| ||Rating: 15+||Story Reviews: 670|
Characters: Oliver, OC, OtherCanon
Genre(s): Drama, Humor, Romance
Pairings: Other Pairing, OC/OC
First Published: 2008.07.19
Last Published Chapter: 2011.02.07
Last Updated: 2013.06.15
Favorite Story Of: 704 users
| ||Advisory: Mild violence, Scenes of a mild sexual nature, Substance abuse|
Being a Quidditch strategist comes with a few occupational hazards — intrusive fit Gryffindor blokes snooping for secrets, an overly paranoid captain, scandalous entanglements with the enemy (it's less exciting than it sounds), and a web of deception so intricate that it would make Rita Skeeter's head spin.
Rona Switt is in for quite the season.
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|1||The Secret Has a Temper
It was exactly thirty-eight minutes into the Ravenclaw-Hufflepuff game, and she had already shouted enough profanities to make a dementor blush.
|2||Let the Game Begin
If he was going to flirt with her, he should at least have the decency to do it well.
|3||News Spreads Faster Than a Snitch
Her pride shoved common sense aside, gave it a good kicking, and spoke for her.
|4||Well, That was Unexpected
This wasn't romance. It was revenge in the works.
|5||Spare the Guilt, Spoil the Captain
Rona was ready to maul something — the more, the merrier.
|6||In Which Oliver is Sensitive
They were having far too much fun with his misery.
|7||Boys Will Be Boys
'Competition is sexy.' Damn Penny's good memory. Damn it to bits.
|8||Convoluted is an Understatement
Stupid sodding smirk, sexy competition, chivalry complex, et cetera, et cetera.
|9||Chasing, Seeking, Keeping
"That’s the stupidest reason to get in a relationship I have ever heard of. Did the telly teach you this too?”
|10||A Sugar-Induced Revelation
"Says the girl twirling around the pitch laughing like a maniac."
|11||Happenstance Happens Entirely Too Often
"It's a matter of what will win: Jeremy's sense or Hannah's estrogen."
|12||Fortune Takes a Holiday
If Rona told someone to go to hell, Madam Puddifoot's was where she was cursing them to.
|13||O Captain, Not My Captain
She didn't know how to describe her weekend except that there was a lot of hair pulling, door slamming, and entire arguments battled out in silence.
|14||No One Plays to Lose
He should've told me. He should've understood.
|15||Everyone but the Girl
"Thank you for being so concerned, mate. If I ever start bleeding profusely all over the floor, I apologize in advance for leaving the stains."
The sprinkles to her bowl of joy.
|17||The Last Match
"Is it just me, or do they want to kill each other even more since they've gone official?"
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