Aww! This was so sweet!!! And I love the thought of him being able to sing!!!
The whole "boy-who-lived-to-be-a-pain-in-his-ass" thing cracked me up!!! :D :D :D
I loved the ending-I love it when Snape gets a happy ending! Very nice story! Report Review
Hah. Well, alrighty then. I think the story would have been better off if she hadn't kissed him at the end. You might have wanted to mention who the "he" was at the beginning, too, since I kept thinking that it was Malfoy. Watch your commas, too. It has been years since I've read a Severus/Hermione fic. I really love stories that involve the church, though. They're just very interesting to read. Nice little Christmas story, though. Merry Christmas! :)Author's Response: I wanted to keep the "he" a mystery until the very end. It's a shame he had to go and die though.
Commas and I are old enemies. I will, however, keep your comment in mind and attempt to slay them, when they find themselves in inappropriate places.
Merry christmas, and thank you! Report Review
aww it's so sweet...loved it
xAuthor's Response: Thankies. It's sweet, sappy, and fluffy. And fun. Report Review
I love your description of the church and how its familiarity gives comfort, and also that you didn't immediately reveal the identity of the narrator - gives it a more mysterious feel.
Love the details especiallu how Hermione brought up Aquinas ... its definitely something she'd sprout in the midst of a conversation.
Sweet piece. I enjoyed this very much.Author's Response: Thank you. Aquinas actually appeared on a whim in this edit, he wasn't in the original, and I'm happy that it went over well. The church descriptions were the basis for the whole piece, it started off as an exercise while bored waiting for the service to begin and then Snape and Hermione jumped up, which is part of why they don't get mentioned until halfway through. (The other part being that I refuse to name names in narrative).
Thank you so much for enjoying this little piece of fluff! Report Review
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