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Review:CassiePotter says:
Hello!
I'm sorry it's been so long, but I'm back to read and review some more of your wonderful work! I really love this story, and love getting a deeper look into all the characters, so it was a real treat to see into Sirius's head a little bit after he finally understands that Sneth is a thing (and thank goodness it is!). I do feel bad for him though, because he probably is really angry at himself for yelling at Beth like he did.
The conversation between Sirius and James was brilliant! Absolutely brilliant. Of all the times it's just been the two of them talking, I think this time was my favorite. It just summed them up so well, because you can tell that they see each other as brothers, and there's a lot of genuine emotion there, but they can still tease each other and have fun. And of course Sirius is now Harry's godfather which was such a great scene! I love how excited he is! :)
The end of this chapter really made my heart go out to him, though. I can feel how bitter and sad and confused Sirius is, and wish that I could magically give him a girl to be happy with! Hopefully when he makes things better with his friends things will start to work out before the war gets worse!
This story is amazing, and I love how in depth you get with the characters! This is some really phenomenal writing, and I can't wait to read more! 10/10
Cassie :)

Author's Response: No need to apologize, Cassie! I'm sorry it's taken me SO long to respond to this review in the first place -- but you have absolutely no obligation to return, and it makes me happy that you did at all!

He's probably a bit angry with himself at this point, you're quite right. I think he often does a lot of things on impulse, or at least he strikes me as being a bit impulsive. I'm glad you liked his conversation with James, though! I like writing scenes like that because it makes it more apparent that not everything was smiles and roses in that friendship; there is tension, there are fights. It's real, in short.

I'm not sure why Sirius never is involved in a relationship as far as we know in canon... but I almost feel he's too large in personality to settle down. Does that make sense? I can't picture Sirius in a relationship at all!

Thanks so much for returning and reviewing this again for me, Cassie. I've truly and honestly missed your lovely comments. ♥ And I hope to see you back around here soon!


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