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Review:makemeover says:
Wel...I loved this!

I actually read the sequel first, and while it was able to stand on it's own and actually make sense, I can definitely see the same characters in both. You didn't stray far from either of them or make them do completely uncharacteristic or unimaginable things in the sequel, which is good because it means that the readers can actually understand the characters.

I love Teddy and how you portray him. It's like he's trying to be cool and collected the whole time, but you can almost feel how nervous he is when he's talking to Victoire. And then when you finally think that he's composed himself...he gets all nervous when he asks her out for a drink! So cute. I especially love in the beginning how Fred says that Teddy feels like a creep when thinking about Victoire. It's a little burst of comedy and then makes you, he really is two years older than her and I can see why he would feel that! (I personally don't think he's a creep, it's just funny to then picture him with a job and his own place and then her still in Hogwarts.)

I still like Victoire as much as I did in the sequel and it's still because you made her such a normal person. It's easy to relate to her, like when she falls because she wore heels. I'm just like - wow - I am so clumsy around someone I like too!

Basically, this was awesome and can't wait to read the next chapter.

Author's Response: Oh, I'm so glad that you liked this one as well! :)

I'm especially glad that you liked Fred saying that Teddy feels like a creep. It sometimes bothers me that we so rarely see characters outside of Lupin being concerned about age differences when in RL, people worry about them all the time!

Thank you so much for your review. :)

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