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Review:CassiePotter says:
I'm back for chapter four!
I really loved the opening of this chapter, when Helga is comforting Mary. She seems so comfortable, and is so good with children, and with making them feel relaxed around her. I smiled through that whole conversation, just because it was so sweet! Salazar did put a bit of a damper on it, though, because he had to bring blood purity up. I felt so bad for Helga and Mary then! Mary because she's only one of four Muggle-born students, and because of the way Salazar speaks of her, even though she's so young. And, of course, I wish Helga didn't feel like she has to keep her heritage a secret!
And then they went back to the shape-shifter, which is a boggart, right? I didn't really make that connection until this chapter, because of the fear thing, and the fact that it's in a dark, small space. I thought both Helga and Salazar's fears were very interesting, and I love how much we can learn about their characters just from that. I'm curious about Salazar and the fire, though! Hopefully you go more into that soon!
I agree with what Godric was saying at the end of the chapter. I think they should just tell Salazar and Rowena about their parents being Muggles! They can't move past it if they never find out!
This was a wonderful chapter, and I can't wait to read more! 10/10
Cassie :)

Author's Response: Hi Cass! Sorry it's taken me this long to respond, but rest assured that I loved this review! So glad you got a chance to come by :)

Helga loves to act as more of a mom to her students than a teacher, and I think she does it very well :) Glad you thought so too! And yes, you're right about the boggart. I thought showing their greatest fears would be an interesting way to delve into their characters. And more about the fire will be revealed soon!

So you're on Godric's side here, huh? I think I agree; Helga does tend to make this much more complicated and hard on herself than it needs to be. But she likes the way things are, and she's having trouble taking that step to change how they think of her.

Thanks again for coming by and reviewing! I really appreciate all the time you've put into reviewing this story, and I'm so glad you're enjoying it :)


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