Reviews For A Shadow of Trust
Name: darkwillowywitch reviewed Awakening on Apr 05, 2009 03:12 pm
This is starting off really good. Please continue
Name: white--ferret reviewed Awakening on Dec 30, 2007 08:59 am
Really good- I absolutley am pleased with it!
Name: Kattycat reviewed Awakening on Aug 25, 2006 03:52 am
It's hard to understand Ginny's decision to just sneak an unconcious Malfoy to her room. I guess she has to be the kinda girl who takes care of all three legged frogs and injured bunnies etc.
Be careful Ginny, this time you found a ferret!

Author's Response: Ginny, I believe, will be questioning her decision, too. She's been acting without thinking a bit too much.
Name: WG13 reviewed Awakening on Aug 24, 2006 04:36 pm
Himmm... has Ginny lost her marbles? Just coz she knocked out a guy; it doesn't mean that she sneaks him home!

Looking forward to seeing how this one goes... And how Ginny manages to keep a secret like this.

Author's Response: Ginny doesn't really know why she's doing it, and the secret-keeping.. well, let's just say that will be the least of her worries.
Name: KateinVA reviewed Awakening on Aug 24, 2006 01:26 pm
Ginny, Ginny, young men are not wounded puppies or kittens. How on earth are you going to hide an unfortunate blond Slytherin boy in a house filled with people?

I can't wait to see how Malfoy really reacts to being in his nemesis' home, with Ginny knowing his secrets. And who has knocked the tar out of him?

Ignorance, she thought scornfully, is only bliss until curiosity takes over.

Truer words have never been spoken. Pardon my French, but curiosity is a bitch.

Author's Response: I'm trying to decide if that first bit is directed at me or my [rather insane] character. Poor Malfoy. He really is rather trapped. And Kate--oh, Kate, how I adore you. Curiosity is much too insistent.
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