Hey Gabbie! I'm on here on my review spree! I'll review the *sob* last chapter of Abandon after this:D, or tomorrow as it's nearly 11 :/
It was really nice how you portrayed George wanting to give up on the shop after Fred died, as I guessthey worked together on everything, and were one another's muses however once one of them had gone, how could they carry on. It almost made me want to cry, seeing George so forlorn and wanting to give up :'(
It was nice seeing the old quidditch crew, try and help pull both George and Angelina through this hard time, I guess they lost one of their comrades so there pulling the ranks in tighter (I don't know why I just went all army speak:/). One thing I wasn't so sure on was Oliver being a businessman, I always assumed he would be a quidditch player, considering he got that spot at Puddlemere.
I can see why George had to date Natasha, as I much as I disliked because of her views on muggleborns. He needed to be not constantly reminded of Fred, so dating someone who supported the cause Fred died trying to get rid of, is the perfect solution.
I loved that scene at the end of Angelina and George reunited, as I really love them together, of course I know George gets his act together and ditchs Natasha for her, but having this drama of when he will is so much better! You made a great villan out of her though!
Again, I loved it, and I'll be back soon, with the review on Abandon :) Kiana x
Author's Response: Hello!
Hey, thanks for the random review! Haha. You could have jumped on anything really, I wasn't sure where I'd see you popping up but anyway, thanks!
George was going through so much after Fred died that he really couldn't see his life moving forward, which would explain why he didn't want to be around the shop. :(
But they have too many memories there and he didn't feel like giving that up.
You'll see the old quidditch crew again and again, they love each other too much to let each other go. They've been through too much together. :)
With Oliver, I hadn't really thought about it but I suppose he may have gotten an injury at Puddlemore and decided to try making brooms instead. :) Perhaps.
You know, that is the first time that anyone has ever dared to point that out about George's relationship with Natasha. It makes me wonder though, so thanks for pointing that out there! There's alot of questions about their relationship and if you'd wanted, try reading "This is Angelina", it explains it alot more. :D
George gets his act together eventually but you should really try reading This is Angelina, it really doesn't go as planned. But there's a happy ending underneath all its angst. And blood. And angst. And tears. :D
Anyhoo, I'll be looking forward to seeing you again for Abandon! Thanks alot doll!