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Review:KCKibbles says:
I'm here from the review tag :)

I really did like this since the Malfoy family has always interested me with their haughty attitudes and I just love jerks. Narcissa's desperation to reach her son was also very believable, especially after you see how much the family cares for one another in the books. Despite how much I like them, I've never read a story of them that took place in the first war so I did look forward to this.

"She wasn't a coward, she just was not one to endanger her son's life."

That part is pretty much what I think all Slytherins stand for (not endangering their lives), so I enjoyed that line.
How she guarded Draco was actually both amusing and impressive. Amusing because it seems overdone and impressive because of how much she cares for Draco and that she used all those enchantments and creatures to protect him.

It's sad that Draco was not able to avoid Voldemort in the end and the family got dragged into his service. This story really makes you sympathize with the family.

Although this isn't canon-compliant, I still enjoyed it.

Author's Response: Hey! Thanks for reading and reviewing!

I am glad you liked it. The Malfoy family has always interested me too xD I am happy that you liked this especially since it was your first story reading of a First Wizarding War.

I kind of agree with you there, that line does stand for all slytherins.

Hmm, I didn't think of it as "amusing" but now that you explain it, I can see why it would be xD

Its good to know that the story made you sympathise with the family as that was my intention.

Thanks again!

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