Millie looks after the sprogs and one in particular. Pansy has a high profile visitor. Remus and Bella enjoy each other's company
(#) Wonderbee31 2008-03-16 06:29:41 PMExcellently done, and Luna's a charmer as always, just so cool that she figured things out, and then the image of Ali chattering away while the golem is nodding along was fun. Can't wait to see how the plans on either side come together, and who'll come out on top in the meeting.
(#) selenepotter 2008-03-17 08:58:01 AMGreat chapter!
I can't wait for the confrotation with the Serpents!
Have you considered using the Grand Occidental Order of Nighthawks?
Author's responseThank you, as always, for reading and reviewing - loving Clan Luna BTW!
I honestly wasn't aware of any organization called the Sons of the Serpent, the name just seemed appropriate for the children of death eaters, most of whom were from Slytherin house.
I like the acronym GOON, but no, have no plans to use them.
Blazing wands battle scene soon to come.
(#) Clell65619 2008-03-17 12:07:37 PMGreat Story Prof. I don' think that I've ever read a story where the entire cast were background players, few of them had many lines in canon, and the 'leads' of Canon are relagated to walk on status. Very well done indeed.
Author's responseThank you for reading and reviewing. It's a treat to see new reviews on older chapters. I'm glad you took a chance and read this one.
(#) red_jacobson 2008-03-23 08:49:41 AMi just started reading this story this morning; and got caught up a minute or so ago. Really loving what you have done so far; but one thing I'm not really clear on; what caused Pansy's change of heart? The first time we see her in this story she has already become a much softer character than the one we saw hanging on Draco in canon.
Also, I'm glad you gave Ginny her version of a happy ending; and let Remus and Bella find some happiness.
Looking forward to more
Author's responseThank you for reading and reviewing. Pansy’s change of heart came when she realized that someone, several someones actually, needed her and that she could make a difference in their lives. In all her pampered, spoiled life she hadn’t known love. Now she’s surrounded by it. Note that Pansy doesn’t have a love interest, she doesn’t need that “special someone,” she has become a whole person for the simple act of caring for someone more than herself, which is the best definition of love IMHO.