Reviews For Out of the Woods
Reviewer: Nagini Riddle
Date: 06/16/12 22:18
Chapter: The Good Wife

I was always somewhat happy that the Malfoys cared so much for their son, and that their son, too, was not really supportive of Voldemort. This story only makes me that much happier! It lets me know that even people who seem " evil" ( for lack of a better word) still have feelings, reasons, logic, and some "good" in them. I really liked that nobody died in this story, but it wouldn't have really surprised me if Narcissa had killed herself. I completely understood why she wanted to get away- Voldemort had ruined her, and she no longer had the hope or strength to fight it... I just hope that people who read this realize that there are always ups and downs in life, and focus on the positive! :)

Reviewer: DaisyMaeEvans
Date: 06/16/12 12:59
Chapter: The Good Wife

Oh, this is so incredibly stunning! So gorgeous and painful; I'm still teary!

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