Hey here's number two.
I find it surprising to say that I loved it. I normally find stories with no romance boring to death but I really liked this. I mean I can totally see this happening between Ron and Draco after the final battle. I just could actually picture it in my mind as I read through it. I really liked it, it was a great piece of work.
Keep up the good work!
Elisa xAuthor's Response: That's how I was for awhile, but I've found that it's the best place to practice in order to have fleshed out romances, you know what I mean? I'm glad you enjoyed this, though. It was kind of a weird thing to write about, and it took a little more concentration than I usually like, but I liked how it came out in the end. Thank you so much for your review! :) Report Review
I really enjoyed this story, especially the end. It was very sweet and short. I think the dialogue could have been improved a bit, but the concept was great.
Loved it! 9/10Author's Response: Thank you very much for your review! :) Report Review
Aww, that was just lovely :) A brilliant idea for a story, and I thought that Ron and Draco were very well characterised, as well - in reconciliation type fics the characters can often be a bit OOC, but here they seemed in-character to me. Oh, and I loved it when Madam Pomfrey hugged him! That was pretty adorable. I suppose she would get rather attached to them all, having known them so long, and especially considering everything that's happened. Great job! :DAuthor's Response: Thank you so much, redherring! I always try to be such a stickler about characters being OOC. It drives me crazy, and this was one I had a bit of trouble with. I have no problem reconciling Draco and Hermione, but Ron and Draco was a little bit more of struggle since they're both so stubborn. Thank you so much for your review! I always love reading yours :) Report Review
poor malfoy! i feel so bad for him! and not cause he turned good, but because of what he had to go throughAuthor's Response: Thank you! :) Report Review
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