omg! I love this story, it was so sad it made me cry (p.s. its impossible yo make me cry, so feel proud!) Report Review
I KNEW you were a Twilighter! I just KNEW IT! I IMMEDIATELY saw it in your writing! Love it though, LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!Author's Response: LOL i'm not exactly the largest twilight fan, but i have read the saga. xD
thank you for reviewing!
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wah! I cried so much. it also didn't help I had a really sad song playing while i read this... Report Review
okay, i'm absolutely your favorite fan :D because i love your sad endings . . . and the way you write . . . yeah, i guess i just love all your stories. a lot :D
anywho, i ENJOYED this. Report Review
I LOVED IT, beautiful story to his backround.
I now start to wonder if there is maybe someting more than just evil in him ? xd Report Review
Wow. Just wow. I didn't expect a Voldemort/OC pairing when I clicked on this. I loved the summary and had to check it out, and I was even more pleasantly surprised by the uniqueness of it. I've never ever read anything like it, and I just absolutely loved it. You are extremely good with portraying emotions. I loved Beth's character, how she seemed a little stuck-up at first, but as an old woman she sounds rather considerate and serene. I'm really glad I stumbled across this; it's made my day.
Well done, hunny, you've done it again. =) 10/10 for you! Report Review
wow, that nearly made me cry!
It was brilliant :D
oh and it explains alot that you had Edward Cullen on your mind... you're Voldermort did sound like Edward slightly. but not much :) it was great.
I hope you carry it on where she meets Voldermort again or do a pre-harry thing where he's young with Beth :)
-GracieBagel Report Review
I sort of struggle with the idea of Voldemort ever actually being capable of love, but hey, whatever, it was still great! Report Review
I LOVED IT! it was so good!!! Report Review
fantastic. Absolutely ravishing. I don't think he was out of character too much. A little bit but with reason. Everything made perfect sense. It flowed so well and was a truly beautiful story. You did a fabulous job of explaining how he got to the point of "never loving" by forgetting. I wish you had expanded upon the reunion where be saved her life. I think it would make the story that much better. It really was wonderful. Kudos on creativity from me.
It is interesting though-- I only decided to read this story because of the title. I knew it sounded familiar and it just drew me in. So more kudos to you there. The title is one of the most important things of a story. It is the first thing the reader sees. You used the perfect title to draw attention.
-Dem Report Review
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