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Review:FleurDelacourAndEverybodyElse says:
Okay, I completely completely completely loved this story! I plowed through it, and I skipped eating lunch and dinner to keep reading it. I hate myself for not leaving more reviews, because this story definitely deserves more than what it has at the moment. Anyway, I thought the curse was really interesting, and I also like the fact that the witches' faces stay the same while the hair and eye color change according to the father. There are a few things that I've been wondering about, though. Does the name "Greengrass" have anything to do with Austoria (is that Draco's wife's name?) Greengrass at all? And another thing. I was a bit confused when Ben was explaining the Venus Lupin and Remus Lupin connection. If Venus Lupin gave birth to a girl, then Venus Lupin would've died, and the curse would've just kept going. So how does Remus come into all of that? I love the story so so so so so much! Now I'm going to read the sequel!

Author's Response: Wow, you skipped meals to continue reading? I'm honored you felt this was more important that food! :D It's okay that you didn't leave reviews during the course of reading- it's much easier to just go to the next chapter, right?

As for your questions, here are the answers in order. Yes, Alexander Greengrass, Marta's grandfather, had several brothers according to my story. One of those brothers had his own children and grandchildren and such. Astoria's father would have been Marta's second cousin (or third cousin or second cousin once removed or something of the like). Basically, the relationship goes back to Marta's grandfather and Astoria's great-grandfather having been brothers. I just really wanted a pureblood surname for Marta's mother (and yeah, I chose it because of her future relationship with Draco).

The same kind of relationship was sort of the same with the Lupin family tree. Venus Lupin had the curse. But her father was a Lupin and had his own brothers to carry on the family name without the curse. So Marta descended from the Lupin father that married a cursed witch. Remus descended from the Lupin uncle that had no contact with the cursed lineage. And Venus was born in 1242 (no, I didn't just make up that number, it's been in my notes for ages), so Remus and Marta have over seven hundred years of generations separating them from being related. I really hope I didn't confuse you with all that, but those were really great questions!

I must thank you for leaving this review! I'm always delighted when I see someone enjoyed something I wrote, and hearing about your excitement and desire to read it all right away makes me smile! And I see you have reviews waiting for me over at Fiend, so I'll speak with you again over there!

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