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April Fool by Northumbrian
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 13]

Summary: George's birthday is never truly happy. Will this year be any different?

Great Hall Cotillion story No.3 from Northumbrian

Categories: Other Pairing Genre: Warnings: Strong Profanity

Word count: 4929 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
02/12/12 Updated: 02/12/12


Reviewer: Marie Mitchell Signed
Date: 01/05/13 Title: Chapter 1: April Fool

I have read a lot of fan fiction, and by far you are the best. I really love Angelina and George and this story is tops in my book. I was wondering if Endings and Beginnings is going to be a continuation of this one shot?

Author's Response: Thanks for the compliment. I'm a big fan of canon, and I probably don't write enough George/Angelina. Endings and Beginnings is a sequel to Hunters and Prey, so it's centred around H/G and R/H but it will certainly include George/Angelina too. -N-

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