"I'm not sure that's exactly how it works. Unless you're blind. In which case, maybe that's how it works." He grinned. "And in case you think I'm exaggerating, I'd like to point out to the great love story that is James and Lily. I can say with precision that being in the same house did nothing to make them immune to each other's charm."
Peter wasn't as optimist as she was. After all, she had been born rich and with family connections and where her gender might be a problem, her connection to Harry solved that. "I wished I could believe you."
He snorted. "I just meant that they survived the war. At this point, the bar is really low." Maybe it was because Peter never imagined that they would survive the war at all. "Oh in that case, I'm fine with discussing the specific with you, even now. After all, we're still free and getting a salary isn't really a priority when there is nothing to buy. I think they are underestimating people's desire to work. Or they just forget that they have to give alternatives when they fire you." He doubted that Harry would remember until they brought this little project up. "Yes, Nott, we can definitely talk to him, but I sense some kind of problem there, with Harry. Maybe we want to make it official before we reach out to him. Gryffindors, we like things to be nice and easy," he said, grinning, but he had a feeling that if they went too fast, Harry might put a stop to it. "Until then, It can be our own little secret. Now, what do you say that we start working."