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    October 19th, 2007

    In Your Room

    In Your Room by Lady Bracknell

    Summary: Remus can’t say he anticipated this reaction to him being outed as a werewolf and splashed all over the front of the newspaper, but he can’t say he doesn’t like it. Drabble, 724 Words.

    Why You Should Care: It’s a brief, warm peak into Remus’ head; what one person often considers the end of the world, the other thinks of only as a passing and unremarkable aside. Sweet, passing anxiety.  There is sex, but it’s the work-safe sort (if you know what I mean).

    Why You Might Not Care: It’s very short, but it seems somehow exactly the right length.  In not elaborating and waxing on about the issue, Lady Bracknell actually helps make Tonks’ point.  I suppose if you’re underage then you shouldn’t read it, but the sex here is certainly no worse than you’d see on daytime TV or in movies — I wouldn’t worry about it.

    posted by afterthree

    2 Responses to “In Your Room”

    1. Melissa Says:
      October 19th, 2007 at 2:33 pm

      This Sex scene was really amazing and hot yet really sensitive

    3. AML Says:
      October 19th, 2007 at 7:32 pm

      I like any story where Remus gets love of any kind. (**applause and cheering**) Of all the Harry Potter characters, he’s prepared to be loveless. Unsuprisingly, he’s unprepared to be loved. Therefore, it’s fun to read Remus unready…or caught flat- footed, caught napping, caught with one’s own pants down, whatever turn of phrase you prefer ;).