One year after being accidentally bonded to each other, Harry and Draco are free to move on with their lives. But perhaps, what they needed was here all along.
Bookmarked by katrinabadina
10 Oct 2017
Harry Potter was one of the youngest Aurors in history. He was the Boy Who Lived, and the Boy Who Lived Again. He loved Guinness and Quidditch, and hated pineapple. He wrote letters to Hagrid every Thursday, and on Sundays, he visited Hermione and Ron. Harry Potter was also not gay.
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
27 Dec 2016
With Draco Malfoy as his assigned partner for the next six weeks of Auror training, Harry had been prepared for things to go poorly. But getting themselves accidentally bonded to each other in the first twenty minutes of their very first assignment seemed going above and beyond, even for them.
Harry and Draco have never thought they would become friends after the war, but they are proven wrong when a project in one of their Eight Year classes requires them to work together. Their newfound friendship can only evolve when, after visiting his father in Azkaban, Draco tries to teach himself the Patronus Charm, and Harry offers to help him.
Harry had been teaching at Hogwarts for seven years now and things had been proceeding at a fairly steady pace. His students adored him, he got along with his fellow professors, and he and Neville were great friends. But it was a bit… dull. The same curriculum every year. The same students, over and over. He needed something new, something to refresh the daily cycle.
Draco had just finished his work in France as Hogwarts’ French ambassador at Beauxbatons. He was headed back to… face old demons, so-to-speak. And new ones, he supposed. As well as being potions teacher, his job would be the language teacher, a new position.
When Draco returned to Hogwarts, it was as if everything had shifted.
- Part 2 of Changes