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We Belong Together || Draco Malfoy X Reader

1| Annoying Mini Malfoy


I got my Hogwarts letter three days ago. Most people would be excited about it, but to tell you this, I was certainly not. And no, I was not a muggle. I was born in a very prestigious pure-blood family.

My dad worked in the ministry of magic, what a boring job. And my beloved mother acted like she was a stay-at-home wife when she never actually lived in the manor. She was always out to buy God-knows-what, not like I cared. At least I got a huge manor to call home here and enough love from my parents.

My parents’ friends always said that I think way more mature than I should be. Well, couldn’t deny that when the only thing I could do at home was reading books. I’ll take that as a compliment though.

Tomorrow would be the day I would be leaving the manor, just to be sent to another crappy place called Hogwarts, a school for people who wished to be some famous wizards or witches. For some reason, my mom had volunteered to take me to buy the things listed in the letter. She liked shopping, so I thought that’s why.

My mom told me that Diagon Alley was the place to get all the things listed, so we went there. The place was so crowded, there were too many people and I hated it instantly.

Fortunately, my mom met her friend which meant I could finally stop pretending to be excited about all of this. I told her that I would go to buy my wand on my own and she could buy the other things on the list because I knew how much she loved shopping and I was giving her a chance to do that. A win-win solution, smart me.

“Well okay, meet me here after you’ve got your wand,” she said with a warm smile.

“Why don’t you go with my son? He’s going to get his wand too,” said my mom’s friend who has long sleeky blond hair. How expensive would that cost to be taken care of?

“Ah, there he is. Draco can you accompany Y/N to Ollivanders?”

“Sure father,” and there came a mini version of this guy but with shorter hair and for God’s sake, how much gel was he intending to use on his hair?

I left my mom and her friend without saying goodbye. This hair gel boy kept staring at me as if he had never seen a girl before.

“What?” I said giving him a glare.

“Nothing,” he replied and we kept walking until we arrived at the so-called wandmaker shop, Ollivanders.

“Ladies first,” he said opening the door for me.

“Ah right, tryna be a gentleman,” I mumbled walking through the door.

What kind of shop owner who had not even one shopkeeper to stand by the shop? The hair gel boy started wandering around like he knew what he was doing.

“Anyone here?” I yelled which made the hair gel boy turned to look at me.

“What? Why is no one here? Did you bring me to the wrong place?”

“Of course not, it’s the right place. I believe he’ll be here in just a second,” he answered.

“Why are you so mad about it?” He asked.

“I’m not mad. Why do you think I’m mad?” I argued.

“Oh now you are,” he chuckled.

I was gonna say something when the shop owner finally showed up. The hair gel boy had some luck with him today. The shop owner then began to look around to find us the perfect wands.

The gel boy got his wand first. He sent me a sly smirk while holding his wand as though he could actually do magic with it. Then the shop owner gave me a wand and I flicked it causing some damage to a table near where the hair gel boy stood. Oh, how I wished it hit him instead.

Finding me my very own wand turned out to be a pretty big deal. After several wands being flicked and half the shop being burned, I finally met my wand. I paid for the wand and left the shop with the hair gel boy to go meet my mom and his father.

“I’ll discuss it with Thomas later, now Y/N say goodbye to Mr Malfoy,” my mom spoke. Ugh, I hate interacting with strangers.

“Bye Mr Malfoy,” I faked a smile.

After they left I followed my mom to go home, or so I thought. She brought me to a pet shop instead, telling me that I could bring a rat, toad, cat or an owl to keep at school.

“Do I have to?” I groaned.

“Isn’t it better to have one?” She smiled.

I wandered around the shop and find a cute little owl that caught my eyes. I told my mom I wanted it and she paid the owl. And finally, I could go home. Home sweet home, where I didn’t have to interact with people other than my family.


To my surprise, my dad could make it to send me off. He was usually quite busy with his job in the ministry of magic. He helped me move my trunks to the train. My mom, on the other hand, was crying? Not as I expected.

I looked at people’s faces around. I pitied myself that I had to live with those people for the next 7 years of my life.

My mom was currently hugging me and dad had a sad look plastered on his face. I knew I was going to live away from them for 7 years, but I supposed they forgot that I would be able to go home on school holidays.

“You know that we love you so much, right?” my mom said lovingly.

“Uh-huh,” I replied.

“I know we didn’t get to spend enough time together as a family, but please write to us at least once a month,” my dad said after hugging me.

In this very moment, I realised that my parents really loved me that much. I was their only daughter after all. I hugged my parents tightly because I didn’t know if this kind of moment would ever happen again.

“Oh what a surprise to find you here, Thomas,” someone said behind me. I turned around and saw big Malfoy with mini Malfoy and a woman which I assumed to be the wife. Mini Malfoy was giving me his sly smile again and I just stared at him blankly.

“Oh, Lucius,” my dad smiled.

“We’ll need to talk about what you told my wife in Diagon Alley someday,” my dad added.

“Does tomorrow sounds good to you?” Big Malfoy asked.

“Isn’t it too soon? Why the rush haha?” My mom faked a laugh while holding my shoulder.

“Isn’t the sooner the better, Victoria? Oh and look at her,” Mrs Malfoy said smiling to my mom then to me.

“What a pretty little angel. Please be friends with Draco,” she said touching my cheek. Ugh, I hated this situation but I had to act nice in front of my parents’ friends.

“Thank you, Mrs Malfoy,” I smiled to her and get a shocked reaction from mini Malfoy.

“Didn’t know you could smile,” he blurted. How I wanted to punch this boy so bad.

I let out a small laugh which eventually brought everyone to laugh except him. I glared at him between the laughter.


Couldn’t believe myself I was currently sitting across mini Malfoy with some other strangers in a train compartment. If it wasn’t for our parents begging me to sit with him.

He stared at me again. The same stare I got while we were walking to the wand shop. Why was he doing that?

“You wanna keep staring or what?” I snapped.

“I’m not staring at you,” he denied.

“Alright liar,” I mumbled.

“Hey Y/N, I think we’ve never had a proper introduction,” he said.

“I’m Malfoy, Draco Malfoy,” he extended his hand to me which I ignored.

“Uh-huh,” I replied lazily.

He waved his hand in front of my face trying to get my attention. I swore if there was no one around us, I would have given him a punch for annoying me.

“Now what? You want me to do a little handshake with you?” I groaned.

“Yes and you haven’t told me your name yet,” he said keep extending his hand to me. Ridiculous, acting like he didn’t know my name when clearly just called me by my name earlier. Maybe just this time I would respond only to satisfy him then I could go to sleep.

“Fine, I’m Y/N Richards,” I said shaking his hand.

“Now don’t bother me again, I’m trying to have a peaceful ride,” I said looking at the scenery.

“Alright,” he said. I could see him smiling like an idiot from the corner of my eye. What a weirdo.

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