"Where do you think you're going?" Hermione paused on the stairs, silently cursing herself for not being quieter; she had hoped to slip out of the flat with out him noticing her.

"I thought you were still asleep." Oliver Wood shook his head, rubbing the sleep out of his eyes so he could see her more clearly in the gloom.

"No, you woke me when you got up." She sighed slightly, leaning against the railing of the stairs, watching him as he propped himself against the doorframe of his room, watching her closely as she tried to not meet his eye.

"Why are you leaving?" She looked up at him, feeling her heart race in her chest.

"I have to go home at some point Oliver, the others are going to wonder where I've gotten too and I've run out of clothes., especially undergarments." He smiled slightly, pushing himself off from the doorframe to lean against the railing opposite her, gently resting his forehead against hers.

"Well, I have a washing machine down stairs, I have drawer and wardrobe space, and there is room in our bed for you. As for your, uh, undergarments, you can just go with out." She smiled up at him, letting out another sigh as he gently kissed her.

"Our bed?" He nodded, kissing her again.

"Our bed, yours and mine. I think that's the word used to talk about something that is shared between two people." She laughed, unable to stop her self from smiling as she shook her head.

"I have to go home." He shook his head, taking a hold of her arm as she tried to move down the stairs.

"Make this place your home. Move in with me, make it ours." She looked up at his deep brown eyes.

"Oliver," He placed a finger over her lips.

"Just move in with me, please Hermione, you belong here, with me." She laughed slightly, wrapping her arms around his neck, softly kissing him.

"Well, home is where the heart is." He grinned, kissing her back.

"Actually, it's more where your love is, but we'll go with your one." She just rolled her eyes. "So, where were you thinking of going?" He asked, pulling her back into their room, the door closing firmly behind them.