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Review:APerkins says:
Oh, the happiest day of my marriage. :D

Thankyou for writing that so well. For spelling it out to us... (but not literally.) That section with Fleur was just perfect! Fleur is still annoying and .. ugh. Phlegm.

I am enjoying this too much to really focus on reviewing much. But I am a little... disappointed in the fact that Ron can manage to apparate to his parents place,defeat the bad guys and return, while Rose and Octavia failed to. Where's the girl power?
Preparation I suppose you will tell me?
Determination, desperation, deportation?

Anyway, I love the way you have .. no thats wrong. What you have Ron doing to the bad guy is sick and twisted and awful but you did it well.

And somehow you managed to leave us worried about the well being of Hermione, alone with an Evil Book that Harry knows something about but hasnt explained. You jsut leave these tantalising hints everywhere. Its fantastic.

I dont understand why Rose wanted to be seen as nonplussed. Well, again, thats not true. She wants to be nonplussed because that is her version of acting the innocent, unsuspecting, slightly flustered person caught doing nothing wrong.

But ... outraged, scared, offended,, disinterested, what made you chose nonplussed from the variety of options?

I like seeing her flatter Jade though... and you ... are just so good at this.

Author's Response: Hello, again! Finally getting to respond to this last one! I wanted to add some extra-special thanks for this review. It's number 950 on Conspiracy of Blood!

I hope that maybe you'll like Fleur a bit better as the story moves forward. She can be a bit pretentious at times, but hey, she's French. She has nothing but people's best interests at heart.

Ron does have many, many years of training and preparation that Rose doesn't have, but it's more than that. Rose still doesn't realize how much trouble she's in. None of the Next Generation characters do because they've never seen anything like this situation in their entire lives. Even if they think that the Ministry is clumsy and bureaucratic, they still believe in the inherent justness of the institution because their parents helped to rebuild it after the war. They don't understand how that institution has been subverted... yet.

You wanted to see Ron step out of Harry and Hermione's shadow a bit, right? Well here he is in all of his bad-to-the-bone Auror glory. He really is a powerful, talented wizard.

Rose doesn't so much *want* to be seen as nonplussed, she's just being obnoxious. In her mind, she's quite sure that she's done nothing wrong and that eventually MLEP will have to let her go. Again, she doesn't realize how much trouble she's really in. Until it's too late...

Thanks for all the compliments and thanks so much for reading and reviewing!

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