Draco Lucius Malfoy is none other than Lucius Malfoy's son. Like father like son, they say is true. But who knows what really lies beneath the hard exterior that is Draco's facade. Harry Potter was the boy who lived in the cupboard. Now he is the boy who lived. Harry and Draco take on friendship, but it quickly blooms into something else. Trusting Harry with his life, Draco has divulged secret information to him about an attack the Voldermort is planning to pull. Worried, Harry takes this information to McGonagall. Staying in Harry's protection for nearly a week, Draco ran away from Harry because of the highly likely suspicion that he could be killed if anyone found out that he blushed out information from death eaters. And also because he wants to protect Harry from that danger. Harry finds Draco, but soon as he does, Draco is up and running again. Two weeks later, he returns. The toughest game of Quidditch between Gryffindor and Slytherin ensues and Draco breaks it to Harry that he has to leave shortly after. This cause an uproar between the relationship of the two and now Harry is alone. Snape and McGonagall devise a plan that ensures Draco's safety with Harry and he can't run away again. Together they train, but what happens when Harry hurls himself in front of Draco to protect him from an oncoming curse. A suspiciously dark curse that was aimed by Voldermort himself. The prophecy says 'One cannot survive without the other'. As the curse hits Harry, something powerful happens. Will it be enough to save him, or will it leave Draco brokenhearted for the rest of his life? Oh what terrible woes. Read more to find out about the drama filled relationship of the two boys named Harry and Draco.