Harriet Lily Potter

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hisimperfectangel25 By hisimperfectangel25 Updated a year ago
Harriet Lily Evans was raised by her Uncle Remus, a close of friend of her late parents. Her parents died in an accident when she was still a baby, or that was what she was told to believe. Harriet is about to begin her third year when her Uncle Remus gets a job at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as a teacher, she then transfers there and meet many different people, a very bright witch who isn't very friendly, a family of red haired kids, a boy well hated by people yet she befriends, and Harry Potter, The-Boy-Who-Lived. Join Harriet as she goes to the famous school of Witchcraft, play Quidditch and findout about her true identity and escape the clutches of one Sirius Black.
loveandobsessions loveandobsessions 4 months ago
When I first thought "What if Harry had a sister?", Harriet Lily was the first thing I had first considered as her name. I siriusly thought I was the only one who imagined it.

And this story seems really interesting.
KHARLENALIZAL KHARLENALIZAL 5 months ago
HE WAS BOTH SEEKER AND CHASER, MOVIE OR BOOK, HE WAS BOTH SO SHUT UP AND LET ME READ AND DON'T LET ME FIND ANY OF YOU ARGUING AGAIN OR THINGS WILL BE BAD!
KHARLENALIZAL KHARLENALIZAL 5 months ago
@BornAnIrishGirl WRONG! He was both seeker and chaser so be and quiet and get over it! *Snaps fingers*
gryffindor_lion gryffindor_lion 6 months ago
@gryffindor_lion 
@princessofslytherinx
a couple of things.
1. I AM NOT A SQUIB
2. I read the British version and the book did say that James was seeker
Just_a_fangurlXX Just_a_fangurlXX 8 months ago
@aaubrey123 he was only a seeker in the films. The films lie J.k Rowling said that he was a chaser in the books
MeTheDumbPotterhead MeTheDumbPotterhead 9 months ago
It doesn't really matter, the author can make James what ever position she wants, I've had experience with another book and it's not really a big deal when you think about so just stop saying things about the book and read it