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Review:800 words of heaven says:

I really liked this story! I don't usually like non-canon stuff, but I think it was a great way to show a side of Narcissa that we only ever get to see later on in the books.

I think it makes complete sense that Narcissa would abandon a fight to go to her child. We know that she'd do anything to save her son - including lying to Voldemort's face, so I don't think it's completely unbelievable that she'd leave a fight.

This was also a really subtle way of showing Narcissa's intelligence and skill as a witch - it takes a lot of planning and forethought and powerful magic to think up of the defences she put in place to safeguard her son.

That line about Lucius hardly ever failing really struck a chord with me. He fails in so many ways in the books, so it was a great bit of ironic foreshadowing (is that even a thing?)!

A wonderful piece! It was very emotive!

Author's Response: Hey! Thanks for reading and reviewing!

I am glad you liked this story even though you're a canon person!

It's great to hear that you think it made sense for Narcissa to abandon the fight for her child, and you found it believable. I took the idea from her lying to Voldemort for Draco so yeah xD

Ah I always admired Narcissa and felt like she was a woman of intelligence and skill so this was my headcanon way of showing it!

Indeed, I always felt that Narcissa had too much faith in her husband - thus that line. As you said, it's ironic. (And yes I think it's a thing haha).

Thanks again for your lovely words!

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