Part One is Purely Platonic
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The healer let out a heavy sigh; a sound that no patient ever wanted to hear.
‘Bachelor’s Blight,’ he said sadly. ‘There’s no doubt about it.’ He glanced up at Harry’s face. ‘You are single, I assume?’
‘Uh - Yes,’ Harry stuttered, ‘but wh - what does that have to do with it?’
‘The curse only affects people who are un-married. Usually men. Hence the name.’
He reached for the flower cutting, peeling back the parchment that Harry had wrapped it in, and brushed his fingers over the petals.
‘It’s enchanted so that you’ll want to pick it up and touch it and the curse falls on your hands, making them grow weaker and weaker. In some cases it can spread up the arms and even to the chest, paralysing half the body.’
Cursed by something sweet, beautiful and entirely innocent. When Harry plucks a mysterious blue flower from his garden it stains his hands an inky blue. He’s fallen prey to Fidelium Familius, a flower that targets single men, and the only way to break its curse is to marry someone who truly loves him.
Unfortunately this is no easy task. There are very few people left who are free and unattached, and no one who loves him. Except, perhaps, his old headmaster.