|Reviews for Breach of Trust|
| dude356 chapter 12 . 8/14
I really like the idea of Hermione not only being a descendent of Gryffindor and Ravenclaw, but the granddaughter of McGonagall too. I also really like the idea of it being setup so that Hermione couldn't be accused of benefiting from favoritism because of her relationship to one of her teachers. A mutual decision to obliviate her of her knowledge of her true ancestry to that end was a nice way of handling it.
That said, my brain did melt a bit there for a while trying to keep up with who was who and who was talking to which character, especially during the scene where they talked to the portrait of Ravenclaw. I don't know if it was just me, but it got a bit difficult for me the more family background we got.
Otherwise, it's a very good story with a nice blend of the soulbond trope, the called debts trope and the "Harry and Hermione shun (a third of) the Weasleys after Molly, Ginny and Ron conspire to potion them and get caught" trope. The idea of making them grin and bear it in public when they find out that Harry and Hermione are married rather than there being a bunch of arrests or a public fracturing of the light side that Voldemort and the other darksiders would try to take advantage of is a great one. It makes the point that you don't have to get along completely (or at all) to fight against a common enemy together. Making Percy basically an unmarked death eater thanks to his determination to kiss the ass of anyone he can to gain power for himself, regardless of their actions or their motives, was the logical conclusion to draw from his actions in the books.
This was a good read and I appreciate you posting it.
| lilyflower50 chapter 12 . 6/12
yay more please and can you update your other stories
| LadyRoyal chapter 3 . 5/6
When McGonagall was talking about her daughter I was thinking that Hermione was possibly her granddaughter but I passed it off as a stupid idea then I turn around and look at what I see Hermione calling McGonagall's daughter mom. Damn how the hell did I know.
| stacygrrl2002 chapter 12 . 4/5
a bit hard to follow in places, like something was deleted accidentally when posted, but interesting.
| stacygrrl2002 chapter 8 . 4/5
it would not surprise me in the least to learn that dumbles manipulated harrys, sirius, lily, james etc to tiny details even more than was ever revealed. probably even made up the prophecy and directed toms development into a dark wizard, and severus into his darkness etc.
| stacygrrl2002 chapter 7 . 4/5
very interesting so far
| stacygrrl2002 chapter 3 . 4/4
| MastrDragn chapter 12 . 1/25
Maybe some day this will get finished, and I can read more.
| Mionefan chapter 7 . 12/18/2017
This is a very good story, but it's very confusing to follow, especially with all the characters that were not in canon. The plot twists and changes are also hard to keep track of, but other than that, I'm hoping that you will continue and finish the story, as well as "After Sunrise".
| Rori Potter chapter 12 . 12/1/2017
Amazing! Update soon.
| slytherinsal chapter 12 . 11/17/2017
| slytherinsal chapter 8 . 11/17/2017
JKR left plotholes you can drive the knightbus through ...
| emmabrady chapter 12 . 11/17/2017
great story are you going to finish it...please I would really like to knkw what happens next..
| TheHarmoniousWitch chapter 6 . 7/12/2017
There's a reason there wasn't any protection around the diadem. A. It was in Hogwarts in a room that next to no one knew about. B. The diadem was believed to be lost, so people would believe that it was just gone forever. C. Voldemort didn't have time to put protections on it, he made it a Horcrux after he attempted to apply for the DADA position. Oh, by the way, I love this fanfiction. Try following my newly created fanfiction Daughter of Merlin: Finding Her Bonded. It's a Harry Potter Fanfiction.
| desireejones99 chapter 12 . 7/5/2017
great stories hope you are soing well, thanks for the wonderful entertainment