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    Rating
    Mature
    Chapters
    4
    Words
    18,046
    Characters
    Fred, George, Oliver, OC, OtherCanon
    Primary Relationship
    Other Pairing
    Secondary Relationship(s)
    OC/OC
    Genre(s)
    Humor, Romance, AU
    Era
    Hogwarts
    Advisory
    Strong Language, Mild Violence, Scenes of a Mild Sexual Nature
    Story Reviews
    159
    Status
    Work In Progress (WIP)
    First Published
    2007-08-06 9:15pm
    Last Chapter
    2008-11-15 8:52pm
    Last Updated
    2008-11-15 8:52pm

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    Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
    1 Prologue

    Andy Williams has had enough of people making fun of her sporty persona. In fact, she even has the girls give her a makeover . . .of doom. Who knew that a few hair clips and eyeliner could cause so much drama . . .with her Quidditch captain?

    4,302 53
    2 Promise and Precision

    After a hair-raising disaster or two, Andy is stuck delivering Wood to the Hospital Wing, where she finds something that peaks curiosity and a few personal dilemmas.

    5,010 42
    3 Birds In My Ears

    Oliver Wood finds out what the consequinces are of setting up teammates, peeping, and eating cookies with Williams.

    3,338 23
    4 Don't Look Out The Window

    Skipping practice isn't always best in the eyes of a Captain; Andy learns that the hard way. Then add a stray quaffle to make a day all the better.

    5,396 41

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