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Review:ChaosWednesday says:
Hey, it's Whiskey, back for a second review :D

Well, I must agree with most of the other reviewers on one thing: Callum seems like a total creep!! (but a fun kind of creep? I don't know...) If it's his job to find people like Daphne, why is he flirting with her? And if he is flirting with her because he likes her, then how can he like her if he doesn't know her? Unless he DOES know her, which would mean he had been stalking her. Stalking is always creepy.

But it makes sense for her to give him a chance anyways, because, honestly, it doesn't seem like she has very much to loose...

Speaking of which, I must admit that her dilema at the end of the chapter is probably the only real critique I have. I just don't see how there was such a dramatic choice to make in the first place. He offered her information, why would she consider not taking it? It didn't even have to be a question of trust, but a question of seeing where things go. She seems like a rational, independent kind of girl, and she could have decided to co-operate with him while remaining in control, instead of emotionally surrendering to him like she did.

This brings me to one more thing: I have noticed many parallels between your story and the Twilight saga so far! The outsider, quiet girl (without many characteristics) that gets saved from her boring life by a gorgeous, magical and stalkerish guy :P It's a great formula, and I am sure you will add many new details to the story that will make it unique and exciting (can't wait for Hogwarts and the Marauders ;)). But I would like to caution you to stay away from cliches if you can. Keep in mind that Twilight may be ridiculously popular, but it is still basically a curse word among literary critics.

I hope my reviews are helpful so far, I think I'll do at least another chapter!


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