|Reviews for Until the Time is Right|
| Leya Anhaylla chapter 16 . 8/2
Delightful story once again! I had a bit difficulty going trough that long long smut at the end but it as their first experience it was really needed
| rainbowlovemonkey chapter 16 . 4/15
What in amazing story! So detailed, such a great plot, not OCC at all. I like that it was not rushed, great build up to the relationship. Thank you for sharing your story, it was fantastic and sexy! :)
| stargazerjenni chapter 16 . 3/29
Enjoyed this story.
| excessivelyperky chapter 16 . 9/15/2015
Fans self vigorously. This was worth all the wait and the worry.
They are together at last.
| excessivelyperky chapter 15 . 9/9/2015
The trap closes, and the Mystery Unspeakables have been caught in it, and not Snape.
I do like the flirting that 'Holden' indulges in, heh.
And holding 18 sick children as hostage-makes a person wonder just how many old DEs are *still* working for the Unspeakables.
| excessivelyperky chapter 14 . 9/4/2015
I am a little surprised that any ward Eileen put up would hurt her son; but given that it might be based on purity of blood, maybe possible. But it's easier to get testimony against the others when the most dangerous one is out of action.
I do love how Harry can pull Severus out of the Cold Place, though; someone really needs to, and Harry does a very good job.
I also like seeing how Snape brews when he's experimenting (makes me wonder how he would do a clock reaction, and what kind of special surprise might be waiting for someone when Time's Up).
| excessivelyperky chapter 13 . 8/27/2015
I love this chapter. It's nice that people like Snape's alter ego, too-in fact, people at St. Mungo's miss Snape himself as well. Once this is over, Snape doesn't always have to live in the shadows.
And Harry discovered the freeing aspect of his new alter ego, as well. This probably is not going to be the last time he uses Polyjuice.
I like the idea of the owl treat. Kisses are much better than bacon! I do feel sorry for Alissandra Miles, though; she was never allowed close enough to discover the bits that Harry learned the hard way. Sadly, she isn't Harry, doesn't have a bond, and looking even a little bit like Bella definitely is not going to help.
And the bit between Draco and Ron is priceless.
| excessivelyperky chapter 12 . 8/19/2015
If relative amateurs are brewing this deadly poison, is there any hope that they have done themselves in during the process? Brewing can be dangerous for the brewer as well as the recipient, and we already know they're not good at cleaning up after themselves.
And the relationship progresses; Severus is happy at waking up with Harry in his bed, when normally he would be hexing an unexpected partner right and left.
Plus, Harry is good for Snape-someone has to make the man eat and sleep!
| excessivelyperky chapter 11 . 8/15/2015
Naturally, Snape's personal lab was the best hidden one; and it's just as well they have all been destroyed, so no one can take up such nasty games again without a serious investment of time and trouble.
And I wonder if Lucius Malfoy was one of the people who went through the wards fairly recently on the very last lab, the one most commonly used? (and he wouldn't be used to cleaning up after himself, either).
| excessivelyperky chapter 10 . 8/9/2015
Looks like a lot of progress is being made-and a promise of back up from the Aurors even though not till the end sure beats a one-way trip to Azkaban for exposing the wrong person.
Ron doesn't have a rep as a brain, and that's serving him in good stead right now. But he's learned quite a few things from being around Hermione, and those extra copies are going to help a lot.
Harry and Severus are definitely making progress in all senses of the word!
| excessivelyperky chapter 9 . 8/4/2015
Yes! They used their words and talked to each other! I am glad that Ron and Hermione beat Harry over the head and made him realize he was being an idiot.
And I hope he always remembers that Snape might snark and growl-but what he does, he really means.
| excessivelyperky chapter 8 . 8/1/2015
Oh, dear. That conversation didn't go well. Harry can be jealous of Alissandra, but Snape isn't allowed to be jealous of Ginny Weasley. Harry still feels entitled to throw fits and not listen because Gryffindor, I suppose, and because of being The Boy Who Lived. All of Snape's reasons for keeping quiet are valid-and did Harry notice that Snape didn't try to seduce him earlier?
| excessivelyperky chapter 7 . 7/27/2015
How many different identities does Snape have? (sometimes I'm not sure he even knows at this point).
But his bond with Harry is taking a great leap forward here.
| excessivelyperky chapter 5 . 7/17/2015
Obviously, the healers and patients are being used as bait to draw Snape out for some reason. I am surprised that Harry isn't being followed more.
And, as ever, Snape is overachieving again, though it looks like he's taking time to sleep or eat.
When Snape talks about the Slytherins smiling and then stabbing people in the back, sadly, that includes Albus as well. But of course Harry still idolizes Dumbledore and wouldn't take words against the old man well. It also feels that Snape still loves his old puppet master, too, in this story.
| Archivest chapter 12 . 7/13/2015
While I realize that a review solely for pointing out errors is in it of itself quite rude, I figure I'd send this review off anyway, just in case you wish to fix said error. If not, then feel free to ignore this review.
I am one of those people who are way too immersed in a story to review them, then flit onto other stories without sending a summary review. I do apologize for that. As for pointing out mistakes, I rarely do that also, as minor imperfections do not mar the story enough such that it takes the enjoyment away. That said, it does look like you are amenable toward corrections, hence my writing of this review out when I noticed an error in this chapter. Note that I noticed one more error in another chapter, but do not remember clearly where the error would be found, and am a bit too lazy to look it up again.
Long-winded review explaining my motivations aside, here is your single mistake that I noticed, and do note that I rarely consciously notice mistakes:
"Realizing that his desk was *to* small to hold everything in line..."
The first 'to' should be 'too'.
If you have read this far - and I would be highly surprised that you did - I must say that your story, from what I have read thus far, is highly enjoyable and causes much intrigue. I will avidly and eagerly read the rest of the story, and I wish you well in your current and future endeavors (if any).