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Review:patronus_charm says:
Guess whose back? :D

And weíre back to Venn!

Again can I just saw I love howíve you made this story have historical muggle events in it. Iím guessing by the books Helena was reading in the previous chapter, and the Scandinavian wars, theyíre possibly referring to the lead up to The Battle of Hastings in 1066? My history knowledge isnít that great, so sorry if Iím wrong!

I loved the way Edeline described how Helena looked. It seemed to be done so beautifully, and just the language she used seemed so befitting of Helena and the time period, it was just lovely to read.

Well in fact I love all of your description! Itís just so well done, and really vivid you can really immerse yourself into the scene. Iím so glad that thereís so much of it, as many people underrate the importance of having it, so itís nice to see that youíve included it in your story! Also you didnít just describe humans in detail but nature as well, and thatís what just makes this story so special!

Helena and Venn met for the first time then. It was funny to see that he was already getting excited about meeting her, even before he had met her! She seemed so wonderfully in his eyes, almost as if she had some magical quality about her (yes I know sheís magic, but something extra special I guess!).

So another excellent chapter, and I canít wait to read on!

-Kiana :D

Author's Response: Hello again, Kiana :)

Hmm, it's been a while since I wrote this one, but that rings a bell. I think it was the Battle of Hastings that took poor Venn's father from him.

I was heavy into Once Upon a Time and Snow White and the Huntsman when this was published, so I will admit that I drew inspiration from those sources. OUAT continues to inspire me--if only I had time to catch up on the current season, agh. I'm happy that you liked Edeline's take on Helena.

Around this time, I was struggling a lot with writing imagery too heavily, so I'm happy to hear that the amount didn't drag it down for you. Please don't hesitate to poke me in a review if you ever find it too heavy-handed. Nature is actually easier for me than humans :)

Yeah, Venn has weird feelings about Helena right now. He can't deny that she's gorgeous and has a sort of "magical" quality about her, as you mentioned, but he's still trying to stubbornly cling to his bachelorhood. I guess we'll have to see how things look from Helena's perspective in the next chapter...

Thanks for this lovely review!

-Amanda


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