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Review:Gaiapet says:
Look who is getting stuff done. This girl!
Al and I weren’t normal brothers. Okay, we were. By blood. And we slept in the same house and there may have been a few instances growing up where I stole his toy broom and chucked it out the window for him getting more pudding than me at dinner. May have. Those were speculation. Otherwise, we had a different relationship than most brothers.
- You love writing James.

If I had a window onto a dragon enclosure, the curtain would be open constantly.

He had his eye on her for the last few days of the year, finally asking her to get dinner during the feast. She laughed and said she was already having it, but gave him a rain check.
- Aww. They both sound cute.

God, James. He is so Jamesy. I can't get over it. I just love James!
I very much approve of Charlie's decorating!

various toys. When I asked about it the first day, Charlie shot me a look.
“Just because it’s a dragon doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be amused,” he said.
- Go Charlie!

I like how you use the Great Hall and Entrance Hall for size comparison. Most people here know how big it is, or at least have an idea in their head, from the books and movies. And it is in character.

I'm listening to "The Ballad of Billy the Kid" while reading this. Read "William" and immediately dubbed him Billy the Dragon.

It was full of dead fish.
It smelled like it was full of dead fish.
- Hahaha!

James is sooo DRAMATIC!
Poor sneezy dragon, did the mean boy tickle you and make you sneeze?

The three somethings. We had yet to come up with a name because every time we tried we were too drunk and thought up things like The Three Firewhiskeys, The Three Button Blazers, and The Three Sided Leaves. Quality.
- The Three Quality Blokes.

“Probably because you just licked her face, James,” Al said, grabbing me around the middle and tugging me toward him. “You gunna tell Mum?”
“That I licked that girl’s face?” I stared after her. There were like four of her. And each had a hot arse. “Probably not. I mean, maybe. No promises.”
-Drunk Potters! Drunk Potters are the best Potters.

I decided to knock. “Oy, Charlie!” I cried. Not that Charlie would be right inside the west door and waiting to let us in.

Great, now I was going to get eaten by a dragon. I wasn’t even sober enough to put up a fight.
But I would Lumos the > out of it.

Awww. Such a sweet moment between the two of them. That was cute.

And then hilarity again. And a fetching dragon. A dragon who plays fetch, not an attractive dragon. Although he may be. I don't know.
I like Charlie.

“You like his girlfriend?”
“Girlthing,” I corrected. “And she’s all right.”
“So you hate her?”
“Can’t stand her face,” I said.

“James does,” Charlie said, grinning at me. I stared. “Just think of it like hunting dragons.” He smirked. “Hunting cold, lazy dragons in a bag.”

Loved it! So funny! I was laughing the entire time. Except when they were having deep moments. Those moments worked well because they had communication, maturity, and then loads of joking around.
So great!

Author's Response: WHOA! Look at this long review to a one-shot! Ballin!

Is it that obvious I love writing James? haha.

He really is so Jamesey.

I love Charlie. I ship Charlie with me sometimes.

BILLY THE DRAGON. *insert wild west theme song*

James is so dramatic. I am so dramatic. ALL OF THE DRAMA.

I have a soft spot for drunk Potter boys. James and Al should get drunk in the sequel.

That Lumos line makes me laugh every time.

Thank you so much! So glad you liked it :)

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