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Rose was a Weasley. She never gave Scorpius Malfoy a second glance. They were sworn enemies, even though they’d barely even spoken to each other. But sometimes all it takes for love to blossom is a Potions lesson, a few snide remarks and a dropped book.
Two people. Two entirely different worlds that are suddenly intertwined.
Oh gosh, I just read the whole thing, and I enjoyed it immensely. My sentimental heart is beating wildly. I really like the character you've given Scorpius and I love his relationship with Rose. You've managed to give depth to both Scorpius and Rose, two characters we have basically no background on, and that's impressive. I can't wait to find out what happens.
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'m glad I made your heart beat wildly, lol. This was such a lovely review, and I really admire your writing, so it made me smile. Thanks again, love. :]
Summary: Lily Evans comes across a beautiful green book. She decides to use it as a diary and records the funniest, saddest, most exciting events inside of it.
(starts in the summer before her second year)
I never really understood why people wrote in dairies. I still don't and I write in one. I named mine White Lilies. I can't explain now though, I think Petunia's about to blow.
Five, Four, Three, Two ....
"What do you mean Lily has a friend from school coming over! I don't want any more Freaks in this house then we already do! Make them leave!" My sister, everyone. Boy, this is going to be one long day.
This is an interesting start. I'm curious to see where you take it. I really like your description of the diary and where Lily got it. There are a lot of diary stories, but this one seems unique. I'll keep an eye out for it.
Author's Response: Thanks! I've read a few of those diary stories and it's kind of clichéd now, but I thought that maybe, hopefully, I could make a unique one. I've also thought about not doing it in diary form/ part diary form but it wouldn't work with my plot. I'm so glad that you think that it's one of the unique ones!
Summary: There were three things Lily Potter and Rose Weasley knew they had in common. They both shared their names with rather popular flowers, they had both inherited the Weasley red hair and freckles gene, and they both had fairly famous fathers.
But there was still one unfortunate similarity that Rose and Lily were ignorant to: they had both grown a strong interest in the enemy. And the fact that both Rose and Lily shared a common ‘enemy’ only increased the undesirability of the circumstance. Oh, and by ‘enemy’ they meant Scorpius Malfoy.
‘I don’t understand you, Malfoy.’
He smirked. ‘You don’t have to.’
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.
*Winner of the 2010 Next Generation QSQ award*
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. :)