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Review:megthechef43 says:
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Wow. I'm really glad that Draco didn't find Hermione's parents. I don't know if she could have ever forgiven him for torturing her parents. But, with that said this is a great chapter as is. I love that Draco found that Hermione followed his advice and protected her parents. I wanted to yell "No, she left it there becuase it is too fragile and means too much to her to take it along." Atleast that is what I like to think in my head. HaHa. I wonder how many times Hermione played that tune over and over again.

Draco has such insight to Hermione and her decision to let them go because she loved them too much to bear anything else happening to them. I'm glad his first instinct was to comfort her after going through something to hard as she did. I think your transition between true Draco and the Death Eater in command was wonderfully done. He is so hateful in front of the other Death Eaters. In my mind it is so true to form of a Malfoy which to me is never show weakness. Great Job.

No, I can't believe the Prince is going to let Delilah go. Hopefully there is more to come for Prince/Delilah and I hope it doesn't end in his gift being destroyed. That would be sad.

I'm glad to being seeing more of Hermione's side in the story and what she is going through without Draco. I am glad she is going to manage to keep a piece of Draco with her as she is on the run with Harry and Ron. My favorite quote is "It made her feel as though he would be willing to cross the lines of friendship into something deeper, should she ever feel the same. Like a silent, but sincere invitation; unspoken and withheld for the rift it would cause between them all."

I felt this many times in the books, if given the right time and place that Harry and Hermione could have been more than friends but the closer "the rift it would cause between them all." sums up the reason that Harry and Hermione could never be. I know you mentioned that Hermione tests the waters with Harry momentarily and I think this scene with Ginny is a perfect set up for what is to come with Harry and Hermione. Great Job.

OMGosh. I really like your scene with Lord Voldemort and Draco. I think it is only natural that Draco would have to talk to Lord Voldemort as he climbs the ranks in the Death Eaters and that to some point that Draco would push the limits of the master and servent relationship he is in with Lord Voldemort. The conversation was well thought out and I like that Lord Voldemort is not with total feeling. I've always been a fan of Tom/Minerva. I can see that Lord Voldemort would seek the company of educated and pureblood individuals instead of the mindless servants he employs. The closing line was ominous and I hope doesn't lead Draco into too much trouble but then were would the story go if it had no conflict.

Great Chapter. I'll be reading on...

Until next time...

Meg

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