Chapter 1 : I'm going to break her
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Summary: Draco decides to seduce Hermione. Will he succeed, or will he be the one who is seduced?
Author's Note: I know that this story is going to be OOC and not very original but that’s pretty much the point. If you don’t like it, then don’t read it. Please don’t send me reviews saying how OOC it is and how it is totally overplayed…I already know that. :) Now, I put two story ideas I had together and this is the finished product. I hope you like it.
Hermione Granger stood in the doorway and looked around at her room. Being the Head Girl for her seventh and final year at Hogwarts, she had a huge bedroom all to herself. The walls were white and the carpet was a deep red. Her king size four-poster bed had gold silk sheets and a quilt the same color as her carpet. A dark mahogany desk and chair sat to the right of her bed and a dresser in the same color was to the left. To the far right was a huge walk-in closet and directly across from her bed was a couch. In the far corner of the room stood a full-length mirror and Hermione went over and studied herself.
Hermione had spent the summer with her cousin who lived in Florida. After about two weeks of putting up with all the stares and comments about her bushy, unmanageable hair, Hermione got fed up and let her cousin take her to a salon. When all was said and done, Hermione had straight, shiny brown hair with very subtle red highlights and it fell about two inches past her shoulder blades. Hermione would have been perfectly content to sleep until noon but her cousin had her up at the crack of dawn for an early run on Miami Beach every morning. When she wasn’t at the mall spending every cent she had, she was on the beach with her cousin and her cousin’s friends swimming and playing volleyball. Spending so much time in the sun had paid off and her skin had a healthy glowing tan, instead of the pasty look she had had for so many years. Hermione had spent most of her life with her nose in books and it really was great being to actually be a girl if only for a few months. Although she got many compliments from people, and turned quite a few heads, she didn’t see any difference. To her, she was the same old Hermione Granger, and a bookworm to boot.
Hermione glared at her reflection and began to unpack her things. Ten minutes later, she heard a door shut outside her room and guessed that it was the new Head Boy. She had no idea who it was, so she decided to take a peek. She opened the door and descended her staircase to see who it was. Draco Malfoy, Blaise Zabini and Pansy Parkinson were standing next to the fireplace inspecting the common room. The common room was twice the size of Hermione’s bedroom and was decorated in red and silver for both Gryffindor and Slytherin. To the left of the front entrance was a fireplace with a large red couch and coffee table directly across from the fireplace. There was a huge area rug in dark green and red under the couch and coffee table. To the right of the front entrance was a large bookcase jam-packed with books and an overstuffed chair that matched the couch next to the bookcase. Behind the couch was a Wizard’s Chessboard. To the left of the room there was a staircase than led to the Head Boy’s bedroom and on the right was the staircase that led to the Head Girl’s bedroom. In between the staircases was a door that led to the bathroom. Between the couch and the bathroom door, there was a large dining room table for meals when either the Head Boy or Girl, or both decided to eat here rather than in the Great Hall. The three Slytherins turned to see who had joined them and Pansy glared at the Head Girl.
“Bloody Hell.” Hermione swore.
“I should have known.” Draco Malfoy sneered at her.
Hermione glared at Draco and Blaise and ignored Pansy all together, “So, which one of you is it? Not like I want to share a common room with either ONE of you.”
Draco stepped forward, “That would be me.”
“Figures.” Hermione groaned.
Draco sneered at her, “I’m not too happy about it either Mudblood.”
Hermione had gotten so used to him calling her a Mudblood, she just rolled her eyes, “That doesn’t work on me anymore Malfoy. This is my last year at Hogwarts and NO one is going to ruin it for me, especially not an arrogant little git like you.”
“I can’t believe she is the Head Girl.” Pansy said to Draco looking at Hermione disgustedly.
“Tell me about it. It doesn’t surprise me though; all that sucking up was bound to pay off eventually.” Draco said.
Blaise and Pansy snickered and Hermione glared at him, “I’m the Head Girl because I worked for it which is more than I can say for you.”
“What’s that supposed to mean?” Pansy barked.
“My father didn’t have to buy my way in to this honor. That’s what it means.” Hermione sneered at Pansy.
“Why you little mud-“ Pansy started before Hermione cut her off.
“Mind who you talk to like that Parkinson. I have the authority to take points away from you and your house.” Hermione cut her eyes to Draco, “Do you always let her speak for you Malfoy?”
“How dare you speak to him like that!” Pansy shrieked.
“Shut up Pansy!” Draco growled.
Hermione chuckled, “You show her Malfoy.”
Draco stormed over to Hermione and grabbed her arm, jerking her forward so she could feel his hot breath on her face, “You had better be more respectful to your superiors Granger!”
Hermione glared daggers at him, “I’ll remember that next time I see them!”
She yanked her arm out of his viselike grip and pushed past him and stalked out of the room.
Blaise watched Hermione leave with an amused expression on his face, “That girl has got a backbone; talking to you like that.”
Draco looked at him, “And if she’s not careful, I’m going to rip it right out of her.”
“Can I watch?” Pansy asked with a growl. “I have to go meet some friends. I’ll see you at dinner.” She gave Draco a quick kiss and sashayed out of the room.
Blaise looked at Draco, “Did you get a good look at Granger? Such a shame to waste a body like that on a Mudblood.”
“Yes, but something will have to be done about her attitude.” Draco added.
Blaise smirked at Draco, “What did you have in mind?”
Draco thought for a second.
“She definitely has…improved…physically over the summer, and that gives me an idea.” he smiled.
Blaise looked intrigued, “Do tell.”
“It’s our first day back and already I’m bored. I think we need a little something to spice things up.” Draco smirked.
“Let me guess, you get to have all the fun and I just get to watch…” Blaise said.
Draco just looked at him, “Continue.” Blaise said.
“I think it’s about time that someone put that know-it-all mudblood in her place.”
“And that someone would be you?”
“And how are you going to do that?”
“I’m going to break her. Since the day we came to Hogwarts she has despised me with every ounce of her being, and I likewise. What do you think would happen if she were to fall for her worst enemy?”
“You just said that she despises you…why would she fall for you?”
“Have you ever seen a girl turn me down?”
“Touché…but this Hermione Granger we are talking about. She isn’t like all the other girls. Why her anyway?”
“I’m sick and bloody tired of her holier-than-thou attitude that she’s had for the past six years. Now it’s time to knock her off her high horse. Plus…I’m bored.” Draco smirked.
“You’re going to ruin Granger’s life because you are bored?” Blaise asked.
“Yes.” Draco stated simply.
Blaise grinned and stuck out his hand and the boys shook, “Well then, Good luck!”
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