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Review:Remus says:
Hola! Its review your favorite people night! :D That, and avoiding the next chapter of HPo4. XD

Right from the beginning this chapter had me giggling. I love how you have the girls behave just like regular 17yr old girls. The magazines, the articles, the lists...it really did feel like they had a Witches version of Cosmo magazine.

Where am I going to get Dizziness Draught and an ostrich feather?--What kind of 'THING' is this! *curious* Hahaha

Isadore here is just perfect. She's the friend that you love but there are times that you just can't put up with what she says or does. The things about Pansy. OMG! I couldn't stop laughing! She the typical 'know it all' girl when it comes to the topic but in reality doesn't have...err...that much experience herself. And just wants to appear cool to her friend. To appear more 'sophisticated' and 'grown up.'

The whole Draco part was a fantastic read. I like how I finally get to read about him being outside the school and family life and attempting to be a responsible adult. However, poor Draco, as much as he tries to bury his past, it continues to haunt him. However, this might be able to help him heal and move on instead of ignoring what's tormenting him. What I'm excited to read about is Draco in his new job. He'll be at the bottom of the food chain, answering to people who he might consider bellow him...so this will be sort of a test. Also, being underneath a female with authority will be an interesting read.

Blishwick though...there's something about her that I'm not so sure about. Maybe she's just a woman who is trying to advance medicine...but at the same time I think she has other motives. Like I said, not sure. This is you! I don't trust your OCs! XD They could turn out out to be the next evil witch/wizard.

This was another great chapter, Dan! So sorry that I've taken forever and ever to read but I haven't forgotten about my favorite pair! :D

until next time!

--Rosie

Author's Response: Hi, Rosie! I have a lot of experience with using reviewing to avoid writing lately. Reviewing, reading, trimming my nails, scrubbing the cat... you name it. Something about this chapter is driving me crazy.

I'm glad that you liked the girl talk between Astoria and Isadore. As you might imagine, never having been a teenage girl, it wasn't easy to write. Lots of love to Jami and sophie for help with that section. What was she going to do with Dizziness Draught and and ostrich feather? I'll just leave that to your imagination. ;) Isadore is **exactly** That Friend. She's trying so hard to be helpful when she's actually just feeding poor Astoria's insecurities and doubts.

Draco's new job is going to be quite the experience for him. It's the first time in his life that he's ever voluntarily given up so much control. He's very focused on "The Prize", aka reinventing himself as a respectable young man who's worthy of courting Astoria. To make that happen, he's willing to make some sacrifices. Madam Blishwick is definitely an odd duck. You'll find out a little more about her in a couple of chapters.

I'm really glad you enjoyed it! Like I said, the second with Astoria and Isadore was something of a collaborative effort. I really wasn't sure how it was going to work. Thanks for reading and reviewing!


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