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Review:Gabriella Hunter says:

Its me, Gabbie with your requested review. And man, did that not go in the direction that I thought it would, though I had my suspicions that you were going to make this hard for Edie. And how hilarious was it?! Like, I burst out laughing with Seamus going on about his love for Oliver, it was just too hilarious. I wouldn't have thought he was such a fangirl--I mean, fanboy and who honestly sneaks into the showers to ask someone a question?! O_o
I liked that you showed how close she and the boys were though. I'm pretty sure that their friendship means alot to her, though I'm surprsied that she was still a little closed off. Perhaps that's just Edie? I wonder if you'll play around with that later? Hm...
But the night was a good one for her, it was great seeing her so excitedabout her life. Things were going in a good direction! She was so excited about the interview and I was thinking that things were going to be looking up and.she was late. Her skirt was a mess and she Apparated in the rain! Classic! Hahahah. I knew then on that things weren't going to go so hot for her and what made things more fun for me and worse for her was Seamus! Seriously? I thought she was going to hex him right then and there! He's the worst actor ever! Hahaha.
And Oliver. What an interesting bit of personality he is, huh? He's not how I thought you would have written him at all. He seems sort of careless and I wonder if you'll play on that later and I enjoyed that Edie didn't really get a chance to make him feel as bad as she would have wanted for that bar incident. He didn't even remember her!! Argh! >_<
But that ending. Sneaky little thing! I hope she knows what she's doing!! Why do I think this is going to blow up in her face.?
Thanks for the chapter, I'm just going to favorite this story so I can read it whenever I want. Hahah. I love it.
And no CC's! Great job!
Much love,

Author's Response: Yaaayy!!

I wanted Edie to be the epitome of bad luck. Not in a clumsy Neville Longbottom-y way (although he did turn out to be quite the opposite) but in a life-situational way. So basically every time she thinks that things are looking up for her, she's totally wrong. hehe!

That's a really interesting point that you made about how Edie is a little closed-off from Dean and Seamus in that way. She is with Lisa too, now that I think about it (in later chapters especially). I had planned on bringing up the fact that she's distant with everyone in her life. But I hadn't thought about it in the way that she didn't tell Dean/Seamus everything that happened with "Krum." Man! Sometimes readers know more about my story than I do :3

I really, REALLY did not want Oliver to be the cocky heartthrob that I see sometimes on HPFF (although it's fun to read!). So he's analytical, socially awkward and has a bit of a dark past that we'll get to see later on... ~*~intrigue!!!~*~

Yes, Edie is definitely getting in over her head. She's going to sacrifice a lot of what she believes in, what she values, and what she thinks 'good journalism' means in order to get ahead in her career. Oh, Edie. She'd better watch out.

Thanks so much for the review. Gah! And the favorite! I really appreciate it! ♥

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