Oh right, she was married to one of the twins. Percy tried to forget that part. It was the only way he could treat her fairly. She was a good Auror, and he couldn't hold the fact that she fell in love for an idiot against her. Well, he could, but he tried not to let it interfere with work and that was why he tried to forget who her husband was. "I had removed the fact that she's married to my brother from memory," he confessed. "Ergo the Bell, which is what she will always be as far as I'm concerned."
"I know that McLaggen is my best option, but I don't know if he is the best option. He might have told Umbridge to fuck herself in even less diplomatic terms that I did," Percy commented with a smirk. That had made him like the man a lot more than he had to begin with, and he truly was his first choice. "Is there any reason other than his profound dislike for Umbridge that would make it unwise to pick him?" he asked, because he knew that there were things that happened within the department than no one ever found out. "Anything at all that you can think of, and now it's not the time for lying, so if you can think of anything that would put any of us at risk, I need to know."
Percy waved the last comment off with his hand. "Please try to be logical. If being with you hasn't made me like her, why in bloody hell would fighting with you make me like her more? Bones is and will always be irrelevant as far as I am concerned."