Reviews for Yes, She's a Girl
dennisud chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
You made my wish come true!

Giving us a wonderful Harry/Hermione story, but relieving us of those dreadful Hocrux infested last books! plus allowing the Champions to be friends!



P.S.- Not enough Luna moments though!
MaeSilverpaws1 chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
I really liked this story... It made me smile all the way through.

Thanks for a great fun read!

BrandiAlyssa chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
I'm always delighted to see a chem prof story in my inbox and this was no different. I enjoy Triwizard stories where the champions get along and become friends, very much along the lines of the international cooperation that Hermione mentions to Ron during the book. My favorite pairing coming together is certainly great too.

I look forward to your next piece.
R chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
interesting plot.
Fibinaci chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
awesome Prof, perfect pacing in the changes in their relationship as the story went on. While I do enjoy reading stories where Harry suddenly smells the coffee and begins telling Hermione quite eloquently how he loves her from conspicuously handy mountain tops, the fact is hes a boy raised in a closet, not a latter day Don Juan.
MariusDarkwolf chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
Great story as always. Loved it
alix33 chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
"Ron had completely embarrassed himself by asking Fleur Delacour in the middle of the Entrance Hall. Ginny was trying to console him without success, partly because she was having difficulty controlling her mirth at his predicament." - I would have sucked at consoling Ron too, on account of laughing even harder than Ginny did.

"Ron scowled, although this had been what he'd expected. "What about me, then?" he complained." - Well, it wasn't either of your best friends who screwed you like that with your school robes still on now, was it, Ronald Bilius Weasley?

"Parvati was the first one Harry spotted, looking very pretty in robes of shocking pink that caught his eye." - Every time I read about Parvati wearing shocking pink to the ball, I wish with every fibre of my being I had gumption enough to wear something shocking pink anywhere really. But as my crying jags after scary driving lessons on three lane highways in Johannesburg peak traffic in the past and the results of online sorting hats prove (I am always either a 'puff or a 'claw) I have no gumption whatsoever.

"Upon reaching the correct room on the fifth floor, Harry gave the password and they hurried in. While Harry tucked away the invisibility cloak, Hermione sealed the door to ensure that they'd be undisturbed. Then they looked around, and were astonished at what they found. The facility was absurdly opulent. What sensible person could ever think that schoolchildren should have a bathroom with a candle filled chandelier, a white marble sunken swimming pool sized bath, surrounded at the edges with a hundred golden taps, each spewing a different special effect of foamy water … and a diving board?" - As someone who has for the longest time preferred showers anyway and who has had to have the bath in my flat ripped out and replaced with a shower cubicle because even the newly replaced bath leaked into the flat downstairs (I live on the top floor of my block of flats/apartment building), I always WISH that the prefects'' bathroom had equally opulent shower cubicles whenever I read of that room in either fics or canon.

"both removed their dressing gowns. It was another eye-opener for Harry. Although Hermione wore a plain red one-piece tank suit, it revealed even more of her figure than her dress robes had. Seeing what he was staring at, Hermione crossed her arms and sighed. "Harry, I'm a fifteen year old girl. I have breasts. Deal with it," she demanded, albeit with a touch of amusement. While he stammered and tried to reign in his thoughts," - Hehehe, poor Harry!

"with the aid of a clever charm by Hermione to waterproof some parchment and ink," - That bit about waterproofing the parchment and ink reminded me of the anecdote about the millions of dollars muggle NASA (if indeed they are/were muggles) spent to develop a pen that would write in a space shuttle/module, while the Russians just used pencils.

"Good night," she added softly. Then she leaned in and gave him a quick kiss on the cheek. Harry surprised both of them by returning the gesture and giving her a brief peck of his own. "Good night," he responded breathlessly. Then he hurried over to his own stairs, and two pink-faced teens hastened up to bed without saying another word." - AW!

"But lets get back and get you out of the water," - "let's get back".

"a meeting was announced for all four champions, this time in the room off the Great Hall where they had originally gathered after being selected by the Goblet of Fire. Hermione accompanied him to the Great Hall, and let him know she'd wait there until he was finished. To her surprise, she was joined by Cho Chang, who was evidently doing the same for Cedric. She shot her a brief half-smile of acknowledgement before sitting down at the end of the Gryffindor table. "We seem to both be in the same boat," the older Chinese girl observed. Hermione turned to see that she'd seated herself at the Hufflepuff table, which was next to Gryffindor. "Two faithful witches supporting our men in this great adventure." Hermione considered and discarded a feminist retort objecting to women being relegated to a supporting role" - Would Hermione have quoted any well-known British feminist in her retort? do you know?

"Hermione attended, of course, as did Cedric and Cho, and to Harry's surprise, Fleur. She was in England interviewing for a job at Gringotts," - Good luck, Fleur! I loathe job interviews with every fibre of my being. My current job- copy editor - I got after a couple of days' trail period, no interview whatsoever, and I would much rather do that than any interviews for any subsequent jobs.

"To his initial delight, Draco was enrolled in Durmstrang. Unfortunately, his father's name carried no weight at the German school; to the contrary Viktor Krum's friendship with Harry and Draco's inability to keep his mouth shut about his antipathy for the Boy Who Lived ensured his relegation to the bottom of the social order. The last time anyone heard of him, he'd joined a pureblood supremacist movement in Eastern Europe. He was eventually captured in a failed robbery attempt to secure funding, and spent the rest of his life in prison." - Yay!
pfeil chapter 1 . 10/16/2011
"Who else would it be, Ron?"

A perfect throw-away comment :)
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