Hi! So basically, I'm just an aspiring young writer like so many other wonderful people here and I'm also an avid Harry Potter fan. Once again, like so many other people here.
If you must know, I'm also a total Dramione shipper. :)
It was the worst news a father could receive: his son was marrying his worst enemy's daughter.
But for Draco Malfoy, being in the role of the reasonable parent was in itself a debacle as he tried to make the best of a bad situation. But when circumstances forced him to spend more time than he ever cared to with the most irritating Mudblood on the planet, he constantly questioned his sanity, as well as that of his son.
However, Draco might have come to realise that things change, as well as people. Is Hermione Granger Weasley the mad bint he remembered, or were they both a little different this time around?
This story has been nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Non-Canon Romance.
Pleeeeaaaaassssseeeee continue this! I know you haven't abandoned MNFF, you posted a story recently, it's in the Most Recent area. Please continue this! With a cherry- er, chocolate chip cookie on top?
I really will finish this story. If I didn't, the person for whom it was written may or may not murder me, lol. I'm just working on a slew of challenge prompts right now, but as soon as that's done, I'll crank out this story. :)
Thanks for reading!
You. Need. To. Update. Right. Now. :)
Lol, all in good time, amigo.
And your username is a joyous one. :D
Summary: A year after divorcing the impossible Draco Malfoy, Astoria Greengrass is preparing for her perfect wedding to the perfect Roger Davies. The only possible thing that could mar her day is the need to accommodate a journalist and a photographer from The Prophet
Then her sister turns up with her ex in tow, and Astoria realises her day is not going to be quite so 'yar' after all.
This story has been written for Lori (Weasley Mom) who is a big fan of the film The Philadelphia Story.This story has been inspired by that film. If you haven't seen the film, then you should because it's a classic.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, Philip Barry or Katherine Hepburn.
Thank you, Natalie, for the beta work.
** - indicates a line from the film High Society.
I really love this! Astoria, who has never seemed that real to me in the Potterverse, has been brought to life! (in my mind anyway) :)
Author's Response: Thank you. I suppose she is just a name - which is probably why I liked expanding her. ~Carole~