|Reviews for Arms of A Dark Angel|
| beargirl1393 chapter 2 . 1/7/2017
I felt really bad for Harry, with how confused he must have been, but at least Severus was able to explain why he had to act the way he did. At least they can spend time together now, even if it's through the guise of detentions and such. Poor Severus is in for a heck of a year, though, considering how much trouble Harry & Co. get into during their first year.
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/5/2017
I love the bracelet idea, it's a great way to let Severus keep track of Harry's wellbeing without having to worry about getting found out. A tracking spell of some sort would probably leave a trace, the bracelets probably don't. I'm really intrigued by that Fetching spell, it would have made some things in HP universe a lot easier if J.K. Rowling had thought of that. Also, Severus getting angry at Petunia and Vernon for lying to Harry is one of my favorite things (I'm a weird person, I know).
Also, four year old Harry thinking that Severus was an angel, one different from the others because /he's/ different, is adorable (and a bit sad since Harry really does believe he's a freak).
Severus feeling that Harry is his secret son is sweet, and a bit heartbreaking since he planned to keep Harry from knowing who he was, and so his 'secret son' would've hated him if it wasn't for finding out who Harry was.
Is it okay to ask a question? It says that it took Severus almost three days to bring down the fever and fix the damage to Harry's lungs. But then it says that the fever broke after 48 hours? And that Severus can only use the Time Turner for two days at a time before the Ministry notices?
And I know it's probably a little mean, but picturing how shocked Severus looks when Harry realizes that his potions' teacher is his 'dark angel'...I laugh every time.
| slytherinsal chapter 37 . 12/27/2016
I wonder how Ron would have liked to have had the first eleven years of Harry's life; he surely then would have appreciated the loving home he has
| slytherinsal chapter 36 . 12/27/2016
it was a hare anyway, and they don't taste the same as a rabbit. She DID ask for rabbit ...
that was a kleenexe moment ... lovely
| slytherinsal chapter 32 . 12/27/2016
He'll pick up a LOT of history from Stephen Saylor too, I hope the punishment of a parricide didn't give him nightmares, it did me and I was 17 when I read it. Reading about Eco ought to help his instincts of compassion too.
| slytherinsal chapter 29 . 12/27/2016
Why is Rellah telling lies? Dandelion flowers are perfectly safe, one uses them to make dandelion wine, or dandelion tea to alleviate bladder and kidney problems. The milky fluid in the stems is too bitter to want to ingest, but it's a handy relief against insect bites and stings and indeed other skin conditions. I've made both tea and wine for my own cystitis using dandelion flowers; the leaves have some efficacy. NO part of the common dandelion is poisonous [unless as an American you have a different plant which you call dandelion, same as how your sycamore is a plane tree, not a maple, as ours is]. The root can be dried to make ersatz coffee but also yields a rather pretty magenta/pink dye. The leaves are perfectly good salad leaves.
A magical place indeed, even bears there! are they descendants of dancing bears who escaped, or are they the last of the bears who last roamed Britain over a thousand years ago? It would be nice to think that some of the captive imports were able to escape and make a home for themselves.
| slytherinsal chapter 20 . 12/26/2016
| slytherinsal chapter 19 . 12/26/2016
Good antidotes and aftercare though
| slytherinsal chapter 18 . 12/26/2016
I have to query the poison as it has disturbed my cheerful bubble of suspension of disbelief. I write murder mysteries for a living, so I need to call you on this. arsenic would not work that fast in so small a quantity. Arsenic is a long term poisoner's choice because in large enough doses to kill right away, chances are the victim might puke up enough to survive. It needs to have been fed methodically over months for a final larger dose to be effective, and unless a chocolate frog is huge,you couldn't get enough in it to be a lethal dose. Which would begin working about 3 hours after ingestion. And no wizard would use anything so hit and miss. and very few poisons do actually work that quickly. More certain would be Thalium, which looks like flu and can only be dealt with by chelating it with Prussian blue, or ricin which also looks like flu and is pretty much untreatable. I'd have thought any wizard however would have applied Golapott ruthlessly in order to make sure that a blended antidote [requiring an efficacy of more than the strength of the poison as Golapott;s third law clearly states] is too difficult to prepare in time.
I would have thought that if it's Quirrel doing it, Taxine would have symmetry as his wand wood is yew. Nasty poison, taxine.
| Kiku-Goldenflower chapter 47 . 12/17/2016
| SpiffingG chapter 47 . 11/25/2016
Are you going to make a sequel for this? If yes that would be amazing, I can easily say this is my second favourite fanfic, next to one I read a long time ago called the black angel or something like that which also revolved around snape and Harry. That's how I found this story, I was trying to find the one I had already read to read it again and it brought me to something amazing :)
| Natesume chapter 47 . 10/26/2016
I would love a sequel
| me and MY girls chapter 1 . 10/14/2016
x mm, ,bkxm my NV, ,,,,,c m BBC, ,,,b"c. nm
| AnwenPrince chapter 47 . 9/14/2016
I really enjoyed this story, as I have enjoyed many of your stories. I do hope that you decide to write a sequal, or at least some side stories of the adventures of Hogwarts with Boreal now in the mix! Please continue writing your wonderful stories!
| Guest chapter 41 . 9/3/2016
This chapter is making it seem like Harry only has Ron as a friend to use him...