Date: 06/30/2008 05:08 AM Title: Forty-Nine: Spozzy
I too wonder why Ginny couldn't have contacted George herself. Was sending Mrs. Granger on a "magical" errand a roundabout way of getting back at Hermione? And I'm on pins and needles wondering if the baby survives and whose it is.
Date: 06/28/2008 03:21 PM Title: Forty-Seven: Push
It's the complexity of all the various relationships and of all the emotions that keep me absolutely hooked on your story. I'm as curious as everyone else as to Harry's whereabouts and his reasons for taking off. I'm betting on an overabundance of fright.
Date: 06/28/2008 10:14 AM Title: Thirty-Five: Comfort
Hmph. I just knew Luna Lovegood was going to be more involved with this than I wanted her to be. (Not that it's likely to stop me from reading, no more than the fact that I'm not into anything outside of het-sex, really. smiling I do hope I'm openminded, though. I just don't care for Luna.) (And, I'm still hoping that she's just a bit of help working out the situation. I'm hoping for some sort of sharing, where all four major players can be happy and the children be happy and healthy, too.)
Date: 06/28/2008 07:27 AM Title: Twenty-Eight: Sealing the Deal
“As opposed to Lee and Luna and a penguin?” Sometimes you are so funny, when I'm least expecting you to be! I know I'm not in with the origin of all the penguin jokes on this site, but they crack me up nonetheless, and you made me laugh right out loud with that line!
Date: 06/28/2008 05:55 AM Title: Twenty-One: Waves
"Hermione had scrambled her middle name to “Jean" Thank you for this. That middle name change was the only thing that marred my reading the Deathly Hallows. I was so positive that it was "jane" that I got up and googled rather than just accept a typo. So, I appreciate a logical reason for the change, thanks!
Date: 06/27/2008 12:24 PM Title: Sixteen: Much
This chapter, especially Ron and Hermione going to bed together, was much more touching than I had expected. I'm grateful that it was. (and I'm still hoping there can be a place in this relationship for Ginny to belong.) (although, not with Ron. Bleh to incest!)
Date: 06/27/2008 10:17 AM Title: Seven: Flammulated
"...a line had been crossed and their lips had not simply collided in celebratory joy" I really didn't see that coming. Not even with the synopsis for the story. Somehow, it makes me sad, a bit. I was hoping Ginny was wrong and would come to her senses.
I don't mind Harry, Ron and Hermione so much as I just love Ron and Hermione and Harry and Ginny. I'm crossing my fingers that things work out happily for all four in some fashion. (And I'm really, really hoping that the solution does not include Luna Lovegood, no matter what the solution is. Still, I suppose you're the author, and I'm along for the ride, so, back I go into the next chapter.)
Date: 06/19/2008 02:59 PM Title: Forty-One: Attainable
I've been reading (and have been hooked) since you posted the first chapters, and I have to say that I truly love the take you have on the characters. This chapter and the one with Molly and her granddaughter have been my faves, even though I originally 'tuned in to the Wireless' for the trio bit. Thank you for your work. I am thouroughly enjoying it.
Date: 06/14/2008 01:44 PM Title: Thirty-Seven: Nice
Ginny should pack up her kids and MOVE to an undisclosed location while Harry is out cheating on her and his/her children. Harry should lose all rights to his children due to his perversion, and honestly, so should R/H. Neither one is an appropriate atmoshpere for kids.