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Review:Dojh167 says:
Hello!

So I was looking at your AP and realized that I've never actually read any of your work. What? I've heard so many good things about your stories and have so much appreciation for everything you do for the site, so I figured it was time to I spend some quality time with your writing.

I was immediately impressed by how developed your characters' relationships and backgrounds are here, and I wondered if this was part of your Unsinkable universe. I checked your profile page and discovered that it was actually from a universe called "Rose Weasley: Bounty Hunter" =D ?!?! This is a thing? Yes! I am very excited by how many stories are part of it.

When I read the summary for this story I was determined not to hate Dominique. I wanted to look past her "Bridezilla" exterior and see the softer layers underneath. But nope, you did such a good job making her horrid that I've dropped that aspiration. Though I am hopeful she will be likeable at some point in the story, her abrasive personality makes is the perfect background for her cousins' animosities and the antics that are sure to ensue.

I am quite curious why there are not wands allowed at the wedding. While at first it seemed like it was simply Dominique being domineering and demanding, it strikes me that it was the only demand she included in the invitation, while I am certain she had many others to make, which makes it seem very important. My only theory right now is that perhaps she is marrying a muggle, or that there will be muggles at the wedding. All that we really know about him seems to be that he has money and a title, and as far as I can tell most of the Weasleys haven't met him yet. However it turns out, antics are guaranteed!

Oh, also, I really like how you worked physical therapy into Hugo's Healer job. I normally think of magical Healing as totally separate from pretty much everything muggle medicine related, but it makes sense that physical therapy would definitely be needed in some cases, and I like the thought you've put into this.

This is shaping up to be a really interesting story! I look forward to coming back and reading more =)

Sam.

Author's Response: Hi there! Thanks for stopping by and reviewing. I hope you got a chance to read some of my other Rose stories.

Dominique, well, we'll get some insight into why she's being especially Dominique-ish for this wedding, but she's pretty much a pretentious snob on a good day, so. She has her good points. Some of her story is in Weirder Shade of Midnight and Sparks. And yes, she's marrying a Muggle-born and his entire family are Muggles, so that's why the No Wands dictate. She included it because she likes to think her family are classless yokels who wouldn't know to keep their wizarding status secret in front of a bunch of Muggles, despite the fact they all know this very well.

Hugo trying out physical therapy is definitely not the norm for Healing, the way I write it - it's something he tried out specifically for Fitz, who has a permanent spell damage injury that isn't healable by magic.

Thanks again for reviewing! I really hope you like the continuation of the story.


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