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Review:Jayna says:
Hello! I was reading through my review responses and saw that you were planning to post Chapter 6, and I finally got a chance to read it and by that time you had already posted chapter 7! Anyway, I'm planning to read and review this chapter and the next and then get started on your prize reviews in the next few days! I hope you guys are having a wonderful holiday season and will have a fantastic New Year!

As I've said time and time again, you guys have done a fantastic job of showing how Percy changed, little by little, and more importantly, why he changed. I've seen many stories where the character changes for no apparent reason, and the author just is like "this is how the character is now. Deal with it." Adding Penelope in and that whole traumatic event helped explain why Percy changed, and I really liked how you didn't reveal the girl who saved him was Audrey until it had already happened.

Overall, I think my favorite part in this chapter was the part about the wedding invitation. I had always assumed that he had gotten the invitation and decided not to go to the wedding, but this is so much better. It's totally believable that he would have thought it was another letter about how he had left his family, and it broke my heart that he didn't even get a chance to go to the wedding, and that his whole family must've thought he chose the Ministry over them.

-Jayna

Author's Response: Thanks for stopping by again!

Thank you! The whole point of this story was to show how and why Percy abandoned his family for two years and why he came back. Trust us, you don't want to hear Georgina's rant on a character in a book series she read who randomly changes loyalties.

Penelope's arrest was an idea I (Gerogina) had when thinking about when Percy realized his mistake. I always had it in the back of my mind, assuming she was a muggleborn since the basilisk petrified her. Then when we started this project I found my way to write her arrest in.

The letter was an idea we had after we wrote chapter 3. I wondered how to portray Percy missing the wedding and realized it was plausible he didn't mean to. The way we represented Percy made this very heart-breaking but hey, that's what we were going for.

Thank you for your many kind reviews!
--Georgina


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