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Very convincing, as always. I loved Snape's rather panicked tumble into a new (for him) sexual approach and Lupin's response to it. And I loved the picture of them gardening side to side. You do like love in a warm climate, don't you? :)
Author's Response: Thank you! Love in a warm climate? Never thought of it that way - I prefer cooler, myself. :D
"I'm not gay."
Lupin sipped his cooling tea. "I don't believe that's a requirement for living in New Zealand."
That bit got me laughing helplessly. :^)
I've been a fan since I first read Power Play some time ago. In fact I've reread it several times and I still think it among the best of these sort of fics. It was great to see you'd written a sequel with Artemis as well!
But back to this one, I always like to see someone pursue Snape. It has always seemed to me that he doesn't have the self-confidence in that arena to be the one who makes the first move.
Anyway, nice job as usual. :^)
Author's Response: So glad you enjoyed it! (and I agree about Snape) Thanks for commenting.
Very very nice. But what was the answer to Snape's riddle of "places of opposite degree"? I couldn't figure that out...
Author's Response: Ah. Opposite degrees of latitude and longitude. Lame, but the best I could come up with for a few words. I'm glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for commenting.
12-03-2007 03:54 Rated 9
I really liked this story. I was enthralled by the way you maintained the tension between the two main characters, and I was pleased by the way you maintained what I think is the integrity of Snape's character. You did not have him change into a simpering, love-lorn, lost soul type, which, in my mind, was just the right way to "handle" him. You kept him at arm's length, as it were, just as he did Lupin. I liked this very much.
Author's Response: I can see Snape as being quite lost when he no longer has anything to fight against, (assuming JKR lets him live!) but I don't see that making him any less prickly. Thank you for your kind words.
11-03-2007 17:51 Rated 10
I can really relate to this. It made me feel angry in some parts, extremely sad in others. Sometimes I just wanted to shout at Snape and Lupin. Brilliant.
Author's Response: Thank you! - I, too, wanted to shout at them once or twice. ;-)
29-11-2006 22:55 Rated 10
This is beautiful. I love the short vignette format; they say so much yet just enough.
Author's Response: Thank you!
25-11-2006 07:31 Rated 10
I really think your writing is quite lovely. I'm not sure about how true to canon your characters were ... but I liked your characterizations. The one thing I didn't really understand was why it took Snape so long to give in, what kept him mechanically repeating "I'm not gay" ... I found myself wondering, if it's not the label, then what is it? Then again, as a girl who's struggling with similar issues, I guess I can kind've comprehend it ...
One of my favorite parts has to be this one:
Lupin silenced him with a raised hand. "It's all right, Severus." He gave Snape a wan smile. "I appreciate your concern, though."
Snape nodded and tried not to look as though he'd been thinking only of himself.
So Lupin, and so very Snape. Cheers, and keep writing!
Author's Response: My thoughts on Snape were that he'd been raised - and always considered himself - as the "default sexuality," ie, heterosexual. I don't imagine he had much time - or reason - to think about it, either. I see his repeating the phrase because at first he believes it, then he is afraid to question it, then he clings to it as one of the last remnants of his now shattered world. Glad you enjoyed the story, and thanks for reviewing.
24-11-2006 07:35 Rated 10
Lovely story. I liked your structure and form very much.
Author's Response: Thank you!
your story was a bit jumpy at the start. It gave the impression that you didn't want to write the 'unfun' narrative to join the bits you enjoyed writing. you got better at it.
I don't usually read gay stories, not that I have a problem with gayness, but I don't think Sirius, Remus, and Harry, or even Snape, are gay.
I think you could have better developed the growth of friendship between them. after all, in PoA, Snape hated Lupin.
I hope I didn't upset you. I'm off to see if you have written any others.
Author's Response: That's a very valid criticism. In fact, it brings up a problem I frequently have in my stories. I didn't explain well in the A/Ns, but when I started writing this, it was just five drabbles to fit the prompt Genfic. A few crazed people encouraged me to keep going (they wanted to see Lupin succeed) so I went on for four more weeks fitting the story around the prompts War and Peace, Temptation, Ask Me, and Revenge. Including those elements is one reason the segments seem a bit choppy. After that – about half way through, I couldn't keep to the prompts any longer, and I think that's were the flow picks up a bit. I think Snape did hate Lupin, but as an adult, I think it was more out of habit than anything else. Thanks for taking the time to comment, and also for being willing to give my other stories a try.
23-11-2006 11:37 Rated 10
Author's Response: Thank you.
23-11-2006 09:51 Rated 9
Interesting premise and well-written.
Author's Response: Thank you!
23-11-2006 04:19 Rated 9
Awe wondeful fic. It was cute. I liked Lupin thretening Draco, and when Severus admitted he was afraid. I loved it!
Author's Response: Thank you. Yes, poor Snape had an awful lot to deal with just then.