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Review:nott theodore says:
Kiana! ♥

I've got to say I'm with Tonks on the people who manage to jog in such cold weather! :P

This was another great chapter - I'm jealous of your talent at writing humour and I think you capture Tonks' voice brilliantly. As always (I swear that you're going to get bored of me saying this in reviews) her internal monologue is really engaging and amusing, and it's probably my favourite thing about this story. She just comes across as such a real character and it's great to read from the POV of someone like that.

I really liked the way that Tonks was taunting Dawlish again, and it fits in with the fact she used to pull pranks and break school rules when she was younger. He's a character who annoys me a bit too, so I don't blame Tonks for wanting to get on his nerves! The ballerina idea made me laugh a lot!

There was great details in this chapter that weren't anything major or important for the plot (at least, they didn't seem to be - I could be proved wrong) like her opinion of Harry and the gossipy co-worker who wanted to talk to her about her latest conquest. They help to build up a vivid picture in my mind and add some real depth to this story which makes it even better.

Ah, the romance novel! Was this "Isabella ended up with Patrick not Edward" a bit of an allusion to a certain vampire series? :P It makes me laugh to think that Tonks reads romance novels; even though she can't understand why people are surprised, she definitely isn't the type I'd imagine to see reading romance. And then she goes and risks exposure by letting go of the book!

The panic and thought process as Tonks reacted to the 'intruder' was great - I felt like I was right there in her head trying to work out what to do. The moment when she realised she was actually an Auror and could take on this mysterious person was funny - isn't that one of the reasons she was recruited?

Pahaha you're right; only Tonks would stun her future husband! Poor Remus, having no idea what's happened but being stunned for being there. I may be wrong, but I think Remus might be starting to like Tonks. I'm pretty sure Tonks won't realise anything for a while since she's pretty oblivious generally. Aw, that talk about her perfect man, though! Has to like romance novels - Remus has just quoted part of the romance novel she's been reading at her. This is exciting!

Sian :)

Author's Response: Sian!

I find it amazing that people can jog in any weather :P

Aw, you keep on spoiling me with compliments :') Haha, I honestly don't get bored of hearing that as I love writing it so much it gives me some form of comfort that other people like it it too. I'm so glad that you find her real, because I agree, it's something I love to find in a story.

Dawlish is just a character I think everyone hates, so that's why writing Tonks is a perfect opportunity to vent my anger at him!

I'm glad you liked her opinion on things as she's a rather opinionated person so it's hard to escape it at times! Haha, how did you guess that? I really couldn't miss it out. I know, I didn't expect it too, but I knew she had to be reading so I thought it could be possible and know in my head she is an avid romance reader!

I'm really glad that you liked the thoughts at that moment as I'm never too great with panic moments! I think Tonks is one of the people who often forget things in a moment of panic, which is pretty bad given her job!

I couldn't resist that, it was just so much fun to make her do that to him! You're not wrong, but that's the only spoiler I'll give out in this response. I know, she would need Remus to be kissing her to realise that and even then she would probably still be confused.

Thanks for another amazing review, Sian! ♥

-Kiana


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