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Review:justonemorefic says:
HULLO. Utterly late, but I am here xD I wanted to read it this weekend, but then blargh work took over like work likes to do.

Beginning with an explosion. This sounds like my kind of fic already 8D Poor boy, swallowing marbles. Wizard marbles can't ever be a good idea. I like this already ~shaken-up~ sort of intro, jumping right into a tense atmosphere at least in Elena's mind. Oh, by the way, you totally cast her perfectly I think because I see Rachel Weisz perfectly. I love how you described her using uncooked beef and potato (omg, smack on the head for the boyfriend xD), but especially because it contrasts with the wine and pomegranate that she is not.

Ah, a workaholic to distract herself, eh? So she's that type of a gal. Very routined. Being a Healer takes up her whole life it seems, heee, and no patience for a little kid. LITTLE OLLIE. I shall be excite for him. AND NOW HE APPEARS AND HE IS CUTE. Bwahhh, you're good with children after all. Or maybe it's Oliver's charm. He can charm even when he's like 3 feet tall.

so like Daddy then. ;A; Ollie bb. And aww, she really is dedicated. But she needs a Christmas still :c

Onwards!

Author's Response: Oh hai :)

Ha, you would like the explosions &hearts: And yes, poor wizard children. They can't be like Muggle children, because even inanimate objects can be dangerous xD

I'm glad you like the casting :) Rachel Weisz is maybe a little bit old, I realize, but that's how movie casting works anyways, right? Also, no wonders he's her -ex-boyfriend, after comments like that.

Yep, Elena is a bit of workaholic. But I think it is also to help herself forget about all the war and all the bad things she had to see because of it. And yes, little Ollie. He is the token cute-little-kid. Because how could a baby Oliver not be cute?

Thanks for the review!! &hearts:


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