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The Potions Master's Daughter (Book One)

The Potions Master's Daughter (Book One)

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Kayla By pagesofmyheart Completed

Jessica Wallwirt has lived with her mother for the past 11 years until one day her mother snaps and sends her to live with her father, none other than the cruel potions master himself; Severus Snape. 

Soon enough Jessica is going off to Hogwarts. It is soon discovered that Jessica is already immensely powerful, evening growing up in the Muggle world she is well ahead of everyone at the school and excels at everything in life it seems (except Herbology). At Hogwarts both of them try to stop people from knowing Severus has a daughter. As Jessica becomes better friends with Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger and Blake Cox she begins to question that decision. Along with her new friends come new adventures for them all to share such as trying to unravel the mystery behind who is trying to steal the Sorcerer's stone. But is that the only mystery at Hogwarts or is more going on?

owl_me764 owl_me764 Jul 23, 2016
When you cry, it doesn't mean a person is weak. It means the person has a heart.
Hollidai Hollidai Jul 07, 2016
Tbh  I would probs catch myself on fire in my sleep with a fire going xD
Cby2288 Cby2288 Jul 15, 2016
I try not to cry try not to show emotion try not to let any one in and its hard.
FirePixie11 FirePixie11 Dec 24, 2016
And showing emotion is nothing to be ashamed of. It's what makes us all human
Kanachi108 Kanachi108 Jul 14, 2016
Her mother needs to hear this quote
                                 'Crying isn't a weakness it means you have been strong for too long'
TheOneFanfictionGirl TheOneFanfictionGirl Apr 14, 2016
if you are being hurt like that, anything to comfort you is ok. Even if it is like a baby blanket or something. Just if it helps, no one cares that it is for kids. Because it does for you what it does for little children. It helps. And that's ok.