Disclaimer: Harry Potter, characters, universe, none of it belongs to me. Except Nicole Potter. She's mine.
A/N: This is my first Fan-Fiction and I'm real excited to post it!
Summary: The Second Wizarding War is evolving around my older brother and the Darkest Wizard since Grindelwald. After I am kidnapped by Voldemort himself to use as bait for my brother, Harry, I'm murdered. But I don't die - Not really. Instead, I am sent back to 1977 to change it. To change everything. To keep it all from happening. I'm given the chance to meet my parents - James and Lily Potter - for the first time, see and get to know the Marauders as teenagers, and fall in love - all because of the Dark Lord himself.
I knew it was the end.
The glint in those scarlet eyes that I had become accustomed to seeing everyday was brighter than ever. If possible, he looked even crazier than he usually did, and that was saying something.
Pain tore through every limb of my body, pulsing through my veins to my heart, where it nestled, burning inside of me. White-hot blades were being pressed against my skin and, somehow, my insides.
At least, that's what it felt like. White dots popped up in my reign of vision, blocking out the wand pointed at my face. All I could hear were screams of pain. A girl's screams. A girl of almost sixteen years' screams.
But the only thing I could think of was Harry. How was he to survive losing another person he loved, his only real family member left? He was destined to finish off this person, this thing, in front of me, and I didn't know if he could do it without a support system. Sure, there was Ron and Hermione, but they weren't his real family. I could only hope he would find a way to pull through all of this.
There was a flash of green light, and just like that, it was over.
Just like Sirius.
Just like Dumbledore.
Just like Mad-Eye.
Just like my parents.
A/N: If you don't know what is going on, don't worry! It will all be explained in the next few chapters. Sorry that it'sso short, but I plan on updating again soon. Review please, constructive criticism is possibly the best thing you could give me as an aspiring writer!