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Reviews for The Unconditional Vow

LadySeverus 2009.10.15 - 09:33PM 61: The Hardest Word Signed
Darn that brother for showing up like that! And to cap it all he's the loud, confident, handsome, friendly guy that everyone likes...exactly the type that Sev doesn't like (can you say James Potter?). Ouch. And yeah, as the conversation went on I was cringing with Tess. Come on, PLEASE give Sev a break! Off to read more now...

Author's Response: You most certainly can say James Potter, with some of Sirius's good looks thrown in. Was this deliberate? Of course! Thanks for reading and reviewing.

star_girl 2009.10.15 - 04:27PM 61: The Hardest Word Signed
Poor, poor Severus. His jealousy is palpable, as is his sense of inadequacy. On the precipice of laying his soul bear, only to have it smashed once more. The portcullis goes down again...

Author's Response: His insecurities are more prominent than ever in this chapter and, after a lifetime of hiding his emotions, he tries to verbalise them, only to be foiled again. These are the moments which can prevent us from moving and changing. Does he have the strength to overcome them?

makaem 2009.10.15 - 01:09PM 61: The Hardest Word Signed
Did Dumbledore do that on purpose? Or do they just have rotten luck when it comes to timing?

Author's Response: You ask an excellent question; I intend to leave the reader to ponder Dumbledore's part in this. Regardless, they do have rotten luck. It's as if the world's trying to tell them something. Will they listen?

Rose of the West 2009.10.14 - 01:12PM 61: The Hardest Word Signed
That seemed a bit random. Why is Severus jealous of a brother? As long as he's waited to have this conversation, why should another day or two make a difference? And why has Contessa suddenly acted as though she's forgotten Severus's existence?

Author's Response: I could answer your questions, but there are plenty of clues in the writing.

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