lol. Really nice! I love it. Being a twin myself I like to think I know how Fred and George feel. But seeing as they're guys...it's not really working. haha. Fred is an . Aw! George is doubting Alicia, when she said she was waiting for her favorite twin, aw! I can't wait to read the next chapter! Brilliant job!
I don't know why more people don't write about the less-than-main characters. Even though that's probably a good thing, since it makes them all the more rare, and they're almost always WAY better than a lot of the other stories. And now I don't know what I mean.
Look forward to the other chapters!
Aww. Poor George (
"They were gone a minute later when I told them that Fred had a date and I didn't know where Harry was."
I swear, if it weren't for the fact that it would have really upset George and probably crippled my chances of getting him to go to the ball with me, I would happily have killed Fred Weasley just then.
I love your story! It's really hard to get good stories about couples that don't involve any of the main characters, but you're definitely vitiating this. Your style is wonderful, I really enjoy reading every single sentence. It sounds as if Alicia were sitting opposite me, telling me everything. And then there are those laughs like at the end, when I couldn't help but giggle - unfortunately I'm sitting in our library, where everyone else works and complete silence is wanted
I'm looking forward to the next chapter! Keep up the good work!
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