The emotion showed was nicely done. It was quite believable, especially George's.
Good detail on the story.
Overall, good job.Author's Response: Thank you very much :) Report Review
Great story...just wish there could have been a little more for Draco ;)Author's Response: Thank you :)
I always wondered what Draco's life would be like after the war, but i imagined it being difficult for a long while before getting better. i may write a one-shot for him. Report Review
You've certainly got a knack for writing, and I really enjoyed this. I hope you do more Post-Hogwarts stuff like this. Anyway, too bad I didn't read this before Christmas, would've got me more into the Holiday spirit. 10/10 for you
CheersAuthor's Response: Thank you very much! :)
I'm currently in the middle of writing a story in the Marauders era but I enjoy wondering about what happens betweent the war and nineteen years later, so i might do another P-H piece. Thanks for the great review, and happy new year! Report Review
Aww I really love this. I have never really thought much about the Post-Hogwarts Era (I prefer Next Generation) but, now that I think about it, this is the perfect way for this Christmas to occur. The Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione relationships both seem to be really intense considering their ages and how long they have been together, but I suppose that given what they have been through that isn't really surprising. *Favourited*Author's Response: Thank you!
Pardon my intense-ness, the Christmas spirit got to me and this was the result ;)
You are the first person to favourite, it means a lot! Thank you so much!!! Report Review
Cute, although I can't imagine who Kayla is. It was rather well written, despite the spacing (which is definitely something to get used to on this site). I loved all of the little vignettes of the different groups of people and thought it flowed well. Good job!Author's Response: Kayla is my own creation of a partner for George, but i forgot to put that in the original summary so its fixed now. :)
Yes, the spacing can be quite a pain sometimes. I had to fix it about four times before it looked normal!
Thank you for the review!! Report Review
Nice story. Kayla confused me somewhat, but I'm guessing she's your own?
One mistake - you have written:
"Maybe, maybe not. I know that everyone misses Tonks, Lupin and George but at the same time, we all still have each other, and I think that will get us through, just like it has since the war."
It should be Fred that they are missing. Other than that, I loved it. Although I do find myself wishing for Draco to find some happiness in his lifeAuthor's Response: Thank you very much!
I'm glad you found that error, i completely missed it when i was proofreading! And yes, Kayla is my own creation. Your review also reminded me to put that in the summary.
A much appreciated review, thank you! Report Review
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