Hey guys! Thanks to everyone reading. This story is coming to an end. This is the last chapter of Hidden Memories ;_;

It has been awesome writing this story, and I'm really sad that it's done. Hope you guys liked reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Disclaimer: As always, I don't own Twilight or Harry Potter. Never have, never will. I only own Tina, Melissa, Joseph and Gregory.


I was with Cho. A week had passed since the Battle of Hogwarts. We were planning to go to America so that I could reverse the enchantment on Renée and Charlie. I had planned to go with Tina, but she was busy with that Death Eater she met.

On the day after, they started to bond. He actually switched sides near the end of the war. He had seen another Death Eater planning to kill her, but disarmed him before he had the chance. Tina had gotten mad at him because of that. She told him that she could take care of herself while he was mad she didn't just thank him for saving her.

She introduced me to him. His name was Gregory James. He had dark raven hair, which was always messy, and dark grey eyes. He was taller than me, so he towered over Tina.

At first I thought he would be a problem, because he was about 3 years older than her and a former Death Eater, but he was really nice to us. I was still unsure about trusting him, but he hasn't done anything to hurt Tina. He even told me to cut off his hands if he were to ever hurt her. Apparently, not all Slytherins are bad. He was the total opposite of Tina, but she seemed intrigued by it. They always got into fights, but they quickly made up.

After the war, I had moved back in with Melissa, Joseph and Tina. Today, Cho had come by to visit. I told her I was gonna go reverse the spell on Renée and Charlie and she wanted to go with me. First stop was Forks. We held hands and turned on the spot, disapparating. We ended up outside my old house. It was night time, so there wasn't any chance of being seen.

"It's too bad Cedric couldn't come with us," I said.

Right now, Cedric was back at Hogwarts, helping to repair the damage done to the castle. That, and answering questions for those wondering how he was alive. Harry was one of the ones questioning him, since he was the one who saw Cedric die in the graveyard three years ago.

I kinda felt bad for Cedric. No one else except him and Harry had ever come back from the dead, so they both got a lot of attention. Everyone would ask the same questions, and it was annoying. There were some questions even they couldn't answer.

"I know, he must hate us for ditching him," she said, chuckling. This was why I liked their relationship. It wasn't all mushy-gushy, lovey-dovey stuff all the time.

"I would've thought you wanted to stay with him," I said.

"Hey, I might be with him, but you're my best friend. You come before him," she explained.

During the whole of last week, Cedric and Cho were catching up. He told her about his life after he was sent back in time. I helped him to explain too. When I mentioned that I killed Victoria after he told Cho about James and Victoria, both of them looked at me, shocked.

In turn, she told him about what happened at Hogwarts after he 'died'. I would usually listen when she explained that, since I was in America at that time. She explained everything that Tina left out in her explanations. I got to hear about how Harry, Ron and Hermione started the D.A., Dumbledore's Army. I would've joined too, if I were here at the time.

Cedric and I told Cho about our time together in Forks. I already explained to Cho that we only felt the connection that wouldn't have existed without her, so she knew that we didn't like each other, in that way, anymore. Now, we were mostly like brother and sister, like how we were before.

When it was just me and Cho, she would usually tell me about her love life after Cedric died. She would never talk about this with Cedric there, because she only wanted it to be between us. She always thought about it, and was really grateful for the spell I placed on her which prevented Cedric from reading her thoughts.

She had a short relationship with Harry Potter, which surprised me. From what she told me, they mostly snogged in the Room of Requirement, and it quickly ended after that. Then there was her relationship with Michael Corner. That lasted for some time, but they broke up after a while. She never really got over Cedric, and had spent most of the time crying over him.

"You sure he's here?" Cho asked. The cruiser was here, so Charlie probably was too.

"Yeah, he is," I said.

Going to the front door, I used an Unlocking Charm to open the door. I was pretty sure this was gonna be the last time I will ever set foot in this house. I planned to take some of the stuff from my room, memoirs of this life.

"Lumos," I whispered. The tip of my wand lit up, so I could see where I was going.

Going up the stairs as quietly as I could, I opened the door to my room and walked in. Cho followed closely behind me, her wand lit as well.

My clumsiness getting the better of me, I tripped over a loose floorboard and fell, making a loud noise. We froze, eyes widening, afraid that we woke Charlie. We didn't relax until we heard snores coming from the other room. We sighed in relief. For good measure, Cho cast a Silencing Charm so Charlie wouldn't hear us.

The floorboard I tripped on came out. I was gonna put it back, but I saw something underneath the floorboards. There, under the flooring, was everything that Edward had given me. The CD, the pictures, the voucher tickets to Florida, everything was there. I wanted to keep them, so I put them in my backpack, along with a few other items. Cho had a confused expression on her face, but didn't say anything.

When I was done, we went over to Charlie's room. I got my wand out and performed the counter charm. It was a long process, and the night was almost over when I finally finished. I had to see if it really worked, so I went downstairs to the living room. All the photos of me were blank. Everything that related to me was gone. I looked out my window, and my truck was slowly disappearing.

I went outside, with Cho right behind me. I watched as my truck slowly disappeared into nothingness. Even though I couldn't see, I was pretty sure this was happening all over Forks. Everyone's memory would be changed because of this. All files containing information on me would be blank. There would be no trace of me here. It will be as if I'd never existed.

In another time, that would've brought me pain, but now it was just humorous. I couldn't help myself, I chuckled. Cho looked at me, her head cocked to one side. "What?" she asked.

"I just thought of something," I said, turning to her. "Because of this spell, it's as though I never existed here, which was the exact same thing Cedric said to me when he left. If he had had his magical ability, he could've made sure that people wouldn't remember him," I said.

"It's a good thing he didn't," Cho said, "otherwise I wouldn't have my best friend back with me." She smiled at me, and I smiled back.

Looking into my bag, I pulled out the voucher tickets to Florida. "You wanna take an airplane to Florida? It'll take longer than apparition, but these are first class tickets, the best there is," I told her.

"Sure, why not?" she said.

Together we made our way to the airport to Florida, taking the memory of Bella Swan with us.

Now my story is officially over. D':

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