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Review:Pixileanin says:
"He looked around, because that was what he was trained to do."

Ah ha! I knew there was something to that! I love how you describe the way Dillon feels the wards, how he can tell about their maker from the way the wards are vibrating. Very interesting and cool.

"Yet he was only so very polished with his grandfather and these people didn't act at all like him."

Oh, I hope not, Devlin. Because if everyone acted like your grandfather, this world wouldn't be able to take it for very long. It's so sad that he thinks they are torturing him, yet, given his past, I can only assume that putting him in a place that brings on memories of the way things used to be before Voldemort can only be considered torture by him. He's worked so very hard to forget all of this, for his own survival.

That wand that Harry says has been charmed for household duties: I like that idea. I can only imagine what it's like to be a wizard with a house of children, and having them accidentally (or curiously) pick up something as dangerous as a wand and start swinging it around. Who knows what could happen?

The conversation Harry has with Devlin is an eye opener. Harry has all these things to consider. I'm intrigued by the hints you have put forth about Devlin's mother. Devlin recognizes something in her, and you've dropped information about Alexandra in other chapters too. I can't wait to see how this plays out later.

Harry is so torn by this experience of having a child who is not a child back in his home. And he's right. Trying to explain things to Emma isn't going to be easy, not when he has to do it in front of Devlin, and certainly not if Devlin is claiming that he doesn't belong in that house. I can see Devlin trying to use Harry's kindness against him, and this just isn't going to be pretty for a while, is it? Wow. What a story you have here!

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