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5 Reviews Found

Review #1, by knicoles 

26th July 2013:
"Rather let me say this --- when you are a teacher you will know better. Nothing washes away idealism like standing before a classroom full of short people intent upon getting the better of you by any means possible."
Tehe :). Are you a teacher perchance?! B/c my husband was and I think he'd agree with this sentiment.

I like that Good Ol' Hadgrid always starts his letters out as "How are you? I'm fine". Straight to the point and simple, always dependably there like our Hagrid.

Yay - more Kerri-Remus interaction :)

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Review #2, by Shellee 

21st May 2008:
Snapey is such a bitter thing, really. Though I wouldn't blame him, he never had friends and such, he doesn't know what it all is like. That, and he's just a bit of a meanie. Hehee, I'm sure Charlie love those scars if it attracts the girls. To be honest, things like that don't appeal too much to me. Aw, those pictures for Hagrid, they seem so cute!
Hehehe, boys will be boys, eh. Always wanting the girls to get naked and drunk and strip. Tsk. I think she might show them, one day. Remus being gay, pssht, he's already smitten with Kerri, I'm sure, just hiding it really well. Aw, they had dinner together! So sweet. Memories. He's such a dollface. I love him.

Author's Response: Snape is bitter...but sometimes it makes him highly amusing as well. His comments about the staff and students can be very entertaining.

And yes, Remus is a darling.


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Review #3, by Bella_Portia 

13th March 2008:
The letter to Severus was the one I had to skip ahead to read. It, and the other letters, were outstanding. As always.
I particularly enjoyed the letters from Charlie and Hagrid, as well.

The section toward the end, where Lupin went home with Kerri and they shared some of their experiences, was engrossing.

This is a short review; but -- great chapter.

Author's Response: Thank you so much.

There's another scene in the last chapter that I currently have published where Kerri goes over to Remus's house that I'm very proud of. I like it because I think that you can learn a lot about him from his home and possessions. And also, he talks a bit about his family and things. It gave me a chance to really develop his character.

Thank you for reviewing !


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Review #4, by morgana67 

21st February 2008:
Arg! I had finished the review of this chapter and then I must have pressed the wrong key accidentally and I lost it!

So, here I come again. I very much enjoyed this chapter too. I especially liked the way that Remus and Kerri are opening up to each other and also about how Snape's past is being slowly revealed. And Hagrid and his baby dragon, well he wished it was his, is just so cute.

Only two more to go and then I will just have to patiently wait for your updates!

Author's Response: I hate it when reviews disappear! It's happened to me too.

Snape and Kerri keep getting closer but they don't totally trust each other yet. That creates a problem toward the end when Kerri figures out something about Quirrel that Snape refuses to believe.

I know, Hagrid, he's so fun. In some ways he's very childlike but every now and then he comes out with very wise sentiments. One reason that I love him.


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Review #5, by Richter Vans 

2nd February 2008:
I must say, I like the chapter... Your characters are very interesting, and I really want to keep on reading, to find out what happens next. But the idea of all being off canon is in some point, disappointing. I like fan fics, but not fan fics that actually have big disruption on the real Harry Potter story. Like you mentioned about putting her in classes with Harry. I don’t know...

And also, I don’t imagine Snape writing those letters. You manage very well al other characters. Just snape I must complain, the brother sister business is somewhat... I don’t know. XD. I just don’t like it...

I must say, that I like your story, I like the way you write, but the essence of it being so off canon is just a downfall for me, and I don’t see myself reading beyond year one... as you said you would.

Richter Vans.

Author's Response: I don't blame you in the slightest -- I hate non canon stories myself. I'm trying to keep the canon violations to a minimum. Mostly it's just the relationships Kerri has to Remus, Snape, and Voldemort. If you can get past that, I think it's an entertaining story.

I'll have her teaching at Hogwarts, but not teaching Harry. Hagrid will be a teacher by the time she gets there, so they'll split the students in half. Hagrid gets the Gryffindors and Slytherins, and Kerri gets the Ravenclaws and Hufflepuffs.

I know, Snape is being extremely nice. I'm trying to bring out the other side of him here -- the part of him that no one else but Dumbledore sees. He really wasn't the awful person everyone thought he was, and that's what I want people to see. Trust me, later on when he finds out Kerri is seeing Remus (late year two) he and she will be at each other's throats for about one year straight.



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