This is the sequel to An American Muggle in London. If you haven't read that yet, please do so before you read this.

Any characters from the Harry Potter series don't belong to me.

Summary: Everyone knows that Remus Lupin married Nymphadora Tonks during the second war, and everyone also knows they had a son; Teddy Remus Lupin. What everyone didn't know was that Lupin almost married a muggle from America a few years after he left school, but she was almost killed by his wolf and he broke their engagement. Eight months later she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. She knew werewolves weren't supposed to have children so she took her baby girl back to America and raised her away from England. 11 years later Lupin's daughter gets a letter and she and her mother go back to London so she can attend school.

Starts during the summer before Harry Potter's second year.

This has nothing to do with the story, but I just got to say that I just watched A Very Potter Musical on youtube and I laughed so hard I think I cracked a rib. If you've seen it, you're totally awesome and if not you need to go watch it right now because it's totally awesome!

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Bradenton Beach, Florida is known for its hot humid weather. It's also known for its luxurious beach houses. It is NOT known as a place where one would see an owl, so it's only natural that 32 year old Amy Lee screamed when a huge barn own slammed into the large glass doors of her house. The own screeched and scratched at the door with its sharp talons, so she opened the sliding door. The owl hopped in, dropped something by her hands, and then nipped her finger.

"Ow!" she recoiled and narrowed her icy blue eyes at the owl while sweeping a lock of dark hair behind her ear. "Okay, an owl just delivered something to me. I know I'm supposed to do something . . . . Oh yeah, feed it." Amy went to the kitchen and took out a piece of bread and threw it to the owl. It snatched the bread up and waited patiently for Amy to respond to its delivered letter.

"Stupid owl," she mumbled. "Wait, what the hell is an owl doing in Florida? And at my house?"

"Mom, are you talking to yourself again?" Amy's 11 year old daughter Alyssa asked as she came down the stairs. She was wearing a soccer uniform and her short brown hair was pulled into a messy ponytail; her amber eyes studied her mother. She noticed the owl sitting on the counter. "Is that an owl?"

"Yeah, it brought something," Amy went to pick up the envelope and her daughter tilted her head to the side. "What's that?" she asked.

Amy shrugged and opened it. She scanned the letter before gasping and dropping the letter. Alyssa walked forward and picked up the letter. She read the front of the envelope.

Ms. Alyssa Lee

The second room to the left on the second floor

517 Bradenton Beach

Florida

"Okay, how do they know where my room is?" she asked, and then read the letter.

HOGWARTS SCHOOL of WITCHCRAFT and WIZARDRY

Headmaster: Albus Dumbledore

(Order of Merlin, First Class, Grand Sorc., Chf. Warlock, Supreme Mugwump, International Confed. of Wizards)

Dear Ms. Lee,

We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Please find enclosed a list of all necessary books and equipment.

Term begins on September 1. We await your owl by no later than July 31.

Yours Sincerely,

Minerva McGonagall

Minerva McGonagall,

Deputy Headmistress

Alyssa blinked and looked back at her mom. "Am I a witch?"

Amy bit her lip, lowered her gaze and nodded.

"Huh, I guess Dad's genes gave me magic on top of lycanthropy," she said dryly. Alyssa found a piece of paper and a pen, then wrote "Hell yeah, I wanna go!" on the paper, rolled it up and gave it to the owl, who took it and flew off again.

Alyssa looked at her mom. "So, where do I get my school stuff?"

Amy sighed. "Pack your bags, sweetie, we're going to England."

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A/N: I already know this is gonna be a pain in the ass to write, but I'm gonna see how far I can get with it since I already have it all planned out; I just have to type it.

I am so glad I have six of the seven Harry Potter books.