Date: 04/27/2007 09:11 AM Title: Knowing When to Accept Help
It's always great to see another Fred/Angelina story. They really don't get enough attention in canon or fandom. I loved the background you provided about Angelina, making her a much more solid character and the flashbacks helped the story develop nicely. I was say I was surprised that it ended so quickly, I was expecting Angelina to have to win back Fred's affections but I was glad to see a happy ending. These two deserve it!
Author's Response: Thanks very much for the review. I agree as well about them not getting much attention in canon or fanon, thus why I wanted to write this. Don't worry though, this isn't actually the end of this story, just the introduction. I have more planned for this storyline.
Date: 03/02/2007 05:35 PM Title: The Results of Helpfulness
Awwww. I'm so glad you updated and finished the story! I loved the part about the twins torturing Harry. And the knickers. And the resolution between them was very sweet. I like the details about her hair - something that's only barely touched on in canon, and adds a touch of reality to the story (don't all women have issues with their hair???). And the slash is George/Lee! Great addition.
Date: 03/01/2007 02:11 PM Title: When Helpfulness is Thwarted
OMG did you hear that gasp from Texas? This so good I can’t wait to read the rest of it, it’s just that good.
I think everyone just about had Lee's reaction when they read that bit.
Date: 03/01/2007 11:43 AM Title: Knowing When to Accept Help
The banter is perfect. I love how well it flows. You did a great job with Lee he is confident but not arrogant. The view of the ally was just right you could see the whole street laid out before you.
I adore Lee. I am glad that he comes off more charming than arrogant... because really, he's the heart of the piece I think.
*looks forward to what you'll think of the next bits*
Date: 03/01/2007 06:46 AM Title: Knowing When to Accept Help
This I an interesting fic so far. I like stories that have the POV of minor characters like Angelina – providing another view into our favorite main characters and their storyline. And I like that you addressed the racial issues and prejudices in Britain and the wizarding world. I’m curious to see where the slash comes in.
Author's Response: Thanks for taking the time to read and review this. I really enjoy exploring the POVs of minor characters like Angelina. It helps that I've got years worth of background on her character from when I was massively involved in Role Playing. I do want to address some of the predjudices using her character and this is just really an intro into this story. Thanks again. I'll be updating with the next chapter today.