The Woman with Two Souls (Harry Potter's Twin)

Okay, I know there's a million of these, but I thought I'd try it out. Sounds fun. BTW, I'm terrible at descriptions. It'll be better than this description makes it sound.

Everyone knows the story of Harry Potter. But nobody knows the story of his twin sister, Nicole.
What if Sirius wasn't put in Azkaban? What if Peter was in Azkaban? What if Harry and Nicole went to live with Sirius, and had happy lives while him and Remus spoiled them?

Under rewriting. Each chapter that has been rewritten will have (Rewrite) in the title. Chapters that have not been rewritten will probably not make sense until they have been.


1. Chapter One

Emily Potter bounded down the stairs on July 31, 1991, with a big smile on her face. It was her eleventh birthday, and she was very excited. Moony and Padfoot had promised to take them to Diagon Alley today, as their letters had come the day before.

Harry was downstairs in the kitchen, eating cereal for breakfast. Emily sat down next to him and poked him repeatedly.

"What, Emily?" Harry asked, slightly annoyed.

"Do you think that my hair is too short like this?" Emily asked, fingering her brown hair that came down just past her shoulders.

"I don't know, Emily." Harry sighed. "Can you just let me eat my breakfast?"

"I think it is too short." Emily decided. "And I don't think being a brunette really suites me, either."

Emily pulled a face like she was concentrating very hard, and her hair elongated to her waist and turned white-blonde.

Oh, did I forget to mention? Emily Potter is a Metamorphagus. Her favorite style was waist-length blonde hair and vividly green eyes, like her mum's and Harry's, but she did sometimes like to change it up a bit.

Sirius entered the kitchen and sat on Harry's other side.

"Morning, you two." He said, trying and failing to stifle a huge yawn. "Happy birthday!"

"Thanks, Sirius." Harry said, grinning. While Emily preferred to call Sirius and Remus Moony and Padfoot, Harry usually used their real names.

"Can we see if Hermione wants to come with us to Diagon Alley?" Emily asked.

When Harry and Emily were eight years old, Remus had taken them to a playground for a few hours. There, Emily had met a 'muggle' girl who showed unmistakable signs of accidental magic. The two had quickly become best friends, and Emily had explained all about magic and Hogwarts. Later, when Sirius introduced them to the Weasley's, both girls became good friends with Ginny. 

Harry, on the other hand, had become good friends with Ron, and both boys were on relatively good terms with Hermione. 

And then, the day that Emily had gotten her letter, Hermione had turned up, banging on their door, in the afternoon, shouting that someone had come and given her a Hogwarts letter, and asking if Emily had gotten one. 

"I suppose we can ask her." Remus answered, entering the kitchen. "We should probably ask her parents, though, and maybe see if they want to come as well." 

"I'm going to go ask her." Emily decided. "Can I walk over there?" 

"I suppose." Remus looked at Sirius, who shrugged. "Just be careful."

Emily stood and twirled out of the kitchen, then stopped by the door and slid her shoes on. Then she yanked the door open and hurried out into the street. 

A few moments later, she was banging on Hermione's door. 

"Emily!" Hermione exclaimed, yanking it open. "Geez, my parents just woke up! Be quiet!" 

"Why did you just assume it was me?" Emily asked, stepping inside and removing her shoes. "It might have been someone else." 

"Who else would be at my house at six-thirty in the morning, banging on the door like the house was on fire?" Hermione asked. 

"True." Emily grinned. 

"So, why did you decide to bang on my door at six-thirty in the morning?" Hermione asked, as both girls walked into the kitchen.

"Well," Emily began, but paused. "Hello, Mr. and Mrs. Granger." 

"Hello, Emily." Mrs. Granger smiled warmly at her. "What are you doing here in the early hours of the morning?" 

"Well," Emily began again, "Moony and Padfoot are taking Harry and I to Diagon Alley today, to get our school stuff and also for our birthday, and the Weasley's are coming with us. I just wanted to know if you guys wanted to come, too. Since it's Hermione's first year, and you guys are Muggles, I thought you might want to come with us to see the Wizarding World for the first time." 

"We would love to come along!" Mr. Granger said, excitement barely concealed in his voice. "I must say, it was quite a shock when that Professor McGonagall came by and told us our Hermione was a witch, even though she had been telling us everything you told her. But of course, it was a pleasant surprise, especially for her."

Emily smiled at him. "The magical world is a very fascinating place. Padfoot only just told me a few weeks ago that apparently Harry and I are famous in it." 

"You are?" Mrs. Granger and Hermione exclaimed at the same time. "Whatever for?" 

"Well, apparently when we were only one year old, Voldemort, that dark wizard I told you about, came after my family. That's why my parents are dead. And then he tried to kill us, but he couldn't do it. That's why my natural appearance," Emily screwed up her face, and her hair darkened to a deep red, her eyes stayed the same, she got a little shorter, and a lighting-bolt shaped scar appeared on her forehead, "Has a scar. That's where he tried to hit us with the Killing Curse. Harry has one, too. But he couldn't do it. And then, his power like, broke or something, and now he's gone. So everyone calls us the 'saviors of the wizarding world.' Bit stupid, to be honest. We really didn't do anything." 

Hermione seemed to realize that her mouth was open, because she closed it quickly. 

"What did you do when he'd told you all this?" Hermione whispered. 

"Well, apparently he wasn't supposed to tell us." Emily said. "So Moony didn't talk to him for a while. And Harry and I refused to talk to them both for two weeks, because it took them so long to tell us. But we finally made up a few days ago, and just in time for our birthday!" 

"Wow." Hermione said. "That's... extreme. Your life is so much more interesting than mine!" 

"Excuse me?" Mrs. Granger said. 

"Oh, you know it's true!" Hermione exclaimed. "The most interesting thing that's happened at all all summer was it becoming summer!" 

"But anyway..." Emily said, slightly awkward. "We should probably get going. Are you all ready to see the Wizarding World for the first time?" 

The Granger's looked at each other. 

"Absolutely." they all said in unison. 


Hey guys! I finally got this up. I did change a lot of things, but I just wasn't happy with the way things were going, so I rewrote it. Again. *sigh* Yeah, I know. But maybe we can get this one going, and it'll be better! 

Tick Tick Boom. 


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