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Review:Secret Santa says:
Back again, spreading Christmas cheer! Which I'm sure you're absolutely devastated about. Ha.

This was so sweet. And it was just a fun Next Gen story to read. You don't often get those, you know? They are always about prejudice or about crossing the boundaries between houses or pranks or love. And this is none of those. It just focusses on two characters who happen to be Next Gen characters and cousins and just behaving like eleven year olds.

It's new. It's original. It's unique. And it's very refreshing.

The eleven year old 'voice' comes through really clear for both James and Roxanne in this. It just made me smile how they are so set to outprove the other. It reminds me of exactly what an eleven year old would do. It's such an interesting age. They're not really babies or children but they're not teenagers. They're in the middle. A bit childish but a bit more mature than a child. You have captured that here.

I also like that you have included Roxanne in this. She's a bit of a neglected character in Next Gen and is often just seen as 'Fred's sister' and nothing more. You have given her a character in this which I love.

This was just so sweet and fun to read. I can easily see James and Roxanne becoming the future pranksters of Hogwarts!

Gosh, I don't know what else to say! I normally can gush on and on about a story but this is just so delightful that I can't think of what else to say! It's enjoyable to read and it's just... so damn good. I can't think of how else to put it. So I know that my other reviews have been a tad longer but don't be disheartened because I like this just as much as everything I have read of yours!

Author's Response: Oh, thank you so much! You really make my day every time I open up my author's page and see your lovely reviews. It's inspiring me to go out and leave lots of reviews for other people, which is also awesome. :)

I'm so glad you appreciate Roxanne in this! I always knew that I wanted her to be in the same year as James. I agree that she's often neglected, and it seems like while people write Fred as being obviously George's son, they often don't write Roxanne as being obviously George's daughter. I hope that that's not the case for me!

Thank you so much. I really appreciate this review, and I'm definitely not disheartened. This actually elevated my mood a lot, since I'm having a really terrible day. *hugs* Thank you!!

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