Severus and Cissa showing their relationship in front of everybody like that was , well, shocking, but satisfying, as now everyone knows that Severus has at least Cissa's love to sustain him.
Jeez, that was a long sentence.
Ok, now I'll start on the next summers' story.
The dinner guests from hell Nasty bunch.
Well, it looks like Draco is really tettering on the edge, doesn't it?
Could go either way, although, as this isn't following canon, totally . . . . well, maybe it is, as we really don't know what Draco does over the summer. That's a thought, what does Draco do over the summer vacation?
Oh, that's right, I just read all about it . . . boy am I getting tired. . . . oh, all right, one more chapter.
Interesting, the twists and turns that is this war and the people who are caught up in it.
I just bet Sirius gets out every chance he can, until the Death Eaters realize who the black dog is, and then it's solitude in #12.
Kreacher, not the best house-elf, is he?
Father and son might . . . lovely
I knew it had to be Severus.
At least it didn't last all night and Draco will be none the worse for wear in the morning, so Cissa won't notice anything amiss.
I love Cissa. Ever since she risked it all to lie to Baldie Voldie about Harry being 'dead'in #7, I've lloked for stories where she fights back and trys to steer Draco in the right direction.
But LOOK, it's Padfoot.
Now, that's a new twist . . I get the feeling I'm going to like this "summer' series.