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Reviews for Willow

Ljpjcg2018.04.07 - 08:32PM1: WillowSigned
Your written words of Severusí thoughts and hopes and despair are so beautiful and heartbreaking and hopeful all at once! Willow is lucky to have such a father to love her.

Author's Response: Thank you so much for your kind words! Glad you enjoyed it :)

dashzap2015.07.19 - 11:51PM1: WillowSigned
A beautiful story. It is painfully impossible to protect our children from the cruelties of life. Hostages to fortune indeed.

Author's Response: Thank you for reading!

saintlyseverus2014.04.13 - 02:35AM1: WillowSigned
a brilliant and heartbreaking piece here- well done. Truly, who would ever think that two of the strongest magical powers in Great Britain wouldn't have a magical genius on their hands??? REally honest and heartfelt, and I was really touched by how it was written from Severus' point of view and how protective he is of both Hermione and Willow. Powerful and wonderful

Author's Response: Thank you so much for the kind words! I'm thrilled you enjoyed this little tale.

Sariana2014.01.22 - 04:20PM1: WillowSigned
My son was born just shy of 32 weeks, also in July, and he does indeed bring "magic" to my life. I think it would be incredibly difficult for two very strong magical parents to have a non-magical child. It's not that they would be disappointed, but that they would have to suppress a part of who they are just to have some normalcy. But those of us whose children have "special needs" know that they bring us their own kind of joy. There's a story about planning a trip to Italy and ending up in Holland. You can spend your life wishing you were in Italy (i.e. wishing for a "normal" child), or you can embrace the beauty and wonder that Holland has to offer. Welcome to Holland, Severus! Oh, and lovely story, by the way. :-)

Author's Response: Welcome to Holland indeed, and I agree! I think it would be terribly difficult for two magical parents to have a non-magical child, but with their Muggle backgrounds, I think Severus and Hermione would be able to raise her in such a way that she becomes well-adjusted and successful in the Muggle world. Thank you for the lovely review!

Jadecadence2014.01.11 - 01:12AM1: WillowSigned
This short story deserves to be added to the very short list of my fav's! :,)

Author's Response: Wow! Thank you so much!

jannor2014.01.06 - 06:36PM1: WillowSigned
Beautiful story and well written. Both me and my husband were quite well educated and not without intellect. Both my sons were never 'as clever' yet they both brought their own delight to us in various ways and we loved them unconditionally. The largest delight in the form of a granddaughter, nothing compares to that feeling of love.

Author's Response: Thank you for reading! I'm very happy people can relate to this little fic on such a solid level!

Unlaced2014.01.06 - 08:37AM1: WillowSigned
Beautiful story. The insight that you have given us into Severus' mind is remarkably true to the character. It was heart-breaking to read his pain and feeling of helplessness as he watched Willow's desperation for magical abilities. I could go on for ages about how much I enjoyed this story! Thank you so much for sharing! Xxx

Author's Response: Thank you for reading, Unlaced! I'm thrilled you enjoyed the story!

Sevschar2014.01.06 - 01:57AM1: WillowSigned
So beautifully written ; truth resonates from this story.

Author's Response: Thank you for reading, and I'm thrilled you enjoyed this little one-shot.

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