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Lazuli - Harry Potter Fan Fiction (Draco Malfoy)

Lazuli - Harry Potter Fan Fiction (Draco Malfoy)

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BarneysCrew By BarneysCrew Completed

When Juliet Weasley tells people who her parents are, they can hardly believe their ears. All of the Weasley's have red hair, freckles, and belong to Gryffindor House, right?  

Wrong. 

When Juliet was sorted into Slytherin in her first year at Hogwarts, her parents practically disowned her, her twin brother Ron and the rest of her siblings refused to acknowledge her presence when in public. Because of this, Juliet swore that she would succeed in everything she did and prove her worth to them.  

5 years on, Juliet is the top of her class and adored by her Slytherin classmates. Seeker on the Slytherin Quidditch Team and protégée of Severus Snape, it appears that Slytherin House has found a new star. However when handsome yet notorious bad boy Draco Malfoy comes into the picture, Juliet can't help but fall for him. 

With the guilt of her secret relationship and the secret that she's keeping from Draco and the rest of Slytherin - her membership in Dumbledore's Army, - Juliet's dancing on thin ice, and with the smallest crack, her world could come tumbling down.

What's wrong with Slytherin? They're nice. #slytherinpride 
                                                           From, a girl in Ravenclaw.
When I first read this I never knew who Crystal Reed was, but now I do, and I can never forget, because she is ALLISON ARGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SarsWeasley SarsWeasley Apr 04
disowned by Molly and Arthur???? right im so done with this already
SarsWeasley SarsWeasley Apr 04
"she's smart, popular, pretty and athletic" this is literally a description of Ginny Weasley but sure #triggered
Ok, in what world would Arthur and Molly Weasley disown their own flesh and blood?!?
Are you saying the Weasleys aren't smart, popular, good-looking, or athletic? Also, sensing a bit of a Mary Sue...