Date: 11/25/2008 10:05 PM Title: Chapter 1
You should have kept ,"So wrong it was right" a one-shot.The OOC. could have been excused then but damn this sequel really screws it up to hell & back.Is Harry really someone who would do this to the person he claims to love?Then he goes & digs himself into a deeper hole with his lame ass excuses.I still cant see why Ginny should bother taking him back,he doesnt deserve her if this is how little he thinks of her.
Date: 02/02/2008 10:06 PM Title: Chapter 1
You know, I was pretty dubious from the get-go about "So Wrong It Was Right." It seemed very OOC for Harry to just fall into bed with Andromeda when he could just as easily have reconciled with Ginny. And yet... there was something very compelling about the scene, written from Andromeda's POV, in which she's trying to find a way to overcome her first, immediate grief. Being an avid H/G shipper, I was very surprised by how much I liked "So Wrong." That being said, I was even more skeptical that you could make Ginny's forgiveness of Harry believable; I was sure that "So Wrong" should stay as an independent, AU piece. Now that I'm done with "Righting a Wrong," I think you've done a better job with the sequel than I would have imagined possible. I'm still not 100% sold on Harry's redemption, or even his honesty -- you seem to recognize that, for example, Ginny would never forgive Harry if she knew he and Andromeda actually DISCUSSED their betrayal of her during the act! -- but so much of your dialogue is really spot on. Given the restrictions placed on you by the original piece (which I suspect was never intended to have a sequel), you did a very fine writing job. As usual, I might add.
Date: 01/23/2008 03:13 PM Title: Chapter 5
Can you apparate without a wand?
Was July 18th before of after he slept with Andromeda?
She was right to make him start over, but should have made him grovel more. He really HURT her, numerous times, (the thing with Andromeda was definitely NOT the first time he hurt her) but it seems she merely inconvenienced him.
She let him off the hook too easy.
Date: 01/23/2008 03:00 PM Title: Chapter 4
this story is really twisted!
Harry has absolutely no excuse. He cannot rationalize or justify what he did. He - stupidly - broke things off with Ginny, but she made every effort for him to know that she still cared deeply for him.
He cheated, and deep down he knows he did.
Why in the world would he feel that it was HER job to get back together with him after the battle? She made her thoughts and intentions known time and time again. The ball was in his court to apologize to her and start things over. He dropped his opportunities - apparently several times - and did not do the right thing by her.
Harry is trying to project HIS guilt onto her. This is not a nice guy. I don't know if this SHOULD be forgiveable. Once a cheater, always a cheater.
Ron should be ashamed of himself for being a party to more deception aimed at Ginny.