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Final - - A very fine read. Worth the time.
You've captured the way I believe Hermione MIGHT feel being under appreciated and misunderstood by the Harry and Ron. As a big brother type, there are various happinesses I want for the Gryffindor Four. It will be difficult for Hermione to recieve all she needs from Ron - he may or may not rise to the task.
This Blaise, the Blaise I have imagined, is fully capable, and you've done a great job of making him more visible.
I am going to have a major problem with your sequel.
Author's Response: You are so good to me! Thank you for recommending this story this week! I agree that it would be difficult for Hermione to get what she needs from Ron. Thank you for the compliments on Blaise. And why do you say you will have a major problem with the sequel? While all three stories are in a trilogy, I have designed them so that they can (hopefully) stand on their own. Think of the sequel as another B/Hr story that could have followed Dreams.
The shifts in perspective work fine. Really, you're doing quite a job with Blaise. The joy of minor characters is that you can really make them your own without worrying too much about canon. I agree with the other reviewer. I'm drinking the B/H kool-aid quite happily at this point, though I think I'd have to draw the line with D/G... I'm too much an H/G shipper. :)
Author's Response: Thank you for the compliments! To be honest, while minor characters can be easily molded into your own perspective, it's still rather difficult trying to keep them realistic and not Mary Sue or Gary Stu-ish. And yes, it's a rather smooth type of kool-aid, ain't it? I'm sorry that you won't enjoy the D/G... I just wonder sometimes if Ginny is wasted on Harry.
Ch.3 - - I am not a D/G fan, but I am really warming to an alternative ship in B/Hr.
Your writing is very good, and the POV shifts and perspectives are marvelous.
Something has got to be up.
Author's Response: Thanks for the compliment! I was worried about the shifts in perspective, but I'm glad I was able to get them right.
Ch.2 - - Of course, once we decide we want happiness for a character or characters, we want it instantly - which cannot be in reality or fiction.
You've done a fine job of making this a convoluted tale, and more complication should be on the way. Excellent POV switches. Fine dialog, though internal.
Author's Response: Oh yes, there's plenty of complication on the way. Thanks for the review!
Ch.1 - - Excellent, fine writing, and a great potential story line.
I am a primarily a H/G and R/Hr shipper, because I thought that was the way it would go since GoF. However, I have always wanted Hermione with someone who would really approeciate her for her mind as opposed to her abilities to help with homework.
I met and married a Hermione-type when we were in our middle twenties. She was beyond what little know-it-all she may have had at Hermione's ages in the books, but she was tops in all of her classes and years. I love her mind first and foremost along with her great personality and beauty. So I can enjoy a B/H heading where you are taking it. This Blaise seems to be able to truly appreciate and help her necome all she can be under the light of one who loves her and wants the best for her.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for that wonderful review! To be honest, Blaise's opinion of Hermione and how he treats her is based on a past relationship of mine, where my then-boyfriend wanted the best for me as well. I'm glad you enjoyed it (and I'm even happier that you're a real-life Blaise) and I hope you enjoy the next chapter