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Rating
Mature
Chapters
6
Words
30,318
Characters
Lupin, Sirius, A. Longbottom, Lily, James, Lucius, Pettigrew, OtherCanon
Primary Relationship
James/Lily
Secondary Relationship(s)
Genre(s)
Romance, Action/Adventure, AU
Era
Other
Advisory
Strong Language, Strong Violence, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Substance Use or Abuse, Sensitive Topic/Issue/Theme
Story Reviews
254
Status
Abandoned
First Published
2007-04-19 5:45pm
Last Chapter
2010-08-30 4:25am
Last Updated
2010-08-30 4:25am

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 The Problem

Lily Evans is a head-strong, independent woman.  When Lucius Malfoy, the mayor's son, proposes marriage to her, her first instinct is to run.  Unfortunately, her destination is not the most savory...

4,509 46
2 The Bad Beginning

Aboard the pirate ship, it seems Lily can do nothing right. She manages to anger both the captain and the crew...and suffers the consequences.

5,194 43
3 The Battle

The Order fights the battle and Lily learns what it's like to be a pirate.  She then learns to adapt to life on a pirate ship.

5,745 39
4 A Chance Meeting

When the crew of The Order finally return to Frenado, Lily revels in dressing as a woman once more.  That is, until she meets a handsome stranger who sends her in a whirlwind of danger...and passion.

4,800 48
5 The Market

Lily shows James around Frenado and they finally kiss. But what's James' big secret?

5,741 53
6 The Map

Lily and James come to terms.

4,329 25

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