She had been told that love was beauty, that love was sweet words whispered behind smiling lips. She had been told that love was gentle, love was patient, love was kind. She had been told that love was sweet, not sour.
He had been taught that love was unrealistic, unemotional, calculating. He had been taught that love was not words on pages but paychecks in hands and reputations. He had been taught that love was little more than a word.
And then, together, they found out that they had been terribly, terribly wrong.
So I go insane
Like I always do
And I call your name
She’s a lot like you
look me in the eyes
and tell me with no lies
that you feel the same
In which the unlikely friendship between a Gryffindor girl and a Slytherin boy blossoms between two first years. The relationship runs splendidly during their first three years at Hogwarts, until fourth year arrives and Hermione’s worry for her friend Harry begins to interfere. Soon enough, Draco’s company is entirely replaced by that of her fellow Gryffindors. Years later, Hermione leaves school and goes into hiding in order to protect herself and to retrieve information on Voldemort’s weaknesses. However, after a few months, she is captured and taking to Malfoy Manor. When her identity is discovered, she is used as a weapon against Draco.