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Forever and Always (Severus Snape Love Story)

Forever and Always (Severus Snape Love Story)

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Kay Weasley By TheChainHP Updated Mar 04, 2013

My heart stopped. Fiery electricity shot through my body. Why was my professor kissing me? More importantly, why was I kissing back? I brought my hands up to his neck.I wrapped my arms around his neck and felt a million emotions run through me.  His arms wrapped around my waist and pulled me closer. I kissed him harder. I squeezed my eyes shut and lost myself in his arms. He pulled away for breath.
“You don’t know how long I’ve wanted to do that,” he whispered more to himself than to me. He quickly pulled away from me.I stumbled backwards. I grabbed one of the shelves and steadied myself.  Snape cleared his throat and looked at me.
“Isabella, I am so sorry,” Snape says pulling a hand through his hair.
“Don’t be… Just do it again,” I say confidently as I take charge and kiss him. After our second kiss I was backed against the wall. Snape leaned down.
“Do you know what this means?” I ask in a whisper, “It means you are mine and I am yours. Forever and always.”

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loki_of_slytherin loki_of_slytherin Apr 29, 2016
What everyone thought/thinks in school when you get yelled at for not listening to the teacher.
nuggethell nuggethell Jan 31
Bitch thats around a hundred pages i have to read + writing an essay + 20 pages take about 20 min ,20 pages = 1 chapter
11lokilove 11lokilove Nov 27, 2016
You, my friend are in the wrong fandom. Bella has to go back to twilight and Watson has to go back to Sherlock.😆
MistressoftheMoon MistressoftheMoon Nov 23, 2016
Wow. You're spot on describing me, cept I have curly blonde hair...
DarkGhostFire DarkGhostFire Dec 31, 2016
Its genetically impossible to have different color eyes than BOTH of your parent unless your albino
                              So if you have different color eyes than both of your parents 98% of the time your adopted