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Review:Orabella says:
oooh snape! I am really intrigued now. I also think its really great how lily and rose both have flower names and snape is drawn to that and their red hair. interesting. I am very curious to see how this plays out. IF snape is introduced again later.

this story just has us asking more and more questions haha its torture! I liked this story at first but this chapter took it up another level. I did get confused about the 'spots' thing though. that could be because I read the chapter so quickly. I am not sure how spots relates to the kitchen? haha I feel kinda stupid at the moment. my interpretation is he is just calling her something because he doesnt know if she has said what her name is. and the thing he is referring to from the kitchen is that because it appears that snape is trustworthy and he is a slytherin then he really is NOT trustworthy. (because he said you can trust the slytherins that you know are untrustworthy). so whats my grade on understanding? A- maybe? B? haha sorry for the long review I am kinda rambling. avoiding homework.

great chapter. cant wait for the next one

btw I read the answer to my last question in the review. thanks so much for replying :)

Author's Response: Don't worry, you've pretty much got it. Malfoy's calling her Spots in case she hasn't told Snape her name. There be more on his choice of codename next chapter ;) The trustworthy thing was kinda right, basically Snape has his wand pinpointed on Rose, but Scorpius wants her to turn her back on the wand so she can get away. What he was referring to in the kitchens was that she should trust him that it will be ok if she turns her back on the wand. And she does :) Ooo, this next chapter, which is currently sitting in my word document, is going to be good. Like sexual tension up to the ceiling good. Sorry, I'm taunting you a bit ;)

Thanks for the review and have great day.


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