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Rating
Mature
Chapters
25
Words
104,650
Characters
Teddy, Victoire
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Teddy/Victoire, Other Pairing
Genre(s)
Drama, Mystery, Romance
Era
Next Generation
Advisory
Strong Language, Mild Violence, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Substance Use or Abuse
Story Reviews
95
Status
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2009-12-13 9:53pm
Last Chapter
2012-07-27 12:03pm
Last Updated
2012-08-09 8:57pm

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 Nothing Good Ever Came From a Long Eared Owl

If she'd known she was going to lose everybody at graduation, she'd have paid a little more attention.  She should've been befriending first years all along.  They weren't going anywhere for a while.

2,196 14
2 It's All Fun and Games Until Someone Gets Summoned

If it weren’t for irate and overprotective parents, her day would be going so much better right now.

5,249 15
3 Seven is So Not My Lucky Number

“You are lucky.  You know that?"  She shook her head.  Nothing stuck to that kid.
“Not lucky.  Good.”  He smirked. 
Victoire wished she could be either. 

3,403 9
4 The Fine Art of Reciprocity is Dead

Shouldn’t there be some sort of reciprocity here?  One good deed and all that.  
She was getting nothing of value from this bloke.

6,193 7
5 Where Do You Sweep Things If You Haven't Got a Rug?

There wasn't a rug big enough.

5,761 5
6 The Princess is Far From Comfy

One was blonde and the other brunette, but apart from their hair color, they looked the same - hairstyle, dress, even the way they sat.  Victoire found that more annoying than their glares.

3,775 4
7 Not Your Standard Muggle Event

Careful, wouldn't want to make this into a thing.

4,490 5
8 Didn't Say I Wasn't Tempted

“One day I’m going to tempt you.”  He tipped his glass to her and winked.
Victoire managed a cheeky grin with her reply, “Didn’t say I wasn’t tempted.”

5,419 4
9 Adventures in Competitive Table Poaching

“I think its more important to know how far you are willing to go rather than how far you are not willing to go,” Micah returned, “Eliminates any confusion that might arise in the heat of the moment.”
Victoire sat back in her chair and crossed her legs. “I’m pretty sure home is where I want to go now.”

3,606 3
10 Just Bob, Bob, Bobbing Along

Any man who feels the need to tell me Bob is short for Robert can’t be too hard to outsmart.

5,430 1
11 The Politics of Petting

Oh, sweet Merlin, her near future consisted of a box with holes punched in it, she just knew it.

4,816 1
12 Double, Double Dates and Trouble

Really, how did boys manage to evolve with only anger and laughter as emotional outlets.  Fine, she’d give him one more round, and they were done.  She wasn’t that good a friend.

4,679 2
13 The Brilliance of Footed Pyjamas

The outsider.  Yes, that was her.  Freezing her bum off on the roof.  Where could she get a darn pair of footed pyjamas? A t-shirt and sleep shorts didn’t cut it for people prone to late night freak-outs. 

5,450 2
14 Wagging the Dog

Owen was like a puppy - if not kept occupied, he’d get himself into trouble. 

5,664 1
15 The Allure of Other People's Drama

Couldn't she go back to worrying about someone else's drama? Much safer that way.

4,625 1
16 That Which Does Not Kill Us

If she squinted, she could almost pretend she and Teddy were still students themselves.

1,897 1
17 It's Not Like I Haven’t Seen It Before

She'd convinced herself she could be happy with his friendship.  Merlin, she was wrong.

4,867 3
18 Never Trust Superstitions Born From Excessive Time at Sea

“‘Course most crews will also tell you having women onboard is bad luck.”

“I reckon that depends on the woman.” The familiar Aussie accent reached them from the dimness of the deck above. “I’d take my chances with you two.”

4,000 1
19 Experience Never Grades On A Curve

“That, my dear, I cannot presume to tell. Experience administers the test first, you see, and the lesson after.”

3,334 0
20 Home Is Where The Floo Is

Victoire had learned, from about age five, to measure her mum's agitation by her accent.  She was pushing Fleur to the point of rapid French, but she couldn't seem to stop.

2,692 4
21 Snatching Defeat From the Jaws of Victory

The Ministry really should ban parents from using any word found in a dictionary to brand their children at birth. No one wanted that kind of pressure.

4,357 0
22 Reindeer Games

She'd regain the Christmas spirit if it killed her and her voice.

2,361 5
23 Losing the Plot

 She was a ruddy open book today, only she seemed the sole person who hadn’t read the latest chapter.

3,182 0
24 Familiarity Breeds Attempt

 Now he was merely irritating her for sport.

2,360 3
25 Fear is a Four Letter Word

 "You know a lot about billywigs, then?" 

Owen shrugged. "I liked the sting; I learned the bugs."

4,844 4

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