Marauder Unexpected Romance - Chapter 2Marauder Unexpected Romance - Chapter 2 by AstaLaAlchemist
(Sirius Black X Reader)
Dinner was especially lively tonight than any other night. Mostly, the girls were talking about that stupid ball that was in less than three weeks away. The guys, however, were talking about how nervous they were to ask the girl they wanted; giving dirty looks to different guys around the tables. Whatever. Padfoot and I were just going through our daily routine of counting how many students we could prank in a single hour. He counted a few names off the list and looked to me. I was just going through my plate of steak and biscuits quickly; every once in a while I looked toward the door of the Great hall, where all the students who were just recently in their dorms were now flooding into the great hall. James stopped his counting and looked with me.
"Padfoot? What are you looking for?" James said
"Wha-? O-Oh...Nothing, Prongs..." I sighed, shoving my head back into the folds of my shirt
"Oh yeah, I haven't seen (y/n) or Evans come down for di
Marauder Unexpected Romance - Chapter 1Marauder Unexpected Romance - Chapter 1 by AstaLaAlchemist
(Sirius Black x Reader)
You were in your third year at Hogwarts, school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Your grades were at least above average which made you the teachers favorite in almost all your classes. Unfortunately, that also made you the target of bullying and teasing. People would often call you ugly and a 'teachers pet'. You tried your best to ignore them and just be on your way, however--though they only stopped for a short amount of time-- you were introduced to a different sort of problem. One very handsome, very annoying, very persuasive and mildly cunning wizard.
"No." you said firmly, turning and visibly walking away from your pursuer
A tall ravenette shuffled quickly behind you, making you walk even faster with your head up.
"Come on, (y/n)! It'll be fun!" Sirius tried to grab your shoulder "I promise this isn't a joke, love. Besides, why would I ever joke around with a pretty girl like you?" he took a strand of your hair and kissed it.
You didn't know what came over you,
Thin Ice"Sirius, please come back here."Thin Ice by StarryHunter
"Yeah, c'mon, Pads. This is a really bad idea."
Sirius let a smirk form as he turned to peer over his shoulder at his friends. All three were huddled together, watching him with a mix of worry, apprehension and awe. He chuckled, turning to face them fully as he folded his arms over his chest.
"You were the one that suggested it, Prongs."
"Yes, well... I guess I didn't think you were daft enough to try it. Come back." James was frowning, looking much more serious than was normal for him. That in itself should have made Sirius walk back to where his friends stood, but--
"I'm already committed, Mate." He shrugged, then bounced where he was standing. "Besides. It's solid enough!"
Remus winced. "For now, yeah." He shook his head. "No. I'm asking you, as a friend, to come back here. But I'm telling you, as a Prefect, that if you don't, I'll take further measures."
That even caused James to look at the werewolf with a surprised sort of look. Remus glanced at a
The Unexpected GiftIt wasn't exactly uncommon for him to remain at Hogwarts for Christmas. Since starting, since being sorted into Gryffindor and becoming the sore disappointment of his family that he was, he spent nearly every Christmas at the castle. Occasionally, James remained with him, one year Remus had. Peter had tried, but had been convinced to go home by his parents every time.The Unexpected Gift by StarryHunter
He'd had the offer to go home with James this year. It was, after all, his home now. And, much as he felt more at home there than he ever did at Grimmauld Place, he declined. There had been little to no time to sit and be alone with his thoughts since leaving his family, his entire life, behind. He knew it was a miserable reason, and that, perhaps, James expected this was the case. But he wanted to be alone for Christmas. Alone and somewhere he knew, above all else, that he was safe.
The Great Hall had been, as usual, decorated for the holiday. Twelve trees lined the room, all shining with twinkling fairy lights. Red, gre
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