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James, Lily, OC, Remus Lupin, Sirius Black, Snape, Peter Pettigrew
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Romance, Angst, AU
Strong Language, Mild Violence, Scenes of a Mild Sexual Nature, Sensitive Topic/Issue/Theme
Story Reviews
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2006-01-04 3:13am
Last Chapter
2007-08-09 1:52am
Last Updated
2007-08-09 1:52am

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 One To Appease

Image hosted by Lily Evans remained shadowed and distant from the world she loved so dearly. Control was Michael's weakness; temptation hers. Yet, when James Potter enters her life, without so much as a warning or brief hesitation, Lily finds truth. For James Potter refused to give up on her. Banner by xolilyox

1,631 18
2 One To Anticipate

James Potter proves to Lily Evans that he is full of surprises.

1,565 14
3 One To Oblige

The past is very much repetitive.

1,303 7
4 One To Listen

Lily learns more about the source of Michael's anger.

1,903 10
5 One To Lose

As the winter season rolls in, Lily talks to Michael about what the news she recently acquired regarding the deaths of his parents and brother.

2,063 22
6 One To Carry On

James and Lily have a very enlightening conversation in the courtyard.

1,746 10
7 One To Reminisce

James and Lily share a moment of reflection by the lake.

1,777 14
8 One To Mend

Lily may not be as "over" Michael Crouch as she had once believed.

3,510 10
9 One To Break Hearts

Lily Evans becomes officially enlightened.

4,869 17


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