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Freshenstein posted a comment on Saturday 2nd December 2017 1:23am

This has to be one of the cutest, fluffiest, sickening sweet stories I have ever read and I absolutely LOVE it. Thanks for writing this.

brad posted a comment on Tuesday 14th November 2017 3:42am

Okay, this isn't fair.

I've spread my perusal of this story over the last few days and, throughout most of this time, I've been stewing over how much of a bully Lavender was and how she pushed Hermione (and Ginny) around. I was mentally composing my coming comment of complaint all the while. As soon as I finished the story I was going to give you a serve by golly!

And then I get to the end of your story ... and your Author's Notes. Wherein you write " the worst behaviour in this story was from Lavender, Fay, Parvati, Hestia and Flora. They bullied Hermione and Ginny ..." and "Lavender took the opportunity to unload 6 years of angst on a pretty underserving Hermione".

Well, wind out of my sails, what can I say, other than - I AGREE. Couldn't have put it better myself.

(I'm glad you could see it. I was wondering what was up with you.)

I also agree that Harry wasn't the brilliant friend that he held himself to be. I don't accept that Hermione would give up being a member of a (successful, studious, populated by prefects and head students) club for *seven years*. Harry deliberately downplayed the club to his supposedly 'best friends'. Pfah on him.

Still, it was a nice story. The depiction of Astoria was particularly charming.

(The characterisation of the Malfoys was particularly sureal.)

One other thing I especially liked was the Horcrux detection spell. Something that would have completely destroyed Rowling's sorry series ... so of course, lazy author that she was, she ensured that the possibility is *never mentioned*. Hermione, Harry, no-one ever thinks - in a world of 'Point Me' spells and Sneakoscopes and see-all magical maps - to ask "hey, is there a spell that can detect soul fragments?". Pffft. Classic Rowling, whose characters never budge off the path of her limited and lazy writing.

I re-read 'Best Man' the other day, and now this ... I think after 'Best Man' you spoke about a forthcoming H/Lavender story, and now in this one you wrote her as a B*tch who nonetheless noticed Harry. Did you ever write your H/Lavender story, did I miss it?

Best wishes to you, hope you're doing well. Cheers.

deadsnakebiting posted a comment on Thursday 26th October 2017 5:47am

10/28/2017 - I just want you to know people are STILL READING and ENJOYING your stories! Thank you for your efforts, they are really great. posted a comment on Friday 20th October 2017 5:42pm

Such a great short story glad I read it!

fyrecat posted a comment on Saturday 14th October 2017 8:23pm

Fun Story. Thanks!

sq33kl337 posted a comment on Monday 9th October 2017 5:43am


Just founf this fic after re-reading Hogwarts' Dawn. Absolutely loved it!!

Ofosu-Ankrah Ernest posted a comment on Tuesday 19th September 2017 9:21pm

sweet story, love the way you portrayed the characters and the way everyone seams together. looking forward to your next story

potterfanchuck posted a comment on Saturday 16th September 2017 12:02pm

Excellent story!

chrwain01 posted a comment on Tuesday 12th September 2017 1:24pm

this was great fun, a nice, different take on the story with some great twists.

thanks for sharing

TimothyB posted a comment on Thursday 3rd August 2017 7:16pm

This is one of my favorite stories ever written. I've read it like 10 times and I always love it. I hope you keep writing!

Violetta posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd August 2017 4:25am

Great story

ichaos posted a comment on Saturday 15th July 2017 2:14am

Alright, so I recently discovered this site through recommendations from and actually signed up so that I could read this story in particular due to the "rating" it carries. Besides a bit of ribald language I'm not sure exactly what qualifies as "mature" about it, but I digress. I certainly enjoyed reading this, especially since I have never seen a pairing between Harry & Astoria quite like this before. The narrative itself was quite good, with a casually sophisticated if somewhat brisk pace that covered a great deal of content very efficiently. This would normally be a very good thing, but with so many departures from familiar personality traits and/or typical roles for most of the major characters, it was a little overwhelming to process in places. Still, it was entertaining and the technical quality of the writing was excellent.

ssjgarretjax posted a comment on Wednesday 14th June 2017 7:15pm

excellent as always. You are the reason i even read HP fanfiction at all i started with the not then completed TMW and on from there. My only wish is if you could find the muse to finish Wild Horses.... Ah well. Hope to see more from you, would be sad if you are really done but i would totally understand.


Thanks Tim/Jeconais


MM94 posted a comment on Thursday 1st June 2017 8:33pm

Love it! Wonderful story :)

MM94 posted a comment on Thursday 1st June 2017 8:32pm

Love it! Wonderful story

Tora58 posted a comment on Thursday 25th May 2017 3:24am

Is this what you wanted Pureblood Princess to actually be? That always felt a little flat and this certainly fits what I precieve your writing style to be but still has a a but of that pureblood spin to it.

Still this was a fun read and thank you for sharing.

sanbeegoldiewhitey posted a comment on Saturday 13th May 2017 6:03pm

I thought in canon, Draco married the better girl in Astoria compared to Harry's Ginny. JKR said Astoria prevented Scorpius from being raised by Draco as a pureblood bigot. I like this story much better than Blue Steel because the latter had no resolution at the ending.

Yar posted a comment on Sunday 9th April 2017 12:33am

It's a nice piece of work, even if I have issues with how fast the Death Eaters went about-face. I quite enjoy the descriptions of a developing first relationship, and I wish them well. Thank you for the story.

Full_Pensieve posted a comment on Saturday 18th February 2017 9:16pm

I wanted to love this, but I like it instead. The idea of Harry finding his own circle over time is a good one, and the way you go about it is very organic. Astoria is what's not working for me here, and it took me two reads to zero in on that. I get that you have a recurring theme of the "living in a fairytale" relationship/courtship - which is fine, and you do it well - and you even subvert the theme to some degree here, but for some reason that I just can't quite pinpoint it feels hollow to me this time around. I wish I could cite chapter and verse for why I'm reacting that way, but can't boil it down to a particular "aha!" moment. Having said that, there are so many nice moments in here, I had to like it as a whole. :)

Lopendria posted a comment on Friday 17th February 2017 1:22pm

Another Masterpiece. I wish I'd caught this when it came out, but meh... Keep up the great work. I appreciate all your writing!