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Review:1917farmgirl says:
Wow, you're painting a very bleak picture of the Auror Department here in this opening part of the story. I think some of that is new, isn't it? I don't remember all of it from what you showed me before. I can see why many of the remaining Aurors would want to get away from it all after the war, which also explains why it would be easier for someone like Draco to get a place on the team. I think that is a very clever explanation for how he got where he is. Nice job!

Cross huh? Is that Ana's family? (Is confused by reference to the son - if you know what I mean, but then I also know you have tricks up your sleeve.)

You have such a keen insight into what happens when Draco has to deliver bad news. Your sentence about that being the beginning of an end for a happy family is so true, and so sad.

Now, you know how much I read Draco fic. We've talked about this before. But you also know you have managed the impossible with this story and you not only have me liking him, but rooting for him. And part of that has to do with the way you've turned him from what he was, into what he is now. It works, and it makes sense, and it doesn't abandon the Slytherin qualities he was known for. He's still egotistical, still a bit of a snob, still hot-tempered. But you've taken those and molded them to be something better. Bravo.

Hehehehe - Brightly colored blob of a man is a great description.

Okay, I really liked the second half. I can see that you worked a lot on it, adding emotion and description. Ana was perfectly consistent in character this time, and Draco was totally in his element. Oh, and have I mentioned lately that you have a gift for dialogue and writing people in character so much when they are speaking?!

Loved how Draco played the game and upped the ante, even if it did turn the tables on Ana.

Can't wait for more!

Author's Response: Nope! The file is just there for funsies, helping me transition from Draco at work to him thinking about his duties as an Auror.

Ah! I forgot that you said that! That makes me so happy haha. Draco should be rooted for in this :) I'm also glad to hear that he isn't out of character too much at the beginning.

You have mentioned that, and I am super happy and blushing about it every time you say it :) thank you for the review!

--Monica


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