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Harry, Ron, Hermione, Luna, Draco, Ginny
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Harry/Ginny, Draco/Ginny, Ron/Luna
Humor, Romance, AU
Strong Language, Scenes of a Sexual Nature
Story Reviews
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2009-11-01 11:12am
Last Chapter
2010-04-25 6:16pm
Last Updated
2010-04-25 6:16pm

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1 The Beginning of the End... of the Beginning

“As I was saying—in result of Mr. Potter's triumph, the professor's and I have come up with a way to loosen the tight grounds. We are aware that because of the newly acquired environment, some of you may feel tense or anxious. And because of that we have decided to set up a new system of communication between students very similar to the Muggle pen-pal system. For those of you who are not familiar with it, the premise is quite simple. Sign up and you will be matched with a partner selected by a charm composed by our very own Professor Flitwick.”

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2 First Impressions Last a Lifetime (Right?)

I knew it came from behind me so I turned and had to put my hand over my mouth not to scream. It was right next to me. I removed my hand a moment later and let out a breath. It was the most beautiful owl I had ever seen—snow white with deep golden eyes that felt as though they were penetrating into my very soul.

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3 Old Habits Die Hard

“You don't think it's stupid, do you? That the only friend I have my age has no I idea who I am?”

She shook her head. “No, honey, I don't. You don't know who he is and you still like him, don't you? I reckon he feels the same about you or else he wouldn't keep on writing you. And maybe, in time, you'll meet him.”


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4 The Past is the Past Until Someone Brings it Up

“I can kick you out, you know.” I said smartly. “Close the shop, lock the doors, anything to keep you and your ego out.”

He snorted. “What ever happened to `the customer is always right'?”

“It died along with chivalry.”

“Oh really?” He asked smoothly. “Then what does that plaque in the corner say.”

I turned to where he pointed his finger and gritted my teeth. There, in goldenrod letters, was the motto every store in Diagon Alley lives by. Damnit.

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