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Review:spreaddapoo93 says:
Ah, I love it when you write subtle scenes. Every other time, you're freaking amazing with your wit, action scenes, hot *cough cough* shower/changing-room moments; but it's moments like this, like a wet oil-painting, as colours merge softly into another; a chance dance of chiaroscuro, that I absolutely feel my breath leave me as I read. The "pair of stretched shadows, melded together like lovers" as Dom and Scorpius in their heartfelt exchange, is just gorgeous. I'm in love with that image.

ANYWAY, back to the steaming walking mound of flesh that is Albus, my GOLLY; "I've been in more trouble than you have"? "This is no innocent flirtation; this is seduction"?! Albus gets more and more interesting by the chapter; WHAT EXACTLY IS HE PLANNING? I can't help this odd sense of foreboding, that he has something propped and prepared; taking off Clemence's sneakers one by one so she can walk barefooted into a live bear trap! AH! The tension (via story/arc AND steaminess) is insurmountable!!! (Until the next few chapters completely topple my world upside down, no doubt).

Much love,

Author's Response: daw, having writing described as chiaroscuro is a first! And I love that word so I love the compliment even more, especially now that it's got me thinking of oil paintings. I used to oil paint, and I love the kinds of textures that the paint leaves on the canvas. All around nice image in my mind, hehe c: Your description is chock full of chiaroscuro too!

Oh dear, steaming mound of flesh, now I'm thinking of Albus as a massive blob. Sort of like that Muk pokemon, oozing about. Mmm seductive. Albus was actually never supposed to be so... 'evil'. The jury is still out on how dastardly he really is--I totally leave that part to reader interpretation--but he is certainly more than what Clemence assumed. And assumptions are lethal~

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