A Week in the Life Series by AnneM
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These stories follows Hermione Granger and Draco Malfoy through four different, but crucial weeks in their life together.
In week one, (A Week in the Life) they reconnect after many years of being merely acquaintances. Can one week make a real difference in their lives? Is it enough time to fall in love? For Hermione Granger that first week was the most important week of her life. She went from feeling sad and small, and viewing her whole world as grey, to falling in love.
The second week, (Another Week in the Life) occurs months later, and follows the pair as they plan their wedding. While Draco is happy and willing to plan the entire thing, Hermione is reluctant and guarded. Why does she have a funny feeling that there is another reason why he wants to marry her, besides being in love.
Week three (A Third Week in the Life) is the most important week of all. Taking place many months later, she finds she is with child. Is this happy news, or is there 9 months of pain and agony awaiting them. They'll have to live through it to find out.
The fourth week (A Fourth and a Final Week in the Life) is the final week in the series. Each chapter covers one day, in one month, of one year, starting with the first year their daughter is in school, and ending the year their daughter marries. The ups and downs of their journey of life in this last installment will test not only Draco and Hermione's love, but the strength of their marriage.
The characters and canon situations in the following story belong solely to JK Rowling. I am not making any money from the publishing or writing of this story.
She once thought her life was so gray, but then he came back into it, and showed her in one week that her life could have colour again, and that they were meant to be together for a lifetime. (Reposting of my first fanfiction story.)
This was the first fanfiction story I wrote. It's part drama, comedy & romance. First published: 7/24/2007. It's the first story in a four part series. Thanks!
Updated: Dec 09, 2013; Published: Jun 30, 2012
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