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Review:Gabriella Hunter says:

I told you I would hop on this very quickly and so, here I am! I got your other message on the forums but I thought I'd just leave you a great review instead! :D
So, we're back with all the girls and I was glad that Dezzy's relationships with her sisters was cleared up a little and that she's been given permission to have Godric as a friend. I'm wondering how that will last though with this mysterious aunt of theirs coming to stay. I'm not sure how she'll be in a household filled to the brim with young girls and it worries me just a little (This is experience from my own aunts, who hate kids, hahaha) so I hope she goes easy on them!
Now, as for the letter she received from her father! Wow, that was pretty harsh, in an overly polite kind of way! What sort of business is he up to anyway? D:
I want to know and poor Dezzy! I was reminded of how Astoria felt when her dad asked her to uhm, get to know Malfoy! I'm not sure if their relationship is going to go in a good direction after this but I'm curious to see what you do with it. And no Salazar in this chapter?! That surprised me, I was getting used to him but you're probably up to something naughty (I hope so, hehehe) where he's concerned and I can't wait to see where else you go with this! :D
I had nothing to complain about at all, I loved all the girl's interactions and I really enjoyed the pace of it, though it was so short! D: How could you? Hahaha.
No grammar mistakes or anything and I enjoyed it right till the end, I was really glad that Dezzy was able to enjoy herself and forget about her mean papa. Hahahaha. I shall be back and awaiting the next chapter of course!
P.S.: "Not even a little fun?" was my favorite quote because I have a feeling that someone is going to be pretty bad regardless when their aunt arrives. Hahaha.
Much love,

Author's Response: Hi Gabbie! It's great to hear from you again!!!
I really wanted to fix the sisters relationship to show that it isn't strained all the time, even if it seems like it. They really do love each other, and have to watch out for one another, because they don't have parents to do that for them. And as for Aunt Rowena... I can tell you now that a house full of girls will have really interesting dynamics with her character. But I don't think she is going to be how people expect her to turn out, and hopefully I'll surprise you! The letter from her father was weird for me to write, because there was a certain quality to it that I really wanted to achieve. He's very cold towards his daughters, and that's part of the reason that it seems overly polite. It makes it less personal in a way. That's why he calls Dezzy Desiya, and doesn't acknowledge that the girls miss him or anything. There's no Salazar because after what happened last time Dezzy was in the pavilion, no one wants to go right back. I know it was short, but I just wanted a peaceful ending after so much craziness! And yay! "Not even a little fun" was definitely something Bea would say, and that part of the chapter was written around that quote. I had fun making up their Uncle Byron and Great-aunt Eudora, too :) I'm so glad you enjoyed this chapter, and can't wait to see what you think of my one-shot that's coming next! Thank you so much Gabbie!!!
Cassie :)

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