Summary: My name is Rose Evans. My parents were Lily and James Potter, and Harry Potter is my twin brother, though he didn't know. I was raised by Severus Snape. This is my story.
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Ah.. the death eaters would never think to look under the table! LOL
Good chapter, this is quite interesting. Keep up the good work
Author's Response: Thank you! Wow, my table bit is getting an excellent response. I'll have to remember that for future fics. ;)
Summary: Number Three was born into a lonely world. Left on the doorsteps of an orphanage days after she was born, her life is clearly planned out. Live, and then die. But Number Three won't take that. She's a witch, and witches are strong. What will it take to find her purpose?
Go cry over all the starving children in Africa if you want to. But not me. There’s no meaning for it. My existence is one that even, I, myself, can hardly understand.
Number Three, nameless and lonely, will soon meet great withes and wizards, some of which are more important than others. Some of which she may grow to love dearly. But is love enough to mend a hopeless, broken heart?
Very interesting and suspenseful. I look forward to reading more.
Author's Response: Thank you very much! I appreciate you reading it, and I know I'll have more up soon, ha-ha.
Summary: The fourth sequel to The Accidental Godmother showcases a variety of moments in the lives of the recently expanded Snape family.
I have absolutely loved your series of stories. I think you captured Snape's personality perfectly. The girls are precious.
I guess it isn't possible.. but I too wish they could have more children.
Author's Response: I am thrilled to hear that you have thoroughly enjoyed the series so far! :) I have had so much fun writing the stories and knowing that someone, somewhere, likes reading them is just the icing on the cake! Like you, I also adore the girls; they will feature more prominently in the upcoming chapters as they get older. As to your comment about the Snapes having more children (which can't happen since I already nixed that possibility), all I can say is that I can't really imagine Snape having a pack of children at home like the Weasleys; I think his solitary nature is more compatible with a small family. I gave Celie and Severus twins because I wanted the two girls to have totally different personalities, so that I could write both humor and drama. Thank you for your sweet review and I hope that you like the next chapter! :) Smiles, Ruby Emeralds