|Reviews for Snape's Oceans|
| queenie chapter 35 . 6/1
I almost didn't read this. I had started a lot of bad stories lately and just really needed to find a good one. I'm glad I took a chance on this one.. It was quite wonderful.
| vickety chapter 35 . 4/12
This was unforgettable. Thank you so much!
| Vitellia chapter 35 . 3/15
This is a beautiful story. Your characters, major and minor, are realistic and appealing, and you write about grief with such empathy and understanding. As a mother, I liked the way you wrote Hermione's relationship with her children, and Rose and Hugo were both wonderful characters. I really liked the scene where Hugo was telling Hermione why her new relationship gave him hope for himself, as well as the scene where Snape wakes up to find Rose staring at him. You're a wonderful writer, and if the reason you don't have any new stories here is that you're writing original fiction, I'd love it if you'd PM and tell me, because I'd like to read it.
| Guest chapter 24 . 3/12
I adore the little extra detail of his inner snake's comments
| Guest chapter 35 . 2/21
Your story was well thought out from beginning to end and developed in a very organic manner.
I enjoyed the adventure you set Severus and Hermione on very much.
Thank you for sharing it.
| Guest chapter 12 . 2/13
Figs have the dead, dissolved body of a female wasp in them. I liked them until I learned that fact.
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 35 . 2/5
truly a heart-wrenching story of love and resilience
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 34 . 2/5
i adore the relationships developing between snape and/her children1
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 30 . 2/5
I cried during this chapter
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 19 . 2/5
and already it was dire omg I'm dying of laughter
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 13 . 2/5
the massage scene was actually quite tender and sweet.
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 12 . 2/5
not the most strategic choice roflmao
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 9 . 2/5
| CaliforniaCougar chapter 8 . 2/5
hahahaha I love the running rant.
| Five Shades chapter 35 . 2/1
As a woman who has experienced widowhood at the tender age of 20 (I’m 43 now, happily married again), this story resonated deeply with me. So beautiful. Thank you for sharing this.