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Review:AlexFan says:
I am indeed an Ediver shipper! Hardcore man! Okay, well I'm not going insane over Edie and Oliver in the "LULULULULULULULU YES THEY ARE PERFECT TOGETHER" but more in the "they need to get married. Now. NOW BREED."

If I that didn't make me come off as a psychopath then I don't know what will. ANYWAY.

I feel so bad for Edie because she just got fired and now she has no job and no money and oh my gosh, her life is just going down the drain isn't it. I feel really bad for her but at least she's getting paid by Rose for her articles.

I don't know how but you managed to make becoming unemplyed and going off to get coffee because you can't afford beer to be really funny. I especially the poke at hipsters when reading this.

It also seems as if everyone is becoming successful except for Edie (which sucks for Edie). Lisa just seems perfect at this point because she's gorgeous, nice, smart and she's getting engaged.

Have two way mirrors gone on sale or something because everyone seems to have them now. At first it was just Harry and Sirius and then Aberforth bought Sirius' half off of Mundungus and now it seems as if everyone in the Wizarding World has two way mirrors.

Is there some kind of store titled "Two Way Mirrors" where people can just go and buy two way mirrors and pick from a selection?

Would Oliver and Harry still be friends? Wouldn't Seamus and Dean have kept in touch with Harry? This just occurred to me now.

I'm sorry but I love Oliver, you just can't help but like him! I wanna hang out with Oliver now because he seems awesome.

And last but not least, the awkward moment when Edie thinks that she's getting asked out by Oliver.

To conclude, I really enjoyed this chapter and I thought that it was really hilarious and you did a great job on it.

Author's Response: hahahahaha. They do indeed need to breed... (yay rhymes!) I am so glad to hear that people enjoy them as a couple... it really is important to me that my readers support the 'ship rather than settling for 'Well this is an Oliver/OC story, they might as well date.'

Yeees, Rose paying her is the only thing keeping her on right now. So she's in quite the bind, as she definitely does not want Wood in her life anymore... but then we wouldn't have a story! xD

Yeah, Edie isn't the best with money-management, is she? Just got sacked and she's already spending money on a coffee, haha. I think it's her denial; she wants to feel like she's still in control of her funds, and doesn't want to admit that she isn't. So she does rather reckless things like that.

The two-way mirrors was a way that I showed the Wizarding World advancing. When Wood mentions Jones and Bones, I was hoping to make it obvious that they were now patented and being sold to the masses. I want this story to be very relevant to the average reader, so two-way mirrors are like our society's cell phones. Everyone has them; some people hate them; some people are addicted to them; they're pivotal to social life whether you want them to be or not. :3

I'm sure Seamus and Dean keep in touch with Harry, but I never saw the three of them as being incredibly close. Especially now that Harry is able to have a normal life, I'd imagine he'd like to keep as quiet an existence as possible, and tend to spend his time with the people who matter to him the most. Also, if my calculations are correct, didn't he and Ginny just have a baby when this story takes place (2006)?

I'm really glad that you like Oliver! Really! You have no idea. And yeah; Edie's a bit conflicted, isn't she? I don't think she even realizes how flustered she became when she thought he was asking her out. What a gal.

Thank you again, so much!!

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