A/N: Cool! I'm in chapter nineteen, the chapter which you've all been waiting for. Why? Well, you'll have to find out for yourselves.....
Disclaimer: I do not own Hp...
The sunlight seeped through the windows and onto the dimly lit room as the dawn came and woke a certain red-head up from her quiet slumber. She rubbed her eyes to rid it of the morning blur and looked around her. The atmosphere wasn't at all familiar to her.
Ginny Weasley woke up to a very unfamiliar room and it took her a few seconds to realize what happened the night before. She quickly sat up and looked at her side where she saw something breathing underneath the covers. Slowly, she reached over to unveil who ever was underneath these covers.
But the figure suddenly moved and beat her to it. He slowly opened his eyes and slowly smiled when he saw Ginny staring back at him in shock.
"Hey, Gin," he said as he smiled and and held her close to him to give her a kiss on the forehead as he slowly sat up to her level. "How's my sunshine?"
Ginny smiled slightly as she looked into his deep eyes. She then felt uneasy when his eyes shifted downward. As she followed his gaze, she blushed pink and hastily covered herself before his slowly advancing hand reached her breasts.
He chuckled softly as he slowly reached out to her and gently pried her hands away from her body. Ginny obeyed his movements but hung her head in shame. He smiled as he lifted her head to look at him.
"You don't need to hide what I already claimed as mine."
Ginny looked at him and blushed at his words. He slowly pulled her into his embrace and Ginny rested her head on his bare shoulder as he gently drew invisible circles on her back. Ginny tried to confine her moans but he noticed her doing so and chuckled.
"Ginny, Ginny, Ginny. There's no use hiding it now." he said as his hands wandered further down her back. "I have you in my grasp." he whispered in her ear. "And there's no use escaping."
Ginny closed her eyes and softly said, "Yes, Harry."
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It had been thirty minutes since Draco had gone to school and Hermione was dead bored. She tried looking around Draco's room for something to do or read but all she found were video game and a couple of porn magazine. So, Hermione opted to go out of the room and wander around the Manor.
After putting on a pair of Draco's clean boxer shorts and clad in her last night's wear, she went out of Draco's room and wandered the halls of the second floor. After not finding much interest on the second floor, Hermione went down the stairs and onto the first floor where all the hustle and bustle was.
As Hermione passed the busy people roaming around, they greeted her with either a "Good morning, Miss." or "How was your evening, Miss?" and all Hermione could do was smile and nod at their greetings. Hermione walked on and ended up going in the kitchen where she found the lady of the house having a slice of the bustle
Narcissa was standing near the counter, supervising the course of the preparation of the meal. She would get a knife and help in cutting up some vegetables but most of he time she would taste test the works of the helpers and approve it or add some more flavoring.
Hermione hesitantly walked closer and stood by the kitchen door. She watched how Narcissa managed all the household work in the big Manor.
Narcissa then noticed Hermione standing by the door and finally invited her in with a smile. Hermione smiled back and walked in as Narcissa went back to mixing the batter for her cake.
"Oh hello, dear." Narcissa greeted as she mechanically mixed the batter. "Draco left for school thirty minutes ago. What are you still doing here, Hermione?"
"Oh, well, I'm not going to school today." was Hermione's simple answer which was matched with a shrug and a smile.
"Why is that dear?" Narcissa asked as she left the batter on the table for a while and tended to other things. "Do you have any problems in school, dear?"
"No, I don't have any problems. I just need to take a break from it all."
Narcissa looked at her from the corner of her eye and stopped whatever she was doing. "Are you sure?" Hermione nodded trying to keep the smile on her face as she helped herself to stirring the batter.
"Why, thank you dear." Narcissa said with a smile and gentle motherly touch on her shoulder. "So, you're not going anywhere?" she asked as she took a sip of her soup. "What do you think, dear?" Narcissa held the spoon to Hermione who took a sip.
Hermione nodded her head and smiled in approval. "Yes, I'm likely free the whole day until Draco comes home and-"
"And?" Narcissa looked at her knowingly.
"And brings me my homework for the day." Hermione finished her sentence with a curious look at Narcissa who straightened but smiled nonetheless.
"Ah, but I do believe that is not the only thing which you would be doing tonight my dear." Narcissa added with a wink. "Well, now. If you say your free the whole morning then maybe you could
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He sat in his dimly lit room as he toyed with the dagger in his hand. He knew it wasn't long before she would be alone and he could have her in his grasp once more.
He stared at her smiling picture and smirked a it.
"Soon, you shall be mine, again..."
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Draco paced back and forth, waiting for the final bell to ring. His class was dismissed ten minutes before the bell and Draco was thankful for this since he wanted to get home and be with Hermione quick. But one thing was keeping him from going home early and that was the ever annoying Oliver Wood.
Ever since this morning, Draco had wanted to see dear Oliver because of one sole reason...
Someone knocked into Draco causing his train of thought to stop and come back to reality. He looked up and was about to apologize when he saw who it was.
"Pansy." Draco mumbled softly though in a menacing tone. Pansy looked up to see Draco glaring at her.
"Oh, hi Draco." she said in return with her usual overly sweet smiling face. "What are you doing here so..." she looked at him up and down. "...alone?"
Draco's frown deepened as he was about to ring her neck but thankfully, Oliver's voice rang behind him and he turned his back from Pansy.
"Yo, Draco! Over here!"
Oliver was across the hall beside his locker with a girl at his side. Draco arched an eyebrow at the scene but went over to them with nothing but a shrug. Once he was near them, Draco watched Oliver bid goodbye to the girl and closed his locker door. Oliver looked at Draco with a smile but Draco just raised his eyebrow.
"What?" Oliver asked, seeing Draco's expression. Draco didn't say anything but shake his head and followed Oliver out the building.
"So, Draco, where's Hermione? Haven't seen her all day." Oliver said noticing her absence.
"Hermione didn't feel like coming to school today." Draco answered blankly as they both got in Draco's car and drove off to Malfoy Manor.
"Hermione? Not wanting to come to school? Now, that's new." Oliver commented as he sat on the passengers seat. "She might be hiding something, Draco. Or maybe the both of you are hiding something from us."
Oliver looked at Draco suspiciously but when Draco didn't reply, Oliver sensed that something was wrong. Thinking about this suddenly made Oliver nervous but he shook the feeling off and went back to Draco's odd behavior.
"Hey, Draco? You alright, mate?"
Just as Oliver said those words, Draco suddenly snapped and stopped the car by the side of the street. Oliver, confused at Draco's actions, just sat in his place quietly, thankful that he wore his seatbelt or else he would have been crushed to the windshield by now due to Draco's harsh handle of the break.
"Draco?" Oliver repeated unsure of what was happening.
"Why didn't you tell me?"
Oliver turned to look at Draco who was staring blankly at the steering wheel. "Didn't tell you what? I don't quite understand."
"You know what the hell I mean Oliver!" Draco cried as he faced Oliver angrily.
"Draco, I don't-"
"You're bloody leaving, Oliver! Leaving!" Oliver's eyes widened at Draco's outburst. "You're leaving bloody England and your headed to merry old Norway! You're leaving your friends, your home..."
"And worst of all...you're leaving me behind."
By this time, tears were already flowing down Draco's cheeks. Oliver's eyes softened at this. He didn't know what to say. Yes, they have gone over so much but Oliver never knew that Draco would care this much. After all they were just childhood friends...just.
"Now, that your secret's out, I'm sparing you the time of breaking it to me. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to bring Hermione her homework." Oliver looked back up at Draco but Draco was now facing the other way. "Have a jolly time in Norway."
And with that, Draco opened the car door and headed down the pathway to the front door. Oliver hadn't noticed that they had stopped in front of Malfoy Manor until now.
Notes: I know this chapter is short but no fear, I'm trying my best to do everything that I could to lengthen my chapters.