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I really like this story! I love Rose/Scorpius and this is a unique way to present their relationship. I can't wait to see what happens with Lily! I'll definitely keep reading!
Author's Response: Thanks kask! I'm really glad you enjoyed it :) Next chapter should be up shortly! ~ Cassie
It was like a wizard tale. The clever Slytherin helps a hag who later repays the debt. Except that Rose Weasley wasn't a hag, and Scorpius didn't expect to call in the favour.
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I really like this story! I'm a crazy Rose/Scorpius fan, so any fic, I'm there! But this has a bit of a twist and I love it! I'm really curious about Rose. Is she just awful at Potions, so awful that Albus has to help her? Or is it something more? I dabbed in the theory that maybe Rose couldn't read, but that seemed kind of ridiculous even to me. Haha. Anyway, can't wait for the next chapter! Love the story! :)
Thank you for liking the story! Rose isn't awful at Potions, she's just a different type of learner, who learns by experiencing/doing. I had her explain it in the second chapter:
His footsteps were eerily quiet. "How do you do it?" Malfoy asked when he returned. "Make top marks."
If he'd been patronising, implying she had a learning disability or must cheat, she wouldn't have answered. She used a drying spell on the cauldron. "What I write down, I remember. A new potion's tricky, but once I go through the steps, have the directions down, I can brew it perfectly every time."
So yes, absolutely, it's something more, and your theory just shows you have a good imagination that explores all posibilities. :)