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Review #1, by alicia and anne Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

23rd May 2016:
She's smuggling an egg?! This is all sorts of crazy drama and it's only just started! I love it already!

That probably isn't the smartest place to be carrying a dragon's egg around... I don't envy her right now. Well, much, I don't have a dragon.

Ahhh she can't stand him! I have a feeling that he doesn't seem to care about that haha. Is he there with her on the same internship?

That is quite a coincidence that they've ended up in the same place! :D

Ahhh they're going to go on a magic carpet ride. It's going to be so magical! :D

Awww he thinks that she's beautiful! They're so cute! :D

Uhoh this isn't looking like it's going well at all!



Author's Response: Tammi, you are an inspiration with your Review-a-thon! You are amazing.

Right?? I mean, I can understand Victoire's concern and all, but if it were me, I'd be thinking, 'Awesome. Now this dragon shall be MINE!'

Teddy cares a bit more than he'd admit, but he enjoys knowing he can get under Vics' skin.

Ah, coincidence. Yet another form of magic.

Victoire definitely has her moment. She *did* tell them!

I'm so glad that you loved Teddy and Victoire! Thank you for the wonderful review. It's really put a smile on my face :D


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Review #2, by Anon Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

3rd December 2015:
Good Teddy/Victoire fluff for the soul. they're so cute ohmygod

Author's Response: Thanks, Anon! I'm so glad it was fluff for the soul, and that you liked it. I had a lot of fun writing it! Thanks for the review!


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Review #3, by Felpata Lupin Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

13th September 2015:
Hey, Penny!
Here for our swap!

Ahahah! This was so funny!!! And cute... Aww... The fluff...

I loved Victoire's sassy voice throughout the story. It was just so fun to read.
Poor girl, not taken seriously by anyone because she has a famous family and good looks... Must be frustrating, to use an euphemism...

I loved how her relationship with Ted worked, the fact that she can't stand him (or so she says...) because of his rescuing-mania. Eheheh! He took a few things from his Godfather apparently... I found absolutely adorable his marauding side, and the fact that he took his mother's typical greeting. :)

The flying carpet was absolutely genius!

“Teddy. Who told you that this thing could fly?”
He shrugged. “Bloke who sold it to me.”

This totally made me laugh out loud!!!

Their plan to get to see the Minister was quite ridicolous. Ahahah! I loved her fury and how she managed to make them listen anyway, even if she did threaten the government... I honestly think she was amazing!!!

And aww... The final scene... Ted is the sweetest boy ever (well, he's his father's son, no wonder...) I loved how he pointed out that he wasn't her cousin. Of course, having grown up as a family would make the way they see each other twisted, but he clearly saw her in a totally different way (his appreciation throughout the story were just so sweet) and I'm so happy she could return his feelings!!!

Great story, so amusing and so sweet! Loved it so much!!! You are really a great writer, Penny!!!

Thank you for the swap!
Much love,

Author's Response: Hey Chiara,

I'm glad you found this cute! I had a lot of fun writing with it. I always mean to go back and expand it a little--I wrote it for the House Cup, so it was originally limited to 2,000 words, but I feel like it could benefit from a bit of expansion--however, I'm still quite fond of it. It was the first piece I ever completed for HPFF! :)

I'm glad you enjoyed Victoire's voice! Yeah, I felt like it would be a very real challenge that the half-Veela side of the family could face, especially the girls. People really do have the tendency to think pretty girls are stupid--it's happened to friends of mine and it's so frustrating for them. And then, of course, with her connections everyone assumes she has everything handed to her, but Victoire legitimately studies and works hard. And the worst of it would always be, there wouldn't be many people who would understand, because it's hard to be sympathetic when people complain about the woes of having good looks and connections, but for Victoire, it's not just ingratitude. Her advantages have become problems for her.

Aww, he did take after both Remus and Teddy. I liked giving him the Gryffindor chivalry, and Tonks' signature greeting, so I'm really happy that you enjoyed that :D

BAhahahaha! I always did like that bit! I'm so glad that it made you laugh!

The girl was fierce! I figure with Fleur and Molly in her gene pool, she'd always had it in her. And it had been a very trying day! The poor Greek Ministry might never be the same.

Then again, they might try to hire her once she graduates. Hard to say.

Isn't he such a cutie?! I figured that would be a pretty legitimate hang up. Like, this isn't just "What if she doesn't like me back?" or "What if it's awkward?" It's like, "What if she feels like that's *gross*?! What if I disgust her? What if she thinks of me like a relative?" Which might explain why it took Teddy so long to get around to making his move. Those are some very real concerns. But, as it happened, he was just right for her, and she felt it, too. Hooray! I'm very, very glad that you were rooting for them, and that it made you happy!

Awww, thank you so much, Chiara! And thank you for this lovely, super sweet review!


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Review #4, by Crescent Moon  Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

7th August 2015:
I loved this! So funny and cute.
“We are Greek. What do we care about protocol?” cracked me up so bad, this whole story is hilarious! I can't wait to read more of your work.

Author's Response: Heehee! Thank you! It's nice to get to write humor sometimes, especially since Traitorous Hearts is so heavy. I'm really glad you found it so funny. I loved that part, too :D

And THANK YOU EXTRA! That means so much to me. I'd always be happy to hear your thoughts on it :)


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Review #5, by cherry_pop94 Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

27th April 2015:
This had me smiling ear to ear the whole time. It was excellently written (as always) and the characterization is just so great! I love the dynamic between Vic and Teddy, especially because you read a lot about them being best friends forever or in love right from the start. This was a really refreshing change!
I'm so glad I found your writing, you're really excellent! Keep it up!

Author's Response: Thank you, Stefi!

I'm glad you liked it, because i had to crank that story out in a hurry for the House Cup challenge. You are so sweet! Thank you for the encouragement--I truly do appreciate it :D


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Review #6, by GingeredTea Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

18th April 2015:
Here for a review swap!

Okay, so I loved the entrance into this story. You do a great job expressing 'Vic' as a character. I loved the way you had Teddy sneak in there - and a carpet! A flying carpet! LOL OMG I love it. I also enjoyed the subtle/not so subtle way you brought up her Veela temper.

"I smiled sweetly. “Well, Teddy, we can’t all be one with the asses.”" --- this had me laughing! Great one!

The trip into the Ministry was executed meticulously, written fabulously, and had me grinning the entire time! You did a great job showing Vic's temper and final push back - I'm glad it helped and things didn't go badly. But really - if they had turned her away and the dragon had hatched outside - they would have been in so much trouble. The idea of it thinking she was it's mom was adorable but also frightening. LOL

The airplane and the kiss had me smiling. :)

Author's Response: Hello hello!

Thank you so much! This was a fun one to write. My main fic is pretty angsty, so any time I do a departure from that, I usually find that my direction veers towards the zany.

The bit with the donkeys is a favorite of mine. I'm so glad that you enjoyed it :D

Thank you so much! Bahaha, yeah, things would have been pretty amusing if the Ministry didn't let her in. She certainly did a thorough job of convincing them it was in her best interests to do as they were told--there's some Molly Weasley in that girl, too, after all! However, I doubt even someone as motherly as Molly would be volunteering to take care of baby dragons. Yikes!

Heehee, the airplane bit is my other favorite part, I think. I'm so happy that you liked it. Thanks for swapping with me!


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Review #7, by HEG Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

14th December 2014:
Hiya Penny! I really likes the look if this so I decided to review it :)

Er ... So I like the start. Obviously, it's written in the POV of Victoire, who has Veela blood. When you introduced Teddy and Victoire was stressing how much she hated him, never did I think that they would get together. To be honest, I think this would be better if you wrote this as a novel, as the relationship seemed quite a bit rushed. Even so, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this and a few bits made me laugh out loud. I'd love it if you submitted a sequel to this, as when I read something I really like, I feel desperate for another just like it. Maybe it would be better if you lengthened the one shot so it could develop slower. By the way, this is only my opinion, you can just ignore it if you want. One of my favourite bits was when she sat down next to Handsy Bloke, and said:

"Really, what were the odds?"

And it turned out to be Teddy.

The last sentence was also very effective - not much of a cliffhanger but still ...

It was awesome!


Author's Response: Hey Missy!

First off, thank you so much for reading and reviewing.

Second, I appreciate your honesty. I definitely agree with you--it would be better as a novel. I'm glad you enjoyed it anyways, and I also appreciate your saying that. I originally wrote this story for a House Cup challenge, and there was a rather strict word limit. I had to make a lot of cuts, and that definitely crushed things together and made character growth happen in overdrive. I've since added in a very tiny bit, but you're right, it's still quite rushed, isn't it? I always think in a rather grand scale, plot-wise, which makes one-shots difficult. Always too much story to fit in ; )

Still, perhaps I should take that on as a challenge in the New Year--to lengthen this story or to add in a sequel, prequel, what have you. I grew really fond of Teddy and Vics. It might be a bit of fun to go back for a visit to their world, which is a bit lighter than my main fic. You make a compelling suggestion!

Also, I'm really glad you liked that ending! It was one of my favorite parts of writing it, how it all comes full circle.

Thanks so much for your kind words, and your honesty. And for taking the time to read the story. This was a truly helpful review!


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Review #8, by The_Crookshanks_Saga Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

6th October 2014:
ReViEw SwAp

Kay, first of all, let me start off by saying how clever your ending line is! After starting us off with the exact opposite sentiment, it contrasts like a charm.

Second order of business: you are an AMAZING writer. It's all those tiny little things that make up the story- phrasing, setting, mood- that you knit together perfectly, making each compliment each other and still shine.

Victoire is a great character. It's nice how she has some more substance than just hating her beauty, and she's done something is great. She has a way of being so human- self-centered and still seeking goodness- that makes me smile.

Teddy is also extremely well-developed, and you definitely put a lot of thought into him. He is snarky and still a knight in shining armor, and definitely isn't perfect. I love his dynamic with Vic, it's an amazing blend of misunderstanding and aggravation and love.

That being said, I do think the plot could've used some work. I understand the overarching plot was Vic realizing she is a) beautiful and b) very much in like with Teddy, but the subplot- breaking into the Ministry- seemed harried. The writing was too- if you didn't set the bar so high so early in the fix, no one would have minded, but since you did the quality drop was a bit obvious.

But still, amazing fic and now in my Favorites. Please keep writing!


Author's Response: Hey Meena!

First off, thank you so much for the compliment! I really, really appreciate that, and I am SO happy that you enjoyed Teddy and Victoire!

Also, thank you so much for the CC! You're absolutely right about the sub-plot being a bit rushed, and I need to fix that. This story was written for the House Cup, and so there was a smaller word limit. But now, I'm free (FREE! Muahahaha!) to make it much longer! I'll need to carve out some time to make those adjustments, and I'm glad that you've reminded me to do so. Thanks :D

Also, if you have any suggestions in that regard--what sorts of details you think I should add, specific spots in that section that you think I should linger on, then please PM me and let me know. I'd love to get your further thoughts, should you have any you want to share!

And, ohmygoodness, you favorited it? That is so nice! Thank you! There is now a big smile on my face. And I totally intend to keep writing. I hope you do, too!


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Review #9, by luvinpadfoot Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

17th May 2014:
I really wasn't expecting to love this story as much as I did, but it was brilliant! I absolutely adored the way you wrote Greece. Have you ever been there? Because I'd totally believe that you had from the way you wrote it. It just seemed so easy and natural which is hard when writing about other countries. (Granted, for all I know you could be Greek. That'd be awkward.)

I can honestly say I've never seen Teddy written like this and I adored it. It really feels like you combined Remus and Tonks's personalities into one person, which I guess that's what Teddy is so it makes perfect sense. He's the perfect mixture of chivalrous nice guy and cocky jerk. The way you turned the chivalry around on him with Victoire at the end was amazing. It's nice to see the girl saving the guy in a realistic way for once. It fit very nicely into their personalities.

"We are Greek. What do we care about protocol?" That line. I was reading this at some ridiculous hour of the morning and that line almost made me wake up the whole house I was laughing so hard. All the Greek characters were hilarious, from Nikolas to the Minister. Even Victoire's horror at realizing the man she'd just threatened was the Ministry. All so unbelievably perfect. I can't write humor so I'm always amazed and impressed by those authors like you who do it so well.

By the time I reached the ending, even though I knew it was a Victoire/Teddy and where it was going, it felt so right. You really built up to their relationship so well and earned that sweet, romantic moment at the end. The love/hate relationship can feel tacked on or overdone sometimes, but I think you tied it into the characters and the story realistically. It worked. Everything you did in this story worked. I may have read it a couple of times it was so good. :) I really really loved it!

Author's Response: Hola hola!

First off, I am very glad that my story surprised you! You are so sweet.

Yes, I have been to Greece (and it's totally as great as the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants makes it look), though I am not from there, so no need whatsoever for awkwardness. Although some people thought I was Greek? Does that count?

Hahaha--that was one of my favorite parts to write. All the humor of the Ministry section. My other published stories are less humorous, or at least less zany, and I loved taking a break to be silly and write this one. I'm always reading at ridiculous hours, so I am well familiar with the don't-wake-the-sleepers laughter, and am delighted to have inspired it :D

Thank you so much for this review! It's like I've received a box of warm, fuzzy, happy feelings. I am so, so glad you enjoyed the story. The smile on my face is huge.

Thank you for making my day!


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Review #10, by adluvshp Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

12th January 2014:
Hey! I am awfully, awfully, awfully late with this but I am your Slytherin Secret Santa here with a review gift =) I am so sorry for the long time it took me to get here, but RL got in the way.

Anyhow, this was an awesome one-shot and I enjoyed reading it. I loved Victoire! This made me laugh so much and yet it was not a parody or a silly plot-less fic, so that's a great thing =) I also loved Teddy here, he was superbly characterised! The whole plot and concept was great and unique and fun, and I really enjoyed it. The whole scene with the Greek Ministry of Magic was awesome too haha. This was very interesting and I really liked it. I am glad I chose this to review! Great work =)


- Your Secret Santa from Slytherin House.

P.S. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year (belated)!

Author's Response: Why hello, Secret Santa! Thank you for the review gift. I totally understand about real life getting in the way.

Thank you! It's the only one-shot I've ever done, but it was quite enjoyable. My main fic is much more...atmospheric, kind of moody, so it was nice to be able to have a brief vacation from that and write something fun.

Thanks for your kind words, and for loving the characters. Can't tell you how much that gives me the warm fuzzes :D


P.S. A very Merry Christmas and Happy (Belated) New Year to you, too!

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Review #11, by TheWizardingPorcupine Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

22nd December 2013:
Oh. My. God.

Author's Response: I'm terribly sorry it's taken me so long to respond to your review. I am really glad you liked the story, and I truly appreciate your taking time to write a review! Thank you very much.


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Review #12, by maraudertimes Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

20th November 2013:
Hey hey hey!
Before I go all postal and freak out over this, I just wanted to say that I picked this over Traitorous Hearts only because it had less reviews, but I will get on that ASAP and I might even throw in an extra review!

OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG! This was *too* cute. I'm sorry, but I'm definitely giving you an extra review because I'm gonna flail over this and it won't be pretty. ;)

I loved the interactions between Teddy and Victoire and Victoire's melancholy over her look and her connections seemed really, well, real and saddening. I felt for her.

Now, I loved the tension between the two and the kiss? Magnificent! I was waiting for that! And, just, what, will, huh... GAH! It was just beautiful. I hope you can understand this gobbledegook because I'm not even sure I can, but long story short, I loved it. I think everything from your characterization to you plot to your dialogue to your tone, was perfect. I loved it!

Great job!

Author's Response: Hi Lo!

I love that you reviewed this one. I really need to look into getting it a banner. Teddy and Victoire were fun to write, though fitting everything into a one-shot was a bit of a difficulty. But I think I only love them more for all the time I spent chipping away at the story until it fit into the requirements. I was so worried about it when I published it, because I'd never tried to write a really short story, so reviews like yours mean a lot :D

I'm so glad that you felt both saddened and happy in this fic. That was just what I was going for, so reading that just kind of makes me squeak with happiness!

I cannot even tell you how much this makes me smile. Your "gobbledegook" totally makes sense to me, and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. I am so happy right now. Thanks so much!


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Review #13, by whisper in the wind Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

1st August 2013:
ahh!! this is the second victoire/teddy story I've ever read and I don't really remember the other one because it was super long ago but THIS STORY WAS FANTASTIC. honestly, your writing is extraordinary. it made the story flow and the characters come alive. it was so light and fun. it pretty much made me smile throughout.

I love how you portrayed Victoire. and your description of her immediately transformed her in my mind. she reminded me of Hermione because of her intelligence but she had a personality all her own...and she was clearly half Weasley lol. you gave her the spice to be one and I really liked that.

Teddy was awesome! he reminded me a lot of Fred and George but when you said he ran his hand through his hair like Harry I was like ahh! I totally see him being raised by his godfather. his relationship with Victoire is adorable. they know and trust each other because they grew up together but they have such opposite personalities that they never allowed themselves (especially Victoire) to really admit to feeling anything more than civility.

and can I just scream about Teddy saying he'd never allow his friends to talk about her like that?!?!?!? I melted. he's such a jokester but also so manly and protective lol.

so yes. all in all, I loved this one-shot. it would be fun if you made a story where like each chapter was one year of their lives and their interactions per year or something like that, if that makes sense. because your portrayal of these characters deserves to be in novel form!

10/10 :)

Author's Response: Oh. My. Gosh! Squeea!

I don't even know what that noise is supposed to be, but it's basically what happened when I read this review.

I am so! glad you liked it :D You're one of my favorite writers on HPFF, so getting a review from you was like...summer vacation! Unexpected free chocolate! I don't know--something really exciting!!!

I wrote this for the House Cup, so at first I was just trying to figure out a story under a time-and-word-limit, which I had never really done. Then Victoire popped into my head and that was that--she took the lead from there. I wanted to see what it would be like to be all Veela-gorgeous, come from a famous family, and...be a Ravenclaw. I felt like it would be such a challenge, since I figured people would really underestimate her, and unlike the rest of the Potter-Weasley progeny, she'd have been the first one to really have to pave her own way, with less of the support network than the others would get, because she's older. But of course, she would have Teddy...

And about Teddy, and Victoire, and Teddy & Victoire, all I can think to say to your response is YES!!! and dance in a circle, flailing my arms about in some kind of happy dance.

Oooh! That would be a fun idea--to take the story and do a series of one-shots. I thought about expanding it, but I hadn't thought of that! Thanks for the idea--perhaps I shall look into that :D

Thank you so much for this review. It made my day like I can't even tell you.

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Review #14, by Diezal325 Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

27th July 2013:
love it! More? plz read my stories thx xx

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Review #15, by H Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

13th July 2013:
this is adorable! Love it! :)

Author's Response: Thank you so much for taking the time to review. Those notes are so encouraging, and I really appreciate it.

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Review #16, by AlexFan Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

13th July 2013:
That was awesome! This was funny and serious all at the same time! I can totally understand where Victoire is coming from with the whole blondes are stupid thing. My best friend is a blonde and some people just assume that she's stupid because of it when she's not. And I myself don't have to deal with that stereotype but I deal with other ones.

I loved Teddy in this, I just loved the fact that he was so cocky all the time. He put a smile on my face. He and Vic may claim that they don't like each other but the way that they worked together said otherwise.

My favourite part had to be when Victoire demanded that everyone listen and take her seriously. I absolutely loved that part, I was like "You go Vic, you show them who's boss. GIRL POWER!" I can't believe she threatened the Greek Ministry of Magic though! The minister was so cool with it though and his response to not following protocol was hilarious.

My favourite line had to be when Victoire told Teddy that not everyone could be one with the donkey's (for the sake of keeping it twelve plus, I switched words). I laughe so hard at that you would not believe.

All in all a very interesting and enjoyable read!

Author's Response: What an awesome review! Thanks so much :)

Yeah, I got the idea to explore the dumb blonde stereotype as an obstacle for Victoire because I have a friend like that. She's super smart, knows way more about any given topic than most people around her, and yet people often sort of talk down to her. And really, what it boils down to is that she's very pretty, and she's blonde. People treat you differently. And, I mean, who would be prettier and blonder than the daughter of Fleur Delacour? I think everyone deals with some sort of stereotype. I wanted to show how frustrating it might be to always have people expecting less of you, even though you're perfectly capable.

I'm so glad you loved Teddy! He was so fun to write. His voice was different--I started giving him extra contractions because the story had to be under 5,000 words, so it was a way to lower my word count. But in the end I really enjoyed the voice it gave him--very confident, a little arrogant, and relaxed.

Favorite parts and favorite lines MAKE MY DAY! Thank you so much!!! :D
My face just has a huge smile on it, from reading which parts you liked. I am thrilled that you found it funny. Thank you so much again for taking the time to write such a kind, thorough review! It was fantastic!

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Review #17, by teh tarik Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

13th July 2013:
Hello! I've read some of your fabulous writing before and really enjoyed it, so I'm very happy to be reviewing this :)

Gah, I loved this story! It may have been close to 5,000 words, but honestly, it flew by so fast because it was quite superbly paced and the dialogue was lovely and sharp and the scenes were of perfect length. This is such a wonderful fluffy story (well, fluffy in the end :P ) with a madcap adventure and a strange country and I enjoyed this a whole lot. As always, your writing is so fluid and so clear and clever.

Victoire is a complex character; she's very intelligent but she's also incredibly vulnerable, and here in your story, I did really get a sense of how highly-strung she is, to be caught in a foreign land with a dragon's egg about to hatch in her bag, and with some creepy bloke trying to feel her up and her boss getting detained by security. It's all very comical and very light-hearted, but at the same time, Victoire's discomfort is so convincingly portrayed.

Teddy is gorgeously written as well; I love the details of his 'backpacker appearance', all scruffy and tanned and in sandals and with braided wristbands. I love how supportive and sensitive he is toward Victoire; they make such a good pair and they're both so comfortable with each other, never mind that Victoire did mention that she can't stand him. I love his habit of messing up his hair, which he probably learned from Harry. It's a very telling detail, and a very subtle bit of information about Teddy's childhood - how close he was to Harry's family to be able to pick up Harry's own mannerisms and such.

Their plan to infiltrate the Greek Ministry of Magic was absolutely hilarious. Not a very well-thought out plan for sure, but then Victoire was desperate :P One thing that really did make your Victoire stand out from the thousands of other stories about her was her fit of Veela rage. I've read plenty of fics about Victoire having a fiery temper and all, but none where she actually explodes with sparks. Holy smoke, I think I can really visualise her doing that. It's refreshing to see that she's not just a vulnerable helpless damsel-in-distress; she most certainly has that innate Veela ferocity which surfaces when desperate measures are needed.

Anyway, this was a very entertaining and incredibly well-written piece! I've enjoyed it, and I loved the ending where Teddy disguises himself as the creep. Baha! And Victoire beginning to enjoy travelling :) But only with Teddy around to help hold her together, of course. Great work!


Author's Response: OH my gosh, teh tarik! You give the best reviews!

It was different to write something so fluffy, but it was a nice mental break from all the tension in my other story.

I'm so glad you liked the characters and thought they worked well together! Yeah, Victoire couldn't stand him initially, and I had to cut some of the nuances out of that to make it fit 5,000 words. But mostly it boils down to her insecurities--he's a valiant Gryffindor who wants to help her with things because he cares about her (but hasn't ever explained that, and always jokes it off), and she's a smart girl who likes to do things for herself, because people often don't think she can. So, tension.

That part about Teddy pretending to be the creep was actually my favorite part, though it was originally a bit longer. I figured you couldn't be the son of Tonks and a Marauder without appreciating a good joke, and I wanted to give them a cute moment, so I'm delighted that you found it worth mentioning.

I can't tell you how much I love how you NOTICE things. You're really perceptive, you pay attention to the small details, and your reviews always make my day! Thank you SO much! I can't say it enough :D

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Review #18, by LittleLionGirl Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

13th July 2013:
I must say that I found this story quite humorous. Especially the whole Ministry of Magic thing with the dragon egg! What are the odds right? I really love your story flow and the attention to detail you have is crazy (in a good way)

Author's Response: Thank you so much! Yeah, it had to be kind of condensed to fit into the word count, which I supposed made the whole thing a bit funnier and zanier, but I'm so glad you found it funny :)

And thank you for the comment about the attention to detail. I really appreciate it! :D

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Review #19, by Poohbear Dragons, Disguises, and Not-So-Dumb Blondes

12th July 2013:
This is really good! :D I want more! :')

Author's Response: Thank you!!! I'm hard at work on a couple of other stories right now--my Draco/Astoria novella and a Little Mermaid retelling for the Fairy Tale Challenge--but I'd love to go back some day and extend this to its original length. I had to make a lot of cuts to get it under 5,000 words, so it'd be fun to add to it. It was lots of fun to write. And you are so sweet for reviewing!

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