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Midnight Over Broadway by momotwins

 
Rating: MatureStory Reviews: 149
 
Chapters: 17
Words: 66663
Characters: Ron, Hermione, Rose, Scorpius, Teddy, Victoire, OC
Genre(s): General, Humor, Mystery
Era: Next Generation
Pairings: Rose/Scorpius, Ron/Hermione, Teddy/Victoire
Status: Completed
First Published: 2012.05.18
Last Published Chapter: 2013.03.30
Last Updated: 2013.04.18
Favorite Story Of: 96 users
 
Advisory: Contains profanity, Strong violence, Scenes of a mild sexual nature, Substance abuse, Sensitive topic/issue/theme

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Things are plugging along as usual for Rose Weasley, bounty hunter anything-but-extraordinaire. A trip to New York for her live-in boyfriend Scorpius Malfoy's gallery show seems just the ticket to liven things up a bit, and with baby and boyfriend in tow, she sets off. But familiar foes may ruin Rose's first trip to the Big Apple...

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1 More Weasley

The MLEs – Magical Law Enforcement agents – knew me by sight, so when I walked in with a felon there was generally a lot of interest. Probably this was because my captures often involved embarrassing or messy situations, like that time I'd brought in a man covered in bees. That hadn't been my fault, though. He'd already been covered in bees when I found him.

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2 Heel

I watched my godson warily. Johnny Lupin was under the impression that, because he had determined he was my personal protector, this somehow conveyed ownership to him of my firstborn child.

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3 Maiden Launch

“You-” I managed, but she said, “Dammit,” loudly and then pushed past me, disappearing into the crowd.

“Did you see that?” I asked, but Scorpius and Ramses weren't paying me any attention. The two of them were busily making snuffling growls at each other now, probably imitating a bull. Scorpius obviously hadn't seen a thing.

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4 Judged

Scorpius looked annoyed. “Rose, we're not going to the crime scene.”

“Just a quick look. The street is right there, look.” I pointed at his map. “We can dash over, look around, and be gone again in a mo. No one will ever even know we were there.”

He groaned loudly.

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5 Destructuralism

“Realism can have just as much meaning,” Scorpius argued. “Meaning is ascribed by the viewer, not the artist. We can't control how much, if any, meaning is found in our art.”

“Of course we can,” said Haven. “I always hand out pamphlets.”

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6 Hostages to Fate

He frowned, as if he didn't quite get me. “You're not a cop, are you? You kind of talk like one, but you don't act like one.”

“I'm not a cop. My dad is an Auror,” I admitted.

Heckie nodded. “Cops' kids are almost as stuck as criminals' kids. Got to go one way or the other, don't you?”

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7 Bohemian Rescue

Any self-respecting magical community had pubs populated at all hours by wizards and witches of questionable character. Often these people were relatives of mine.

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8 The Word of the Day

I recognized him immediately as a real bad guy, not merely a henchman. I normally only saw real bad guys in photos that my dad and uncle had of their bad guys. My bad guys barely qualified as henchmen. They henched part-time, on weekends. It was pretty rare for me to be around real bad guys.

But I knew them when I saw them. And this man was a Bad Guy.

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9 Interrogated

“I have enough evidence to hold you.”

“I was only there watching. I didn't do anything.” My stomach felt like a block of ice inside me. The hope that I'd talk my way out of this after all was looking pretty dim.

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10 Family Back-Up

“I'll get this straightened out,” Mum said briskly. “They haven't a shred of evidence to prove you did anything wrong. Being bullheadedly determined to single-handedly catch bad guys on your own without training isn't illegal.”

“Yeah, or your uncle Harry would've gone to prison before we left school,” Dad put in.

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11 A Hell of a Request

“I don't wanna be found out at the racetrack, okay?”

“Out at the racetrack?” I echoed.

He looked worried and said out the side of his mouth, “You know. Where they dump the bodies.”

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12 The Rock

Mum looked more annoyed than ever. "Fine. Scorpius, you and I will take the baby and see the sights. I'm sure we can find something educational to do."

"Have fun with that," said Dad. "Rose and I are going to prison."

"Hopefully you'll come back out," Scorpius said.

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13 Political Explosion

“Got it.” I nodded. “You don't mind me lying to him?”

“Might as well play to your strengths,” my father said.

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14 Kips Bay

Hatchcock was red in the face. He seemed to be speechless. Having been on the receiving end of one of Mum's chewing-outs myself, I couldn't blame him. If you weren't expecting her, it was probably even worse.

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15 Without a Warrant

“I'm going to show them my badge and tell them I'll hex them into next week if they don't tell me what I need to know,” Dad informed her.

I was sure Mum would object to that, on any number of grounds: he didn't have jurisdiction in the United States, attacking them would be illegal, threatening people to get your way is morally wrong, something like that. Mum's usually full of that kind of thing. But instead she just said, “All right. Let's go.”

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16 Notoriety

I was almost afraid to breathe, in case they remembered I was there and one of them tried to kill me. It seemed best for now to let them get on with their argument. I wasn't sure Anita really could take Ambrosia in a fight. If she could, she would've gone after her before Ambrosia got a chance to kidnap her daughter.

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17 Welcome Home

Scorpius flopped down next to me. “Look at him, like a little angel.”

“The little devil,” I agreed.

“You'd never think he'd been screaming his head off half the day.” Scorpius kicked off his shoes and stretched out his legs on the coffee table. 

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