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Review:MissMdsty says:
Oh my God how could you end it like that? I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I do hope you'll update soon, I don't think I can stand the suspense. Now on to the proper review.

First, I found the reunion between Harry and Ginny really sweet. It's good to see that they're getting a start on their life together, even if it's seeing it through another's eyes.

When Ron came into the picture he seemed much too cruel than we normally see him. I kept having to remind myself that we were seeing him through Draco's eyes. And his comment on common sense and galleons! Brilliant! Kind of reminded me of the time Aberforth told Ron that with brains like his he could be a Death Eater. We got to see a little of the Malfoy pride seeping into his new found life path when Hermione stepped in for him, but I guess that this is just the beginning of his journey and he's far from reaching his destination.

I love Astoria. Seriously, I think she's an amazing character. It would be so easy to write her like a spoiled princess that just gets whatever she wants and for some reason she wants Draco. But instead she's kind, smart and her heart is in the right place. I especially enjoyed the part about her wanting to see what Draco was about for herself instead of taking her father's word for it. That's the kind of backbone a woman should have if I do say so myself!

Oh, the last fight scene. It was so intense and my heart almost ached for Draco and how nobody wanted to let him be in peace. But when he said and I quote “Leave her out of this. If you hurt her, you’ll beg me to end your life. I swear it.” I could just feel the anger and his protective instincts of her. This was a very action-filled chapter and you had many powerful moments in it, but this I think is the most powerful out of them.

Great chapter! I know you told me you had trouble with it but it turned out beautifully! Good job!


Author's Response: Muahahaha! I will grab your attention and leave you dangling in the breeze!

Kidding, but I'm glad you liked it enough to want to know what happens next.

I just absolutely loved being able to shoe-horn Harry and Ginny into the story somewhere. That's my one, true pairing. Original? Not really. But originally can be over-rated.

I think Ron, like a lot of other people, is still struggling with the emotional baggage left over from the war. He's still mourning Fred and he'll never forgive Draco and the rest of his family for standing by while Bellatrix tortured Hermione. And we are seeing him through Draco's eyes, which would tend to color things in a less flattering way. The sad thing is that Draco tries really, really hard to defuse the situation and in the end he just can't catch a break. That's a recurring theme of the story if you haven't noticed already.

A love Astoria, too. You can probably tell. ;) She became one of my favorite minor characters while writing Conspiracy of Blood. She is a bit of a spoiled princess in some ways, but her heart is definitely in the right place and she's very independent-minded.

I'm glad the fight scene played out intensely for you. I wasn't quite sure how it was going to read. The trio that attacks Draco did have their motivations, however. More on that in the next chapter.

I'm really pleased that you enjoyed the chapter! Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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