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Review:ValWitch21 says:
I love the structure you gave this -- you really created a sense of mystery by fragmenting the evidence and setting this in two different time frames.

Narcissa was brilliantly portrayed, cold and caluculating and acting for the love of only a selected few. This could almost be cannon, actually, because Narcissa and Andromeda and the history about why Poppy replaced Narcissa as Lucius' bride-to-be. YES, IT WAS THAt GOOD.

However, I'm now going to act really stupid, because the ending confused me: does that Mean Narcissa killed her own sister? Or did I just not read carefully enough?

I feel like that kind of put a damper on my review, so I'll enthuse some more. The alternation between the sombre descriptions of Narcissa brooding and resenting, and the final scene, was wonderfully well done. Everything flowed beautifully from start to finish, so congratulations: you wrote an amazing one-shot again! :)

Author's Response: VAL! :D Thanks so much for dropping by to read this!

I'm really happy that you liked the structure, as I was worried that it didn't make sense / was too choppy, so it was great that it was mysterious instead of confusing! :P

I -love- writing moments that could fit into canon-verse, and to hear you say that you thought it really could almost be canon was fab! ♥ (I didn't like the way Narcissa disowned Andromeda for marrying Ted, since we know she'd do -anything- for Lucius and Draco, whom she loves - so I came up with a nice different reason!)

Yep, you're right. Andromeda and Poppy used Polyjuice Potion so that Andromeda could take Poppy's place to see Narcissa on what they thought was an innocent trip to the forest, but which turned deadly. Poppy then impersonated Andromeda for the rest of her life. ;)

Thank you so much for your compliments, and for reviewing! ♥

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