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Reviews for A Right Bastard

Novinha 2005.08.12 - 12:06PM 21: Destiny Rules Signed
Dear LariLee,

So I slowly make my way through ARB. I liked the 'Forced Binding' scene (even if the twist is so conventional ;) and even more so the following part with Tricia being courted by an Evil!Polititian. I must admit that I like Aubrey. I often like the guys behind the scene, pulling the strings. I'm a Richelieu fan, after all ;)

The bit about Trish getting married for the sake of the child and losing it touched me deeply - just a few weeks ago I was to a wedding of a classmate of mine and a few days ago she lost her baby. Life can be bloody unfair, sometimes.

I just wish Tricia weren't so stupid to have married a guy she didn't know for the child's sake. It rarely works out well. Marrying for the child's sake leads to an unhappy marriage. And an unhappy marriage is hardly the best for the child...

I am looking forward to reading more... And I am looking forward to more of you Gigolo story. I am a mean person and rarely review, but I am reading that one, too. Please update :D

Greetings from Poland. For you, your Betas and the Plot Bunnies.

Author's Response: Thank you, Novinha! I'm glad you're still with me on this. It's funny, but I see most of the politicians as actually having someone behind them, telling them what to do. Cardinal Richelieu? Or am I totally off base thinking the Three Musketeers?

It's terribly sad about your friend. I hope she is doing well. Tricia was 18 and saw a distinct lack of options in her future. But there are worse things than being unwed and pregnant.

Hopefully, we can get you to review more. :-)

greetings from Kentucky for you and yours!

redvelvetcanopy 2005.08.11 - 12:35PM 25: Expected Enemies and Unexpected Allies Signed
I may be reading more into this than you mean, but I am sort of visualizing Bradley as a very stupid Arnold-gov of CA right night. Former athlete turned politician. I hope that Arnold isn't as slimy and pathetic as Bradley, but it is just a little visual for me. I snorted coffee out my nose when Montgomery called Snape "Bub." Come to think of it, I can't believed he lived through that, but the line about Dark potions that require the "living of a lying man" is most priceless. I am not sure that I am trusting Deidre completely, of course. The cliffie is wonderful, and Mark Travers is completely evil, and I cannot wait for the update! Your plot bunnies seem to have been conferred quite amazing literary powers, given the way this is going! Excellent!

Author's Response: Thank you, redvelvetcanopy! There are a lot of stupid politicians who were former athletes or movie stars. :-) I shall say no more (I'm sure the FBI has complete directions to my house by now). I am so happy you're enjoying this! With my new 500 Word a Day quota, all my stories are actually going to be updated with some regularity.

redvelvetcanopy 2005.08.11 - 12:27PM 24: When Good Potions Go Bad Signed
The backstory about Flamel and Albus and their history is very cool to think about. I continue to adore the interplay between the War Hero Snape and the evil politicians. I do hope he foils their plots before they do any harm to Tricia or the wedding plans. I'm biting my nails a bit on that one, getting nervous. Snape's little bow across the gallery to Tricia was so touching and it was quite satisfying that it pissed off Aubrey and Montgomery. Sigh, I really falling for Beau and his gallant gentleman act. The interaction with Lulu was quite hilarious, her protecting her mistress against Snape's advances, though I realize that it uncovered a bit of uncertainty or vulnerabiluty, perhaps, in Tricia's mind. Excellent chapter Lisa!!

Author's Response: Thank you so much, redvelvetcanopy! I think the evil politicians will probably get better than they deserve. Beau is really a lot of fun to write, probably because he really just doesn't give a shit about most anything outside his family and his job. It gives me a lot of freedom. Tricia is in a very vulnerable place, but I think Snape at least has learned his lesson and is growing up a bit. Thank you again!

Luna M Lupin 2005.08.10 - 07:37PM 1: So Many Buttons, So Little Time Signed
I've read Snape and Hermione but it's really not my favorite thing, but Snape with your OC is amazing! I guess because I have no preconceived notions about her like I do Hermione. Anyway, your descriptions and scenes are fabulous. I can't believe I've never read this before now. Thanks for sharing your wonderful imagination, and I can't wait to read the rest!

Author's Response: Thank you so much, Luna M Lupin! I am so happy you're enjoying this! I'm working on the next chapter tonight, because I'm about two thirds of the way through with it. Thanks!

spitfirecrackre 2005.08.09 - 03:45AM 25: Expected Enemies and Unexpected Allies Signed
Horray for all the 25 chapters! I read them, succumbing to the forces of bad time management once again but what-the-hey! American politics finally seem clearer to me.

I think Snape is behaving exactly as he should and I figure that Ms Webster is going to play a very important role in the coming chapter/s.

Oh and if I'm right, I'll er...take one rabid bunny off your hands? SO please write s'more? huh? huh? What say you? ;)

Author's Response: Thank you so much, spitfirecrackre!

so you figured out that American politics is dirty. :-)

I'm so glad you like Snape in this. And about Ms. Webster? That's an interesting observation.

I'll give you to rabid plot bunnies. They are a little sickly because they were canon-shafted by HBP. I'm working on the next chapter now.


tomfelton 2005.08.06 - 08:57AM 25: Expected Enemies and Unexpected Allies Signed
evil evil you are evil evil evil you are evil how dare you stop here now? why aren't you giving me more? What the hell is wrong with you? Can't you see that this story rocks? When will you update this story? Don't you get i want more? evil evil you are evil evil evil you are evil how date you stop nowwwwww! an ode to your evillness and depriving me of the best snape oc fic ive read..and ive read many (Not to toot my own horn..of course *toot toot*) please update

Author's Response: LOL, tomfelton! I'm beginning to think that you might think I'm a little evil. :-) I'm happy you're enjoying the story and I am actively working on the next chapter. Thank you!

nhabes 2005.08.01 - 10:10PM 25: Expected Enemies and Unexpected Allies Signed
I love the story! Bad me, I didn't review the first time I read it, but I think it has more of a meaning for me to review after the second read. I love reading the real human emotion of Snape, honestly, that man can't be all mean. He has to have a soft side. Between you and me, I totally wish I were Tricia, just to have a man like that. Please keep the story coming. One question though, why does Snape want less and less time with Bradley? I would thought that it increased...

Author's Response: Thank you, nhabes! I am so happy you're enjoying this enough to read it twice! I will definitely keep up with this story until it's all told. Snape keeps a countdown of how much time with Bradley, because the more he gets to know about The Brad, the more he's convinced he could pack in enough damage in less time. And there's also a bit of "well, if I can't get this, can I get this instead" sort of bargaining. I do believe, one day, he may get some time alone with Bradley. :-)

Novinha 2005.08.01 - 09:32AM 14: A House is a Big Thing to Drop or Better Aim for the Ego Signed
If the sun doesn't rise in the morning, she'll figure out some way it's her fault

So Tricia is a Catholic, right? Isn't that we who ask what we did wrong when a lightbulb goes off?

It is still great fun. I like how your Snape is attractive and interesting and yet not really sweet or nice. I like his conflicted personality and how he won't accept or recognise his own feelings.

Congratulations on your Multifaceted nomination.

Greetings from Poland,


Author's Response: Thank you, Novinha! A Catholic friend of mine used to always sum it up as, "If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is around, do I still have to feel guilty?" :-) I'm Episcopal and he would always tell me that was "Catholic-lite" (half the guilt and half the social activities).

I'm glad you're still enjoying it!

and thank you, the Multifaceted nomination is a great honor

Greetings from Kentucky,


Apothecaria 2005.07.30 - 10:46PM 25: Expected Enemies and Unexpected Allies Signed
The catfight was delicious! And I'm continuing to enjoy all the political machinations.

Author's Response: Thank you so much, Apothecaria! The cat fight was one of my favorite-to-write scenes yet. I'm glad you're still enjoying it!

SeaIsleWitch 2005.07.30 - 09:34PM 25: Expected Enemies and Unexpected Allies Signed
LariLee, it was so entertaining! On the other hand, pure-blood politics were old-fashioned and as out of style as wide-sleeved robes. I appreciate the little details you pepper your stories with. I loved the sparing between Tricia and Diane. Did I mention the romance scene yet? I've said it before, and I'll say it again, you do know how to write those delicious scenes. Lulu is quite discrete and thoughtful in thinking about the after-sex munchies! Lots of fun and well done!

Author's Response: Thank you so much, SeaIsleWitch! I'm so happy you like that line because I enjoyed writing it and it's always a happy moment when someone likes the same thing I like. I am so happy you enjoyed this chapter! I'm going to start back on the next!

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