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Review:nott theodore says:
Hello again!

Ah, this was another fantastic chapter! Which is now making me question why I haven't read any of your work before, because I love your writing style in this. It's just so easy and enjoyable to read and I get sucked right into the story.

It was nice to see Roxanne there with Molly - supposedly helping her - at the beginning of the chapter, since I don't feel like she's a character we see often. And then it was good to get a hint of their relationship too, because Roxanne was obviously concerned for Molly and wanted to make sure that she was doing the right thing and hadn't just made a spur of the moment decision.

I loved the bossy side to Molly's personality that came through here - even if she is a bit of a punk, there are still elements of Percy Weasley in her! The colour coding of everything made me laugh, as did the fact that she turned up with an armful of training schedules for the coach to look at, even though she's only just joined the team. I feel like there's going to be a lot of tension between Molly and Fitz in future chapters, although admittedly, they probably need a better schedule than working one day at a time...

Sian :)
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Author's Response: Thanks so much! I'm glad you're enjoying the story and my writing :)

Roxanne and Molly both seem to be more uncommon as focal characters go in Next Gen. Lucy too. People love to write about Rose and the Potters. And Victoire and Dominique to some extent, though Rose, Albus, and James seem to be the big three there. Funny that. I haven't really written the Potter boys much, just as brief appearances, since there's already so much about them it seems unnecessary. At any rate, Molly and Roxanne both appeared in a few chapters of the Midnight Run stories and Rose notes they're besties, and so I continued with that here (and in Roxanne's story).

Molly is definitely a bit of her dad. She likes to be organized and neat and in general is borderline OCD about having things spick and span, and she's good at being in charge of things. She was definitely turning it up a bit with the training schedules, but yeah, Fitz is a mess at this point. He has no idea what he's doing as coach, poor guy, and no idea how to learn what to do.

Thank you for the review!

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