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Caitlin Bell lazily opened her eyes. It was still night, no time to be awake. She rolled over and snuggled closer to her boyfriend of just over a year, Sirius Black, the soft pit- pat of the rain lulling her back to sleep…
...Promise you won’t say anything to anyone Cait.”
“This isn’t about us Cait, it’s about Sirius not telling me something of this magnitude!”
Bets and Broken Glass
James and Sirius wasted no time in chucking aside their wands and pouncing on said boy, throwing punches left and right and eventually flying into a six foot high vase that was at the end of the corridor, smashing it to pieces. The majority of the now demolished vase was embedded in James and Sirius’ skin and they couldn’t be more happy with themselves. Caitlin was so proud of them.
Problems at the Potter's
“Oh get over yourself Caitlin. All you are is a skirt with a smile that gets her whatever she wants. I’m wishing on every star I know right now that you don’t have a girl so she won’t be a carbon copy of you!”
“Don’t lie to me Evans! I’ve pleased many girls and I know the look you just gave James. James kissed you and you like it. Holy shit the apocalypse is coming. Regulus we must warn other about our impending doom.” They left. Regulus gave James the thumbs up sign as he exited the foyer.
If Looks Could Really Kill
James was looking in the window of a muggle sports store when something cold and wet collided with the side of his head.
Sirius ordered another round of drinks for their table. He ordered a beer for Lily, butterbeer for Caitlin, and two shots of whiskey for him and James. Or, as James called them ’manly man drinks’. He watched Sirius light a cigarette then offer one to James. He could tell Sirius was gearing up for something big. James, excited for what Sirius was going to say, accepted.
Here Goes Nothing
“Well” James said “Here goes nothing.” He pushed open the double doors and the six of them stepped out into the world
Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend
Once they had exhausted the topic of Voldemort they moved onto another problem, July 28th, Sirius’ birthday.
Champagne for All
Sirius jumped into the elevator before the doors even opened all the way and pushed the ‘door close’ button until the doors closed. A middle aged witch was looking at him oddly.
My Only Sunshine
“Caitlin darling calm down.” Sirius said massaging her shoulders. “She was just born and you’re already talking about her dying. Relax. Your mother will take care of her immortal soul. Don’t worry about it.” Caitlin reluctantly relaxed against his chest, biting back tears.
“How long were you planning on staying again brother?” Sirius asked pulling Caitlin closer to him. He felt her breath on his neck and her electric fingertips on his chest. His stomach squirmed unpleasantly at the thought of being in Ireland, surrounded by veela who had no sense of courtesy when it came to their voodoo veela magic.
A Quick Little Flight
Oooh Reg, how about this one?" Caitlin darling asked pointing to a white dress. Regulus' only purpose in the dress picking process was to serve as Sirius' opinion.
Black Tempers, Gone Forever
Sirius' mind was reeling. He was so full of white hot anger and adrenaline that if he didn't hit someone right that very second he would surely explode. There was only one person he wanted to hurt at that moment. He speed-walked up his front walk, whipped out his wand, and waved it so his door flew open with a bang.
"It's not worth it darling."
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