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A Little Too Late by magic42
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 4]

Summary: Set in the Marauder's fifth year, follow the story of James and Lily. Witness the rollercoaster of emotions, feel the tensions running high, experience the drama that only the Marauders can bring.

Follow their lives, their laughs, their loves.


It’s been a month, and the wound is still raw and fresh as ever in my mind. It hurts to know that what we had once is now gone. All because of one word, one choice.

I know that Dumbledore always says that it’s the choices we make that set us apart. But I hate the fact that we are forced to make a choice and take a side. If only he hadn’t been in Slytherin, if only he hadn’t been into the Dark Arts, if only he wasn’t taking that side, if only he didn’t call me that word.

Categories: James/Lily Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 1131 Chapters: 1 Completed: No
05/03/11 Updated: 05/08/11

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