There are only 2 reviews here but these 2 reviews are exactly what I needed. I needed these reviews for my best resume editing services and I am just so glad that I have got the reviews.
First, I'll say I completely disagree with the last review. Disgusting is way too strong a word, it seemed much more realistic to me. Sometimes partners don't do things exactly as we like. Anyway.
I came here via your Triatha Ron fic. One of the aspects I liked about that story is that the Trio were all still good friends, which is unfortunately much too uncommon with non-canon pairings.
I hardly ever like Hermione with anyone but Ron; he's my favorite character and fandom doesn't not have good history regarding him in Hermione/not-Ron stories. So I've skimmed quite a few of your stories, which I initially approached with a lot of trepidation, but I'm generally impressed.
I did note in my Triatha Ron review that I don't usually like Ron slash-I see Ron as very straight-so I think you might rely a little too heavily on gay!Ron in some of your Hermione stories, though obviously that's a matter of taste.
In this story I'm happy that it's clear she cared (and cares) a great deal for Ron. Her relationship with Ron isn't evident in all of your work but it's much more common than in fandom in general.
Your Snape and Draco are somewhat of a stretch from canon, to me, but they seem to be particularly tough characters to make into believable love interests without having to fix something.
So this is getting pretty long winded so I'll close by saying fandom does make it awfully hard for this Ron to like Hermione/not-Ron fic but I think I've finally found an author that makes me want to read more of it.
Author's Response: I'm glad that I've written things that allow you to go outside your circle of comfort. Thank you for letting me know what you thought regarding this story, I really appreciate the feeback.
It is wonderful to hear more about their ongoing lives and you write that relationship as freshly and believably as always however I have to take issue with the name - to ignore the strong feelings of the other parent is revolting behaviour and undermines the relationship! It would not matter if the objection made no sense at all - it should not be dismissed! Their behaviour over this issue was disgusting!
Author's Response: While I acknowledge your opinion on this subject, I feel that I made it pretty clear in the fic why those names were chosen. What's more, it's not as if Hermione wasn't careful to talk over the situation with Severus. Although it may not have been the model of perfect relationship behavior, I find that very few relationships support such behavior all of the time. So, fair enough, I reserve the right to disagree.