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Chapter One: The Beginning
Turning around I saw Dom gaping at something, mouth open. Confused I followed her gaze and gasped, my insides turning to ice. In front of me were huge lush green grounds and standing tall and proudly over those grounds was a castle and not just any castle: Hogwarts.
Chapter Two: Here To Stay
“Omg, sorry!” I knelt down and gathered the books and standing to my feet I met the dark eyes of...
Chapter Three: Awkward Entrances
“Just face it, your both Squibs.”
Chapter Four: Diagon Alley
“I swear I just had something ghostly swirl around me and it knocked into my shoulder.” I said, I put my hand out and swished it in the air, but there was nothing there.
Chapter Five: Sorting Us Out
“It says here - and in bold writing I might add - that students who have not had their forms signed by a parent or guardian will not be allowed to attend.” Dom finished.
Chapter Six: Making Friends...or Foes
“Don't worry,” I said weakly. “I'm doing just fine.”
Chapter Seven: Hogsmeade Mischief
I spun around to see Dom coming out from a sea of people. Pulling Regulus with me, I rushed over to meet with her.
Chapter Eight: Classes Begin
“Peter, hi!” I said enthusiastically.
Chapter Nine: Friendships and Disapprovals
“Say it again Miss Adams,” Professor McGonagall said swiftly.
Chapter Ten: So Close Yet So Far
“I'm so glad you're back Mary, we missed you!” Lily said joyfully.
Chapter Eleven: Locked Out
Dom nodded. “Exactly what Steph said, I said Mary was cool because she was around.”
Chapter Twelve: Clean Slate and a Sirius Dare
“You didn't rehearse that apology did you?” I asked laughingly.
Chapter Thirteen: Fitting In (Well, Sorta)
I shrugged. “Guess I'd have to wait until that day. Now, please, let this be the first and last fight.”
Chapter Fourteen: Of Weeks Past
“Right, boys across from girls and two steps to the left!” Slughorn said with a clap of his hands.
Chapter Fifteen: Confessions and Mayhem
Sirius didn't say anything; instead he shoved his hands into his pockets and silently walked towards the boys' dorms.
Chapter Sixteen: Signs
“Makes me sick!” Sirius hissed. Suddenly there was a splat! And I jumped back to see cream dripping off Matthews cheek.
Chapter Seventeen: Coming Clean
I felt it then, the spark. My lips turned into a small frown. I wasn't happy for this girl, in fact I hated to admit it, but I was downright jealous. I didn't like this at all. Luckily I wasn't Dom, otherwise Sirius would have been confronted and the girl would probably have to be reported missing.
Chapter Eighteen: Not So Sweet
“Yes, really. I just wanted to be honest, I'm so sorry, Matthew...” I apologised sadly.
Chapter Nineteen: Picking up the Pieces
Matthew just waited patiently. He was always patient; so understanding. All I did was break his heart.
Chapter Twenty: When Things Change
Giving her a confused look, I quickly followed her gaze to the two people who had just walked through the doors and were now making their way hand in hand towards the Ravenclaw table. My mouth too, dropped open when I saw who it was.
Chapter Twenty-One: Walking on a Dream
When we made it back to the common room, I jumped beside the fire and Remus rushed up to the boys' dorm. Rubbing my hands to warm them up I smiled, I wanted Remus to be happy and so I was going to somehow get Dawn and him together. Finally Remus came backdown with something in his hand and I gasped when I saw what it was.
Chapter Twenty-Two: Heart to Heart
With everything happening, I felt a little guilty when my heart and mind suddenly agreed on something, depsite being so conflicted before. I hated myself for agreeing, because I knew my family were looking for me, and no matter how much I missed them or loved them...
Chapter Twenty-Three: The Deepest Cut
“HEYYYY!” An all too familiar voice cried. James appeared beside me, and motioned a hand towards Regulus. “What's this Sophie? Interacting with the opposition, fraternizing with the enemy!”
Chapter Twenty-Four: Tea Leaves and Goodbyes
I couldn't do it...I couldn't let this win me over, I would fight to the end to win back my best friend and here I was ... doing exactly the opposite. I was mad, don't get me wrong, I was so mad I wanted to die. There was no use of trying, Professor Valaria was right, I couldn't stop the inevitable. I couldn't stop the stupid portal from coming back, and I couldn't even get my best friend back.
Chapter Twenty-Five: Only a Lifetime to Heal
I narrowed my eyes at James in confusion – until it hit me. “HOLY CRAP!” I exclaimed, my cry echoed off the pitch and off the entire universe. James nodded. “Yup, holy crap. We barely have a week and a half.”
Chapter Twenty-Six: Keeping Secrets
“Nothing, Sophie, just a little something for the party, that’s all,” James said, feigning innocence and pulling out his wand and waved it, the box glowed and I decided then it wasn’t safe to touch and it was best not to ask what was inside.
Chapter Twenty-Seven: A Night to Remember
Mary even chirped in some gossip that left us laughing, but when I looked at Sirius, my heart dropped slightly, he kept his composure, but his eyes said it all. He was upset that we brushed off his birthday.
Chapter Twenty-Eight: When Things Go Wrong
However, when I closed my eyes, for a moment in Transfiguration, a pounding came into my head. It was slight at first, but then it grew and soon it was painful. I tried to open my eyes, but they refused to do so. The darkness refused to go. I pushed and pushed and finally I managed to open my eyes, only to find.
Chapter Twenty-Nine: Life's Precious Gifts
Life’s precious gifts, where could I begin?
Chapter Thirty: Lost in Magic
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