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Review:MissesWeasley123 says:
I know, I couldn't resist.

And now I really, really don't want to read the epilogue :( Also, I'm much more awake now (I wasn't previously, therefore the misconceptions and shortness of the last review.


Um... Dan. I just can't stalk about this chapter, it was far too perfect.

It was Mulciber! Wow. That was such a smart move, and then to have Harry and Ron come in was so perfect.

Once all that was over, Draco and Astoria had eyes only for each other, didn't they? And, ahh Ronald. That "Weaselbee" moment was so funny. I loved it so much. I was fangirling so hard with my pom poms, it was way too cute.

I loved that Draco still wanted her father's approval, it was so cute. I loved this chapter above all.

I loved Astoria in this. I think her perspective is what I'm going to miss the most in this story. She's so witty and fun, and like I said in the earlier stages of this novel, I totally want to be her friend. Her and Draco are going to be one rocking couple.

It was so much fun watching their love grow and fight. I loved it. So thank you, Dan.

And you write fluff so well haha.

"She said yes."

just asdfghjkl;

*favouriting now* ♥ I really, really loved this.

It has been a pleasure to get to know their story, so thank you.

Author's Response: Eh, resistance is overrated. ;)

Aww, you're seriously making me blush over here. I did enjoy writing this chapter, even though it took several tries to get some parts of it to sound right. I figured it was important enough to take the time and do it right.

I never really decided in my own mind whether the Aurors had already captured Mulciber and used his identity to draw Avery out of hiding or whether they just faked Avery completely out and Mulciber was still on the loose. Either way, they had Avery pretty convinced. And Harry infiltrated Gamp's gang by pretending to be Zabini after Zabini's mother sneaked him out of the country. In other words, don't mess with the Aurors because they **will** catch you.

I hate making Ron into a bad guy, but that's how Draco and Astoria would have perceived him. Unlike Harry, he just can't let the school rivalry with Draco go.

I'm really pleased that you've come to like Astoria so much. I know a lot of readers weren't too keen on her in the beginning. It took a while for me to draw out some of her flaws and hopefully move her out of the Mary Sue Zone. I think she'd like to be your friend too, as long as you're a pureblood from a good family. ;)

Ha! I never thought of myself as a gifted fluff writer, but I'll take it as a compliment. If you like fluff, you might really enjoy "And Then There Were Three".

"She said yes." It sums up Draco's state of mind as well as anything else in the story. Somehow, he made it through.

The pleasure has been all mine. Thank you so much for all of the support and encouragement along the way. It means a lot to me.


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