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This is in response to the Mystkyten challenge, the picture for the fic is located here /HarryLuciusMpreg.jpg
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The White Winged Angel
Harry once again sat at the top of the astronomy tower. He watched as the rain fell over a sleeping Hogwarts, the stars were nowhere to be seen. His mind was wandering over the events that took place almost a month ago. He had finally vanquished Voldemort, with the help of an unexpected ally, Narcissa Malfoy. She had helped the seventeen year old with finding the right spell that would make sure that Voldemort could not return.
Her husband and son had been with her, all three looking the worse for wear, they had been playing spy against Voldemort since Lucius had been forced to take the Dark Mark, thankfully Narcissa had not been made to take the Mark. Voldemort was waiting for Draco to come into his inheritance at seventeen before he planned on giving him the mark. Before that could happen, Lucius had been found out to be a spy. People thought that it was the money Draco would inherit from his grandmother the Voldemort wanted, only a few knew that it was his creature inheritance that the Dark Lord was waiting for.
Harry had learned that Severus Snape had become a spy thanks to Narcissa and Lucius. It had been a surprise when the three had turned up at Hogwarts after Lucius had been found out. Not many believed them straight away, but over a few weeks' people started to believe. Especially once Draco began apologising to everyone. He apologised for the way he had to act over the years, he didn't want to appear that way to people, but he had no choice as it could have been his mother and father's lives on the line and not just his own, as well as his two little sisters.
Narcissa had struck up a friendship with the young saviour Harry, it was as though the older woman knew what he was going through. Harry had asked a number of times how she knew these things and each time she would reply, with a small soft smile, "Things are not always what they appear."
Harry continued to watch the rain as he played things over and over within his mind, not hearing the footsteps behind him until he felt a hand gently touch his shoulder, he turned his head and came face to face with Narcissa Malfoy.
"Hello Mrs Malfoy," he greeted her, a small smile playing on his face, though it barley reached his eyes, like it had once.
"I've told you before Harry to call me Narcissa, or Cissa, if the mood strikes you." She smiled warmly as she sat down on the cold flagstone floor next to him, "brooding again about things you can not change?" she then asked as she looked out to the falling rain.
"I know it is never a good idea to do the what ifs but sometimes, I just can't help it." He answered, a guilty look upon his face.
"You need to get away from here, I know when you are out and about people stop you and ask you things, or even blame you for someone's death, or not doing things fast enough." She said as she placed an arm around him and pulled him to her side in a gentle hug.
"Yeah, it would be nice, but where could I go so that no one will recognise me as Harry Potter, Saviour of the Wizarding World," Harry said, a little sarcasm creeping in at the end.
"I know just the place, though it will take a week to set it up, but you won't be recognised or anything." She told him.
He looked at the older witch, pulling out of her arms to do so, "Really? A holiday? To get away?"
"Yes, to get away, to spend time being yourself without anyone that knows you telling you what you are supposed to do and nothing being said about the war." She smiled at him, Harry could see the truth in her eyes.
"Thank you." Harry grinned as he hugged the woman, tighter than she had done a few moments ago.
"I'll tell you when I have things ready for you." She said as hey let go of each other and she stood up, leaving Harry to brood alone once again.
1 Week Later
Harry was once again in the astronomy tower, thought this time it was the middle of the afternoon, instead of the middle of the night. Draco had given him a note that morning from Narcissa, to meet her there. So now he was there a little early, but waiting eagerly for the blond and beautiful woman to show up.
"A little eager aren't we Harry," Narcissa smiled at the young man waiting for her.
Harry chuckled and said, "I just really want to go. Ron and Hermione don't truly understand why I have to go anywhere, let alone going on my own."
She smiled back and spoke softly, "They will understand soon enough," her smile saying that she knew something that no one else did.
"So, where am I going?" he asked wanting to know where so he knew what he should pack in his trunk.
"Don't worry, it will be a wonderful surprise for when you get there. I have already sorted you out some clothes as well as anything else you will be needing." She told him a smile on her face and a knowing look in her eyes.
"You don't know how much this means to me, you doing this, I can never repay you." Harry said, his voice low and thankful.
"I know, and don't worry. There is only one thing you have to remember and that is the portkey." She started to explain as she handed over a pendent, "this is an unusual one, it will go when it feels that the time if right for you to go. So you need to wear it constantly under your clothes, so it touches your skin. Also make sure you carry this, it is a trunk with everything that you need inside of it. Now one last thing, when you get where you are going, you must read this letter. Make sure you do Harry, it is really important that you read it before you meet anyone but after you arrived, so read it as soon as you get where you are going." She told him with a serious look on her face as she handed over the shrunken trunk and sealed envelope.
"I will Narcissa, I promise." He smiled as he placed the half moon pendent around his neck and tucked it in his shirt. He took the truck and letter putting them in his jeans pocket.
"I know you will. I shall see you at dinner so goodbye for now." She said giving him a warm hug.
"Yes, thank you." He returned the hug and the two left the room, going their separate ways, one to charms, and the other to teach another Defence Against the Dark Arts class.
It was breakfast the next morning and Harry had told Ron and Hermione that Narcissa had finished setting something up for him, so he could go on a relaxing holiday for a little while. The two had finally understood why he needed to get away, mostly from those that plagued him and asked him questions, or blamed him for things. He had not told them where he would be going as he did not know himself, he said that he would leave soon, he had forgotten to tell them about the portkey and that it would be a random thing.
Harry sat at one of the twenty small tables that had replaced the four house tables, as the students had demanded that they were to be gotten rid of so that they could sit by their friends. Harry was not usually sat with his close circle of friends, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, Neville, Luna and Draco, who had taken to hanging around with them over the last few months.
"Do you know where mother is sending you Harry?" Draco asked, there was a slight knowing look within his silvery blue eyes.
"No I don't, she said it would be a wonderful surprise for when I get there." he answered as he looked at the slightly older blond.
"I just hope that no one will recognise you while you are there, it would be nice for you to be able to relax and take some time for yourself." Hermione said smiling, hoping her friends would be able to have a relaxing holiday.
"It's a pity that we can't join you, just to make sure that you would be alright. Make sure that you write to us once in a while." Ron told him.
Luna looked up from her meal as she sat next to Draco, and said softly, "He wont be able to." Her voice and look was once again dreamy and far away, as though she could see things.
"I don't know if I will be able to, if I am I will." Harry promised them.
Know of them had figured out that Draco knew something about where his mother was sending Harry for his little getaway, though Neville cast him a thoughtful look. The seven teens carried on with their breakfast, continuing to talk, until someone disturbed them.
"Hello Harry," came an awe struck voice from behind the dark haired teen.
"Hello Dennis," Harry greeted back, cringing inside. Dennis' brother, Colin, had been killed in the attack on Diagon Ally, just before school had started, a month before Voldemort had been vanquished.
Dennis was just about to say something else when the pendent around Harry's neck started to warm up and glow. Ron and the other reacted quickly and tried to reach for Harry, but seconds before they could, he disappeared in a blue flash. The Great Hall was up in arms as soon as they saw Harry disappear from where he sat.
Narcissa got up from her seat at the head table and walked over to try and calm Harry's friends down, and hoping that it would work that once they saw Harry's friends be calm that they rest of the school would follow.
"Professor Malfoy?" Hermione asked her voice filled with worry, "The blue light, that was a portkey malfunction, wasn't it?"
"Yes it was, but don't worry, Harry is fine where he went." She answered trying to reassure not only Hermione but the others as well.
"But he could be hurt, he could be anywhere and need our help." Ron said, desperation in his voice. He just wanted to know that his friend, someone he thought of as a little brother, was okay.
Narcissa smiled at him and said softly, "Don't worry I know exactly where he is."
Hermione sent a questioning look towards her and asked, "How do you know?"
Narcissa smiled at her and said gently, "Appearances can be deceiving. You're a smart witch, I am sure you will figure it out within a day or two." After those words she left the group to figure out what she meant, giving Draco a little wink that no one else caught.
Well here is the first part of fourteen or thirteen, can't quite remember. Hope you have enjoyed this prologue, review and tell me what you all think.