I don't own Frozen- it belongs to Disney- or Harry Potter- that belongs to JK Rowling (my Queen) and Warner Brothers.


Let It Go

Chapter 3: Frozen Heart

It came to my attention this morning when I awoke that I was the only girl in Slytherin House in seventh year. The only boy who was here was a boy by the name of Draco Malfoy. He, too, was here to re-do his seventh year. He had missed it.

We did not speak, he just gave me a short, courteous nod.

I headed down to breakfast, but I gave myself a quick look in the mirror before doing so.

I was wearing a black skirt, black nylons, and a grey sweater. Underneath the sweater was a white button-down shirt (and a bra, of course). I also wore a green and silver tie that represented the colors of Slytherin House. I wore my black flats, and I had my hair in its normal messy braid (AN- see cover!).

Along with my gloves, of course.

With a nod of acceptence towards my appearance, I grabbed my school bags, and headed towards the Great Hall where I was sorted last night.

I stiffly walked over to the Slytherin Hosue table, and sat by myself, and piled some eggs and sausages onto my plate. I had milk in my cup- er, goblet.

"Winnie!" called the all-familiar voice of Summer.

I sighed. "Summer, shouldn't you be over at the Gryffindor Table?"

She shrugged. "I don't know. I wanted to talk to you."

I scowled. "I have a Frozen Heart. Go away."

"Fine, then..."

HERMIONE'S POINT OF VIEW:

It seemed to me that Summer, the newest Gryffindor first year student, seemed suddenly depressed when she sat down for breakfast.

"What's the matter, Summer?" I kindly asked her as she sat next to me.

"Winnie is being mean." she frowned.

"How so?" Asked Harry.

I glanced over at the Slytherin table, where Winnie sat. She was all alone, and she had her gloves on- why does she always wear those?

"She won't let me talk to her."

"Why not?" Asked Ron, my boyfriend.

"Because she said she has a Frozen Heart. And I believe her."

"How does she have a Frozen Heart?" I asked her.

"Because. She is a strike full of love and a strike full of fear."

She looked over at Elsa one more time.

"Beware the Frozen Heart."


Sorry for the SUPER short chapter.