Title: Harry's Unknown Sister
Summary: Takes place during Harry's second year. Professor Snape has the class brew a Paternity Draught that totally blows him away. Not only does he have a sister but he's not even a Potter. He finds unusual friends, enemies, and finally a family.
Disclaimer: I don't own any of Rowling's Harry Potter characters and I'm not making any money.
To Everyone: Thanks for your wonderful reviews, they keep me going. Tonks is my fav character and I'm also going to get rid of that curse. No more one year Defense Against the Dark Arts teachers.
It took a couple of days for things to finally quiet down enough to even qualify as being back to normal. The Gryffindor and Slytherins were both clawing at each other to get spots to practice and Ron Weasley, thankfully, was reported to be the worst Seeker that Gryffindor ever had. So all and all Harry was very happy with how things were going. Defense Against the Dark Arts had gone back to being his favorite subject and he was getting better at Potions.
Snape's week was going well, even though he wasn't the Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. He had gotten a response from Narcissa, telling him that she was shocked and disappointed in how her son was acting. Of course she decided to visit, something that Snape wasn't that happy about. He didn't think he could handle this much Malfoy so early in the month. However he told her that she could visit just as long as she kept her opinion to herself and didn't try and excuse her son's behavior.
Mother's might be shocked at how their children were acting but get them alone and they start defending them.
She arrived at seven, on time.
Narcissa Malfoy, born Black, was a tall women, very elegant, Pureblood to the core, and wore a long blue robe. She had white hair but black hair on-top. Snape had long since tried to figure out how this was even possible. She gave him a look and then settled into a seat.
"Want something to drink?"
"No," she answered. "Look, I'm sorry about how my son acted and he had no right to do what he did."
"That's right, he didn't," Snape said, "Harry, is making friends with some of the Slytherin's and they don't approve of what your son is doing."
She sighed and said, "I've tried to tell Lucius that Draco needs to act his age but he won't listen. He almost failed his first year and I believe its because he was so focus on making Potter's life hell that he didn't care for his studies."
"And he's still making Harry's life hell," Snape added, "That child has been bullied and I heard that he prevented another child from being bullied like he was. Your son needs to learn that not everyone knows about the Malfoy's are impressed with the wealth. He learns all that and he will actually make a decent member of society."
Narcissa nodded and then asked, "Have you decided on who will be their godparents?"
"I'm still thinking about that," Snape said, glad for a change of subject.
"Well let me know who you choose," she said, "Not that I'll tell Lucius, of course."
"Of course," Snape said, "I'll let you know if there's anymore trouble that your son lands in."
Narcissa nodded and thankfully left.
Snape thought long about what Narcissa had said. He knew that Harry and Morrigan needed godparents and he already wanted Minerva to be their godmother. She protected them even though they were no longer in her house. A sudden knock on the door broke him away from his thoughts.
"Enter," he said.
The door opened to reveal Tonks, who looked like was she was going somewhere.
"Got the grading done," she told him, "I'm going to the Hogshead for a drink."
"Do you think that's wise?" Snape asked her.
She grinned and answered, "Hay, I do what I like and I want to go to the Hogshead."
"Then don't let me keep you," he told her.
She winked at him before she left.
"Women, what the hell are they even around," Snape asked to an empty room.
He would never understand them, never.
The next morning, as though his brain was deciding on this very important decision, woke him up to the decision that Minerva would be their godmother and Dumbledore would be their godfather. He really didn't have that many positive role model wizards and witches that would fit the bill as a proper godparent. But first he had to inform Minerva and Albus of his decision, Merlin help him.
"You want us to be their godparent," McGonagall said when Snape told her and Dumbledore about what he had decided.
Or his brain had decided for him.
"Yes," Snape answered.
"Oh thank you, Severus," McGonagall said, "I love them like their my own."
"Well all we have to do is get you married off and Harry and his sister will have a mum."
Snape could see the gears of planning going through both of the new godparents brains. This was so not what he planned on when he said that he wanted them to be Harry and Morrigan's godparents.
"You are not setting me up on a date," Snape told them.
Both of them now had grins like sharks. Kooky gay Headmaster and horrible woman, he did not understand them.
"I swear if you set me up on a date I'm going to have a Headmaster on a open fire with a Deputy Headmistress as desert," Snape vowed.
McGonagall put a hand on his shoulder, "Now, dear, we're not going to do any of the sort."
"Yeah, and my father was a vampire," Snape commented, snorting. "Your both planning something, to which I will not be apart of."
"Now, dear, its all in your head."
That was the worst lie that Minerva McGonagall had ever come up with.
"We'll let Harry and Morrigan know that we're their godparents," Dumbledore told Snape.
"Fine, but no matchmaking," Snape told him and he left.
"We are so bad," McGonagall told Dumbledore.
"True, but Severus needs to be around a woman," Dumbledore told her, "I think I've got the perfect person for the job of future mother."
"Who?" McGonagall asked.
"Why, Tonks," Dumbledore answered and both sharks started planning.
"I finally got the thing done," Harry told Morrigan, "Now I can relax and wait or it to be due."
"I got mine done yesterday," Morrigan told him.
"Show off," Harry snorted and then the owl post arrived.
For the past couple of days Harry hadn't gotten anything other than the letter that Snape had given him. This time Hedwig had a letter for him, this time from Dumbledore. He opened and read:
Harry and Morrigan,
Severus has asked me and Minerva to be your godparents and we've agreed. I'm so happy to have you in the family.
"I can't believe it," Morrigan said, grinning, "My favorite teacher as my godmother."
"I wonder if those two are up to something," Harry suddenly commented.
Morrigan looked at him and then asked, "Why do you wonder that?"
"Because knowing Dumbledore he's going to try and set Snape up with a date."
Morrigan gave him a look and then said, "Want us to watch them?"
"Now that's the best idea that you've come up with all month."
She grinned and said, "Thanks."
A/N: Poor Snape, giggles. The next chapters will be long, but some will be short.