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Steven Augart posted a comment on Monday 13th February 2006 12:04pm

That's amusing; a nice drabble.

DJ posted a comment on Thursday 9th February 2006 6:22am

LOL I hope you keep this up I want to see what happens next. Well done

Nanio posted a comment on Wednesday 8th February 2006 3:03pm

HA HA HA! That's so evil! I never would have expected that one, although I'm sure her punishment for doing that was going to be painful (or humiliating).

Nanio posted a comment on Wednesday 8th February 2006 2:50pm

This is an enjoyable drabble. Quirky, teasing, and somewhat serious appears to be a great way to go.

Louis IX posted a comment on Wednesday 8th February 2006 1:40am

Nicely nice.

The Resident posted a comment on Tuesday 7th February 2006 1:15pm

I think I have to echo Arte Johnson... Very Interesting. -grin- I've been enjoying these views of Harry & Sam. Nice, sweet, and quite entertaining. Keep up the great work.

Chris1 posted a comment on Tuesday 7th February 2006 6:16am

lol. Cool piece :D I can't wait for the reaction of the other Veela females.

Chris1 posted a comment on Tuesday 7th February 2006 5:41am

Wonderful little piece :) Now I'm curious about her outfit. Any hints?

Any chance of Hogwarts stories about their kids?

brad posted a comment on Sunday 5th February 2006 11:10pm

By the way, do you authors have to manually/explicitly tick a box to get e-mail notifications sent out when you upload a story to ffa.net? 'Cause I don't think I got an e-mail for this.

brad posted a comment on Sunday 5th February 2006 10:55pm

See, this is why I can't take the deadly Veela influence over men as serious justification for Ron's threatening Sam's life earlier! It's always been presented as simple experimentation by teenage girls. Lucky the Delacours are such *good* Veela (I guess it's not for nothing you or Tim had Sammy reprimanded by her Veela relatives). The wizarding world must be full of seedier examples of Veela manipulating men's baser desires for personal game; I wonder if they're related to the sucuubus?

Fun drabble!

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Sunday 5th February 2006 6:30am

Very cute. :-)

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 8:36pm

Ohhh, man. There're going to be repercussions from this one.

As I said on your LJ, I can't wait to see the follow-up to this. Though, if Daphne wasn't aware of just how powerful anger-boosted Veela power are, that might be a mitigating circumstance, but the follow-up is still going to be "interesting". Too, I'd like to know why Morgana disapperaed in a puff of smoke; that doens't exactly sound normal, either.

A very good read, though. Thanks.

kelvin posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 8:11pm

Cool, I like these drabbles. Please write more of them!

Terris posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 7:41pm

Now you have done it! You HAVE to continue this and SOON! You can not leave us hanging after so interesting ending to this part.

Musings of Apathy posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 1:16pm

That was great! I love the difference in Daphne compared to the rest of the veela. I am looking forward to seeing the next installment, continuing this thread.

Thank you for writing.

Mike.

P.S. Minor correction:

"That’s different! Mum was never a blood relation to dad and you know it!" Daphne said, trying to think of a way to get away from Daphne without seeming overly rude.



Should be: "get away from Morgana"

Kokopelli replied:

Who said that there's a drabble after this?

Thanks - I've fixed the nit.

amulder posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 12:36pm

Well, that was unexpected. Kind of strange to read a story where basically everyone is an OC.

Nice job on the cattiness of Morgana, though it isn't fair having her able to apparate like that.

best,
...art

Kokopelli replied:

Like House Elves, Veela have their own unique version of Apparation - which involves the pink smoke. Fleur never learned how, so she does it the human way.

Gardengirl posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 12:34pm

Ab fab! I do see one hiccup - "Daphne said, trying to think of a way to get away from Daphne" but I think this is a great ficlet and a nice continuation of a terrific story. Thanks!!

Loopy Dane posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 12:29pm

BA HA HA! I appreciate the story. I went through enough evil family reunions to appreciate the show-off here. Great job.

""That’s different! Mum was never a blood relation to dad and you know it!" Daphne said, trying to think of a way to get away from Daphne without seeming overly rude."

I'm assuming you meant "to get away from Morgana"

-Loopy's wife

Ken Warner posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 12:05pm

very nice - especially when she will have to confess to Daddy what and why she did it.

Thanks for a great series.

Kokopelli replied:

Dad's not the one she has to worry about - she knows that mum will have her head, which is why she's trying to get to dad first.

Patches posted a comment on Friday 3rd February 2006 11:01am

So---Harry and Samantha's daughter is a super Veela! That figures! At least she knows she needs to talk to "DAD"! Great Drabble. Thanks for writing. I love these little insights. They are fun. Thank you for writing them.
Here are my initials! (Yes these are my aactual initials.) Enjoy! pms