I love that Harry gave her Sirius pensieve. Everyone should have a pensieve, wonder what happened to Dumbledores, did he leave it to Snape or was it just Hogwarts property? Anyway, I feel so sorry for Draco, and i know i shouldn't because he agreed to the plan to start with, but he's changed his mind and for him, thats big. Wonder if putting thoughts in the pensieve completely removes them from your head, if so, then couldn't people take all their horrid thoughts and put them in crystal bottles for storage? It'd really upset dementors because nobody would have unhappy memories for them to feed upon, it'd be like a world of patronuses, or should that be patroni? Sorry, my thoughts run away with me sometimes. Anyway, can't wait to see if Hermione tells the others what really happened, and if Draco gets a chance to explain before they all go to hex him.
I'm glad the Order got her out of there and she's safe at with Harry and the Weasleys. You'd think being in Slytherin, Draco would be cunning enough to have a spare wand ready in case of such an event, or a secret passage out of his room at least, one his vile excuse for a father didn't know about. How is Hermione going to tell them she was seduced by Draco Malfoy? Well, at least Voldemort won't be happy, thats something at least, although he'll probably take it out on Draco. I say again, why can't Tish the house-elf apparate him out of there?
I feel sick. Thats what you get for letting your hormones run away with you. Why hadn't they gone straight in and got her parents out of there? I know, I just hate the bad guys winning a point. Maybe she should have stayed at Hogwarts. Now she's going to think Draco did follow his fathers plan, oh what a mess.
OK, not that I don't like the fluff, but what were they thinking? Both of them and her parents are in danger of being murdered by death eaters and they're kissing in a grounded treehouse?! I guess Ron was right in their first year when he said she needs to sort out her priorities. Nice fluff though.
Ok, that was ruddy scarey! Hope they get back in time to warn the Grangers and get them somewhere safe. I love how they both remembered the portkey and that it got Hermione to leave Draco's room before vile Lucius found her. One thing, would the portraits not tell Lucius there was a muggleborn in his house? The trouble with the death eaters is the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. Perhaps if that death eater hadn't taken it upon himself to crucio Draco, the plan would have worked. Oh am I glad they're rotten at organisation.
Wow,the plot does indeed thicken. Nice touch Draco's inheriting an invisibility cloak, not sure it'll work against Voldemort, he seems to know most things. The fluff was fantastically written, I felt weak in the knees and it's Draco Malfoy for crying out loud. Lucius Malfoy is vile isn't he? Well so are the other two come to that. I love Draco's hidey-hole in the closet, hope i wouldn't be destined for Slytherin house because i like secrets so much, it implies deceit.
Never thought I'd say this, but thank God for Draco Malfoy. I'm a little confused though, why couldn't Draco, yes I'm getting used to that, why didn't Draco just ask Tish to take himself and Hermione back to her house immediately? I'm now wondering if he's been programmed to find the portkey, bring Hermione to the mannor, pretend to take her to safety through the passage and save her from those two goons in order to gain her trust for something. Perhaps he didn't want to do it so they programmed his subconscious and modified his memory. NEXT button here i come, to be proven wrong once more.
Wow, thats cool, wonder what that sphere was for before they turned it into a portkey? Also, do portkey's usually make humming noises? Love the secret passage behind the christmas tree. Why didn't they hang around behind the door to see if they could find out what Malfoy was meant to be doing? And Oh No! Will she be fully hidden under the desk, hope so.
There were a lot of funny moment in this chapter, I'm sure you know what i'm referring to. Also, it was quite scarey when they were looking outside, wonder what that weird noise actually is? And did i see the start of something other than mutual loathing? I like that Hermione has two rooms connected by a bathroom, wish i had, but don't hink I'd feel safe with Malfoy two doors away.
That last bit was so funny, I thought thjis was your house, well really. I really liked when you said Draco awoke and didn't know which way was up, I flet like that when i had flu once. I'm wondering if thats the difference between a good person and a bad person. It's not that a good person can't feel hatred or loathing or be awful at times, but when it really matters they do what they can to help regardless. I wonder if Draco was given the task of murdering the Grangers but splinched himself while apparating, or got injured when trying to get through wards on the Grangers' property and so can't remember anything. I wonder if he rmembers, decides not to do it because Hermione helped him and the Grangers disappear to their dentist exchange programme giving the impression Draco succeeded to keep him safe. How am i doing? Probably sub zero huh?
I'm guessing Hermione's parents were arguing about weather to go on a dentist exchange trip to some remote country? Perhaps it'd be better if they did, Hermione could probably stay at the Weasley's and they'd be safe from death eater attacks. I love that the grounded tree house was Gryffindore colours, even before she knew of hogwarts. One guess who the robed figure is outside. Malfoy?
omg omg omg!!!!
still loven the storry!!!
I LOVE IT!!!!
but where did draco enherit an invidibility cloak from.
ohmygosh ohmygosh ohmygosh.
I LOVE IT!!!!!
this is absolutely amazing!!!
ive read this story before, but its been a while...[im rereading it, as i recommended it to someone whos reading it, and thought to read it again] i forgot half of ti it's been so long, but its,, amazing!!!
i LOVE it
yays. on to the next chappie..
DUN! Dun! dun.
*crying in a dark corner*
"that was so . . " *sniffle* " well i hate to sound cliche`d but PERFECT!"