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Granger Family Reunion

By WildcatBrie1928

Romance / Humor

Is that Hermione?

Chapter 1

Hermione's POV

"Mya! You have mail!"

I hurried to my fiancé and went to get my mail.

"Thanks hun," I told him.

Let me see, junk, junk, work, taxes…And what is this? A letter that smelled like perfume? It must be the invite to the Granger family reunion. Great! That means I have to see my darling cousins Annabelle, Anastasia, Loretta, Oliver AND Alexander. But then, I will also see Marcus, Amber, Charlotte and Carl.

I opened the letter and read it:

Dearest Hermione,

Hello dearie, I haven't seen you since you went to your boarding school! My darling daughter Loretta dear went to the well known school for talented girls and also won the beauty pageant. I couldn't be more prouder! She also has loads of admirers. Well Hermione, I sent this letter to inform you that the annual Granger Family reunion is here again. It's held at the 9 3/4 Hotel next Saturday and Sunday. There is a gala held at the hotel so please remember to bring something appropriate to wear then. Also, bring your male companion if you have one. I hope to see you there! Ta-ta!

Love,

Aunt Tiara

I laughed and snorted loudly.

"What so funny, love?" my fiancé asked.

I handed the letter to him and he started to read it. When he finished, he smirked.

"Hey babe, let's surprise them shall we," the blonde suggested.

"Oh, we shall."

"And by the way, who on Earth names their child Tiara?"

I giggled.

"I know right?"


"Mother? Is Hermione not coming this year?" Loretta asked Tiara with fake sweetness.

"Yes dear, she is coming."

Loretta sighed. She went back to the lobby where the snobby cousins were. The twins, Annabelle and Anastasia, Oliver and Alexander were waiting for the news quite impatiently. When they saw Loretta, they looked at her while she rolled her eyes.

"She's coming."

They all groaned.

"Little Hermy is going to bring her books for sure, that geeky bookworm," Oliver sneered.

"I bet that her bushy nest which she calls hair will be bushier than ever!" Alexander exclaimed.

"That bucktooth beaver! She has no fashion sense!" Anastasia commented.

"Totally bossy. All she does is read, read, and read. I can't even find her boarding school on Google," said Annabelle.

"She'll be crying her eyes out all day," laughed Loretta.

They all snickered. But little did they know, Hermione had changed during the years. She was no longer the bookworm they knew; she was now a beautiful woman. Her cousins are in for a surprise!

"Girls! Boys! Aunt Jean and Uncle Richard are here!" Aunt Tiara shouted.

Loretta along with the others went to the front door and greeted their Aunt and Uncle.

"Hi Auntie Jean! Hi Uncle Richard!" they greeted with fake enthusiasm.

Hermione's parents saw right through there fakeness, and greeted them with the same tone.

"Hello dears," they replied.

"Auntie? Where's Hermione?" Loretta asked.

Too cowardly to face us? She thought.

"Oh, she'll be here in a f-There she is!" said Hermione's mother.

A white 2016 Mazda Miata zoomed into the parking lot and parked at the reserved parking spot. A woman wearing a leather jacket, short jeans with brown boots stepped out. Loretta and the others' eyes widened. That beautiful woman was none other than the one and only Hermione Jean Grager !


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