|Reviews for Snape Gets His|
| Vipertongue chapter 47 . 3/14
I know I was warned. . but you still made me cry.
| StormDragonfly chapter 7 . 3/12
I really do want to enjoy this story, but Ailie's behavior keeps throwing wet water on it. Snape didn't do anything to her other than save her life, then finally defend himself when she kept attacking him and he needed to get her to listen. Yet he's at fault? I thought we were moving the narrative beyond it, then this again. "I owe you and I will pay you back for what you've done to me. And I can steal your wand. Ha!"
For a Harry Potter story, there's just been too much focus on a made up character that is neither Muggle nor Magical. She just doesn't fit, & bringing her back in so many times as immature, unreasonable and bent on a baseless vengeance makes her the villain, not a protagonist. I hope to see some character growth in Ailie that earns her that title, or more of Snape & Hermione instead.
| drasticactions chapter 47 . 1/8
This was an interesting story, and definitely different than other stories I've read. The ending was a bit bittersweet but lets be honest since the story started before the war something had to happen, though I admit I'm bummed she didn't work a way around it, but that is life.
| dyeyell chapter 47 . 9/12/2013
I hate this epilogue. I mean, it was well written and all, and I'm sure they could find a cure, but seriously, this ripped out a tiny bit of my heart.
Anyway, enjoyable read.
| dyeyell chapter 46 . 9/12/2013
I hate you so so much for this.
I will not cry. I will not cry. I will not cry.
| dyeyell chapter 45 . 9/12/2013
Way to ruin a moment with an author's note. I know it was to prepare people, but still.
| dyeyell chapter 44 . 9/12/2013
I really loved his tactical use of the teacher voice to get her to stand up. Ten points to Slytherin.
| dyeyell chapter 43 . 9/12/2013
Is it totally against feminism to like a possessive man? Not like, abusing you type of possessive, but more like can't stand to have other men touch you possessive.
| dyeyell chapter 42 . 9/12/2013
Snape really should stop being so damn nosy. He might not have read her list and talked himself out of a great relationship.
| dyeyell chapter 41 . 9/12/2013
I should really take the research approach to all my relationships. Seriously.
| dyeyell chapter 40 . 9/12/2013
That really was a cowardly childish thing for her to do. Sometimes running away can be the best thing to do in the moment, but not after amazing sex... unless you're in some romance movie.
| dyeyell chapter 39 . 9/12/2013
I'm not completely sure what happened here. I guess her virgin blood is involved. But how did she disappear from the bathroom?
| dyeyell chapter 38 . 9/12/2013
Yeah, I've learned, through trial and error, that you cannot change a man. I knew this going into adulthood. The concept having been put forth by many a woman, but nothing is as good a teacher as experience. And I hate fanfic Hermione (or even canon Hermione in relation to Ron), who questions why Severus Snape can't just be nice. Either take him as he is or leave him be.
| dyeyell chapter 37 . 9/12/2013
Is it me or does it seem like this isn't going to turn out well. Maybe it's the fact that there are ten more chapters to go and Hermione went from nightmare Snape hurting her to reality Snape kissing her immediately after.
| dyeyell chapter 36 . 9/12/2013
As we can now look back on the HP series in its entirety, in some ways I can see why JK killed off Snape. Though ultimately I would rather he not be dead, which is one reason why I read HP fanfic, I can see how a man like that would have either been dead by his enemies (Riddle in the books), dead by his own hand, or dead by simply not living his life to the fullest through his continuing feelings of guilt. Of course, that's just a bit of speculation. It's entirely possible Severus Snape could have lived through the final battle and moved on with his life. Maybe not have been happy per se, but at least content that he fulfilled his mission and avenged Lily's death. Again, a good reason to read fanfic, because that outcome becomes possible.