I love 'Satelitte Heart' by Anya Marina, I wanted to say so in the first chapter but wasn't overly sure if that's what you'd based the title on. The plot is thickening and this review will surely be even worse than the last one!
Draco is such a love. I am now pining, wishing that this was real and in the HP books :( particularly this bit: "Well, we knew each other in school, a bit. But - different houses, different tables, different classes - I hadn't seen you since then, and I - I liked you." The stuttering and pauses are just right, like they're so in love as if they've been together for only months, but by the sounds of it it's been more like years. This is true love and I am so jealous (of both this and your writing which has made me jealous of this)
Oh Harry! Don't ruin everything now! It's all so perfect, and Draco is perfect, and your world is almost perfect and I am sad that you are ruining it :( and also at my inability to type and tell you my feelings.
Ohmygosh real-life Draco is there. And he's a Healer? He cares for people? I like that. It's strange, I'd never imagined that's what he'd do, but I like it. It shows he's moved on and wants a better life for himself and his family. Now I just can't wait to see what Harry says to him.
He prefers his 'dream Draco'! That sounds so cheesy, but it's true. I want to comment on the way you write it, but you know I'm a huge fan of your writing style. Like I have said: simple and effective. I think what I liked best about this chapter (so far) has to be Harry's realisation that Draco is married, and the fact that this hurts him so much makes want to go back to his Draco, because he likes their life together. And so do I. Why do you make me feel these things when they can't happen? :(
""You know what that does to my sex drive." I shouldn't have giggled as much as I did at that line. It's so cute and familiar for them. Shipping things are now going on within me and it's all your (wonderful) fault. And Mel's.
"Draco is the same. But he is also here, in this bed. He brought Harry soup and stayed with him even though he was sick and so many other things." I want to comment on my love for him, but I think the quote and my inability to tell you conveys my feelings.
Yes Harry! "Harry can't decide if having these dreams, this world, come to an end is something he even wants anymore." Your pacing is perfect for this revelation. Just perfect. If you'd said this in the first chapter, or made Harry wimp out about his dream (or is it reality?) anymore, it wouldn't feel right, wouldn't make us sit here and agree with Harry. Annie, this is just perfect.
Roddy has hit the nail on the head, and the way Harry reacts is perfect: angsty because he's hiding his real feelings and is confused.
I could try and form another way of saying that you are a fabulous writer and friend, but I can't. So for now you will have to trust me that you are, and my inability to tell you this merely highlights how in awe I am.
And...you have converted me.