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Review #1, by Edward Ollivander Guilt of the Innocent

9th September 2009:
beautifully written as always. It really made me want to read another chapter to find out more. poor Millicent. Happy writing.

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Review #2, by Islander Guilt of the Innocent

5th June 2008:
Aw, now THAT is a great story! You are doing something that not many people on this site do: you're picking out the minor characters and fleshing them out, instead of falling into convenient fanon versions of Hermione, Ginny, Ron, Harry, or Draco. As is evident from my own repertoire, I approve wholeheartedly! :D

Isn't it funny how so few male authors are willing to write slash stories, but female authors are? That is, of course, a generalization, but a rather accurate one. You did great with this Millicent/Pansy ship, by the way. I felt truly sorry for Millicent: the end made me want to cry. I'm quite fond of Pansy myself--ever since I read Jeconais' "White Knight, Grey Queen", which features a Pansy/Harry ship, my feelings have increased for that Slytherin girl. And if you haven't read any Jeconais fics at all, you are truly missing out (check out especially his three novel-length stories: "This Means War", "White Knight, Grey Queen", and "Hope").

Anyway, excellent all around! I'm off to read the other story you posted.

Author's Response: Thank you! I do love writing minor characters - there's just something so wonderful about giving them a voice, you know?

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Review #3, by Daanana Guilt of the Innocent

21st April 2008:
Wow. I'm amazed. I've never read femme-slash before but since I adore all your other stories, I thought I'd give this a try and.. Well, wow, I'm amazed. I loved Draco. He was incredibly in character. You portrayed Millicent's feelings so well and Pansy, at the end, "Almost". I'm truly amazed.

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm very glad you enjoyed it! I'd never written Millicent before this, much less Pansy/Millicent, so I was rather nervous about characterizing them both in an interaction.

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