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“Who's James anyway?” I asked curiously.
I kept laughing “Fine! You're...not a...troll...you're actually...quite...quite....good looking...” He stopped tickling me but I stayed on the grass still laughing.
Sirius was thunderstruck. I couldn't help but smile a bit. He actually seemed to be more surprised that I had acknowledged my father’s existence than the fact that I was a monster.
Laughing at My Tears
“I don't think that's likely.” I said calmly “I mean they can't feed you to the squid, he's a vegetarian everyone knows that!”
“I ran into her on my way down to breakfast. She said something about the library and ran off.”
Pink Dresses, Nightmares and Algeria
For a wild moment I thought I was staring at some form of large pink, fluffy animal then I realized that it was a dress and below it were a pair of high heels. Ew.
"Sirius Clideus Black! You will run faster or I will come back there and...do something very, very mean and most likely very illegal!”
“So. This is how you act when something bad happens to you huh? You lock yourself up in your room and have a pity party! You're being a coward Cassie. No wonder the sorting hat sat on your head for so long. It probably tried to put you in Hufflepuff!”
“Coffins are extremely uncomfortable. The air always gets stuffy when the lids close and then you start wondering if someones going to bury you alive in your sleep. And if they do, you have to dig yourself without alerting the angry villagers. Not pleasant.”
“So how exactly are we going to do this? Lets make him streak through the great hall at lunch!” Sirius exclaimed with a wicked grin.
I could not comprehend how the idea that there was no fate comforted Cassie. The thought that there was a greater power that made all the big decisions for me was all that got me through the day.
“You five have probably broken every rule in our handbook. Twice. You've interrupted classes, driven teachers to quit, destroyed school property, gone out of bounds and I probably don't know the half of the rest!”
Pick Your Poison
A strange urge to make him look at me, really look at me, like he had just before he kissed me nearly overpowered me.
When it was gone she looked for a moment as if she were going to lick the sides of the cup, but just as suddenly as she had begun drinking, she hurled the goblet across the room, breathing heavily.
“You think an awful lot of yourself, Mr. Black. Nobody cares that much about who you date.”
“If you do not move out of my way and pretend that you know nothing I will ruin your life, Lily Evans. I will pulverize your future and make everyone you know hate you. Your wand will be snapped in half. Muggles won't even want you. I will destroy you. Do you understand?” Cassie's voice held no hint of a bluff.
“Why is she your girlfriend when she's being all cute and nice, but as soon as she kidnaps someone, drugs us and leaves us unguarded in a corridor for two hours she's suddenly my sister?” James slurred glumly, struggling to make himself understandable.
The Best Liar
"I-I realized that James and Peter and Remus and the Potters and...everything. It's all second compared to you. And I'm telling you that I'd rather burn alive than sit and watch you throw your life away. The...the world can burn. As long as you're safe."
Regulus chuckled, ‘'So tell me. How long have you been a bloodsucking murderer?’’
Crossing the Line
We had crossed a line. And even in our loose interpretation of the term ‘right’ there were rules. There were indicators of right and wrong.
I felt a little wiggly inside for deceiving my best friends like this, but it was the only way to keep them out of this. Sirius and I were already entrenched in pureblood warfare-whether we wanted it or not. The least we could do was make sure they stayed out of it.
They would argue that a vampire didn't equate a monster, but what about a liar? What about someone who could lie more easily than they could be honest? If that wasn't a monster, then I didn't know what a monster was.
“That's the kind of person I am. I ignore people in general unless I'm looking for weak points.”
Sleight of Hand
"I would never lose the eleven year old girl that I had seen all those years ago on the train. Even then, I had felt it. I’d been drawn to her by a magnetic force. It was obvious, to me, even at eleven. It had been as simple as breathing."
The Long Con
"By the end of his speech, James’s kind voice was gone and his tone was cold and hard, like frozen steel. For long moment, I wondered if Sirius really was the most dangerous of us." -Remus Lupin
She looked up at me with her dizzying blue eyes and I thanked fate, or God, or whoever was in charge of such things that I could only see her as a sister. Because I knew somehow, instinctively, that she would destroy me if I ever fell for her.
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