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Review:Toujours Padfoot says:
House Cup nostalgia for the win! It was fun to read this and recognize the prompts - but at the same time, they were subtle enough that they didn't draw too much attention to them. Helena and Salazar definitely remained the focus.

I really liked this pairing! And I've never read it before, or heard of it, or really even thought of it. And now I'm wishing that you would write something longer about this pairing, because it sounds so interesting. Rowena's daughter, running after Salazar. I've written a Helena/Baron and a Rowena/Salazar, but never thought about having Helena with Salazar.

Helena's thoughts and frustrations were striking. I found myself frustrated with the Baron as well when she mentioned how he treated her internal conflicts like a childish fancy. I suppose it's easier for him to believe she's just being immature and flighty than consider that maybe she actually just doesn't love him. He sounds incredibly arrogant. I don't want Helena to be with him, but I also don't want her to be with Salazar because he seems so unwilling to give her more. The blank mask, the indifference - it's a mind game. It's manipulation. He knows she wants him and they both know he's not going to give her what she deserves. She ought to run away from both men while she still can.

Lovely one-shot!

Author's Response: House Cup nostalgia definitely for the win. I can’t wait to see what they are going to do this year. ;P Well glad to hear that as that was my intention. I had difficulties incorporating the prompts, but yet I did not want them to overwhelm.

Thank you! Well to be honest with you I don’t think I have ever read it before also or heard about it for that part. All of the sudden I was just writing it. Perhaps I will later on. It is quite an odd pairing and extremely minor. But those are the pairings I enjoy writing about.

Well I’m sure he was really arrogant. A baron in that time period, would surely be. He knows she wants him yes, but he is a Slytherin ;p. He can’t help it. Well anyway I do agree with you she should but yet she didn’t. She always ended up staying in Hogwarts, with the Baron there and Salazars memory everywhere around here. Poor girl.

Thank you!

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