Ginevra Molly Weasley is different. While being a Gryffindor, she longs to be a Slytherin, though she knows it's not the proper thing for a Weasley to want. Growing up under the watchful eyes of her many brothers, Ginny had been sheltered for most of her life.. but when all of them are gone during her sixth year, she takes it as a chance to be her own person, to rebel against what it is that she was brought up to be. Over the summer, she'd developed in more ways than just her personality and mindset.
One day, she catches a glimpse of Draco Malfoy.. shirtless. Since then, she's fallen absolutely head-over-heels in love with him, her crush on the famous Harry Potter almost completely forgotten.
When she pursues her crush for him, will he return her feelings? Will their relationship be real? Or simply one of lust and wanting to see the consequences?
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As Draco dived underneath the water before resurfacing, Ginny was about to turn around and go back to the castle, scolding herself for staying even as long as she had. As soon as he pulled himself out of the water, she sucked in a breath, clasping a hand around her mouth quickly. The water glistening on his skin was almost unreal. Pulling herself behind the tree even more so she was further out of sight, she clenched her eyes shut for a second.
"He's gorgeous," she whispered, letting her head fall back against the trunk of the tree, her arms hanging limply at her sides. "No. No, don't even think of that Ginny. He's a Malfoy, if you think those things, you'll get your hopes up for nothing," she scolded, sliding down the tree into a sitting position, not wanting to take the chance of looking at him again while he was out of the water.
Draco had finished pulling off his shirt and as he did he stretched up before he moved closer. He stood in a rock near the edge of the lake, as he bent his knees he dived into the water lunging beneath the water. As she swum beneath the water he then moved back up towards the surface before he broke through the surface. He kicked his legs staying up and then shook his head his hair shifting and shaking the water off.
Figuring he would dive in again he climbed out and pushed up using his muscled arms before he turned and the water dripped down. Over his chest towards his jeans before he looked around. He kept thinking someone was watching him. No, no would dare.
For some reason, Ginny found herself getting bored with flying rather quickly. With nobody around to practice Quidditch with, or race around the pitch, her mind was more focused on what had happened back in the hallway more than she'd wanted it to be. Landing softly on the ground and dismounting her broom, she walked into the changing room and put the broom back, quickly using a spell to fix her hair and clean up her clothes a bit. Adjusting her ripped 'muggle' skinny jeans and t-shirt, she sighed softly and tied her hair off to the side before leaving.
Walking back towards the school, her arms were once again wrapped around her body in a protective-like hug. It was warm out, and she was slightly surprised that there wasn't many people walking around outside. In fact, since she'd left the Quidditch pitch, she'd only passed by two people that had been making out feverishly underneath a tree. Glancing over towards the glistening lake, she raised an eyebrow as she saw someone with white-blonde hair.
Walking closer to see who it was, she gasped softly when she saw that it was Draco, his shirt missing and only his jeans hanging off his thin hips. Biting her lower lip softly, she stayed hidden behind the tree, her eyes watching him carefully though she wasn't entirely sure why.
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Draco started to work on the object that was in front of him. He still did not fully know what it was or what it did. As he finally got frustrated with it he decided he would finish for now. he was warm and decided he wanted a swim, the Black Lake would be the best place, he was pretty sure no one would be out there at this time.
As he left the Room of Requirement he made sure the object was hidden well. As soon as he left he headed down to the Entrance Hall simply wanting to cool down. As he left and walked slowly and leisurely towards the Black Lake he smirked as he reached it. He had been right, no one was there. He slowly pulled off his robes and shirt, he would leave his jeans on. He didn't want to show everything off.
Ginny left the corridor, not really wanting to be around when Draco came back out of the Room of Requirement. Not really paying attention on where she was going, she walked up and down staircases, soon finding herself standing in front of the doors that headed outside. Pushing them open, she made a quick decision to go down to the Quidditch pitch and practice some flying. Now that Harry was gone, she had taken over his spot as Seeker, though she much preferred being a Chaser.
Walking into the changing room, she grabbed one of the spare brooms that was stored there, not bothering to put her Quidditch uniform on as she headed out onto the field, straddling the broom before kicking off into the air. A small smile curved her lips as she looked at the ground below her. Flying always helped her think about things, no matter what they were.
Draco entered the Room of Requirement, he sighed and leant against the doors. What the hell was happening to him, she should not have affected him like that. Never, she was filth and she disgusted him. Although in the back of his mind he figured it would do no harm to have a little fun. Use her and then toss her. He smirked and then moved form the door and headed back to finish what he was doing. He hoped she knew what she would get into the next time she flirted because if she got in too deep he would make sure to ruin her.
Ginny was still laughing slightly as he disappeared back in the direction he'd come from, knowing that he'd gone into the room of requirement. Pressing her back against the wall behind her, she sighed softly as she calmed down completely. That's when the reality of what she'd just done had hit her. She'd practically flirted with Draco Malfoy, and she'd actually touched him. Even though she knew it had really meant nothing, it still made her blush slightly.
"Just give up now, you disgust him. Why are you wasting your time?" she muttered to herself, closing her eyes momentarily.
Draco just shrugged not really taking an interest in whether she cared although it did surprise him. He glared at her before he turned again. This time he would leave.
"Maybe I am, but does it look like I really care?" Ginny asked Draco, pointing to her emotionless face. "No, didn't think so," she said with an annoyed sigh.
Noticing the way Draco's eyes had widened just before sneering at her and slapping her hand away, she laughed loudly as he backed away from her. "Trust me, the feeling's mutual," she said through her laughter. "You should've seen your face though. It was bloody wicked!" she said, taking a few deep breaths as she tried to stop laughing.
Draco once again raised an eyebrow as he looked at her, he had not expected that, not from her. It seemed she loved her brothers whenever they were around. As he looked down at her he then smirked again.
"I don't care if they know or not. They can all go shag eachother for all I care," Ginny said, crossing her arms over her chest. "God knows they probably do anyway," she added, rolling her eyes once more as she stared at Draco. "And I'm not rebelling, there's nothing to be rebelling against," she continued with a shrug of her shoulders.
"Trust me, Draco. You think you know my family, and you just might.. calling them blood traitors and whatnot, but I can tell you one thing that I know for sure. While you think you know me, you have no idea," she said, surprising herself by calling him by his first name instead of some petty insult. Looking up at him as he towered over her, she smirked slightly, staying silent for a few seconds before speaking again.
"You think I'm such a goody-two-shoes, eh? Well, why don't you let me prove you wrong some time?" she asked, uncrossing her arms and running her hand down his chest as she 'pretended' to flirt with him, trying her best to hold back her laughter.
Draco raised an eyebrow a little taken aback by her reply. He shook it off and smirked as he took a step towards her. His smirk was the more amused than cruel. "Rebelling, eh Weasley?" He mocked her as he took another step, "I bet your brother wouldn't like that...or don't they know?" Laughing he then turned to leave.
He paused as soon as he heard her continue, now he was intrigued, he looked at her again. This time the curiosity was clear. "Oh really, you've 'changed', how exactly would a blood traitor like you change. yo call him a goody-two-shoes but you're as bad as Potty." He then neared this time closer looking down at her since he towered over her.
Hearing the cold voice behind her, Ginny had to suppress a shiver and hold back a grin. Turning around, she narrowed her eyes and shrugged her shoulders. "I don't see why you care. But no, I'm not in love with the boy-who-wouldn't-fucking-die anymore," she hissed, rolling her eyes.
"He's too much of a goody-two-shoes for my taste," Ginny told Draco with a small laugh, shaking her head. "And before you say anything, Malfoy.. I'm not the Weasley that you've grown to know and hate. Well, you still obviously hate me, but I've changed over the summer, a lot," she told him simply.
Draco entered the RoR easily after thinking about what he needed. This would be easy as soon as he got it finished, he then looked down a little, he walked over to the old Vanishing cupboard. The use of it last year, it made him shiver, he felt so guilty but it was what was expected of him. He never wanted to remember it, he looked away from the cupboard and then glanced at the door as he heard someone
Walking along the seventh floor corridor, Ginny stopped in front of a window, looking out over the vast grounds of the castle, frowning slightly as she saw a bunch of students running around and having a good time, their laughter drifting upwards so that she could hear it faintly. "Stupid kids, don't they know what's going on in the world around them?" she asked herself out loud, her fist clenching slightly at the thought of what Harry, Ron and Hermione were doing.
Resting her forehead against the cool glass of the window, she sighed, her warm breath fogging it up. "Why is all this happening now? Why can't I just live like a normal sixteen year old with a crush on Harry? No, I just had to go and fall in love with the enemy," she scolded herself, not thinking that anyone else would be in the corridor as well.
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