|07-12-2006 18:24 Rated 9
Oh, my, that was not the most explicit sex scene I've read, but it certainly was one of the hottest love scenes! It's funny how helping someone, as Snape does here, can break down all kinds of barriers. I do hope that Snape is decent to her, after. I wonder what he will do about Hagrid, not to mention Lupin . . . .
I'd also like to know a bit more about Jane's feelings and thoughts. And what will she think if she ever finds out that Snape had obliviated her before--I suppose the only way she could find out is if he told her. He seemed to feel rather guilty about it. I wonder how this will effect his feelings about the Obliviate.
I was interested in both her "admission" that Snape had been right about having a Squib at Hogwarts and in Snape's reaction, or non-reaction.
It's funny that you named her "Jane," as it always seems like a common, plain name, evoking a dull "Plain Jane," but in reality, I have known very few Janes in my life, and the few I have known haven't been ordinary or dull.