Well, it seems like my last review was lost in the site-crash. So I'm here to put it back:)
I really like the interaction between Charle and Theo. They've just met and they already sound like an old married couple:)
This part I especially liked:
"I smiled. "Draco, my name isn't Charlize Recati." His face showed obvious confusion. "It's Charlotte Dolohov."
And that was the first time I saw Draco Malfoy smile."
Third time I read it now, and I still giggle to myself:) It's gonna be interesting to see what happens with them, if anything happen. I can't remember if it got to that over at Quizilla.
Anyway, keep up the great work, and I really hope you continue updating! Report Review
I love to read about the evil side:) Great chapter! It was a bit sad when she left Hearst, left Delia, but I loved how she was accepted by her aunt.
10/10 and please update soon:) Report Review
I don't know if you remember me, but I read this story on Quizilla a while back, and I was so happy when I saw that you've started writing on it again, and even posting it here:)
I love this story even more now than what I did the first time I read it on Quizilla! I've noticed it's changed a little bit, and I like it! I am really looking forward to reading the chapters over again and every chapter after that. And I promise I will review every one of them too:)
10/10 and favorite:) Report Review
I think the quote at the beginning of the chappie was quite gud.
and everybody wants their heroine to be the goody-goody kinds, real smart , real intelligent, pro-muggle and i REALLY appreciated the fact that you tried [succesfully] to potray her as everthing associated usually with villians. gud work!
p.s. By the way, is the title taken from Jesse McCasrtney's song - Daddy's Little Girl ?Author's Response: thanks so much! the quotes were an idea i had when i was looking it over, i'm probably going to have one at the beginning of every chapter.
i didn't even know he had a song called Daddy's Little Girl... it's just something my dad has always called me, and it was very fitting for the story, so that's what i called it. now i'm going to go listen to the song... Report Review
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