Fantastic. Simply loved how you depicted Harry's "transition period" from Ginny to Hermione. The first signs of life of a fragile, gentle, yet heartwarming feeling called "love".
JKR has admitted in an interview: "Just because someone had a view on Harry/Hermione didn't mean they weren't genuine, or that they were necessarily misguided ... Now the fact is that Hermione shares moments with Harry that Ron will never be able to participate in."
I saw this thought further expanded in your story, from canon to fanon, a transition I've been through in my writer's career as well. Being a die-hard Harry/Ginny shipper first, now I ship only Harmony. That's the proper way of things :)
Two thumbs up!
NOW I know what those two ere doing all those months in that bloody tent!
This is ALL they need, ANOTHER complication.
SO be it, at least they'll have SOMETHING to cling to and remember, even if they do wind up with Ron and Ginny.
But maybe they don't . . . hum . . .interesting
I'm sorry it's taken me so long, dear! I apologize.
You know what a fan of Harmony I am... NOT. And only for a very few people would I even read it. But you managed to keep this story remarkably canon, and even *gasp* plausible. I liked the descriptions of the moonlight on her hair, and the references to both Ginny and Ron. I'm a canon shipper, but if anything were to happen with Harry & Hermione I'm sure it would have happened during those long months on the run. You did manage to make the ship sail, dear.
I'm finally reviewing! :D
Like I told you before, it's such a sweet little story. As much as I dislike the ship, you certainly sailed it well :D A very good choice of song to go with it - I swoon to Josh Groban with the best of them :P All in all, just as good now as before - you're wonderful, dear :)