Dean, Oliver, Seamus, OC, OtherCanon
Drama, Humor, Romance
Contains profanity, Mild violence, Scenes of a sexual nature, Substance abuse
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First Published
2012-09-25 13:14:20
Last Published Chapters
2017-11-26 23:10:01
Last Updated
2017-11-26 23:10:01
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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 Take Two and Call Me in the Morning

“Maybe we could be one of those modern triads, and share a flat after they get married.” I’m only half-joking.

Dean snorts something that sounds like “Co-dependent.”

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2 The Job Thousands would Kill For

To be fair, Charm isn’t the worst publication to intern for. It does promote young girls being strong, having opinions, and the like. Unfortunately those articles are wedged in-between the “Healthiest Snacks to Trim Fat” and “Ways to Make Him Say ‘Ahh’.”

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3 The Proposition

Rose gently sets a blue file folder on the table.

“Please tell me you’re not keeping files on Theo now.”

She glowers. “This isn’t about Theo.”


“This is about the Quidditch article I don’t want to write.”


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4 An Interview with Mister Wood

Then Wood knocks back his pint in one go. Seamus and I are both staring, me in horror and Seamus as though he had just found his future husband.

“Right.” I put my hands on Seamus’s shoulders, forcing him away. Dejectedly, he shuffles to a corner table.

Wood makes a sad face. “Aww, but he was the nice one.”

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5 A Very Brief Foray into Journalism

“Edie, come on. Is it worth giving him a bad name just because he pissed you off?”

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6 Lessons in Chemistry

“I know you’re a columnist—” I shoot him a glare, as if by reflex, and he corrects, “Journalist, right. But it seems like we have to spend some more time together professionally, and I really let it get off on the wrong foot. The timing was…not great for me, personally, but it’s still my fault.”

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7 Hell Hath No Fury like Rose Zeller Scorned

Turning tables, imaginary explosions, sugar and spite.

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8 Mother/Matchmaker

Setups, tofu and menopause.

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9 Bad Publicity

Tabloids, hipsters and plans made.

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10 And the Award Goes To...

Wedding dresses, spinach puffs and revenge.

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11 The Magic Touch

Plans foiled, little brothers, and slap-fights.

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12 Clink

Petty theft, not-dates and The Hanging Moon.

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13 In a Puff of Smoke

Kestrell green, questions answered, and nativity scenes.

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14 A Funny Thing Happened

Scrubbing toilets, self-realizations and Howlers.

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15 Motion Sickness

Fried eggs, daydreams and rude awakenings.

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16 Lisa Turpin-Finch-Fletchley Unravels

Breakfast disputes, irksome memories, and the first draft.

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17 Incendio!

Hot cocoa, lurking about, and very bad ideas.

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18 You've Got Moxie, Kid

Disguises, flirty doorknobs, and Priori Incantatem.

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19 Nothin' but a Number

Distractions, broken eggs and fresh air.

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20 The Match

Victories, losses, and potentially poisoned butterbeer.

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21 Apology Not Accepted

Relocations, prams and tiaras.

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22 Vanity, Not Love

Bathrobes, stern talkings-to, and squishy noses.

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23 The Opposite of Dreadful

Revolutions, smarmy pre-teens and Next-Times.

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24 Makeshift

Dog-eared pages, lobster puffs and a wedding.

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25 Good Decisions

Learning to swim, letters, and bad waltzing.

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26 And What a Mess It's Been

“What would’ve happened, if we’d met under different circumstances?”

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27 The Unfortunate Truth

“The only difference is that you pretend to better than the rest of us! Don’t give me that holier than thou bollocks.”

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28 A King on Her Throne

“Crying won’t get you anywhere. You have to seize what’s yours and never apologize for it.”

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29 Happy New Year?

Well, there’s always scrubbing toilets at the Rusty Knight.

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30 Girl Seeks General Sense of Purpose

Suddenly, I realize it: I am the villain of my own story.

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31 Just Edie

I’m too afraid to turn around. I want to stay suspended like this, in my excitement and nerves, in the moments before things could go terribly wrong.

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32 You Can Never Really Go Home

He kept it.

He kept it and it’s as if everyone else in the room has disappeared. For a few fleeting moments it’s only Oliver and me, and for the first time since I’ve arrived today, he’s really looking at me. Like he used to.

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33 Morning

Clearly Ada thinks that I stayed at the Three Broomsticks last night, and I’m not going to correct her. Actually, I tried to have an “Adult Sleepover” with your older brother! And failed!

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