Recommended by MaeveDeep

It took me a long time to recommend this story because I wasn't sure what to say - but I think that happens to everyone, doesn't it? I ended up rereading it, just to make sure what was important, and I ended up falling more in love and remaining speechless. Réglisse involves everything that is most beautiful: female characters who are kind and strong, friends and accomplices, gentle and also determined. Who created themselves, who protect each other, who love each other. Half of my love for this story is the relationship between Tina and Queenie and that's no secret to anyone! The other half, however, goes to the beautiful romance between Queenie and Jacob, characters so flesh and blood, so sensitive... Ten chapters later and I still don't know what to say. I recommend reading it for the perfection of the author's writing, for the feelings evoked and for the sadness so pure that it fills your eyes with tears - the kind that makes you sniffle and control yourself not to let them flow. Ana is one of my favorite, most beloved writers and I'm sure that any fan of the film will be enchanted by this story.
"THEN" and "THAN"

"Then" relates to time. "Than" is used for comparison. Ex.: First, we'll have lunch, and then we'll go for a walk. He is more experienced than I am.

"FEWER" and "LESS"

"Fewer" is used for countable items. "Less" is used for uncountable quantities. Ex.: We need fewer chairs. There is less water in the bottle.

Recommended by kagomechan

Short, but very cute. You can better understand what was going on in Queenie's head during the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film. Especially in the rain scene. I admit that it wasn't a couple that I shipped a lot, but I think this fic convinced me of Queenie's feelings in a way that I started to find them more beautiful than I had considered until the end of the film. The author writes wonderfully well in a light and no-nonsense way. A real cutie.