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Fic: Days of the Week (1/1) *NC17* D/Hr [Jan. 2nd, 2005|01:35 am]
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Title: Days of the Week
Author: firesorceress1
Rating: NC-17
Ship: D/Hr
Disclaimer: Although the plot is mine, the characters and the whole Harry Potter franchise belongs solely to J.K. Rowling, the woman that started my addiction into the Potter universe. I receive no monies for this story, but write for the pleasure of twisting the characters to my will.
Notes: To Clara: I haven't written a humorous fic before, and I feel the only part that isn't very well written is the humor you requested. I'm very sorry about that! Especially since it took me so long to write this. It was hard to find the inspiration for this fic but I finally decided to do a format I've wanted to try out. Hope you like it! J Kass


Monday

He kissed her cheek before the Quidditch game. Hermione was ecstatic; her whole heart seemed to be bursting with emotions. As she sat there unmoving, eyes following his every move, she couldn't help but think about how handsome Draco Malfoy looked in his Quidditch uniform.

She resisted the urge to cheer when he caught the snitch; the urge to hug him as she was shuffled out by the crowd past the Slytherin Prince. It was a dream. A fantasy. He would never love her.

But as their gazes met for that mere second, she knew she could not let go of this dream, for even bookworms like her needed someone to hold on to. The day suddenly seemed a whole lot brighter. And maybe, just maybe, dreams could come true.

On Mondays, they were dreamers.

Tuesday

The gifts began to pour in. Little meaningful things that she knew were from him. A silver bracelet, a journal with her initials engraved, a bookmark, even a small cupid found his way into her pile of treasures. He was watching her. She could feel his burning gaze throughout the whole day, but it was good, it was great.

Hermione found him waiting for her, and then laughed at his disposition. Draco looked terrible. He dressed up as cupid for her. He looked ridiculous in the costume with little wings, red makeup and a loin cloth. Yet, she couldn't help think that he had changed. The Draco Malfoy she knew would never do something as damaging to his reputation as this.

She was so surprised when he leaned in and kissed her. When her mind finally processed what happened, he was gone. She clutched a hand to her heart and slumped down the wall. Was this what love felt like? Maybe even the great Draco Malfoy could fall in love with a plain girl like her.

On Tuesdays, they wished.

Wednesday

It was a long and rigorous day. Double Potions followed by Arithmancy, her lunch had been cut and she went to Herbology with an empty stomach. Even her favorite class, Ancient Runes couldn't help her feel better at the end of the day. She felt as if she was cursed or something, things just weren't going up.

At least, they weren't until she reached her dorm room. He was there. All she could do was raise an eyebrow, and stare. As if answering her unspoken question, he coughed out, "Your cat ate my boxers, Granger. There was nothing I could do."

And slowly her lips curled up for the first time that day.

On Wednesdays, they began changing.

Thursday

He was everywhere. Draco was the only thing she could think about all day. In Transfiguration, she was so distracted she hadn't even noticed her frog had turned into a bowl instead of a cup. McGonagall's disappointed face didn't even faze her. She couldn't even remember what happened in Charms. At lunch Hermione accidentally ate an apple, forgetting she was highly allergic to apples, and landed herself a trip to the hospital wing.

She was forced to stay in the infirmary for the rest of the day. Hermione didn't even try to protest, which probably was why Ron almost passed out. He was bad for her. Thinking about him so much was bad. She couldn't help it though. All she could see was his grey, stormy eyes, his brilliantly blond hair and his smile, oh, how lovely he looked with a smile on his face.

Draco found her after she got out of the infirmary. They kissed. Passionately. Lustfully. Desperately.

They made love for the first time. She couldn't help but feel as if everything changed somehow. It was the beginning of a new adventure, a life, and a new relationship. It was going to last forever. She knew it would. This was the real thing.

On Thursdays, they found first loves.

Friday

Hermione was surprised when Snape held her after class for a talk. She was even more surprised when she learned of the subject of their talk. Draco.

She listened as the potions master talked of Draco's life, and how he didn't need any more trouble especially in the form of a Gryffindor know-it-all. Hermione felt anger rose inside of her. She had been worried about getting approval from her friends, but never thought someone like Snape would feel so strongly about her relationship with Draco. If Snape was against this, she couldn't imagine what the Slytherins or Gryffindors would feel. Maybe… maybe they couldn't do this after all. Maybe it was just too hard.

"I understand, sir." A glare. Then he did something she didn't expect at all. Snape said she was right. She was right. This was a miracle. He went on to say how he thought Hermione was the best choice Draco had made. Snape told her to take care of Draco, to not break his heart. As if she would! He told they had his approval. Hermione felt appalled as she left the office. She walked all the way to the Gryffindor common room before his words sank in. She smiled. At least someone approved.

On Fridays, they made discoveries.

Saturday

They spent the day in bed. She didn't know how many times they had sex. Each time was better than the last. Hermione laid limp in Draco's arms. A hot flush over her skin caused by their activities. The room reeked of sex. Sweat gleamed off her body. She felt so safe there with his arms around her. The heat was unbearable. Hermione could feel him stirring up again, his member pressed between her thighs.

Before she knew what was happening, he was on top of her, laying kisses everywhere. A wet trail of saliva from her neck to her stomach. As his lips captured her left breast, she gave a soft moan, and her core began to ache. Hermione whimpered loudly as he slipped into her. In. Out. Harder. Faster. She felt as if she was going to explode. Then she screamed his name. She came furiously, her orgasm rippling through her body. After a few more thrusts, Draco followed, groaning into her hair.

Panting heavily, Draco rolled off Hermione and onto his side. She turned to look at him with a smile. It was then that she realized it: every day should be a Saturday.

On Saturdays, they were lovers.

Sunday

They exchanged ties and sat together for breakfast. Draco even kissed her in front of the entire student body. They were official. Sure, there was the uncertainty of the first days, and the rocky road ahead, but nothing was perfect. At the end of the day, they were the only ones who truly mattered.

What surprised her the most were the inter-house relationships that followed: Ron and Pansy, Blaise and Ginny, Harry and Luna.

Love seemed to be in the air. Hermione smiled as he leaned in to kiss her.

On Sundays, everything began all over again.




78. Name/Pen Name: Clara
Pairing of the fic you want: D/Hr
Rating(s) of the fic you want: R or Nc-17
3 - 5 Things you want your gift to include:
1. Romace /Humor fic
2. Quiddtich uniform
3. Quote - Your Cat ate my boxers Granger, There was nothing I could do
4. Matchmaking Snape
5. Ron/Pansy, Blaise/Ginny and Harry/Luna side pairings (if possible all but I would be happy with any of them being used)
What you don't want your gift to include: Angst, Character Death, OC Draco (ie super fluffy Draco), OC Hermione (ie Skanky beauty Hermione), Head Girl Hermione and Head Boy Draco
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Comments:
[User Picture]From: l_m_n
2005-01-02 09:08 am (UTC)
Oh wow, that was absolutely lovely!
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[User Picture]From: deaddollsmile
2005-01-02 11:35 pm (UTC)
that was veryry special :-) i liked it loads babe..but then again i'm one of your biggest fans*waves little "go inell" flag* (chuckles) also..i wanted to give u 2 more challenges(little nasty plot bunnies biting at my toes and begging to be written) but as i'm not so good myself(english isen't my first language) i tought of you...do i post it at the original thread for january challenges?

love
charlotte
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From: (Anonymous)
2005-01-03 01:21 am (UTC)

cute

Cutesy story. Liked the days of the week idea.
Disclaimer sounds kind of familiar though.
~tas
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[User Picture]From: to_exist
2005-01-03 08:51 am (UTC)
very cute...i liked it...wonderful..:)

Much love,
Kim
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[User Picture]From: maplesugrrrl
2005-01-03 10:33 am (UTC)
I really like the format that you used. Taking a risk on something new once in a while is a great idea!

You are an excellent writer and I look forward to reading more from you.

Regarding this particular story, you failed to make me believe in the relationship between Draco and Hermione. I felt that things moved at a lightening speed with nothing but your narration to back up what was happening. There was nothing that said to me, "This is Draco/this is Hermione", and I felt that you could have been writing about any characters. When you take a non-canon relationship like Draco/Hermione, you need to really show us, the readers, HOW these characters can get together believably, or the whole fic ends up feeling terribly OOC.

In my latest journal entry maplesugrrrl, I discussed the concept of mediocrity in the Draco/Hermione 'ship. samcanuck made a great point regarding subleties and tension missing in a lot of recent Draco/Hermione fic. In the fic that you posted, there is no real tension, no struggle between light and dark, the fic just exists, and while you are a good writer and you use an interesting and fresh formula, the story lacks believability in the Draco/Hermione genre.

I really feel that if you explore this idea more, you can really make it work. The idea of the seven days is wonderful, but I think you need to slow things down, add more dialogue, show a real relationship forming. They do not need to have sex, don't use the fic as a reason to thrust them into a sexual relationship. Focus instead on taking the characters from where we know them, and then making us, the reader, believe in a plausable relationship between the two.

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From: lisi_apple
2007-08-15 02:41 pm (UTC)
It was a very well developed story, I love it!
Hugs and kisses from Spain
Lisi
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