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Things Aren't Always Black and White by padfootsgirl1981

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
2009 QSQs: Runner-up: Best Romance - Other Character Story

Add together one ladies' man, one Quidditch player, one werewolf, and one soon-to-be traitor. Then, mix in one imaginative idiot, one fiery redhead, one clever Ravenclaw, and one blonde artist. Stir counterclockwise until trouble occurs, and you are dealing with one of the best-loved group of friends in Hogwarts history. Follow the story of the four Marauders and four equally troublesome girls. See them deal with their first encounters of love, sorrow, heartache… and Death Eaters. How will these future Order members cope with the ordeals that life throws at them? Will love blossom in what was once thought a highly unlikely place? What do you do when the person you care about most in the world doesn’t seem to notice you at all? Will a well-kept secret shatter the foundations of a seven-year friendship? Follow the lives of these friends through their last year at school to the dramatic final battle with Lord Voldemort two decades later.

Warnings are for later chapters, and any sexual situations are very minor.

Chapter Twenty Two: "The Snakes Strike" is in the queue. Excerpt:

Perfume filled his nostrils as Emma walked passed and Rosier’s gaze lingered on her bare, pale legs as the group headed outdoors. “Don’t you just love summer?” he inquired of Regulus, a hungry sneer lighting his face.

“This is ridiculous,” Regulus announced in a furious whisper, “we’re never going to get them alone!”

“Have faith, Black,” commanded Rosier smoothly. “Girls are well renowned for their desire for girly chats. I’m sure they’ll slip off the shackles of their chaperones soon enough.”

Reviewer: juleiscool Signed
Date: 12/02/07 Title: Chapter 2: Chapter 2 - Genius Meet Lunacy

I think that you should balance the amount of focus on the characters more. You write about one particular character so much and make him/her involved in the most situations. Plus the attention he/she gets isn't fair to the rest of the characters. Although your pacing is good, focusing only on one character and trying to make them the most likeable makes them seem terribly concieted.

Author's Response: Hi, yes I do realise that Kirsty steals the main focus within my story, but I really wanted to establish her as a character as this is esentially her story, hence the title. But I do understand where you are coming from and the other characters get their limelights as the story progresses. They, too, have their personal life experiences told and become an integral part of the story. Thank you for your constructive ctriticism, I really have taken it on board, and thanks for reviewing!

Hermione's Horcrux by Ravensgryff

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Hermione is a strong and capable witch; the brightest witch of her age. But that doesn't mean she doesn't have her own internal struggles, especially when Horcruxes are involved.
Reviewer: juleiscool Signed
Date: 12/08/07 Title: Chapter 3: Interlude

This is getting to be really cute. Although I can pretty much guess the ending, I can't wait until the next chapter is up :3