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Review:Crumple-Horned Snorkack says:
Greetings from the Crumple-Horned Snorkack, who typically dwells hidden in the forest, but today I have taken the opportunity to hide in the HPFF Archive and read your story! I was so happy to find this as I adore Ron/Hermione, despite the fact that Hermione doesn't believe in my existence.

This felt like a missing moment right from the books, and the atmosphere was perfect, just like I would imagine summer at the Weasleys' house to be. I particularly enjoyed Mrs Weasley trying to get Ron to mow the lawn and him thinking he'd be able to get out of it - you write the Weasleys so well in character and it's really impressive.

And Hermione - I loved how you wrote these two conflicting sides of her, like she's most comfortable with the logical side of her being in control, but when her heart has anything to say about it, all she can do is stare out the window at Ron. XD And of course Ginny's reaction - I could see this as not entirely an isolated incident. I guess there's no way to avoid one another in a house that big - everyone's always in each other's business. This never happens with a large gathering of Snorkacks because all we do is is hide from one another.

I didn't realise until the end how clever it was that you wrote about Ron mowing the grass - this of course being what Hermione thinks about when she smells the Amortentia in sixth year. Brilliant!

This was such a lovely, fluffy fic and I'm so glad I found it! But now, I'm off into the woods again to hide from my fellow Snorkacks.

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