Okay, I buy Lily as a wild child - all of her mother's mischief and rebellious spirit with none of the fear of imminent death and horror that weighed down her parents' generation. What strikes me as off is her naivete. It took her three months to figure this out? Maybe if she hadn't had morning sickness - but that's such a dead giveaway. I'd have at least expected one of her friends to go, "Merlin, Lils, what are you, preggo?" before now. Having had babies myself, I can't help but think that a girl who goes three months without even thinking, "wait a sec..." is one who's completely unaware of her body, and I don't see Ginny's daughter (much less Hermione's niece and a girl with so many older female cousins) growing up that clueless.
That aside, good story so far. I really enjoyed WWC and I am looking forward to the appearance of more family members in this one and getting to know more about Lysander.
Summary: Four years after the Battle, a strange desire draws Hermione Granger. What could possibly make her visit Malfoy Manor?
LOL! Excellent! Anti-Dramione indeed. Way to go. Looking forward to more "Aurors and Schoogirls" - not too much longer, I hope?
Author's Response: Anti-Dramione – nice phrase. If that's what this is then there should be more anti-Dramione stories in my opinion. I will be resubmitting the next chapter of A&S within a couple of days. N