative, cold and arrogant that I tend to see. She's actually a caring person here! And you can see the love that Daphne has for Harry when she was willing to let her husband's ex-wife to live with them.

Overall, this was truly beautiful in a very bittersweet way.

I'm glad that Ginny got the peace she deserved in the end.

--Perelandra/Rosie

Author's Response: Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a review! I'm so glad that you liked it!

I'm very pleased that you thought I did a good job with the description of her deterioration and with Harry's relationship with Ginny. I spent a lot of time researching for this story because I wanted everything to be correct and I really tried to convey the proper emotions in the scenes, so it's nice to know that it came across.

Oh- the reason I have for them calling him "Lord" is that after he became involved in politics he took his place as head of the Houses of Potter and Black... Making him a Lord. It just seemed right for the time at which I wrote him.

I haven't seen any Harry/Daphne either, though it could definitely work as a pairing (as I hope I've shown in this story) if people don't paint her in such a negative light. To be honest, I don't think I could have painted her in a negative light- it would have added an extra layer of complexity to the story and, I feel, taken away from Harry's relationship with Ginny.

Thanks once again for reviewing- I'm very pleased that you enjoyed the story and that you liked the ending. It was the only one I thought would be suitable for the story.


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