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Review:MissesWeasley123 says:
Ah, Jenna! I'm so excited that you decided to turn this into a short story! Now that NaNo's over, I expect more updates! And I know I **should** be reading tGfS, but this story ♥

I'm loving all these Sam and Victoire moments ♥ So cute. I adored how this was set in Paris, the city of love. It seemed very fitting for the two of them. It was way too cute. My heart broke a little at the beginning when Vic said that she dreaded the thought of Sam having a crush on her. That crushed me.

And he's Canadian. Tell me where he lives I want to know (in a completely non stalkerish way... or maybe I am being creepy but I want to know still so tell me pls)

I loved Gabrielle. I found her character very eccentric and fun, she was great. I loved the french you added in too, because for once I could understand a language being used in a chapter! Sometimes when stuff like German comes on and I'm all sad because I don't know what was said until the very end :(

And she's with Charlie! That was such a nice touch. As always, I loved all the Canadian references. The snowfall bit was priceless. Especially considering the snow here... grrr...

And that last line! So.. much.. sugar.. can't.. handle... help. meeeh...

Great work as always!

Author's Response: Hola! Ah, yay, I'm excited that you're excited! And yes, I promise that I will return my attention to this story at some point in the near future. :P This story is kind of therapeutic in that it reminds me of traveling so it's a lot of fun to work on!

I'm glad you liked Paris and the little romance brewing! It's funny, I wasn't really sure if I wanted them to cross the friend line or not, but readers seem to be responding to them as a couple which is interesting. :) Victoire is just nervous and doesn't want to ruin their friendship, but well, we'll see what happens!

Haha, not stalkerish at all! :P I imagined him living in Ontario, near the Quebec border. He definitely took French in school and has seen a lot of snow on a regular basis. :)

I loved Gabrielle too! I imagined her as being a lot like Fleur, but a little less haughty and a little more silly. Ah, I totally know what you mean about having a language we can understand! I enjoyed putting in the French and Gabby's accent was fun to write as well.

Haha yeah, I figured the Charlie thing would be a little confusing for poor Victoire. And now she has to tell her mother... uh oh. Yes! I love including Canada in stories when I get a chance, and I'm glad you could sympathize with this with the snow. Yeck.

Thanks so much for this brilliant review! It was so great to get a review on this chapter, I really appreciate it my dear! :)

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