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Review:distantgalaxy says:
hi! Here with your requested review! I definitely enjoy reading this story :)

To start with, I personally can't imagine Fred and George having stood there and watched the whole scene with the snow globe for so long before interjecting. With their quidditch reflexes I can see one of the twins even running to grab it when the Slytherin threw it (especially considering that George has a soft spot for Katherine). It just seems a little out of character for them to see a Slytherin treat a Gryffindor (no matter who the Gryffindor may be) like that and not do anything until the end, you know? Maybe write it as if they JUST walk onto the scene as the snow globe shatters to the ground.

It also seems a little odd that George hasn't shared his sentiments about Katherine with Fred, or that Fred hasn't picked up on it (considering how often George sneaks looks at her and how close the twins are to one another). I understand that George doesn't quite know what his feelings are, but I think that Fred would probably have a slight inkling as to what his brother is feeling.

It's definitely a fun read, I really enjoy the way the twins interact with one another. I would really love to read more from Katherine's perspective in the future! Not sure if you have written from her pov in the future chapters or not, but I'll just have to read on to know then, eh? :)

Author's Response: Hello! I'm glad you enjoy the story.

The twins didn't interfere thinking Katherine would do something (I guess I should've written that somewhere...) She was known for being quick with a wand and to have quite the temper.

Oh later one it's all from Katherine's POV so you'll get to know her pretty well :)

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