Summary: After tragedy strikes at Beauxbatons Academy, the school is required to shut down. Several students are forced to transfer to the other magic schools in Europe. One of these students is Amelia Jordan, who, along with two of her siblings, is sent to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. After being sorted into Gryffindor, Amelia's easy going personality helps her befriend Lily Evans and her friends Leah, Micky, and Haylie. Along with this, Amelia finds herself caught up in the schemes of a certain Marauder by the name of Padfoot. Between homework, Quidditch, romance, and the growing threat of You-Know-Who, Amelia soon learns that life at Hogwarts is NEVER boring!
I am really enjoying this so far!
Summary: Remus Lupin had no expectations when he came to Hogwarts to teach. He did not expect to stay on staff past the first full moon yet alone the entire school year. He certainly did not expect to fall for the Muggle Studies professor…nor did he anticipate how much one student, one prisoner, and one night would change the life he had almost had with her.
This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw writing for EquinoxChick's birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CAROLE!
I really enjoyed the first chapter! I must admit, I don't know much about Charity, so this will be a fun read. I have a feeling it will be sad... but I'm looking forward to it, nevertheless!
Summary: Fame and infamy are closely related. Reputations are not always what they seem. Lavender Brown has a lot of explaining to do.
Lovely, I really enjoyed it.
Author's Response: Thank you. -N-
War takes things and keeps on taking them, and the things it takes don't come back to you. A story about Hannah Abbott and Terry Boot.This is WeasleyMom of Hufflepuff writing for the Romance Class final on the beta boards. I can't thank Kara enough for her incredible help and encouragement with this story. Her beta work was fabulous and I'm eternally grateful! Thanks also to my flist for chatting me through various issues as I wrote this. You lot know who you are. *hugs*
I really enjoyed this story, I must say that I do have a soft spot for bittersweet endings, as much as I like happy ones.
The bittersweet endings make everything so much more painful. Anyway - great job!
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it. I'm usually a sure thing with happy endings, and they really could have been canon-compliant, at least for a while. But in the end, I just felt the changes wrought inside them by the war were too much. Thanks so much for reading and taking the time to review. I appreciate it so much! ~Lori