Disclaimer: I do not own anything Harry Potter related, that is belonged to J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. This is for entertainment purposes only. The only character I own-partially besides the last name Malfoy-is Aphrodite Desdemona Malfoy, and any other characters I make up on my journey of this story.
Chapter One: Hogwarts Express
"Good luck," said father with a tight and forced happy expression. "Take care of Aphrodite, won't you Draco my boy?"
"Of course," Draco said smirking. "I'll make sure she doesn't get into trouble!" They always had to talk about me when I was standing right in front of them. My brother, Draco, mirrored my father's looks; pale blond hair, blue eyes, and pale skin. I looked the same as Draco, since I was his twin.
Father sneered at a passing girl with bushy brown hair. She had two ordinary blokes following her with amazed expressions; muggles I presumed. Draco and father, and mum for the most part, believed we were better than everyone who wasn't a pureblood. It disgusted me. Why be obnoxiously rude about someone being a half-blood or a muggle-born? It's not like they are going to infect you with a disease or anything. It just wasn't right.
"Severus will be glad to have you both in Slytherin-Aphrodite are you listening?" My father said like venom.
"Of course father," I said with a small smile. I didn't want to be in Slytherin, but I had to act like I did. If father knew he would kick me out of his life, mum's life, and Draco's life faster than you could say 'Slytherin sucks'. I gave him a hug and kiss on the cheek. "I'll see you here again when winter break arrives."
"Of course," he said with a cold tone. He gave Draco a small, awkward hug and walked away.
"I'm going to sit with Crabbe and Goyle," Draco said checking the clock overhead. "They should be on the train already. You can sit with us, or whatever." He shrugged and stalked off.
I sighed and climbed onto the train. I walked along the compartments, filled with students laughing and talking to each other. There was an empty compartment, which I took advantage of. I slipped inside and sat near the window. I watched the clock tick by, marking two minutes before the train was to leave.
I heard the door slide open and a boy's voice stutter, "M-may I sit here?"
"Sure," I said absent-mindly to the boy. I turned and saw a skinny boy that was probably my height with shaggy jet black hair and, hidden behind taped together round glasses, were stunning green eyes that I didn't want to take my eyes off. They were so beautiful... "Hello."
"Hi," he said warmly with a smile. He sat down across from me. He was wearing clothes that looked three sizes too big for him and ratty black shoes.
"I'm Aphrodite," I said with a smile. He was sort of cute... Okay, he was totally cute.
"Nice to meet you, I'm Harry. Harry Potter," he said.
"H-Harry P-Potter?" I asked. He couldn't be the famous Harry Potter... could he? "Really?"
He nodded and pushed his hair back, which revealed a thin scar shaped like a lightning bolt in the middle, and a little to the right, of his forehead. He was indeed The Boy Who Lived. Years ago when Harry was fifteen months old, Voldemort had come to kill him, his Mum, and his Dad. Voldemort had only succeeded on two out of three murders. When he tried to kill Harry he didn't suceed, some say he died; some say he ran off wounded. The possibilities were endless.
I smiled. "I didn't think I'd meet Harry Potter ever in my life, but here you are... in the living flesh."
He grinned back and shrugged, "Sometimes Fate gives you something good in life, and that was meeting you." That made me blush and look down.
Just then, the door slid open, making me look up, and a boy with orange-red hair, sparkling blue eyes, and a face covered in freckles. "May I sit? Everywhere else is full?"
I nodded and Harry said, "Sure, sit down."
"I'm Aphrodite," I said automatically with a smile.
He sat next to me and smiled. "Hi, I'm Ron."
"And I'm Harry. Harry Potter," said Harry.
"H-harry P-potter?" questioned Ron, his jaw dropping. He said the same thing I had said. "D-do you have the-" he leaned in closely. "scar?"
"Oh, yeah." Harry pushed his bangs away, showing his famous scar yet again.
"You're famous you know!" said a grinning Ron.
"Anything off the trolley, dolls?" asked a frail older lady with a cart full of sweats outside the compartment.
"No thanks," said Ron grimly and held up a bag of squished sandwiches. "I've got sandwiches.
I was about to pull out the few Galleons I had left in my pocket to buy sweets for all of us, but Harry was pulling out a handful of Galleons. He looked at the woman and said, "We'll take the lot!"
"All of those sweets?" she asked astonished. Harry, Ron, and I filled the compartment with all the sweets Harry's money would buy.
"This is a lot of sweets," I commented sitting down with a box of Chocoballs. Chocoballs were my favorite because they were filled with strawberry mousse and clotted cream; delicious.
We all pigged out on candy, but not too much because we wanted to make room for the feast of course. Ron and Harry were talking about the sweets while I looked out the window. It was beautiful outside; the sky was bluer than I had ever seen it. The grassy hills flowed up and down so far that I couldn't see where it started and where it ended.
"Have you seen a toad? A boy name Neville can't seem to find his," said a high-pitched voice, making me turn to look at the door. It was a girl with big bushy brown hair and muddy brown eyes. She was already wearing her Hogwarts robes with the Hogwarts crest on it.
"No," said Ron with a mouthful of sweets.
She sighed dramatically and sat down across from Ron. "I'm Hermione. Hermione Granger. And you are?"
Ron swallowed and said, "I'm Ron. Ron Weasley."
"I'm Aphrodite Malfoy," I said when she looked at me.
"And I know who you are," Hermione said with a smile. "Everyone's been talking about you. You're famous, even every Muggle I knew heard of you." Harry smiled shyly. "Your glasses are broken? I'll fix them." She took out her wand from her robes and said "Oculus Reparo!"
The tape that held together Harry's glasses disappeared into Hermione's wand. Harry took of his glasses and they were like new. "Thanks, Hermione!"
Hermione smiled and stood up. She was out the door when she turned back around and said, "You better change into your robes, I expect we are to arrive soon. Oh and Ron, you have a little bit of dirt right here." She pointed to the crease between the side of her nose and her cheek. She smiled and walked away.
I giggled and stood up. "I'm going to change into my robes." I walked out the compartment door and to baggage compartment. I walked in and met a boy grabbing robes out of a trunk marked C. Diggory. "Hi."
The boy with golden brown locks stood up straight with robes that had a Hufflepuff logo on it. "Hello." He smiled at me with his pearly whites.
"Can you help me? My trunk is way up there, and this is no way I can reach that..." I said looking at my trunk, located on the highest rack.
"Sure thing," he said smiling. "I'm Cedric."
"I'm Aphrodite," I said smiling back. Cedric sat his robes on his trunk and stretched his arms up, grabbing my trunk. He brought it to the floor carefully. "Thanks."
"No problem, Aphrodite," he said smiling yet again. "Nice to meet you by the way. I've got to go change... I'll see you around though." He smiled once more and walked past me.
I smiled and opened my trunk. I pulled out my black robes with the Hogwarts crest over the left breast, black trousers, long sleeved white polo, and a gray sweater vest. I closed my trunk and pushed it against Cedric's. I walked out of the compartment and down the hallway, to the restrooms. I darted into the girls' restrooms. I stepped into a stall and quickly changed into my robes and outfit.
I returned the clothes I was wearing in my trunk and walked back to my compartment. Harry and Ron were there, dressed in their robes. "You look good in your robes," mentioned Harry as I sat down.
I smiled and gigled. "Thanks." I pushed my blonde hair forward so it wasn't tucked into my robes. I sighed. "So what house do you think you'll get in?"
"I want to get in Gryffindor, although I don't think the other houses are as bad, besides Slytherin. I definitely do not want to be in Slytherin," Harry said. "I was reading about it all in Hogwarts, A History."
"I want to be in Gryffindor too," Ron confessed. "That's all anyone's been in my family."
I laughed. "You two will definitely be in Gryffindor."
"I bet you will too!" Harry said smiling at me.
I looked down. "I'm a Malfoy, I'll be in Slytherin. That's all anyone's been in my family."
Harry smiled and put his hand on my knee saying, "Maybe if you really want to be in Gryffindor, and Fate wants you too, than you'll be in Gryffindor."
I put my hand over his and looked him in the eyes. "Maybe I will."
The trained jerked forward, making me fall forward, and stopped. I fell into Harry's arm, making me blush like crazy. I was set to my feet by Harry, who also was blushing. I saw Ron shaking his head from the corner of my eye.
"You okay there?" Harry asked with a smirk.
"Of course," I said haughtily.
We all smiled at each other and walked out of the compartment. We walked out of the closest door to us. It was dark outside and the stars were rising. You could see them clearly from where we were; it was was a huge man with a lantern shouting "Firs' years! Firs' years over here!"
"Hey Hagrid," Harry shouted walking towards him. Ron and I followed.
"Hi ther' Harry!" he said cheekily. Hagrid was a huge man with scraggly black hair, scraggly black beard, and muddy brown eyes that reminded me of that Hermionie girl. "Who are you frien's Harry?"
"This is Ron," Harry said pointing to Ron. "And that, that's Aphrodite." He pointed to me and smiled.
Hagrid smiled down at us then looked behind us. Older students were going around us off to golden carriages. "Okay, all the firs' years here?" There were a couple nods around me. "Les' go to the boats!" We followed Hagrid from Hogsmeade Station to a lake where there were huge boats. "Four to a boat," Hagrid reminded us.
Ron and Harry got into a boat near us. Harry put his hand out and helped me climb in. I muttered a thank you and a boy with dark skin got in behind me. I sat by Harry at the front and Ron was sitting next to the dark-skinned boy whose name was Dean in the back.
The boats set off on their own and we were gliding across the lake. Hogwarts was set on a hill, the castle was gleaming and looked cheery, ready to greet us students. The moon was setting out and reflected on the lake, making it brighter than it was before with just the stars.
"It's so beautiful," whispered Harry in my ear.
I smiled and put my hand over his. He was so cute and so nice... I smiled even bigger. The boats were pulling closer to the steep hill when Hagrid yelled, "Duck!" We all crouched down while we went under what seemed the hill that the Hogwarts castle was on.
"Wicked cool," I said when we pulled against a docking area. Harry helped me get out of the boat with a smile. "Thanks."
"Welcome," he said grinned.
Ron and Dean got out of the boats behind us and were talking about Quidditch. Hagrid lead us from underground to the front entrance to Hogwarts. Hagrid opened the doors, leading us to a room.
"Professor McGon'gall will be here shortly to explain to you wha's gonna happen," Hagrid said closing the door as he left.
A/N: Hey there guys! I really hope you like this new Harry Potter fanfic! I know there is a lot of Draco sister ones and HarryxOC, but I really like my character Aphrodite... and the question that is rising; Will the Malfoy's disown her for what happens? I mean... who know! OH WAIT-I DO! Haha! Anways Please comment and vote and tell me everything you think of this! Tell me if you like Aphrodite or if you think I miss interpreted something! Whatever you want...TELL ME BELOW!