That was so beautiful. Two of my three favorite Potterverse characters together--what a treat! Remus Lupin is the other fave. Your characterizations were superb, and your view of Post-Voldemort Hogwarts seems very likely.
Author's Response: Thank you very much, I'm so glad you liked it!
Great! I really like your Ron... Too bad it's only a oneshot.
I'm afraid I can't review much more, because my English is just good enough to make me read fanfictions but not enough to write in this language myself... but I like your story. Thanks!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! And I think your English is very good :)
This isn't a pairing that you see very often but you did a wonderful job with it. So many people write Ron as a rather clueless lump. You gave him depth in this story. I'd love to see you write more with this pair.
Author's Response: Thanks! It was difficult to write but I had fun with it. Glad you enjoyed it :)
Wow! This was really good. I liked how you showed Ron as a real person, an unsung hero really who never complained about not being noticed but continued instead to be the hero by taking harder jobs. It shows Ron as having evolved as a person while still having love for his friends instead of the jealously he always seemed to harbor in his earlier years. I loved the fact that Severus, being the ex-spy that he is, had the ability to see past the facade in order to see Ron. I mean if there is one person that could see people for who they really are, it would be Severus. Hope you do an epilogue showing them years later and how their relationship changed things for them. Never thought of a Ron/Severus pairing before, thank you.
Author's Response: Wow, thanks very much! I really appreciate you reading and taking the time to review this. I read a few Ron/Severus fics awhile back and they kind of stuck with me for some reason, and I decided to try one of my own. It's one of those pairings that I think has a lot of potential, but no fan base, haha. I'm also not a really big Ron fan, as far as canon goes, and most people write him so goofily that I can't take him seriously. It's hard to write him as both interesting, and in-character. Thanks again!