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Review:charlottetrips says:
This looks like a very interesting start to a good story! Louis as a character is someone that I'm not at all familiar with, having the tendency to stay away from Next-Gen stories (which I may remedy someday). He's got that bit of Fleur in him as well as Weasleyness. It's very evident that he's big on family and also wanting to do well in his career.

Fleur's accent was just so Fleur and I was smiling as I was trying to figure out what she was saying. Of course her accent wouldn't have mellowed out in the least even being married to a Brit. :)

I think it's funny that when one travels to another country, one expects it to be completely different from what one knows and is surprised when one realizes that some things do stay the same. And then there are the differences like Louis trying to talk to a waitress.

I found it a little off-putting, to be honest, that Louis pulled his wand out on being tapped on the shoulder. Isn't that a tad overreactive?

I was not expecting Sirena to be a mermaid! I was thinking that she was Veela (and as a total aside, loved how you reminded me of the tidbits we knew of Veela and how unusual it was that Louis had Veela blood) but then that wasn't really jiving and then when she was a mermaid! I was like "Whoa."

Anyway, I've mentioned it already, but I'm definitely interested in seeing how you take this idea to its full fruition!

Author's Response: Yes, being from a big family tends to have a huge impact on Next-Generation Potters and Weasleys(in my mind). I have definitely had the experience of travelling to different places and expecting things to be so different but it's not! Especially if you're in the wizarding world, magic is always there! Well, he is on a mission in a foreign land that he doesn't know well; Louis has to be on his guard somewhat, but I can see your point of it being overreacting. I'm glad that I managed to surprise you that she is a mermaid! I was hoping that the Veela-references wouldn't make the conclusion that she is a mermaid as obvious. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing!(:

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