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Review:Darcey says:
Have no doubts, I am so ready for this wedding! Don't stress about getting out the wedding chapter. Like you said, it's important that it's the best it can be and if that takes some time, so be it!
Aw, I do love Harry. It's probably a bit weird actually. It does break my heart that he's so desperate for a family I remember when I first read the books I was quite young and all the way through the series I was looking for ways his parents could come back. I think after a while you just forget how sad it is. I did, until I found a beautiful Lily and James fanfic. I hadnt properly read the summary and it followed them from their sixth year at Hogwarts to their deaths. I was so depressed after that! I had to keep reminding myself that Harrys story ended happily so so did theirs. Anyway I digress, again.
Ginnys wedding dress sounds amazing I liked wrote that in! Not many authors do and I love a bit of dress shopping even if they didnt necessarily shop too much. I loved the house as well. For me, the characterisation in this chapter was immaculate. I always hate it when authors put Harry and Ginny in some mansion with fifty acres of land and ten swimming pools, that's just not them. Yes, they have the money but everything about Harry tells you he wouldn't want that. Equally, I don't think they'd go to Grimmauld Place. In my own fanfic I had a very angry reviewer tell me it would be stupid to not put them in Grimmauld Place,which I still strongly disagree.with. Grimmauld Place has never been happy for Harry and he knows how miserable Sirius was there as well. Not to mention all the enchantments and curses lurking around there.
The Hermiones mum'section was so sad, I'm not even talking about that.
The Nursery was cute, and interesting. It's nice to see they want children and I'm excited for when that does happen for them.
Oh Ron! He needs to pull himself together and just propose! I'm joking I know it's more complex than that but he doesn't have ten uears, gosh! Do you reckon their first child was a bit soon for them then? No, he'll change his mind about all that when he sees Harry and Ginny get married and have James. I really liked the conversation between Harry and Ron, it was so characteristically acurate.
Thank you for sharing your story! Until the next chapter...

Author's Response: I'm glad to hear that! And thank you so much for saying that about taking the time to do it properly :)

I was very young when I first read the books too, and I did the exact same thing! It wasn't until the later books that I started to accept the fact that Harry wasn't going to get his parents back, not even with the help of magic :( I think he's always been desperate for a family and I'm a bit desperate for his sake too, because I really think he deserves one!

I'm glad to hear you enjoyed both dress shopping and house shopping :) I can't really see Harry and Ginny living in a mansion either, they would never feel at home in a house like that. I agree with you about Grimmauld Place as well - I think they would both want something new and fresh.

As for Ron, you're right; he'll need to make up his mind sooner than in ten years! I hope you'll like where I take that storyline but I don't want to give anything away right now.

Again, your review was an absolute pleasure to receive, and I can't thank you enough for always taking the time to share your thoughts this way. It means a lot to me and I appreciate it so much!!

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