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Review:800 words of heaven says:
Back again!

Aww! Draco was so sweet here! And do I sense the emergence of strange feelings inside, hmm. *wink, wink, nudge, nudge*

I was wondering though why Draco is doing this. I get that he wants to be a better person and that charity is a pretty good way to start, and that he wants to forget Daphne (or not - perhaps he really likes the excruciating pain of unrequited love), but volunteering his time with "the love of his life's" sister is. To the way I'd go about it. Or maybe he just got caught up in the whirlwind that is Astoria.

Speaking of Astoria, I would not have thought that she would work the night shift at a Muggle gym - doesn't seem like something her pure blood parents would allow her to do. It didn't seem that Daphne is in the same boat. Is Astoria trying to find herself or something? Does she feel the need to break the mould?

I guess one way to find out the answer to all my burning characterisation questions is to read on, I suppose. I do enjoy a bit of speculation, though!

Author's Response: Hello again!

Personally, I feel like Draco just got too caught up with the whirlwind of Astoria (by the way, LOVE that phrase!) and couldn't refuse her so he thought should just go with it.

I thought about that actually but I feel like she just needed a part-time job and since the war was over she wanted to prove herself to others and her parents that things will change. But in my head canon, Daphne isn't in the same boat. She's happy to still be a Pureblood girl. I know I didn't portray that much but as it's a short story I really only wanted to discuss Draco/Astoria, hahaha

Thanks for another lovely review! ♥

- Kayla :)

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