|Reviews for Draco's Boy|
| Helen J Haslam chapter 21 . 1/14
Totally read that last section twice :-D
| Helen J Haslam chapter 20 . 1/14
I frigging love Ron
| Helen J Haslam chapter 19 . 1/14
Mwahaha! Poor Ron and Blaise!
Seriously though, I massively respected the gender roll-reversal in this chapter. Harry wasn't in control of himself and about to be abused by trollop-face. It was very sensitively done and I had my heart in my mouth.
Thank you for writing such an awesome scene (and I'm not just talking about Draco's near miss with Harry's trousers *swoon*)
| Helen J Haslam chapter 18 . 1/14
Ohmygodboys STOP FIGHTING :'-(
| Helen J Haslam chapter 17 . 1/14
The parallels between The Philosopher's Stone and Harry's first lesson with Snape here, compared with the outcome and then his response to Neville sort of made me do a dance of joy. Gleeful I think is the word.
| Helen J Haslam chapter 16 . 1/14
Harry's slow decent in to love, lust and infatuation is utterly, utterly delightful! Hopefully now all the harrowing stuff is behind him he can begin to enjoy a few things in life!
I sort of squealed when the horse's name was Buckbeak ;-)
| Helen J Haslam chapter 15 . 1/14
Well if I cried at the bloody biscuits, you can bet I cried at the acceptance letter. And the sodding tree essay? You're evil. Brilliant, but slightly evil.
| Helen J Haslam chapter 14 . 1/14
The first half of this chapter was explosive and oddly satisfying. Hopefully they can all move on now!
The second half was utterly, utterly charming. When they were telling their story, sneaking in little bits of cannon, I just loved it. But Harry showing Draco his secret garden; priceless. Such a vulnerable moment for Harry, and Draco, for once, didn't put his foot in it ha ha. Loved it xxx
| Helen J Haslam chapter 13 . 1/14
When Draco tipped his biscuits onto Harry's plate I cried. I actually cried.
| Helen J Haslam chapter 10 . 1/14
Well...that was pretty tough. Poor Harry! He's become so hard, I guess that's to be expected. But poor Draco too, so oblivious and hurt :-(
| Helen J Haslam chapter 9 . 1/14
Oh that just about broke my heart. All their reactions were spot on, especially Narcissa's. I don't blame her for putting Draco first, it's just so sad for Harry. Gah! I have to keep reading!
| Helen J Haslam chapter 6 . 1/14
I really love the way you've slightly twisted Snape's character into this reimagining, very well done! And bless little cranky Harry and Draco :-D
| Helen J Haslam chapter 4 . 1/14
That was wonderful! I loved the way you reimagined all the characters, and actually I think it's very appropriate that you left out Ron, Hermione, even Neville. It keeps the focus on Draco (which is what everyone wants after all lol) I'm sure Harry will pay for it still, but it was all worth it for now :-D
| Helen J Haslam chapter 3 . 1/14
Heart breaking :-(
| Helen J Haslam chapter 2 . 1/14
That was so sweet it actually brought a tear to my eye! Sorry, I have a feeling I'm going to leave a lot of reviews lol ;-) xxx