Have you ever wondered what life at Hogwarts was really like for Tom Riddle, known by his darker moniker, Voldemort? Did he ever undergo awkward stages during adolescence, encounter struggles with juggling his loads of homework while simultaneously plotting his immortality and reign as the world's most powerful dark wizard, and do other things that normal teenage boys did? Here's a thought: What if the boy who was incapable of love actually found something close to it while he was at Hogwarts? Corinne Carrow, a shy Slytherin witch with a famous family lineage, was certainly not your typical cunning, mischievous Slytherin. She was the black sheep of her very reputable, Pureblood family. Through her years at Hogwarts, Corinne never had any close friends. That is, until she reached her 6th year, when fate made her befriend the notorious and oh so handsome Tom Riddle...again. A complete opposite of Corinne, Tom was an ever so curious, brooding teen who always seemed to be up to no good. Though for some strange reason, Corinne found herself quite intrigued by the boy. While everyone else viewed Tom Riddle as a dangerous, disturbed boy and felt the need to avoid him at all times, Corinne saw straight through his dark ways. You may think you know the tragic story of the troubled orphan boy who would potentially become the world's most evil and omnipotent dark wizard. But what you don't know is that he had one particular acquaintance that he might have even loved, to his own dismay. So if Tom Riddle beat the impossible and fell in love, what made him not change his ways for Corinne, instead taking the dark route in life and eventually becoming Lord Voldemort? This is the alternate story of Tom Riddle, with a romantic twist.