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Book 2: The Sexual Escapades of the Well-Informed Pureblood, Engaged to the Randy Prat Who Lived - Masterlist (Complete)

Because we keep our promises. And we promised smut, fluff and a masterlist. 

Lulz okay so this is the promised masterlist for The Sexual Escapades of The Well-Informed Pureblood, Engaged To the Randy Prat Who Lived (AKA @bixgirl1 and my second child wow look at our little family grow). 

(Book 1 - Masterlist)


Chapters:

1 - Well Done, Chosen One

2 - Anticlimaxes and Climaxes

3 - Time Management Issues

4 - “Normal”

5 - Competition

6 - What’s For Lunch?

7 - The Same Old Argument

8 - Unicorns and Centaurs

9 - Parental Hypocrisy

10 - A Wake Up Call

11 - Public Appearances

12 - Home Sweet Home

13 - The Two Week Wank

14 - All Play and Not Much Work

15 - Godric’s Hollow

16 - Housewarming

17 - Just The Boy

18 - Roleplay…Or Something Resembling It Anyway

19 - An Offer

20 - Half-burnt Letters and Sudden Conclusions

21 - Broken Glass and Cigarettes  

22  - Promises, Promises

23 - St. Mungo’s Again

24 - A Resolution

25 - The Sexual Conundrum of a Well-Informed Pureblood, Newly Married To The Exhausted Prat Who Lived

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I am litterally laughing right now, omg. I’m re-reading aftg, primarly anything revolving around Renee for the fic I’m currently writing, and also to get a better grasp on the prose. I’m currently on tfc when this scene popped up:

Neil meant to say no, but what came out was, “Why does Kevin trust Andrew?”

Renee smiled. “Because he knows he can.”

“With so much at stake,” Neil pressed, as if she didn’t understand what was going on as well as he did. Maybe she didn’t. Maybe she couldn’t understand what Kevin was risking and what he would face if Andrew failed. She wasn’t like them. She was normal, or as normal as the Foxes could hope to be. Gangs and blood feuds were things out of movies. Neil hated that she couldn’t understand, but he hated more that he did. “With so much at stake he honestly thinks Andrew is enough?”

Renee held out her hand to him. “Neil,” she said, so gently he wondered if she’d even heard him. “Neil, please wait for us.”

“No,” Neil said, taking a step back. “I know the way. Thank you.”

And by laughing, I meant crying. 

But yeah, Neil, there’s a reason Renee unsettles you, maybe you want to think about why that is? (well, he gets told by Renee later, but u know.) But he hated more that he [understood]. …I’m not crying, you are.

I wonder if Renee felt any kinship with Neil from the beginning? Like, did she find him unsettling? Did she feel like she could connect to him somehow? I mean, other than the way i think she just feel empathy for any bleeding souls, I guess. But like, did she think there might be points in their pasts that were similar?

I guess it’s my job to kinda answer that, but man. The more I read about her in the books and how gentle she is, the more I figure I have some work cut out for me.