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Professor McKitten “Different Worlds” (NC-17)

11 Aug

To be honest, I’m not reccing this story so much for the author’s sheer writing talent, as for its unique plot idea. This is the kind of story that slowly builds a world that draws you in and then keeps you there till the very end. On one hand, Draco Malfoy has spent the last five years in the strict clutches of all-boys Durmstrang Academy. But given the circumstances surrounding Lucius Malfoy’s death, Madame Malfoy takes the iniative to transfer her son to Hogwarts. On the other hand, Harry Potter discovers his true inclinations in a rather traumatizing way. Some parts angst, even more parts fluff. Mild OOCness (I can never really get used to a ‘nice’ Draco), but a pleasant read all the same.

Summary: AU-Draco is sent to Durmstrang for the first five years of his schooling. How ever does he and Harry end up together?

Find it at: TheHexFiles

Excerpt: “Harry, what the fuck?” Ron asked as his friend sucked his bleeding knuckles.
“He said he, he, he” Harry sputtered, staring at Travis and growing visibly angry again. Several girls squealed as he attempted to rise and go after the injured boy again. Ron held him firmly in place.
“What Harry?” Hermione asked gently, trying to calm him down.
Harry did not answer, only continued to stare at Travis as Professor Sprout got him to his feet and led him towards the hospital wing. He looked down at Harry, sitting on the floor between Hermione and Ron as he passed. “I told him I fucked Draco,” he said smugly.
Once again, Harry lunged with a chilling roar. “I’ll fucking kill you!” he yelled after Travis, who was laughing loudly over his shoulder at the murderous Gryffindor.

 

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