A/N:- Hi, this story is based on the movie called heartbreakers starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Sigourney Weaver. It's not going to be exactly the same, I think I'll modify the story line a bit to suit Harry Potter but I hope you like it. Please read and review

Lily Evans checked her hair in the reflection of the glass of her picture frame. Her long curly dark red hair came to her shoulders and her beautiful perfectly feminine face was complimented by her intensely emerald eyes. She grinned to herself and pulled a few pieces of Paper towards her. She twirled a lock of red hair with one of her slim ringed fingers and started crossing out things on the paper and re-writing whatever was on it. She was a smart woman and she had the looks and body of a goddess, well that's what almost every man she met told her, so why was she working as a secretary for a sleazebag shop owner? Well he owned a fortune, true, he didn't own as much as Lily did but he still owned a lot. She was waiting for him to come back to check on things after his wedding night to some woman called Charlotte Parmontier, also known to Lily as Cara Kurtis. Lily checked the clock again.

"Five, four, three, two-" she muttered. The door opened and her boss came running in. He was straightening his robes over his clothes. He had quite dark blondish hair and he was quite handsome. Lily just couldn't see what his wife saw in him, he even had a bit of a belly which was no doubt brought on by a few too many fire whiskeys.

"So, anything new happened?" He asked Lily. Lily put the pen to her mouth for a moment.

"No, but I need you to sign these forms, it means that your wife will get to keep the apartment that you gave her. You know, the penthouse at the end of Krushen Close." Lily said.

"Ok, great." He grinned. "Bring them into my office." Lily nodded and started picking up choice pieces of paper on her desk. Her boss's gaze lingered on her for a moment and his gaze went slowly down to what she was wearing, she had decided to opt for some Muggle clothing today, a low cut top that revealed a lot of her chest and her midriff as were as a pair of tight fitting jeans. He quickly looked away.

"You're Married." He muttered to himself, "You no longer find Sam attractive." Lily hid her smirk behind the paper. Samantha Goodall was the name she was going under while she worked here. She pulled her top up slightly, she didn't really like wearing revealing clothes but for the purposes she had in mind she had to. She stood up and followed her boss into his office.

"How was the wedding night?" Lily asked casually as she closed the door.

"Oh, my wife fell asleep before I even got the chance to undress her" He told Lily.

"I'm so sorry about that." Lily said. She put the papers on the desk and then went around the desk and stood next to her boss, making sure that he could see a few of her assets very well. "Well, you just need to sign here, and here." She said pointing at a few empty lines.

"O-ok" Her boss said trying to look anywhere but Lily. He quickly signed it, "Anything else?" He asked. Lily turned and looked into his eyes, he was looking at her with a longing that she had seen on so many men before.

"No, that's perfect" Lily said. She slowly got up and went around the other side of the desk. She bent over slightly to pick up the papers, her boss was staring at her with so much lust, Lily knew what was coming next and prepared herself. She was about to turn to leave when her boss stood up and blocked her way. "Mr. Hamon?" He pressed his mouth against hers. Lily dropped the papers and wrapped her arms around his neck, kissing back passionately. Her boss pushed her back slightly and cleared everything off his desk and Lily sat on it as her boss's hands started roaming her body. Lily pushed him away.

"Mr. Hamon, you're married!" She said pretending to be shocked.

"Oh, sorry." He said, he looked away and played with the ring on his finger. "It's just that-" He turned to look at Lily, she was absolutely irresistible. He went for Lily again and this time she didn't stop him. Five, four, three, two, one… Lily thought, the door slammed open and there was a scream. Lily's boss lifted himself off Lily for a moment and they both looked at the door. A woman with mid length brown hair stood in the doorway looking horrified.

"How could you!" she screamed.

"Charlotte" He said getting up.

"OW!" Lily screamed as her hair got caught in one of the buttons on her boss's robes.

"Get off Sam." He snapped

"My hair's stuck." Lily said. Cara looked at Lily and then at Lily's boss, tears filling her eyes.

"You bastard!" She shouted as she threw the ring at Lily's boss. She left the room and slammed the door shut,

"She didn't look that happy." Lily said.

"Samantha, you're FIRED!"

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Lily flicked her hair out of the way and sipped her milkshake. She looked through her sunglasses to the beach that stretched below her with hundreds of families laughing and playing. She checked her watch and looked up again.

"Five, four, three, two-" She muttered. There was a tap on her shoulder. Lily turned to looked into the face of Cara Kurtis, her hair was longer then it had been a week ago when she had caught Lily with her husband. Cara was about ten years older then Lily. They had met when Lily had come out of school and had started working for a divorce law firm in the muggle world in the hopes that she wouldn't run into her ex-wizard-boyfriend. Cara had come in and recognised Lily from when she used to go to Lily's old school and since then they had been almost inseperable.

"I told you to wear the dress." Cara said. Lily rolled her eyes and handed Cara the milkshake she had gotten her.

"You're not my mum, you're not even in my family." Lily said, "besides, how much money did we make from the scumbag?"

"I got the Apartment off Diagon Alley, we're going to have to change the name of ownership but that's easily done." Cara said. Lily took this in but spent her time looking at the people passing. They were all muggles and Lily felt slightly sorry that they hadn't found out about magic like she had.

"What next then?" Lily asked as she sipped the milkshake. A group of surfers passed Lily and she flashed them a smile. Cara rolled her eyes.

"Well, I was thinking someone slightly more well off." Cara said, "What's the name of that man who owns the joke shop?"

"Zonkos?" Lily asked. She had been in there plenty of times while she was in school.

"Yeah, him, he's quite well off and I heard he's getting on a bit."

"But that's Hogsmeade." Lily said pouting slightly. She tore her gaze away from the men that were passing her giving her suggestive looks. She turned to Cara and mixed her milkshake with her straw "Why don't we try for someone who's like majorly big time. Krushen Close." Lily said, "Every one who has shops there are really rich."

"They're too rich, they're suspicious enough as it is." Cara said. "Maybe Diagon Alley but not Krushen Close."

"Flip for it then" Lily said.

"We'll go to Diagon Alley and check out our new apartment. Until we change the ownership names we'll stay in the leaky cauldron." Cara said.

"Ok." Lily said, "can I be the one who's the main-"

"No, you're still too young" Cara said protectively.

"I'm twenty two." Lily said.

"Marriage is a tough business." Cara drank the rest of her milkshake, "Come on, lets get to the Leaky Cauldron."

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"There's too many commoners here." Cara said as they walked down Diagon Alley.

"You chose it." Lily said innocently. "There's still always-"

"This will do." Cara said, "Come on, lets go into here, the rich normally drink here." Cara said pulling Lily into a posh café. There were tables and chairs set out like it was a bar from the south of France and there was a soft jazzy tune playing. It reminded Lily of a time when she went on holiday with her parents a few years ago, well when she was fifteen. They sat down off to the side slightly and had a look around. Lily saw lots of people giving them interested stares but these people were the ones who worked there of had just come in off the street. They were only really interested in those who were in the more expensive clothes and were talking business.

"Oh look, isn't that the Quidditch player Sirius Black?" Cara asked looking at the door. Lily turned and saw a handsome, well built man walk in with a man with sandy coloured hair. Lily frowned and turned around, she knew them and though their ring leader wasn't with them she didn't really want to attract their attention.

"Do you know them?" Cara asked.

"It's Sirius Black and Remus Lupin." Lily said. "Don't attract their attention."

"Oh, why not?" Cara asked.

"Because I hated them at school, and I used to date Remus." Lily said. Cara nodded slowly and continued to look around.

"Well, look who we have here. It's Evans." Said Sirius Black as he passed them. He had obviously recognised Lily.

"Hello Black." Lily said through gritted teeth.

"Still breaking people's hearts?" Remus Lupin asked.

"No, that was just you. And if I remember it was you who left me." Lily said matter-of-factly.

"She hasn't changed." Sirius said. "Well, hope we never meet again." He said.

"Like wise" Lily said. Sirius and Remus walked off to a table towards the back of the café. Lily let out a slight moan of annoyance.

"Oh, Horace Beddely" Cara said, "He's the one who owns that Quidditch shop. That makes a lot of money you know." Lily looked at the man that Cara had just pointed out.

"You going after him?" Lily asked.

"Might as well" Cara said. "I'll leave you to do a bit more searching for more men if this doesn't work out." Lily nodded. She was used to this and started looking around the room as Cara got up and headed towards the group of men who were leaving. After a few moments Lily herself left but not after catching a glimpse of Sirius Black and Remus Lupin looking at her and obviously talking about something.