Romeo and Juliet with a Blinny twist


“Hermione!” Ginny yelled as she chased after her friend. Hermione slammed the door in Ginny’s face, so it nearly hit her and Ginny sighed and slammed her balled fists onto the door.

“Hermione let me explain!” Ginny begged.

“You didn’t tell me! Or Pansy! Or Cho! Or Luna! Or any of us!” Hermione yelled back. Ginny then rested her head against the door in regret.

“I didn’t know how to tell you guys. And if Harry or Ron found out they’d get really mad and separate us!” Ginny said back.

“You could have at least told me. I’m your best friend Ginny.” Hermione yelled back close to tears and Ginny found herself getting the same way.

“I know. I know.” She replied nearly whispered and felt her eyes tear up. “But I love Blaise and I want to be happy with him so, can you please forgive me?” Ginny begged and Hermione opened the door to Ginny. Ginny looked at her hopefully and eventually, a sympathetic smile grew on Hermione’s face.

“Alright.” She said and Ginny embraced her in a hug.

“Thank you so much, Hermione!” Ginny thanked as her friend hugged her tightly.

“Where’s Blaise now?” Hermione asked and Ginny pulled away.

“He’s downstairs.” She replied.

“No, he’s not.” The voice of Draco made them both jerk their heads to the staircase that lead downstairs.

“What?” Ginny asked astounded.

“He ran off to find Pansy,” Draco told them and Ginny’s blood went cold. She fell to her knees and started sobbing. Hermione hugged her again.

“Oh, Ginny.” Hermione cooed as she cried. Ginny’s heart had broken. She believed that Blaise had lied to her.

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