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The day where she danced with Draco had really changed her. She now learned to appreciate life, not just logic. She laughed until she cried, ate until she threw up. No longer was she the scrawny little bookworm witch, she was really living life.

So now, Hermione was sitting in front of Draco during Charms class doing a quiz when she felt something slide into her sweater hood. She turned around and gave a confused face at Draco. He just motioned to the note. She opened the note and it said-

Come with me. I still need to show you something, Miss Free

She smiled to herself and scribbled something back.

Fine I guess I’ll come. But how will we leave without getting caught?

She quickly turned around and plopped to on his desk. Shortly later, she recieved the note again.

I have a plan.

Uh oh.

It better be good Mr. Malfoy!

Draco smiled to himself as he waved his wand at Hermione. Instantly, she started coughing and sneezing.

Professor Flitwick turned around to face her.

“Miss Granger, are you alright?”

Not being able to speak she shook her head. Draco stood. “I’ll take her to Madame Pomfrey!”

He helped her off her seat and led her to the door leaving a very confused class and an angry Ron.

As soon as they were out of earshot he lifted the spell. Hermione looked relieved.

“Alright, so where are you taking me?”

Draco held out his hand and she took it. They suddenly appeared at Hogsmeade in front of a gigantic house.

But the house was putrid! The wood was worn down and it was a wreck. Hermione and Draco just stood in front of it doing nothing.

“Um, Draco, what are we waiting for? A back flip?” Hermione asked.

Draco chuckled. “No. I’m going to fix it up and live in it.”

Now it was Hermione’s turn to laugh. “What?!? There’s no way you’ll be able to fix this bloody thing to a suitable living state without dying!”

Draco rolled his eyes. No one was going to tell him what his dreams were. Not even Hermione. Wait, what did he mean by that? Draco knew he had feelings for her; he just didn’t want to admit it to himself. But know was the time to face the truth. He was falling for Hermione Granger, and he was falling hard. He walked into the house expecting Hermione to follow, which she did.

Hermione followed Draco into the house. She couldn’t help feeling bad about what she said though. Hermione was very confused. She cared for Draco. But she couldn’t shake that feeling that she got whenever she was alone with him. She felt like all she wanted to do was grab him and kiss him. She shook her head. No Hermione! He’s just a friend, that’s all. Stop lying to yourself! You know you have feelings for him! She continued the debate in her head as she followed Draco into the so called “living room”.

“I’m going to get everything it needs. I’ll fix it and everything. I even have the money. This is a goal that I know I’m going to fulfill.” He said as he sat on the piano stool in the middle of the room.

Hermione sat next to him. “Do I get a say in this?” She said. But she regretted her words as soon as they came out. She watched him raise an eyebrow at her. “Do you want a say in this?” He whispered.

She nodded and Draco roughly pulled her towards him, mashing their lips together. He put a hand around her waist and another behind her neck. They parted.

“What does this make us?” Hermione whispered.

“Anything, as long as I can have you.” Draco said.

That was a very brief kiss, but spoke volumes.


After that kiss they shared at the house, Hermione and Draco were inseparable. The only negative was that almost the whole school hated this. Especially Ron and Pansy. But Hermione and Draco could care less about what other people thought. They were too happy together to realize what other people wanted from them. The only people they listened to were Harry and Ginny. Sure they had other friends but they didn’t value them as much. Surprisingly, Harry and Ginny made a truce with Draco. They got off pretty well. It was like the old days, well, replacing Ron with Draco. No one really paid attention to him anymore, except for Harry. The two will always be friends and Hermione just had to learn how to accept it. But one day, Hermione was heading to the House again. She and Draco went there often to be by themselves. They even started repairing it. Draco promised Hermione that he would finish the house for her. Hermione cleaned while Draco replaced the wood with bricks. She was remembering the time he said Hermione would decide the appearance of the house while she walked.


She said,

“I want a white house with blue shutters and a porch that we can sit and talk the whole day. I also want a big library and a dance studio.” Draco smiled and climbed down the ladder to put his arms around her waist.

“Is that so?”

“Yes.” She said

*End of Flashback*

As she turned around a corner she spotted a girl against a wall with a tall boy snogging her. It was a very disturbing scene. What made it worse was when Hermione got closer she realized it was Ron and Pansy. She made a face and began walking again. Hermione didn’t really care who Ron went out with. He could be dating Lord Voldemort for all she cared.  She almost reached the door when she heard a voice.

“Oy! Hermione!”

She whipped around and saw Ron still had his hands on Pansy.

“What?” She said with a cold tone.

“Where are you going?” He said with a smirk.

Hermione groaned. She had been trying to ignore him and life was going great. No he just has to butt in. Why does he have to know anyway.

“None of your business!” She said and left before he could say anything else

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