This story is fantastic! I think it's a nice twist on the usual seer stories, and I also like the Greek family bit. I am already ridiculously in love with your characterization of James. He's charming and cute and a bit of a prat all at the same time - I think you're writing him very well. I also like the OC characters. Everyone is fun, interesting, and uniqye without being crazy. I can't wait to read more of this story! :)Author's Response: Thank you! Aww, I really appreciate that. I don't want Astrea to be like the usual seers, so I'm glad she's different. Isn't James a dear? (An annoying one, but a dear all the same.) Thank you so much for your fabulous review. It really, really made my day. (: Report Review
I really like it.
It's funny and really cute.
Can't wait to see what's coming next.
tzatziki...i love it.
I can't even describe my love for it.Author's Response: Thank you!
Hopefully, something next will come soon.
Tzatziki is addictive. I can't describe its awesomeness either. Report Review
Hey I'm Greek too and I live in Athens,Greece.I found your story quite funny and it's interesting to read about a greek witch and a greek wizarding family!I think Astrea and James are a very cute couple.Update soon! :)Author's Response: Wow, Athens! I hear it's lovely there. I'm so glad you like it! (And think it's funny as well.) I thought it was high time somebody wrote about a Greek wizarding family. Ha ha. Thanks so much for reviewing! (: Report Review
Telio.I really,really,really like your story.I think that james and astrea are going to be an amazing couple...Update soon please!!!filiaAuthor's Response: Thank you! I think so, too. (: Report Review
A Greek witch in hpff?! I must admit it was the first reason why I started reading the intro chapter but Astrea's "voice" (funny, sarcastic, really witty ) and the writing style made me checking for more chapters! I'm Greek too, btw, I live in Athens,Greece and the Theodoridis family has so much in common with mine -especially the older members- it's crazy!!
Anyway,if you need any help with greek expressions or words,or customs or anything, I'd be happy to help!
Keep up the good work!Author's Response: Ha! When I started this story, I had no clue how different it'd be in the HPFF circuit, but I'm so glad I've finally got it up. And thank you! I try to keep Astrea on her toes, wit-wise. (: Really? That's awesome! I've never been there, but my family and I are Greek (and Lebanese and Syrian), so I definitely draw inspiration from them. (Especially with the orange blossom water thing.) And thank you so much! I would love your help! I appreciate that. And thanks for the kind words! Cheers! Report Review
this story is HILARIOUS. I love you style of writing and I can't wait to what happens next. Update soon!!! :)
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This story cracks me up. I love next gen and I'm Greek/Italian, so the wogness of this story pretty much makes my life. Please keep writing, you're amazing! xAuthor's Response: Thank you! Ha, so am I, minus the Italian. Ah, I'm so glad you like it! Cheers! Report Review
This story is absolutely amazing,because firstly the plot is wonderful and secondly i'm greek.are you greek,and if you are do you speak greek?i'm really happy that someone is writing a story based in greek culture(gyros with tzatziki,blaklavas-the only thing you forgot was our delicious food pastitsio and the easter lamp!!!).katapliktiki istoria...goustaro elladara sto hpff!!!filakia roufixta!!!Author's Response: Thanks! Eeep! I'm Greek, too! (That's one thing that makes writing that part of the story easy, ha.) I don't speak much Greek, but my family is full of Greeks, Lebs, and Syrians, so our family reunions are always loud and have AMAZING food. I actually had stifado, spanakopita, and a bunch of lamb dishes as well in the chapter, but had to cut them out for length purposes. ): But there will be more Greekness to come, and I'm so excited you like the story! Efharisto! Report Review
OMG I love your story it's a great story and baklava is very delicious. I love how her family is ridiculsouly Greek. I can't wait until you update which I kind of hope you do often.Author's Response: Thank you so much! And yes, baklava is amazing. I just made some the other day and it's almost gone. Heh. And thank you! I'm hoping to get Chapter Two up soon. (: Report Review
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