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Reading Reviews for Thinking Out Loud
6 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Kristen Thinking Out Loud

26th October 2016:
Super cute! Short and sweet! Love it!!

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Review #2, by Lunarwhy Thinking Out Loud

25th May 2016:
i am so in love with Hermione and George, I was so worried that one of them would have died before the other but I'm glad it didn't turn out that way. Beautifully written, that's for sharing!

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Review #3, by darkkid Thinking Out Loud

20th July 2015:
Slytherin House Cup 2015

I want to say that I have never read a George/Hermione fiction. I'm very intrigued by the pairing though. Probably because it's a bit scandalous with the whole Ron/Hermione canon pairing.

I really enjoyed this! Both Hermione and George were in character and represented perfectly! Not to mention both of them TOGETHER was just perfect. They actually coexist really well and work really good together as a couple.

This whole story was so sweet. And it worked so well with this song, which is an absolutely beautiful song by the way.

Such a great read! I'm so happy I stopped by.


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Review #4, by BookDinosaur Thinking Out Loud

21st March 2015:
Hello there! It's BookDinosaur from the forums, finally here with your review for my Songfic Challenge. :D Please forgive me for the lateness.

I have to say straight off the bat that I don't often read any Hermione/George fics, so this was a bit of an introduction into that realm. It was a lovely introduction, though - a wedding is a lovely place to be. :D

I think that you did a really great job bringing out the sides of Hermione and George that really would go well together. The dialogue they had was just really natural and flowed really well - the whole oneshot flowed perfectly, really, and the whole piece just felt really effortless, which probably means that you put a lot of effort into making it that way. Kudos!

Also, can I just ask - that "I love you and I like you," line - was that a Parks and Rec reference?! :D :D :D

As for the song (well, naturally it had to come up as this was for a Songfic Challenge, haha) I think it went well with the story. The lyrics were interspersed pretty evenly throughout the story and although I haven't listened to the song beyond what I think I remember from the radio in the supermarket, the lyrics fit the story really well, so kudos to you again there!

Also, I appreciate how you didn't try to explain away the Ron and Hermione pairing. I mean, I know that something must have happened to split the two of them up and get Hermione and George together, but I'd imagine that that's a pretty large can of worms to open and I kind of liked that you didn't try to give us a halfhearted explanation but just left it completely up to our imagination. It might be an odd thing to like, but I liked it :P

Anyway, to wrap this up now, this was a really lovely story with a pairing I don't usually read, so thank you both for introducing me to Hermione/George and entering my challenge! Keep your eyes peeled for the results, which should hopefully be coming soon. ♥

Author's Response: Thank you so much for stopping by to review this story! I have to also say thank you for providing me with this challenge, because I don't know if I would have ever done a songfic if not. I don't often read songfics, so I guess I assumed that I didn't like them. However, your challenge proved me wrong. I loved writing this and I look forward to the results! :)

The "I love you and I like you" line WAS from Parks and Rec! I adore that show and I'm so sad it ended.


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Review #5, by Rita Skeeter Thinking Out Loud

18th March 2015:
Why hello there my dear!

I'm Rita Skeeter. You may know me from such publications as The Daily Prophet, The Life and Times of Albus Dumbledore, and a few others that I can't quite keep track of. Really, there's so many that sometimes I just forget!

You may be wondering why I'm here on this errr...computer thing, but I've found them quite helpful in digging up dir..I mean looking up information on my latest subjects. Especially since that meddling Hermione Granger found out about me being an illegal animagus.

This was quite an interesting telling of Hermione's wedding. I covered it for The Daily Prophet's wedding announcement section. Of course, what I was really interested in that day was seeing how young Ron Weasley took to his older brother marrying his first love. I mean I know things ended for them in school, but after all of the articles I've written about the Golden Trio, I know well enough that Ron always loved Hermione even after she left him for George.

This particular moment you've shared is quite touching. I was hoping for some juicy gossip, but alas it hasn't really provided me with any. Just a small look into the tenderness they've shared over a lifetime together.

Now because you've shared such a beautiful, personal story with me, I'd like to share a bit of gossip with you. There was a dual purpose to me stopping here. I'm running a bit of a contest. You see, things aren't always as they seem. If you can guess who my alter ego on the forums is, I will donate E50 in your honor to the HPFF fundraiser. You better hurry though because others have received similar offers and there can only be one winner. You can feel free to share your clue, as everyone has received something different, but the first to guess correctly wins. You have until March 30th.

Oh and I suppose I should leave you one clue so you can start some digging of your own. Unlike Rita, I speak Spanish fluently.

Best of Luck!

Author's Response: Hi Rita!

Thank you so much for taking the time to review this fic. I really loved the creativity you brought to the review. It's always wonderful to get one, but this is even better because you obviously put so much thought into it. I'm sorry the story couldn't provide you with any gossip, but I didn't want to create a dramatic romance for George and Hermione in this oneshot. That's what I've done in my other George/Hermione fic, so I wanted to take a break from that! :D


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Review #6, by toomanycurls Thinking Out Loud

14th March 2015:

I don't get my hands on may Hermione/George stories, even in the queue. Most of them don't show them married so that was especially exciting in this. You've really pinpointed where Hermione could have great compatability with George with a slight bend from either one of them.

Their wedding sounds ideal. I love how picturesque and magical it sounds without mimicking Bill and Fleur's wedding. I kind of have the ballroom from Beauty and the Beast in my head when they dance - all romance and perfection.

George and Hermione have perfect banter together. They feel effortless and relaxed with each other. Somehow you've given them the shyness of their wedding night/reception with the sexiness of familarity. I think they are pulling the best out of each other which is lovely. I especially liked the 'i love you and i like you' phrase as the two don't always go together.

I love the ease at which you brought the story ahead many years to the future when they are old. George's reminiscing is especially touching for me as even just three years past my wedding I get quite sentimental looking at photos of my husband and I. Hermione's assumption that George views her beauty as diminishing made me laugh. Their romance still seems fresh and alive which is so sweet after this many years of marriage.

This is so sweet and delicous - I really enjoyed reading this. Thanks for swapping.


Author's Response: Rose,

I'm glad you gave a Hermione/George story a try, especially since they really are an underrated pairing. I love them together, because I think the twins were the best match for Hermione's intelligence and wit in the books. I've always loved the thought of them all being super smart, but in different ways so that she can bring out a more serious side in the twins and the twins can help Hermione to loosen up a bit.

Anyway, thank you for reviewing! I'm glad that you understood the sweetness I was trying to bring to the story. I wanted to translate a relationship that had started out as a strong friendship into a romance. I think that's when you get the nicest moments in a fic; when you can tell two characters mesh outside of their passion.

Thank you again! :)

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