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Review #1, by wolfgirl17 Her Eyes

29th September 2014:
I found this story mildly vague, in that you only hint that they were a couple at Hogwarts, and give no indication as to whether Malfoy is actually mentally disturbed or just odd. You don't explain why Hermione ran away from what they had together either. It's a great story, but I find myself left feeling vaguely expectant and empty. As though there is much more to be had of the story. Is there to be additional chapters or perhaps a sequel? That would be nice. Or even if you fleshed this out a little more, give us a taste of the heartbreak they both feel, a reason for their parting, an explanation for their behavior.
You have left me wanting more.

Author's Response: I completely understand where you are coming from. When I wrote the story I didn't much thought into background and circumstances I just wrote what came to me since this story is original intended to be a one-shot. I can most definitely write additional chapters to give further information and explore motives.

(sorry for the late reply I kind of forgot I had an account on here)


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Review #2, by Freda_and_Georgina Her Eyes

11th July 2014:
For the House Cup 2014 Review
Wait, Hermione was Head Girl? Oh yeah, she went back after the war. I'm glad you pointed out the extreme awkwardness of that hug. That was weird. I'm glad it was just a movie thing.
What an awful way to find out how you hurt someone: reading their poetry while the bloke is in the Psych ward and realize they're talking about you and that you sort of put him there.
That was a sweet thing Hermione did at the end.
--Freda

Author's Response: Your welcome. I know I have no idea why I wrote it that way to be honest it just sort of came out that way. Since the poetry was so bittersweet it would be good to have the story end on a happy note-in a way.

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