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Review:patronus_charm says:
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This chapter was brilliant! Cassiopeia really was in her element of being a brilliant villain, though I still canít decide whether I feel sorry for her or not. At first, I thought the plan was to yell insults at her but then the twist with the kiss was a brilliant one. It not only played with my mind but Cassiopeiaís too, and made me wonder what those scheming twins were really up to. I have to applaud Lorcan for kissing her though because it did not sound pleasant in the slightest.

The pre-match talk but post-kiss one was brilliant. I loved this comeback from Lorcan ďIn what method of currency, dear Cassie?Ē it just had me chuckling away so much because itís the sort of easy wit that I hope to conquer one day but probably never will. I almost wish that it had carried on for longer because the spark and chemistry youíd created between the two was just to tangible I didnít know whether it would end up with either them killing or kissing the other.

I loved the fact that Cassiopeia viewed attending psychoanalytical sessions with annoyance. Well, I love Freud so of course I would love going to them but seeing her response did make me chuckle. Another note on the awesome Freudy Freud (thatís the name of a weird song about him too :P), all the hints and mentions to him in this chapter were brilliant and I just think the idea of combining Muggle scientists into the magical world is a really brilliant one.

Great chapter and story at that!


Author's Response: Thanks so much for your review!!

I definitely don't feel sorry for Cassiopeia. She is as odious as I could make her, and that's exactly what my intention was. The kiss just sort of happened... I don't think that Lorcan really planned it beforehand, but with his phobia dispelled, it was a bold and risky move.

Oh, I'm sure that you can be witty! I don't ever stop to think about being quick-witted; I just write. This story is incredibly different from my other ones in that I actually use (or attempt to use) humor, so I'm glad that you found it amusing!

Personally, I'm not that fond of Freud, but he did have some useful things that I was able to use in my story. Cassiopeia just doesn't like it when people pry into her life! :D

Thanks again for your awesome review!


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