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Title: Leftover Danger
Author: [personal profile] alisanne
Pairing/Characters: Severus Snape/Harry Potter.
Word Count: 100 x 4
Rating: PG
Challenge: Written for [ profile] adventdrabbles' prompt #28: Christmas leftovers, and as another for this week's [ profile] snarry100/[ profile] snarry100/[community profile] snarry100's prompt # 455: Christmas Dinner. In fact, it's the follow up to An Inspiring Invitation (LJ/IJ/DW) and is best understood if that story is read first.
Warning(s): None
Beta(s): [personal profile] sevfan and [personal profile] emynn.
Disclaimer: The characters contained herein are not mine. No money is being made from this fiction, which is presented for entertainment purposes only.


Leftover Danger


Harry frowned. “But why, Ron?”

“Apparently, Mum feels bad about what happened at Christmas dinner, so she wants you to have these leftovers.”

Harry blinked. “She feels bad? We’re the ones who practically frotted under her mistletoe.”

Ron groaned. “Don’t remind me! I’ve asked Hermione to Obliviate me, but she’s refused.”

Harry grinned. “Sorry,” he lied. He eyed the bundle Ron had placed on their table. “It doesn’t have Hate Potion or anything in it, does it? No offence.”

Ron shrugged. “None taken. Mum can be...odd. And I don’t think so. Have Snape test it.”

Harry nodded. “Good idea.”


“Christmas leftovers?” Severus regarded the package with suspicion. “You haven’t handled it, have you?”

“No, but I’m sure the package is fine. She had Ron bring over, after all.”

Severus snorted. “Potions can be genetically targeted. Things that are harmful to one person can sometimes not affect another.”

“You’re not suggesting that Molly Weasley’s trying to kill us,” said Harry flatly.

“Not us, but our love, perhaps.”

Harry raised an eyebrow. “That’s cold.”

“Mothers often do desperate things on behalf of their unmarried daughters.”

Harry had just opened his mouth to tell Severus he was wrong, when the package exploded.


“--I’d never do anything to hurt you--”

“We know, Molly,” Severus said. “It was an accident. The Shrinking Spell malfunctioned. It happens. Not often, but it does.”

“And we’re fine,” Harry chimed in. He grinned. “Although I think I’ve some Christmas leftovers still in my hair.”

Molly wrung her hands. “I just felt so bad about my reaction when you came for Christmas dinner, I wanted to make it up to you.”

Harry sighed. “And we’re sorry if our relationship disappointed you--”

Molly frowned. “Disappointed? Is that what you think?”

Harry and Severus exchanged looks.

“Maybe,” said Harry.

Molly snorted.


“So you weren’t setting me up with Ginny?”

Molly sighed. “I won’t deny I’d hopes in that direction. But during Christmas dinner, it was obvious how in love you two are.”

Harry blushed. “Yeah?”

“That mistletoe kiss wasn’t subtle,” Molly said dryly.

“Sorry.” Severus smirked.

Molly hummed. “Anyway, I consider you both Weasleys now.”

Severus froze. “Indeed.”

Molly rose. “I’m so pleased we could chat. Oh, and since you both work in the Ministry, keep an eye out for eligible men for Ginny.” She patted their cheeks. “Good boys.”

Once alone, Harry turned to Severus. “Always plotting.”

Severus smirked. “Always.”


Date: 2014-12-30 03:44 am (UTC)
adafrog: (Default)
From: [personal profile] adafrog
Molly hummed. “Anyway, I consider you both Weasleys now.”

Severus froze. “Indeed.”

bwaaaa hahahahahaha
Very good, thanks.

Date: 2014-12-30 04:00 am (UTC)
asecretchord: Venturous (Severus Snape)
From: [personal profile] asecretchord
Quite honestly, I sometimes wonder how Molly avoided being sorted into Slytherin.

Well done!

Date: 2014-12-30 06:11 pm (UTC)
teryarel: (Default)
From: [personal profile] teryarel
I was just starting to fear for our two men... But that fear was unnessecary. :)
Thank you for sharing.

I wish you a happy New Year! Much health, love and inspiration (for mor Snarry) to you!


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