Summary: It's Lily's last year at Hogwarts, and she's determined to make it the best. But with Voldemort taking over everywhere, people are becoming distraught and friendships are breaking. Not to mention a certain someone just won't seem to give up on her. It seems like Lily just can't catch a break, and her friends and family are in danger...
I love the story so far...and random question (please answer) how do you know how many people have read your story?
Summary: It's their last year and Lily is shocked to find that something is different about James...come to think about it...somethings different about Lily as well...will the two finally be able to find the love they are destined to share?
I really liked all of it...but the last couple paragraphs seemed weaker than the rest of the story (and I missed James' crooked smile!)
Summary: "What can I say?" James shrugged his shoulders. "We are just obviously,"
James laughed, "Meant to be."
Lily Evans and James Potter share absolutely nothing in common, not even their feelings for each other. Lily, perceived as a ‘model student,’ detests the handsome, popular, Quidditch star James, who she thinks to be something of a git. James, on the contrary, has been infatuated with Lily for years, and has let her and the whole school know it.
As time progresses into Voldemort’s ‘reign of terror,’ the two have to learn to trust, tolerate, and love each other.
Please note, this story is incomplete, and will likely remain so for a long time. I apologize!
Is Professor Voyant's first name Claire, by any chance?
Author's Response: ahahha. took me a little too long to get that. it is now. :)
oh oops...someone already said the same thing
Summary: Remus Lupin is a man with a tragic past, filled with pain, suffering and sorrow. But it is also a past filled with great adventure, true friendship and…love? Even though the odds were against him, Remus found happiness at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He had the Marauders, he was a prefect and his transformations were less horrible, thanks to his Animagi friends. What more could a teenage werewolf want? And how long could his happiness last? Remus and the Marauders prove that in the saddest of lives and darkest of times, there can still be moments of bliss.
Remus centric but with a lot of the other Marauders. This story is a romance, but has almost as much general Marauder era background and side story as romance.
Pre-HBP and DH, so some things from DH will be disregarded, as the warning indicates, but some Spoilers will be incorporated.
I really liked this chapter! (And I'm delighted that you like TKAM). Random question, please answer: how do you know how many people have read your story?
Can't wait for the next chapter!
Author's Response: Thank you, Nymphea. I\'m glad to know you enjoyed it. I adore TKAM, but you know, I\'m such a goof that it took me 5 minutes to figure out what you were talking about. *facepalm* It isn\'t like we don\'t refer to every Harry Potter by acronyms, and LotR, etc... I can be so slow it scares me. @.@ But, yes, it is one of the all time greatest books/movies ever! Regarding the number of people who have read...There is no way to know. When I first started posting, the site used a different system and there was a reads counter that would come up on your account page. When they revamped the site, they did away with that. I\'m really sort of glad, because it wasn\'t very accurate anyway. It would register a read even if someone accidentally clicked on your story. *shrugs* Now all we have to tell us if people are reading are the reviews and how many people have you on their faves list. So, that\'s a long answer to your question, when the answer is just that you don\'t know. :*) That\'s why reviews are so important. So thank you for letting me know you are reading.
I joined MuggleNet fanfiction in part to write, but also to tell you how much I love MOB! I love how you set everything up, like Remus learning Wadiwassi and that chocolate remedies a dementor attack. I think you nailed his character--he's exactly like I imagine he would be at school. I think it's perfect that Remus' dad works with magical creatures. I think you did a great job writing about him. One of my favorite parts is when Lindi is talking about if it's safe to kiss a werewolf--because so many authors don't address that at all, but you thought it through. I can't wait for the next chapter! (and I'm sorry that review was kind of rambling.)
Author's Response: Thank you, Nymphea. I don\'t think the review was rambling at all; it is lovely! I\'m really happy to know you are enjoying the story and all the little details. I have spent too much time thinking about them, I think, but I\'m obsessed with Remus, so I can\'t help myself. LOL Thank you so much for taking the time to review. I really appreciate it. :)
Summary: James finally asks Lily out. The problem is, he chose a roundabout way of getting to her. Plus, he stands a high risk of breaking his neck in the process. Told from Remus Lupin's POV. Rated 3rd-5th years for slight language and mild innuendo on James's part. One-shot.
A/N: Quick note to all: I am sorry, but there are no plans for a sequel for PC. I hate to disappoint you all, but I feel that the story is better standing alone, leaving the rest to your imaginations.
I love this story! James' character is absolutely right.
I love this story! James' character is absolutely right.
Summary: Everyone knows the story after that Halloween night that Harry Potter became an orphan... but what about before? James Potter and Lily Evans are two young people with an extroadinary story of bravery, friendship, and love. Join them throughout their seven years at Hogwarts and see how the past affects the future.
You wrote: James’s lifeless hand.
But he wasn't dead...maybe you should say limp or something?
I really like this fic; for the most part it's true to how I think of the characters.
eugh...Lily wouldn't drink illegally! And honestly, I don't think James would either. I really like the story so far, but this chapter bugged me.
Summary: Lily's eighteenth birthday is approaching fast. Will one of her friends figure out to do with a long-neglected organ?
I thought at first the "long-neglected organ" was like the liver or something, which would have really been weird. But I liked the story!
Summary: It was no wonder my friends had abandoned me to the clutches of this couch that just happened to be in the same room as the girl I adored who just happened to hate me and who wished I had never been born. Definitely not a good day... Flip. That noise was going to drive me crazy, I swear it.
A James/Lily humour story that takes place before she changed her mind about him.
made me smile--very nice. Not quite how I imagine James, but still well-written.
Summary: Alia is to be put to death for treason against the Dark Lord. She is alone, awaiting her fate. She could despair over her misfortune, but instead she writes a letter, her last letter.
I will go to a happy place
This doesn't seem quite right. Perhaps "better place"? Happy place breaks the mood you've created through the story. Otherwise, really well done.
Author's Response: Well, she is going to be with Charlie, so it is happy to her. Thank you.
Summary: Lily Evans was perfectly happy with her life. She had a good job, good friends, and was getting married to a great guy! But upon finding out that James Potter is engaged to the perfect girl, she begins reconsider her feelings towards him. Both Lily and James discover that some things don’t just disappear, and maybe they’re worth a second chance.
This story will be two chapters.
It was full of passion, but it was gently. Should that be "gentle"?
I love this story...thank goodness Mirabelle was nice about it--though it seems a little unrealistic that she would take it so stoically. She should marry Aaron.
This is very well-written, one of my favorites of your work.
Author's Response: Thank you! And I\'ll go change that. This was one of the first fics on the site and I haven\'t looked at it in ages.
Summary: As Sirius walks amidst the rubble of Lily and James’s house that fateful night, he reflects on their relationship over the years. Sirius’s POV.
the juxtaposition of memories with the present makes the pain of James and Lily's deaths that much more powerful.
very beautifully written.
Summary: 2009 QSQ Awards Winner for Best Chaptered Canon Romance
Before the chosen one was ever born, his parents had to meet, fall in love, and defy Voldemort three times. Easier said than done. Things were never easy for Harry Potter's parents, but it gets a whole lot harder when Death Eaters kidnap Lily. This is the story of Lily and James, the trials they face, and how James finally wins Lily's heart. (pre-Deathly Hallows)
“I’ll always protect you.”
oh, I love it! This was such a good chapter! You planned everything out so carefully, and it really comes together here. This story is so intriguing!
Author's Response: Thanks! I have been planning this all for a while, and I'm glad you appreciate it and find the story intriguing. :)
okay, one final review.
This was one of the first stories I read on MNFF, and the first that I loved. I think it's part of the reason I started writing my own: this story was such a good example of what a fanfiction can be.
The beginning is what I remember most vividly, because it's tied up with all those memories of finding the James/Lily category and discovering there were stories in my head, too. From the very beginning, the way you described Lily and James so fit with both what JKR has written and with the characters as I imagined them that I couldn't stop reading. There's just a deliciousness, a tenderness, to the way you write their relationship--and even though the whole story is set in the made-up world of Harry Potter, the emotions are absolutely, gut-wrenchingly real, especially Lily's post-trauma development as a character.
My favorite plot twist was the discovery of Ted's duplicity. But the whole story line of the captured people was so creative and intriguing; it really gave a sense of urgency to all the events of the story. There's a war happening at the same time.
Thank you for finishing this. And yes, the epilogue is a little depressing, but I love the last line. And the epilogue isn't depressing in a bad way, just a real way. "What if?" is always the question that plagues us, isn't it, and Sirius and Emmeline feel the weight of that question here.
I can't wait to read more of your work!
Author's Response: Thank you so very much! It makes me smile to think that this story helped give you the push to write your own fanfiction :) And I'm so glad that you thought the emotions real, as that's always something for which I strive. I do think that a lot of Lily/James fics simply skip over the "there's a war going on" aspect, which clearly would have affected them in some way, so its good to know that you thought the plot captured plot line put the war into the story, and also that you liked Ted's duplicity -- I had been waiting to do that since the beginning and it was so exciting to have it all finally come out. Thanks again!
I love this story. I love it. Ted is such a fascinating, complex character and I'm so happy he's with Emma.
are there going to be any more memories? my feeling is that since Lily is starting to move on, she won't have any more...but maybe from Emma or Ted's pov?
Again, I love this story.
Author's Response: There are a few more memories left, but you're write, Lily is certainly having them less because, thankfully, she is starting to move on. And yes, you guessed it -- they'll be memories for both Emma and Ted in the upcoming chapters. Thanks for the review -- I'm glad you enjoy the story!
I can't wait!!! This was a good chapter; the memory was very well written (and congrats on your QSQ!)
Author's Response: Thanks, I thought it was a pretty good memory too! And thanks for the congrats, as well. :)
I was just rereading this chapter when I remembered how AWESOME Ted is! But I'm kind of confused: did Lily actually kill him later?
Author's Response: You\'re not supposed to know. There are all sorts of clues, but honestly, not enough for you to possibly guess what really happened. . . . Thanks for the review!