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Sometimes the world breaks into pieces and your heart with it - this Pansy realises in the cruellest of ways, but as Luna reminds her: We all fall at times.
The war is over. Voldemort is gone. His Death Eaters are gone--except for two. Bellatrix and Rodolphus Lestrange remain at large.
What will happen when someone from Bellatrix's past finds her beaten and broken? Could she ever have a second chance?
Well, in my mind there are some connections that can't be broken. I don't think Andromeda could really do anything that would hurt sister, especially when she's in the condidtion Bella is in.
Thanks so much for the review!
I wondered about her not recognizing the voice, but it seemed to fit well, and it had been years since they were last together. And I guess it would be kind of easy to agree with Ted because he's looking at things from a detached, rational point of view. Bella is nothing to him, so he's the situation in a much clear way then Andromeda ever could. Yes, it is a very hard situation for Andromeda to deal with.
I'm glad my Bella being blind twist wasn't too obvious. I wondered about that too.
As for your questions, all will be reveled in due course. *smiles evilily*
Thanks for the review!
The Bella running away seems a little OOC(from what we absolulty know about her), but I don't believe that she is as in love with the Dark Lord as she appears to be. I don't know how she could be. He's um...not really nice to her or anything...
As for the lengths she went to, to find him the first time he "died", I have so many theories on that. Each crazier than the last. But that whole deal made no sense to me. I think there was more going on there then we know about. Why would they even think the Longbottoms would know the whereabouts of the Dark Lord??? Anyway, if I get going on this you'll have a ten page response, and I doubt you want that so I'll stop.
I've always thought of Rodolphus as an abusive pshyco. Just my take on him.
And Tonks, hehe, you're right she has no fond memories of her aunt. As far as we know they have only been in the same room once, and they weren't exactly playing nice. I can tell you that Tonks is none too happy when she finds out what her mother is doing.
Agh! That would have been a good idea. She was even there that night. I should have had her mention it.
Anyway, yeah, Tonks is in a tight spot, but like her mother, she has chosen family over sense. I never thought that sense was much of a Black family trait anyway. They all seem to be pretty erratic.
And in the end, Tonks loses more than her job over this little stunt.
Glad you enjoyed my little look at the Black sister's childhood.
Thanks so much for all of your reviews!:D
What do you suppose happened when Harry and Cho bumped into each other at the Hogwarts Express? The zillion thoughts going through their heads is something to ponder about, isn't it? Oh well! I have a take! It's rather random and a bit OOC, but I hope you like it.
There are times when we feel alone, times when we feel sad. Sometimes, all you really need is somebody beside you.
Hermione Granger reflects on her life as she contemplates the painful emotions inflicted from her memory of what happened during the last battle.