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Princess

By Marina_Gold

Romance / Humor

First Year

James Sirius Potter thinks he’s gods gift to mankind, that he is somehow invincible, untouchable. That’s just not true.

Him and his partner Fred Weasley think they can just get away with their mindless pranks. Well Lina Abbet has had enough of his foolishness. The first year Ravenclaw, whom the fates seem to have aligned and put her and Potter in the same year, can't read her book at breakfast with James Potters incessant yelling.

It seems no matter where she sits he's somehow found a way to be horribly loud. Just now up the table James and Fred have started a fight with some other students, laughing and carrying on while throwing their mashed potatoes at one and other. So Childish.

Normally Lina would have just rolled her eyes and continued reading, but with their screams she can't focus on her book.

Then the unthinkable happens. James Potter's mound of mashed potatoes originally intended for Fred gets knocked off coarse when James is hit in the side of the head by another's potato mound. So instead of hitting Fred the potatoes veer off coarse and splat against the page of Lina's book that she'd been reading.

It's like the entire table has gone quiet, starring between the two. If everyone knows one thing it's that Lina loves her books, they also know that anyone who touches her books is in for beating. Now James Sirius Potter didn't just touch Lina's books, no he single handedly ruined the page she was reading, this is about a thousand times worse. The fact alone causes James to visibly gulp.

Lina's entire vision is tinted red, as she glares across at Potter. If looks could kill James Sirius Potter would already be dead. She gives him the worst hexing of his life landing him in the infirmary for two weeks, and so she is awarded the title of the only girl James Sirius Potter is scared of.

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