Lydia is a lovely little packet of fun who hails from Australia. She enjoys being a natural blonde who can surprise people with her extensive vocabulary and A+ literature exams. She has blue eyes and is fairly tall and tanned. She enjoys surfing, netball, dancing, gymnastics and swimming and would never come home from the beach if someone didn't force her. Her favourite novels include Wuthering Heights, The Importance of Being Ernest, Finding Cassie Crazy and Wildwood Dancing. One day when she has grown up, she plans to be an author/illustrator or play netball for Australia or both.
On a stormy October evening, a letter, a late night trip to the library and a secret conversation lead Lily Evans to discover that there are several mysteries in her life that only she has the capability and the inclination to solve. The first mystery is James Potter – what could turn him from the arrogant, could-care-less boy that she had previously known to someone withdrawn and far away? Then, perhaps more troubling, there is Esther Collins, the fifth year who has vanished without a trace. Furthermore, one of Lily’s best friends, Izza, is seeing a mystery boy and Lily is determined to know who.
Then there is the threat of war, backstabbing friends and NEWT’s. A disinherited and emotionally battered Sirius Black is the source of heartache for his friends, except perhaps Izza, who, with her own terrifying family, might just understand him. Lily’s closest male friend, Remus Lupin, is hiding a dangerous secret from her. Peter’s girlfriend is screwing him over, and the whole time Lily is struggling to stop the people she loves from coming apart at the seams.
Sirius, Caris, James, Lily, Peter and Remus are finished with school forever, and are busy tackling problems like buying houses and getting jobs, and, all the while, news of this so-called ‘Dark Lord’ and his Death Eater followers becomes more and more prolific. And when tragedy strikes, it has the tendency to either bring people together or push them irrevocably apart. As everything they know changes, can they save one of their own?
Because ultimately, they’re still playing the same game. The game of love and betrayal, vice and virtue, sin and atonement.
And some things are just unforgivable.Sequel to Sin
Some one was dying, and he had to save her.
In the most important year of their lives four girls, with four intertwined destinies, will discover secrets, lies and things they never knew about themselves.
‘Thou shalt not sin’ – Bible
Sirius knows what he wants and he’s not afraid to chase it. She makes him feel more than he’s ever felt before, but getting what he wants may cause him more heartache than he ever imagined. Thus begins a thrilling game, a game of vice and virtue, of betrayal and affection, of sin and atonement.
The forbidden fruit tastes the sweetest.
How can a boy protect his best friend from things he can’t even see?
I am SexY_LydZ for Ravenclaw, Gauntlet Round 6