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A Very Long Day by MetamorphmagusLupin
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 11]

Summary: AU. Teaching dunderheads had been difficult; being a spy, even more so. Manipulating the Darkest wizard of the age had been nothing short of taxing. And yet, there are days when Severus believes that everything else pales in comparison to the trials of parenting. Another glimpse in my SEVERUS AND ZOE SERIES.

Categories: General Fics Genre: Warnings: Alternate Universe

Word count: 22915 Chapters: 4 Completed: Yes
01/17/13 Updated: 02/10/13

Reviewer: naturalgirl Signed
Date: 02/10/13 Title: Chapter 3: From the River to Bed

Enjoying your Snape and Zoe very much. Please continue. He is such a good dad. Maybe a lady friend for Severus would be good for both of them. Just thinking ;-)

Reviewer: naturalgirl Signed
Date: 02/12/13 Title: Chapter 4: Better Days

Love your stories. Please do write more. I will read for sure. Thanks.

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