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Review #1, by Crazy Heart To Hold Her Hand

31st May 2012:
wow! This is such an amazing way to put what might have happened.

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Review #2, by muggle mom To Hold Her Hand

15th August 2010:
nice I would enjoy reading a story. goo ahead and write.=)

Author's Response: haha, thank you for reviewing! I'm glad you enjoyed it!

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Review #3, by blueirony To Hold Her Hand

19th March 2010:
I am smiling right now. And considering that this is a Ron/Hermione story, that is saying something.
I have nothing against the ship. I just don't think I have ever been convinced of it. That is, until now.

You, my dear, have just single-handedly turned my into a believer of Ron/Hermione. In a simple one-shot like this, you have made me realise that the ship does work.

Thank you.

This was just lovely. It was like it could be inserted into the Harry Potter world and nothing would change. It takes talent to do that.

It's just so lovely. I have never read anything from Ron's POV. And it was a lovely thing to read. It really was. The little things that he describes about Hermione.
And some of the things struck me in this that I hadn't really thought of before:
- What would have happened between Ron and Hermione had Harry not been their friend?
- How scared must the trio have been after the wedding?
- Why did Ron and Hermione fall asleep falling hands?

They are little questions. But ones that I have never pondered until now.

This was just... so cute. And really uplifting. It's just so lovely to know that small stolen moments like this can be found in such dark times like the war that surrounds the trio in this.

The way you didn't use dialogue was so effective. It asked for it. The relationship between Ron and Hermione. The stolen moments. The small glances. It's all done without words. What a clever way to interpret the challenge.

I absolutely loved this.

Joop :]

Author's Response: oh my gosh, how sweet! I never expected that from just a small little one-shot I wrote on a whim after seeing the contest requirements...thank you so much, you made me day! and I'm glad I convinced you of Ron and Hermione...haha, I know exactly what you mean when you said you couldn't always picture them together...truthfully, I see them being a very interesting couple that always fights, but as I see it Ron's the hopelessly in love but brainless sort of way and Hermione is the one that will make it work

and it had to be done for the contest, lol...I'm currently rereading Deathly Hallows and all the time Harry notices that Ron and Hermione glance at each other or he walks in on them with their heads together like their discussing something but stop when he's around...and I loved that little line where he wonders if they had fallen asleep holding hands and it makes him feel lonely...it's times like that where I love Ron and Hermione

thank you soo much for reviewing!!!


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Review #4, by LindaSnape To Hold Her Hand

17th March 2010:
This was very short and sweet and to the point! I was sad when it ended. I felt like it could have continued for ages and I wouldn't have minded!

I didn't find anything grammatically wrong or anything that was spelled wrong so kudos! I really do enjoy pieces where I don't have to pick apart syntax, grammar, or spelling. This would be one of those said pieces.

I absolutely adore this! I've always been a big Ron and Hermione shipper. I even shouted 'finally' when they kissed in the seventh book making my mother raise her eyebrows at me, I expect. I wasn't paying attention to her. Ha ha.

Anyway, I liked the way this flowed. It seemed poetic, which seemed a strange way to consider Ron's writing, but I liked it very much. It's different from most of the Ron/Hermione tales that I've read and yet I like it.

There's no bickering, no arguments, no words and yet it seemed very in character for both of them.

Good work!

Author's Response: haha, thanks for reviewing...I love those little moments for Ron and Hermione, and I wanted to write a small glance at them doing exactly what they aren't ever really pictured doing, sharing a moment that two people who really like each other but don't pursue immediately would share

and I'm glad you like my grammatically correct writing...usually when I make a mistake, it's because I type too fast or look over it too quickly...when I really try, like I usually do with one-shots, they look nice...haha, kudo's to my excellent english teachers

thanks again for reading and I'm glad you liked it!


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Review #5, by Cal5114 To Hold Her Hand

17th March 2010:
WOW! This was a beautiful story.

Author's Response: aww, thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it

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