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Review:MargaretLane says:
*laughs at the part about sending her to Professor Dumbledore to have her expelled* I think that'd be a bit of an extreme reaction to her asking him if he sent her a piece of parchment. She might not be being the most respectful and she should go to her next class, but expulsion would be a LITTLE over the top.

And Benjamin GAUNT. GAUNT! Uh oh.

Benjamin's been writing messages to Lupin on the board? I WONDERED what that writing was about, but then I thought maybe it was just stuff from the last class. I should have known though, that it was more important, as you mentioned specific words from it.

And Lupin knew Diana as well as Marta? Hmm.

Or maybe we could be positive here and suggest the failed plan is BENJAMIN'S plan. *laughs* I prefer that idea.

Lupin said of Benjamin "he probably doesn't want answer." I assume you meant something like "he probably doesn't want answerS" or "he probably doesn't want TO answer."

Yikes, how scared and confused and horrified must Sally-Anne be! I mean, this is the guy she thought was her imaginary friend, her older brother figure, the person she thought advised and helped her. It's like everything she thought she knew is turned upsidedown. And there's the idea that she'll die. AND the fact she can't escape him.

Hey, what if she never had a child? Would that end the curse? If I were her, I'd definitely be avoiding pregnancy.

Or is that even possible? It might be part of the curse that she can't escape pregnancy.

Author's Response: There have been many jokes about Sally-Anne getting expelled from her parents and Hogsmeade residents, it's now practically her default line of thinking. At least Sally-Anne is prepared for the worst-case scenario!

Tee hee, I thought Gaunt was an appropriate last name.

Few people suspected that Benjamin was the one leaving the writing on the board. Of course, I'm also not against giving out red herrings from time to time. (I gave out a major one in the prequel!)

Lupin didn't know Diana personally. He only knew of Diana through helping Marta.

I like your positive thinking about the failed plan card! You've always gotta think positively!

Oops, not another type-o! Lupin meant to say the latter, "he probably doesn't want to answer." *blushes in embarrassment again*

While writing this story, I have to constantly remind myself that Sally-Anne is only thirteen years old. I sometimes feel guilty about putting someone so young through such a traumatic event like this (she's even too young to read about her own story!). But then again, Sally-Anne has a good chance to beat this curse because Benjamin will underestimate her abilities.

The curse is more than just Benjamin coming around and taunting her. For instance, her mother Marta also knew about the curse but still got pregnant. It's ancient and powerful. We'll just have to see what Sally-Anne does from here . . .

Once again, thank you for another review! I'm thrilled to hear that you're still enjoying it!

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