Date: 11/07/2006 09:56 AM Title: Cartography of Fire
OMG! Okay, you can have George...I want Remus! All growly and just....wow. Told you I had some catching up to do as far as reading goes, glad I picked this series! Off to the next.
Author's Response: Hey there- sorry to be late in replying. So glad that you enjoyed this series, and I hope that you enjoy all of them. And I want *both* George and Remus, lol!
Date: 08/16/2006 07:32 AM Title: Cartography of Fire
OMG, Yes ! I Love this pairing.
<>The ghostly Professor Binns had suddenly realized that he was dead and had immediately retired. LOL That is a riot!
<>Oh and how I love the twins portrait argueing with themselves, so George could defend his honor. LOL
The ending to this fic, is...very exciting. You are a fanstastic author.
Author's Response: Thank you!! So pleased that you liked Binns' sudden departure, and Fred and George's portrait-selves arguing with each other. And glad the, um, bodily resolution with each other did something for you.
Date: 06/11/2006 09:23 AM Title: Cartography of Fire
I am indeed into the rare pairings...this was nothing short of delightful! Your George is a pleasure, with just the right amont of self-deprecation to make him utterly irresistable. And, I loved how you have presented him as the short, stocky Weasley, as per canon! Nothing against the lovely Phelps boys, but...well, I digress. And while George clearly and painfully misses his twin, he isn't morose or maudlin, and sums things up rather nicely: Fred wouldn't have wanted it that way. (Loved the portrait bits! Great!) And what romance! I loved Lupin's interest in the magics of the ancient stones; so many aspects of the story, but not enough space here to comment. From the Weasley's Christmas gathering, to the bit with Draco at Hogwarts; George's affinity for the colour green; Lupin's lusty growl (!!); to the hilarious bit where George fusses over his reply, while the owl stares at him...excellent! So wonderfully erotic, to boot!
Author's Response: I'm so glad you enjoyed this; truly, this story is so dear to my heart. Once I got these two together (and let me assure you, it took me quite a while to figure out how to do it believably!) I didn't want to stop writing them. I'm pleased you're enjoying this series as much as the others, even if it's earlier in my writing history. I am especially glad JKR lets portrait-folk interact; I couldn't bear for George truly to be alone without Fred. I adore writing Remus; so very happy that you find these two an erotic pairing. It is *definitely* a rarepair, especially as a series. Thank you so much for your wonderful, thoughtful comments!