|Reviews for Shake My Hand|
| SW33TCH3RRY2014 chapter 1 . 3/1/2014
Girly Harry sucks...
| emily chapter 38 . 3/28/2013
one of the best stories about Drarry i have ever read, i super love the moments where Draco become so protective, and u have a good humor 2 in some parts of the story. Really can't wait for an update.
| CrimsonFeather24544 chapter 38 . 7/8/2012
Please Update! Don't leave me hanging! Keep up the awesome work;)
| LokistoletheTARDIS chapter 38 . 4/19/2012
I just finished the whole thing so far, and I love it! The only thing is I kinda liked Ron... Oh well, Draco so makes up for it! Great writing, and I really hope you continue with this version even with the new one, update please!
| Aria657 chapter 38 . 9/17/2011
Aww, this is sweet though I do like Ron and do think that he became friends with him because he actually likes him. But, I like his group of friends in this book too, it's cute! :) So for this story I'm ignoring the real characters personalities. I really love this! Do we get to see Sirius? I mean, Ron's rat really hasn't been mentioned, and they aren't friends, but I love Sirius and stuff. Oh well, update soon please!
| Draeconin chapter 4 . 8/14/2011
Sorry, no. An eleven-year-old's first thought is NOT going to be about politics and making Harry a Death Eater, especially when they believe Voldemort's dead. Bye.
| Draeconin chapter 1 . 8/14/2011
Pancakes and waffles - with syrup. Don't need to look at your bio to tell you're not a Brit - or did much if any research. British pancakes are more like French crepes, and are served with powdered sugar and lemon wedges. Waffles are almost non-existent, but are of the Belgian variety if served, but not with syrup. Cereal - either hot or cold - is the most common breakfast (healthier, too), with the occasional fry-up as a change of pace. The Dursleys spoil themselves, however, and usually have a fry-up (fried eggs, fried potatoes, probably beans [similar to pork and beans], with one or more of the following: bacon [back or side bacon is more likely than stripy bacon], fried sausage, fried mushrooms, fried tomatoes, fried bread [kippers are possible, but are more regional than widespread]). Of course other things might be served: toast, crumpets, scones, etc. Tea is usual, but coffee is becoming more common. Juice and milk for the kiddies.
Don't kid yourself: while there are similarities, there are also a LOT of differences between Brits and Yanks.
| ginnyweasly chapter 38 . 7/20/2011
sorry for not reviewing for a few chappies
| ginnyweasly chapter 34 . 7/20/2011
nice very funny* laughs non stop rolling on the floor*
| ginnyweasly chapter 33 . 7/20/2011
| ginnyweasly chapter 32 . 7/20/2011
great, wonderful as usual!
sorry for not writing last time!
| ginnyweasly chapter 30 . 7/20/2011
| ginnyweasly chapter 29 . 7/19/2011
DONT TELL ANY ONE BUT I REALLY AND TRULY THINK THAT DRACO IS REALL CUTE!Oand what song where u singing few chappies ago
ginnyweasly-jessica dean hudson
| ginnyweasly chapter 28 . 7/19/2011
FUNNY VERY FUNNY!
the story keeps surprising me, again and aganin!
| ginnyweasly chapter 27 . 7/19/2011