| ||Rating: 12+||Story Reviews: 5|
Characters: Harry, Ron, Hermione, Neville, Luna, Draco, Ginny
Genre(s): General, Romance, Angst
Pairings: Ginny/Dean, Harry/Ginny, Ron/Hermione, Ron/Lavender, Draco/Luna
Status: Work In Progress|
First Published: 2011.06.04
Last Published Chapter: 2012.08.12
Last Updated: 2012.08.12
Favorite Story Of: 6 users
| ||Advisory: Mild Language, Scenes of a Mild Sexual Nature|
|Summer is approaching, and with it, the hopefulness of having a good time. Slughorn is up again with the festivities; this time, he's gone over the top with a ball for all fifth years and above. Everyone wants a date of course--- but does everyone like their partner? Harry is struggling to admit his feelings while Hermione is desperate for a person to impress Ron and Draco finds himself with a surprising date. Will their evening be like taking a sip of Euphoria in the night or fizzle in the summer heat? |
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|1||The Beginning of A Spell
Slughorn's Summer Spell Ball is approaching and (nearly) everyone is excited. Harry and Ron find trouble when it comes to their partners. Luna (literally) bumps into Draco in a deserted corridor and Hermione seeks a partner that isn't Ron or Cormac.
|2||Shopping to Enchant
The ball is underway and, like any witch or wizard attending, it's best to be prepared. Ginny, Hermione, and Luna head out to Hogsmeade to search for the perfect dress.
|3||Charming Our Dates
With the ball just around the corner, everyone is scrambling to find their dates. Draco ends up with an unexpected partner while Harry agrees to go with his previous date while wishing for another. Hermione finally gathers up her courage to ask the one boy who will surely surprise Ron.
|4||The Spell Works its Magic
It's the day of the ball and the excitement is clear among the students. Wonders and doubts fill the minds of some while a little scuffle of hexes goes on in the entrance hall. Why, because of Draco of course!
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