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Review:marauderfan says:
This was such a well written chapter. I actually didn't cry when I read At the Hour but it was reading Siobhan's grief in this that made me cry, seeing her fall to pieces like that. My heart breaks for her. And for Reid. I can tell it's going to be a long healing process for both of them.

I think this is a good set up for Molly and Arthur eloping though - something that made them realise how short life is.

Author's Response: That breaking-up-of-the-group that you mentioned in a review for "What It's Worth" - this is when they're brought back together. After Cecilia is killed, the ones who remain in the UK are kept together through that shared tragedy. And it definitely was the catalyst for Molly and Arthur's elopement. In the books she says how no one knew if they'd be around tomorrow so they were eloping left right and center, so I think they needed something to really bring it home to them.

Poor Siobhan, she really doesn't know how to deal with this - it completely breaks her, and the only time she lets it out is at the graveside. It takes a long time for her to heal, and Reid as well, you're right.

Thank you so much for the review!

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