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Reading Reviews for Playing With Fire
3 Reviews Found

Review #1, by Dojh167 Playing With Fire

31st May 2015:
Hello, Sameth Saboly here - I can't believe I haven't read anything of yours yet!

I was definitely interested in this ship, both because I like unusual pairings, and I like pairing Ginny with Slytherins. I think there is a certain amount of darkness and power in her that Slytherin's find very attractive. Okay, I'm generalizing to hide my Draco/Ginny OTP.

I definitely like that you didn't overly romanticize Blaise's obsession. Cause obsessions are creepy. At the same time, you did very effectively humanize Blaise and bring him to life.

I liked how you made reference to his mother's powers of seduction. Again, a little creepy that he would compare a woman he was into to his mum, but nobody can deny her charms.

I liked the imagery of "a slow, hot smile curled across his face." The adjectives you use there are both very simple and very powerful. However, the rest of that sentence seems to run on a bit, and you lose some of the power you had in being concise. Just including some of the rest of that information in shorter sentences would work well.

There were a few small spelling mistakes, but nothing huge.

It did bother me a bit that Ginny doesn't seem at all interested in Blaise, but ends up kissing him back. If she had any degree of attraction towards him, I would have liked to see that hinted at earlier. If not, well, then I'm just not totally sure what to think of her character. I definitely think Blaise is a total creep here though.

You use your words well and I am definitely glad to be co-writing with you =)

Author's Response: Hey Thanks,
I'm glad you liked it. Mostly the idea was that Ginny wasn't really that into him but that he's a good kisser so she kissed back =)


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Review #2, by The Summer Snake Playing With Fire

25th May 2015:
Greetings from The Summer Snake! I have recently slithered out of hibernation and discovered this amazing place with such amazing stories, so I want to read and review as many as I can before I go back into hibernation!

This was a very interesting read! I loved it! Your characterisation of Blaise is superb and I loved the way he "played" with Ginny. The chemistry between them was simply amazing and I loved how you wrote it.

Your descriptions were absolutely brilliant and I was completely captivated while reading. There was thoughts, there was steaminess, there was romance and there was passion, and a little bit of dark allure - and it all made for a very well-written story and an enjoyable read.

I don't have anything else to say except that you've a great talent and I'm glad I got the chance to read this. You've made this little slithery reptilian creature very happy as she travels across HPFF lands.

*showers confetti and flowers* Have a nice summer!

Now I'll be off to explore more of this wonderful sun! See ya!

With love,
The Summer Snake

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. Glad you enjoyed the story.

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Review #3, by Lostmyheart Playing With Fire

18th May 2015:
What, Ellie?

This was incredibly intense, seriously intense and it's been many months since I've read something as passionate as this!
It was so interesting to see his 'obsession' with Ginny, staring at her and just getting sloppy at the end of it. Maybe he did want to get caught? Without really knowing it.

I like that it wasn't just about winning some girl over but that he actually likes her, is in love with her.

Wow, this was just a beautiful read and I love how you ended it. It was just perfect.

Thank you so much for entering my challenge, Ellie! And I hope you enjoyed writing Blaise.

Lots of hugs,

Author's Response: Hey Avi!

I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I hadn't really tried the Ginny/Blaise pairing before so I was a little nervous about it. Thanks for creating such a fun challenge.


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