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Review:MagicalInk says:
Hmm. Rumors, rumors, rumors. They're so funny to hear /when they're not about you/. You really make me giggle.

I love how you make them deal with their awkwardness with aristocratic manners. It's all so funny. And the way he can so easily pick on her nerves.. Come now Min, we all know you like him. I like him :P

She's pretty reckless isn't she? But I know she wouldn't abandon her post just for some drama, it must be a funny sight for Grimm. Of course if he didn't have to deal with her compressing her feelings towards him.

I still can't believe how well you develop your characters and all the while keep adding new ones! It's not canon on the timeline, but really truth in the characterizations! Dolores is so obnoxious! I always hated her and could perfectly picture her being as you told.

Also, I'm glad Grimm doesnt like or trust Riddle, I wonder what Minerva thinks... Well she'll be distracted by Tibbs trying to make her jealous, she couldn't be too pleased but I feellike he's a bit desperate...

I know they won't be "just friends", don't worry Tibbs ;p
-Val

Author's Response: Haha, it was way too amusing to write those awkward moments. They try so hard to act like they're stoic and mature, as though such things don't bother them, but their masks are painfully thin. I liked showing how similar Grimm and McGonagall really are - though Minerva refuses to take notice of it. :P They have their differences, but they share many core beliefs and personality traits that make them incredibly well-suited to one another. It's probably part of what draws Grimm to her (apart from the physical side of things of course) - he doesn't have to hide as much of himself when he's around her because she just understands.

I'm really glad to hear that you like Grimm. I like him way too much, but it means a lot to hear it from readers. :D

Minerva's threatened resignation is an interesting moment for her because she almost loses control of her emotions. In all other situations, even those of the darkest sort, she keeps a cool head, bravely facing whatever comes, but here, she's still very much an adolescent, uncertain of her feelings. She does feel something Grimm, but doesn't want to acknowledge it because, to her, love is a weakness, and she has no plans for that kind of life. But Grimm makes things complicated, and she fights him and her own feelings as a result.

Before I ramble on forever, I'll thank you very much for reading and reviewing this story! It's so much fun to revisit it, and your reviews are a great help! :D


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