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Hi all,

I'm sure by now you all have seen the latest news, that HPFF is shutting down. I'm so, so sad to have to say goodbye to this site. I feel like I just found this amazing place with people like me, and I'm not ready for it to all end. To all of my readers, thank you for sticking with me! Becoming a Trusted Author and a Featured Story on HPFF was so incredible and exciting and I couldn't have done it without you all. I love all of your reviews and comments and compliments. You are all so wonderful!

My stories can be found on HPFT archives under the same penname, BBHP. I'm also on the HPFT forums as bahneebee.

I promise I haven't given up on Draco and Ginny here, and their story isn't over! Life has been so crazy over here, and I'm hoping to get back to writing soon.

Love you all,


Here is a sneak peek at the next chapter...with a little reference to HP and the Half-blood Prince, chapter 24

She’s fine, Draco told himself for what seemed the hundredth time. She’s fine, she knows what she’s doing. You told her about the Healing spell…

Vulnera Sanetur had been the words Snape had chanted while waving his wand over Draco’s lifeless body after Potter had attacked him the previous year. He could only hope that it would work for whatever stupid curse Pansy had used against Ginny.

He was pacing in his dormitory. Everyone else was still at dinner, but Draco knew he wouldn’t be able to stomach any food. Ginny had been attacked, right in front of him, and he just stood there like some idiot spectator. He didn’t do anything about it, just watched, frozen, as Pansy literally ripped into Ginny. Of course, Ginny held her own just fine -- he doubted even Madam Pomfrey would be able to fully correct Pansy’s broken nose -- but it was humiliating for Draco to know he had the chance to defend his girl and he didn’t do anything.

It was for the best, Draco told himself. Pansy couldn’t find out about him and Ginny -- no one could find out. It was bad enough that Ginny reacted when she did, giving Pansy -- and everyone, really -- any reason to suspect anything was going on between him and Ginny. The thought made his chest grow tight with anxiety and he came to a crushing realisation: He couldn’t see Ginny anymore.

 It was the only sure way to keep her safe. Not just from Pansy -- he was quite sure Ginny would destroy Pansy if she came near her again, and Pansy probably knew it -- but from any chance that rumours of him and Ginny could reach The Dark Lord or any of his minions. They would jump at the opportunity to exploit their relationship for gain, to control Draco, Ginny’s family, even Potter would do anything to protect Ginny. It’s why Potter broke up with Ginny in the first place, Draco remembered.

The resolution made Draco’s stomach turn. He left the dormitory quickly, forgoing his robes. There were still blood stains on his white uniform button-up but he couldn’t care less at the moment. He needed to see Ginny. be continued (elsewhere, sadly).....

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