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Review:patronus_charm says:
Yay, back again :D

Seriously, you are literally writing my historical canon for the Harry Potter world. I mean, I will now forever think that St. Mungoís also cared for Muggles during the war as well as wizards. Itís just such a perfect and simple idea which I really loved because yeah they were all cute and bonding. The way you managed to include subtle things such as the tensions between helping muggles were really great too and just provided a really wide and great perspective for the story!

Ah, Dumbledore was so perfect the way he cared about how a portrait would feel too, itís just so him. Iím not even joking, I genuinely feel upset with the death of Jeremiah, it was just so cute and unexpected to fall for portrait love but I did. Gah, I think the way you wrote the Fat Ladyís response is what did it for me because she just seemed so lost and forlorn without him as he helped her so much, and yeah, feels!

When she found out she was going to guard the common room it was so cute to see how excited she was, I just wanted to aw like crazy! I think it was the fact she wanted to do Jeremiah proud and the way it sort of helped her live on after his death is what did it for me, and yeah stop making portraits be so cute it feels weird saying it :P

I really loved how you tied Riddle in with the story and I feel so silly not making the link with Hephzibah beforehand! Itís strange how if he didnít have such a clever mind and turned to the ghosts and portraits of Hogwarts he never would have made the horcruxes. The ending was so lovely too with the way her love for Jeremiah was so true as she was still pining away for him now years later.

This was such a fun and different story to read, and Iím so glad I came back to it :D

-Kiana

Author's Response: Hi again! :)

Ahh yay! :D I'm glad you like the history here, and I felt that the wizarding hospitals would open their doors to Muggles in times of need. I felt there would be some difficulties and a few things which were hard to explain, and I'm glad you appreciated those as well.

I'm happy to hear you thought this was in character for Dumbledore. Well good, I mean I'm not glad you were upset but I'm glad you connected with Jeremiah's death. :( I almost spared him because I liked him so much but it had to happen for the story. :(

Aw yay, I'm glad you liked her excitement! :) I felt that having something to do and a purpose would be a really important moment for her. Haha I know what you mean about portraits and how weird it is to ship them. :P

Ah I'm glad you liked Riddle and Hepzibah! :) The mentions of her were a little sneaky, hehe, but I'm glad you liked the link. It's very true, in a way he was good at looking to the low figures in the castle for information while some other wizards wouldn't have thought of that, but then he also underestimates people - he's weird. :P I'm glad you liked the ending too! ♥

Thanks so much for the brilliant reviews, Kiana! :) They really made my day! :D


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