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Review:forsakenphoenix says:
Oh, this was so sweet! Once again, I love the little details you put into your story that make everything real. From Fleur's delicately painted toenails to her moment of peace while Bill bathes before work and the chain reaction of her children waking really pulls the reader into the setting - just an ordinary morning at the Delacour-Weasley household. Ha, except we find out it isn't so ordinary. Roger Davies was Fleur's date to the Yule Ball, yes? I wonder how that meeting will go over! I love that she makes muffins and that they have to be perfect and it's something her mother passed onto her. I love things like that - where parents pass on favorite past-times to their children. It's always something to cherish. :) I love that she calls him her wolf, too! Very appropriate. You definitely write the fluff very well. I'm impressed.

Author's Response: Hi :)

Thanks, I'm so glad you liked it! I love my angst, but I'm warming up to fluff a little more. I'm sort of proud of this bit of situational humor. As always, I'm happy you enjoyed the details!

This story had sort of an interesting evolution. I realized that I couldn't find any Fleur/Roger pairings on the archive, which bugged me a little because I thought they would be an interesting ship to explore. So here I was, wanting to write something with Fleur/Roger, and I ran across the food challenge, which seemed vague enough to accommodate any ship. I was thinking something with breakfast, and then I got muffins, and I thought, brunch! Perfect. So this is just my cutesy little way of paying homage to an under-loved ship. I find that challenges do that for me a lot -- I just entered a quick one because I've been wanting to do a H/G and R/H, just to branch out some more and add diversity to my author page, and the challenge gave me a bunny of sorts.

Can't you just see the Delacour ladies holed up in the kitchen baking tray after tray of delicious muffins? I can only imagine how the house would smell. Yum! And I ran across 'mon loup' on a common phrases translation site and couldn't resist. It was too adorable.

Hope you return for parts two and three!


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