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    AU. When Lily died, Snape removed his heart and replaced it with a steel trap. But rescuing her daughter from the Dursleys in the summer of ’92 is the first step on a long road to discovering this is less true than he’d thought. A girl!Harry story, starting in Chamber of Secrets and continuing through Goblet of Fire. Future Snape/Harriet. (OotP - DH will continue in a separate story.)

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  2. 24 Jan 2020

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  3. 22 Jan 2020

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    I am usually not a fan of girl Harry but this story hits you right in the teenage girlhood.

  4. 22 Jan 2020

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  5. 18 Jan 2020

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  6. 10 Jan 2020

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  11. 25 Dec 2019

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  12. 25 Dec 2019

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  13. 24 Dec 2019

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    To read...

  14. 20 Dec 2019

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  16. 04 Dec 2019

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    챕터 3 중간

  17. 21 Nov 2019

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  18. 19 Nov 2019

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    An interesting depiction of how Harriet might be different and of Snape’s POV. There were some good jokes too. The main downside is how many scenes rehashed or quoted from canon, but though such quotes can be large, they are by far the minority of the story. The ending is definitely a setup for what’s to come rather than a true ending, but it’s acceptable knowing that.

  19. 14 Nov 2019

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  21. 09 Nov 2019

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    // When a brightness started to shine behind her closed eyes, older-Harriet opened them.

    The water around them was glowing. It was like the blue-silver-white of the Patronus, like a fire lit beneath their feet. The longer Snape spoke, not even taking a breath, the brighter it grew, tingeing with gold. . . but was it spreading across the lake, or spreading up them? It was hard to tell—it was impossible—it was filling the world, her eyes, her whole body, blotting out the dark of the wood and the sky and the diamond-glint of the stars; blotting out Snape (and there, a pang, as if he was the only loss that mattered). His voice rolled through her first like falling water, then like the thundering of a waterfall, down from an enormous height into mist and darkness below—into a yawning blackness she'd never known was there until his voice tried to fill it, and dropped down, down, down, echoing through those cold, empty spaces where something dwelt, unseen—

    And then, for a third time, the world exploded.

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    “You really believe that, don’t you?” Sirius asked from right behind him. It took all of Remus’ self-control not to jump.

    Sirius went on, “That guff you told Holly-berry, about me loving—about you being a substitute—a second choice. For James.”

    “Sirius,” Remus said, turning his face away, panic pressing on his heart, wringing it flat.

    “You’ve believed that all this time,” said Sirius. “I left you alone, believing it.”

    Remus shook his head. He could barely see, for the edges of the room were dulling in front of him, the world turning monochrome in his fear.

    Sirius put his hand on the back of Remus’ neck and leaned in, pressing their foreheads together, as he’d done last night, and the world sharpened into swirls of deepest hue.

    “Remus,” Sirius said, his voice half a whisper, “let me in.”

    And at the touch of his voice, the warmth of his touch, something in Remus’ heart collapsed, falling down, down into itself, into a blackness so bottomless, somewhere it turned to gold.

    -

    “I need to go,” he said, his lips hardly moving.

    He felt the blackness rising within him, as if he were descending to someplace dark and cold, where all cares and caresses were gone. They could not dwell down there in the cold, in the dark, where no light reached. He took only with him the smallest flame, pale and silver, giving off no heat, so he could find his way. With every step he felt the calm that brushes against the edge of terror and fury, building around him film of ice that could shatter with a touch.

    He had known himself here before. It was. . . familiar, an old path he’d walked many times before. There was no light in the darkness but that one flame that lit him from within, yet he knew his way. He had not forgot it at all.

    Silent, holding his gaze, Dumbledore held out his wand.

    “If you are prepared, Severus,” he said quietly.

    “I will do my best to return.”

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