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Review:patronus_charm says:
This is being written on my phone so apologises in advance, as auto-correct is my enemy!

I really liked the light hearted banter between James and Albus as it was really enjoyable to read and we got to know more about their characters. I could sense that Rose felt a little distanced from them and it was shown with her clothing and job tastes and this line was great 'She was like them, but she found herself disliking them.' It described everything I was getting at.

'The Weasleys were everywhere, involved in everything, which generally made them the bane o the wizarding world’s existence.' I adored that line and especially Rose's thoughts afterwards as I didn't realise that was the reason for her going into what she does.

I forgot about Vinny so I was really happy to see her pop up as her and Albus always had this strange way with one another. I really enjoyed hers and Albus' questioning of Rose as it was interesting to see that there was between her and them as well as between her family as she appeared to be quite closed on the matter of Teddy.

Again I really loved the humour in this chapter and I think it was the line about Rose having the privilege to drink from the special glass whereas the Potter boys didn't.

One thing which really shone in this chapter was Uncle Charlie. I do wonder why he was he so interested in Teddy and my only explanation is that he was friends with Tonks so it's through parental interest.

Fun fact my goldfish is called Moonbeam!

Ah the suspense as to who 'he' is. I'm wondering whether it's Scorpius due to the awkwardness Rose felt with him or it could be Teddy. Either way I feel as if there's going to be a confrontation and I really hope it happens!

I really liked the scene with Ron and Hermione. You can tell that they don't have a perfect relationship but it made it more real as a result.

Ok this phone is annoying me too much so I'm going to have to cut the review short, but either way it was a fantastic chapter and I can't wait for the next!

-Kiana

Author's Response: Hello again! I'm sorry that it's taken me so long to respond to your reviews, but I should catch up soon. :D It's just in time too, since I've been working on a new chapter of this story, so I need all of the inspiration I can get.

It's great to see that you picked up on Rose's relationship with her Potter cousins. She grew up with them and regards them as siblings in some ways, but I wanted to stop short of making them all fast friends - one doesn't have to like one's relatives, only tolerate them. :P The only one she is close to is Albus (mostly because they were in the same year, so they simply did everything together), and even then, she doesn't like some aspects of his personality. I liked the idea of making the relationship between Rose and her cousins fairly complicated. A lot of it has to do with the way that Rose just feels out of tune with the world around her, so she constantly notices the things that set her apart from her cousins (she probably isn't that different, but she sees the differences before the similarities).

Hopefully I can work Vinny into the story quite frequently. She's a wonderful character to write, very down-to-earth and unafraid of pointing out things others are uncomfortable with. She has a sharp eye and sees Rose's problem right away - it makes her a good friend. Now to get Rose to listen to her good advice. ;)

Yes! You're right that Charlie is interested in his friend's son, and I like to think that he sees a lot of Tonks in Teddy. He also gets along well with Rose because he's just so laid-back and good-hearted.

Thank you again for reading and reviewing this story! It's lovely to see that you're enjoying it!


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