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Review:Gaiapet says:
Squee! Getting on the road to togetherness! That was an odd thing to say. Sorry. Squee! Communication! Loving the chapter image. I love Mr. P and the visual is very nice. I know what Alicia means about the eyes. I feel so bad for George. He is just so heartbroken and not himself. Not even a little bit. It makes me so sad. I like how Oliver takes action in this chapter. He knows what he wants and finally decides to do something about it. Someone needed to do something or life would continue to be awkward and loveless. So he sits down at her table and eats a sundae with her. I love the trip down memory lane to the retreat. One of your best ideas ever. On par with the Grotto. And Liam and Doger. That's how much I loved it. Hahaha. It was ridiculous. Wonderful, but absurd. And I don't think it would work that way for Katie and George. But that's just my thinking. Red Wine. By the way, Jealous Oliver is as amazing as Arrogant and Drunk Oliver. Spectacular. I'll admit it, I want a quidditch figure. Preferably Cannons. Scratch that. Preferably Liam. I love how Jane measure's maturity by the contents of a fridge. Not that it's wrong, it's just amusing. As always, I love hearing Oliver's side of the story. Adds layers to him. Plus we get some reasons for crazy things that he does. I like how he has a whole emotional side to him but stays Oliver. And Squee!

“Ah, I see.” Oliver looked nervous. I hadn’t seen him nervous in ages. There were girls eyeing him from the table over but he didn’t notice. I liked that, but I’d never tell. “They’re too good together. We have to fix this.”
He said we.
- Oh, Janey. Oh, Oliver.

By Tuesday the umbrella was still sitting by the door. I stared at it between getting dressed and trying to forget it was there. At one point I covered it up with a skirt I didn’t let Amanda borrow. I had to give it back at one point, but why would I go out of my way to see Oliver Wood? He was a jerk.
- Thought process. Amazing.

I flew around, knocking an owl cage out of someone’s hands. They should have been watching for my reflexes. It was obviously their fault.
- Obviously!

I wanted to go back to Hogwarts where everyone’s business was out in the open and I just had to ask a few people what he said and she said behind so-and-so’s back and I wouldn’t have to gather a hypothesis or anything. It was starting to become work.
- I hate when gossip is work. Even though I'm always the last to know things, at least it isn't work.

He glanced around, finally noticing the perched girls with wide eyes and drool. His eyes flew back to me. “Okay, this might sound really weird and might be really stupid.”
“What? Those girls?” I said.
- Hahaha! What a great one-liner for Jane! Love! And loving the mental picture of the girls.

Could they have a liquidation sale on common sense because apparently I had none.
- Maybe Katie packed it in her bag? I do wish we could buy common sense.

About Fred and George—though George had probably disappeared into gardening or something by then. They would tell me I was crazy. Alicia would clap and tell me she told me so. She didn’t tell me anything.
- But she thought it. George is de-gnoming! Which sounds super fun!

Well, I’m going to talk now and you’re going to listen and when I’m done you can just leave if you want or throw something or whatever you think you need to do.”
- How well he knows Jane.

Love the progress Jane and Oliver are making. Of course I know what happens so I am even more excited for the upcoming chapters. Yay!

Author's Response: The road to togetherness! hahaha.

And yes, Mr. P is quite an attractive guy. What a dish and a half. You're right about his eyes. Alicia is right too, to poor Jane's dismay.

As for George, I hate it when he's not himself. It's so depressing! George is upbeat, happy, and loves to joke around. This isn't him. But heartbreak does not bode well for George's complexion.

I'm so glad you loved the retreat. I got the idea from a silly retreat I had to go on in order to "build some team." It was ridiculous, but it worked. And Oliver knew it would too. But you're right, something like that would be a bad idea for George and Katie. They needed something else. Something that still related to Quidditch. And alcohol.

This chapter is one of those that isn't quite a filler because things happen, but it still has a relaxed feel to it. That's what I like about it. And I think the chapter image matches nicely.

Thanks so much for the review!

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