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Hermione and Drao return to Hogwarts for seventh year, and both feel the sparks of an unsual attraction to someone they did not except and willfully deny. Draco realizes the privillage he enjoyed before the war is not so present in its aftermath.
Hermione experiences a familiarly sarcastic, yet oddly polite Malfoy, who wants a partner on a project. It's ok that it's a secret though, right?
Hermione is unerved by Malfoy's old-world sensabilites, having only experienced the worst that upbringing has had to offer from him. Draco works to change the way others see him, though a chance meeting in a supply closet may undue it all.
A misstep in Herbology has disasterous results, showing Draco that sometimes you can't win for trying, and it'll take more than good intentions to prove to Hogwarts that he's changed.
Draco is at odds with a friend who isn't sure he's changed for the better, but not having many allys to turn to upon his return to school, he's hesitant to fully rebuff him. Hermione is released from the hospital wing, but finds that she's not as recovered as she thought, landing herself in a dangerous situation with an unlikely rescuer.
Draco is frusterated at Granger's stubborness, and on edge about a particularly keen-eyed friend who's noticed far more than he'd like. Hermione tries to reconcile Malfoy's concern for her wellbeing with the equally arrogant and quick to anger boy she's always known.
Hermione remembers that there's another relationship she ought to be focusing on, while Draco tries to dispel advances of his own. This is is made rather difficult by the passing of notes in class.
An illicit midnight Quidditch match brings excitement to the students of Hogwarts, after all, what could go wrong?
A midnight conversation brings to light new understanding of each other. Draco has an unexpected standoff, while Hermione is shocked at an equally unexpected discovery.
Draco and Blaise have words over the Quidditch match incident, while Hermione realizes she's spent the entire evening with her boyfriend's worst enemy and not thought about him once.
Draco issues a challenge, and Hermione comes an important realization about herself through a conversation with a close friend.
Hermione ponders the boys in her life and realizes her feelings have begun to change without her notice. Draco's challenge comes to a head with dramatic results.
Hermione comes across a sleeping Malfoy on the edge of the forest, taken in by the unaccustumed look of vulnerability on his face. A misstep brings an abrupt awaking in more ways than either of them expected.
Draco reminisces over his dark past, waking from the relief of slumber to find himself in a surprisingly intimate situation. He struggles to hold on to his better self, despite his physical reation.
Sparks fly and tempers flare when Hermione and Draco run into a pack of Gryffindors on their way back to the Castle. Relationships can only take so much strain before they start to crack.
Hermione tries to convince her friends to see reason in the aftermath of the argument, while Draco tries to help his house understand life is very different for him, and all of them, post-war, and moving on is a good idea. This is especially relavent when he wishes to go to the library without an entourage--unfortunally Blaise Zabini didn't get the memo.
Hermione and Ron finally have it out, and it goes about as well as The Talk ever does. That is to say, not great.
Breaking up is hard to do...
You think you have problems? Try being Draco Malfoy. If he retaliates against Weasley for taking out his frustrations with Granger on those of Slytherin house, his still tenuous friendship with Hermione could splinter all together; but his pride in both his house and himself can't allow the boy to just get away with his actions. And speaking of Granger, why can't he stop thinking of the way she looked when she ran away from him in the library? Could she ever truly trust a man like him?
Ron is bitter. Hermione is heartbroken. Lavender is suspicious. Ginny is bracing. And Draco is confused. With emotions running high, can he make himself heard through the fray?
Draco passes the torch, Blaise shares a secret, and Hermione drags her feet.
Hermione and Draco trade letters, Ginny gives some sage advice, and Hermione starts to come to a realization.
There's friction among our favourite Slytherins and Gryffindors, but not necessarily between houses. Cryptic comments come from all sides with implications for the future; will those who hear them be clever enough to decipher them in time?
Playing both sides is starting to wear on Draco, but he can't see a way out of his struggle. Hermione shares a secret and gains an obsevation in return.
Being single should mean less relationship stress for Hermione Granger, right? But one could play the tension between her and a certain boy like a fiddle string, and people are dfinitely starting to notice.
Hogsmeade means a chance to blow off steam, but there's a stand-off around every corner. Maybe it would have been better to have just stayed home?
The very night Draco admits his feelings everything comes crashing down around him. Hermione is reckless, with disastrous results.
Draco and Hermione have a long talk about everything that happened. Can he make her see how he feels? Could she even trust him after everything that she's been through?
Draco fights his rage, and tires not to give-in to old temptations, and Hermione works to overcome things and nurse her bruised spirit.
Minerva McGonagall deals with the fallout of the Hogsmeade disaster, which unfortunately includes contacting certain parents. Blaise... comes to some realizations. Not all of them good.
Draco somehow knows just the thing to help Hermione, and both are pleased at the progess that occurs. Perhaps a different sort of progress is occuring, too. Meanhwile, back at school, Minerva McGonagall is not to be trifled with.
Making up is hard to do...
Draco comes to a realization in detetion, while Ron and Hermione have a long talk.
Hermione asks Draco to teach her to fight, a concept he's not entirely on board with... until they actually practice. Suddenly contact-fighting takes on a whole new level of meaning.
Posuimus Enim Resurgemus...
Cards, Quidditch, and an important conversation.
The moonlight has a captivating effect on a certain Gryffindor, who is most certainly NOT on a date with a certain Slytherin. Right?
Mysterious clubs, middle of the night meetings, and a mission that only sounds easy. Draco could probably handle it if he wasn't being forced to spend time with Pansy Parkinson in order to keep his cover.
Just as Hermione and Draco both start to take the first steps to confirming their feelings to each other the season brings about the Ghosts of Girlfriends past. And all the drama that goes along with it.
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