Two Halves Of The Same Heart

Sophie is just a shy, quiet goody-goody muggle teenager who lives with her single mum. Chloe is an ordinary pureblood troublesome skilled and talented young witch who lives with her single dad. But when the two meet everything changes. Sophie and Chloe find out that their parents were once married and the two are two halves of the same person. Will the two work together to become one person or will they turn on each other and become two weaker beings who can’t live without the other?
(Note): Thanks to ATarnishedSoul for the amazing cover!


2. "It's Always My Turn!"

Dear Hermione,

How was your summer? Mine was OK, I guess. Dad took me to Krakow in Poland. This year it was a record breaking 36 degrees Celsius. We also visited Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. One of the workers was from the wizarding world and I learnt that 40% of the Jews that died during the Holocaust were witches and wizards. Can you believe that?  It was amazing! Did you go anywhere awesome this summer? If so send me a picture. Plus here’s a picture of me and my dad outside Auschwitz.

I hope to see you soon,




After putting the last of three duplicates of the picture of her and her dad outside Auschwitz-Birkenau into the envelope, Chloe sealed it and gave three letters (labelled Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and Ron Weasley) to her family’s owl, Rodney, who flew off into the sunny blue sky. “Chloe, dinner.” Her dad called from downstairs. Chloe licked her lips. Fish and Chips Friday was a tradition in the Lovelock household. Today’s fish was battered trout. Chloe’s favourite.


Before going downstairs, she tied her shoulder length black hair back into a ponytail so that she didn’t end up finding her hair in the fish. Once she got downstairs, Chloe saw two plates of fish and chips on the table. Knowing that hers was the smaller one, Chloe sat down and tucked into her dinner. “Whoa, slow down, Lola. You’ll get the hiccups.” He dad chuckled.


For some reason Chloe’s dad usual called her Lola as a nickname. Apparently he had wanted to call her Lola and went Chloe’s mum left he kept calling her Lola by accident. So it just stuck as a nickname.

“Where’s this one from?” Chloe asked. “The lake down the road.” Her dad said. “I didn’t know you could get trout that big from the lake, Dad.” Chloe giggled. “Neither did I?” Her dad replied as he tucked into his trout and chips. Once they had finished, went to go back upstairs but we stopped by her dad. “Remember,” He said, “It’s your turn to do the washing up.”


“It’s always my turn because your allowed to use magic to cheat.” Chloe whined. Her dad just shrugged as she went into the kitchen and started to wash the dished. I can’t wait to go back to Hogwarts Chloe thought then I wouldn’t have to do the washing up.

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