“Why...why would he go and find Pansy?” A sobbing Ginny asked. She and Hermione were sat one of the fine couches in front of burning fire. Hermione rubbed her back soothing her.
“I don’t know Gin, Pansy hasn’t been acting off or being secretive so we weren’t to know,” Hermione started referring to herself and her friends. Ginny cried more.
“I honestly believed he loved me.” Ginny sputtered and cried on Hermione’s shoulder. Draco was also there with them, however. He was resting in a chair next to the couch with a puzzled look on his pale and handsome face.
“I couldn’t believe that he went to find Pansy either.” He said out loud and the two Gryffindors looked at him.
“What do you mean?” Hermione asked him as he looked up into her warm caramel brown eyes.
“I thought they were just good friends,” Draco said with a tone of slight disbelief. Ginny snorted and sniffed.
“Too good friends.” She snarled and Hermione rubbed her shoulder.
“Forget him, Ginny, there are other guys here at Hogwarts,” Hermione said trying to lighten the mood but Ginny shook her head.
“I love him, Hermione. I can’t forget him on my own.” Ginny said seriously and got up wiping her eyes on the back of her hands. “But I can try with help from Harry,” Ginny said and Hermione’s eyes went wide.
“What are you saying?” Hermione asked and stood up looking at her ginger friend shocked.
“The only way I can forget about Blaise is if I marry Harry,” Ginny said and sighed.
“But I don’t want to!” She yelled and sat back down on the couch roughly and held her head in her hands.
“You don’t have to marry anyone,” an Italian voice filled the room and the Slytherin and two Gryffindors turned to look at the door to see Blaise and Pansy at the door. Blaise looked at Pansy nervously who was nodding encouragingly and tapped him on the shoulder.
“Go on, she’ll say yes,” Pansy whispered and he took a step forward towards Ginny.