Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 8KS/HP crossover
Chapter 8: What will it take for you to surrender?
He woke up because of a sudden coughing attack and when he could finally open his eyes, he saw Hermione's face, a concerned look written clearly over it. Then he realized he was shivering yes, it was chilling cold in the cell they were being held in and Hermione was also trembling.
'Are you alright?' she asked, sitting back on her knees though still staying close. He nodded slightly, closing his eyes and leaning his head against the wall. 'I don't know how long we slept, but I would guess they'll be back soon. Stay strong, the headmaster won't let us stay here for long.' He looked at her mutely. She obviously didn't know that Sebastian-
The door crashed open, making them both jump up into standing positions. This time only two hooded men entered the room and closed the door afterwards.
'Shall we get serious?' the taller man asked, taking out his wand out from his sleeve.
'It's not like we can give y
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 7KS/HP crossover
Chapter 7: Please catch me now, I'm falling
The young master wasn't there when Sebastian returned from the library with all the knowledge he needed, but there was and owl holding onto something, poking the window with her beak. Frowning, he came up to the window and let the owl in. It flew over the desk, dropping the package and he froze when he saw what it was.
The young master's eye patch. Bloodied.
He didn't even see the owl leave, but he remembered to close the window before coming up to the desk and picking up the black object. Yes, it definitely smelled like the young master.
He licked the blood ever so slightly. It was the blood of his young master.
He put the object back on the desk and went about cleaning the room. "Don't come unless I call you" the young master has said.
Soon enough, Harry Potter came charging into the apartment, Ron Weasley on his heels, screaming bloody murder. Sebastian looked at them coldly.
'What have you done with Hermione?
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 6KS/HP crossover
Chapter 6: The dark side has cookies?
Of course Dumbledore was not happy about the new development. When Harry went to talk with him and admitted that Ciel chose Draco over Hermione, Dumbledore scolded him once again for not putting more effort into becoming a friend of Ciel.
'Well, it's not like he was making effort in becoming my friend, professor,' Harry defended himself though he knew it was a lost cause.
'It seems that Miss Granger had much more success,' Dumbledore pointed out. 'So it was not impossible. And now it seems that Mr. Phantomhive is getting along splendidly with Mr. Malfoy '
'Well, they're both Slytherins,' Harry muttered darkly, half hoping that the headmaster wouldn't hear it.
'But what has been done cannot be undone, I dare say,' Dumbledore sighed and Harry felt a stab of guilt the headmaster brought Ciel here especially for him and even Harry knew it wasn't easy. Just to protect him and he, Harry, couldn't insure that the
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 5KS/HP crossover
Chapter 5: Breaking ice
When they came back for the dinner two days later, Sebastian told them they were not welcomed anymore. When this happened for the third time in the row Dumbledore noticed that something was amiss and called Harry to talk with him. He then demanded to talk with Ron and the latter never admitted what he was told. Eventually, they were let into Ciel's apartment for a dinner, as planned, but the Earl didn't say a word to them and the atmosphere was so unbearable that Harry skipped the next meeting on his own will. Despite Hermione's begging he missed another two meetings and that's when Dumbledore stepped in again but Harry only said that one couldn't force on a friendship.
Thinking about all that mess, Hermione sighed. It was almost Christmas and she wondered if they would really spend it in the Phantomhive manor, like Dumbledore suggested they should before all that went to hell. She was now sitting in the library, doing some ho
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 4KS/HP crossover
Chapter 4: Just this stark words I find
'Right, so then in Hogsmeade Phantomhive was being an aristocratic pain in the-'
'Ron!' Hermione interrupted her friend.
'Well, you get my point, professor,' Ron said unphased, looking up at the headmaster. 'He didn't want to go anywhere so I don't even know why he wanted to come to Hogsmeade in the first place. Then George and Fred came and he just decided that he's leaving.'
'Yeah, we tried to stop him, but he said he's had enough,' Harry took over. 'Then Snape-'
'Professor Snape told me to follow him, so I had no choice. We almost left the village and that butler told me to be careful and hold on to my wand. We walked few steps more and suddenly that thing, that butler, just throws himself over Phantomhive and in the same time I get hit with an expelliarmus. They came out of nowhere, five of them. In the beginning they ignored the butler. Somebody sent a cruciatus as me and when they stopped I j
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 3KS/HP crossover
Chapter 3: Hogsmeade
Word spread like fire the Golden Trio was making friends with a Slytherin. And non other than the asocial, thoroughly bizarre Ciel Phantomhive. The latter didn't change at all his behaviour, avoiding any gatherings to the best of his abilities (which were pretty good in that aspect) and not talking unless talked to. Still, some people managed to see him doing his homework with Hermione in the library or on the quidditch pitch with Harry and Ron, even though the younger boy never showed any interest in the game. Everywhere, his butler followed him like a shadow. The Golden Trio, on the other hand, changed their ways considerably. They would often skip meals in the Great Hall in favour of sharing time with their new found friend. Still, they tried to introduce Ciel to their friends, but none left a positive impression. Especially the twins seemed to annoy the cold Slytherin.
Harry stood in front of professor McGonagall, staring at
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 2KS/HP crossover
Chapter 2: Let's just pretend that nothing's broken
Mindful of headmaster's request, Harry greeted Ciel enthusiastically when he saw the boy enter the Great Hall. Much to his surprise, the other acknowledged him with a polite nod.
People stared. Harry Potter was greeting a Slytherin. And that one particular Slytherin that was always accompanied by a butler, that one that wore an uniform different than the rest.
'What's up Harry?' Seamus asked, obviously referring to Harry's greeting from few moments ago. Harry shrugged. He had prepared, with the help of Hermione and Ron, a hopefully convincing story.
'Nothing much, why?'
'You're greeting a Slytherin?'
'Ah that one, yeah He seems so friendless, I just wanted to get to know him.'
'A Slytherin can't be good, Harry ' Seamus commented. Hermione looked at him, fire in her eyes.
'Seamus! Didn't the headmaster tell us many times that we should make friends regardless of the houses? We should unite in th
Let's leave unsaid. Ch: 1KS/HP crossover
Chapter 1: The beginnings are always difficult
They were keeping him away from all decisions and meetings and he could understand that he's too young, but that evening it became too much. That evening he was sitting with Hermione and Ron in the kitchen, eating the dinner quickly because the meeting was going to start soon, when the door to the kitchen opened.
A tall and slim figure, clad in a black tailcoat opened the door and stepped aside to let a young, maybe twelve years old boy in dark green Victorian clothing enter the kitchen. Harry blinked at him in confusion before finally placing the person Ciel Phantomhive, supposed to start his second year at Hogwarts now. What was such a kid doing in the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix?!
'Welcome, Earl Phantomhive,' Ron's mother said politely. The boy acknowledged her with a small nod. 'Would you like to join us for dinner?'
'Thank you Mrs. Weasley, but I only came for the meeting,' he replied
Let's leave unsaid. PrologueKS/HP crossover
Harry, Hermione and Ron didn't expect the things that would happen that year in Hogwarts. They were currently sitting at their table, gossiping, when McGonagall came in with the current first-years for sorting. While Ron laughed at how young they looked, Hermione couldn't help noticing that one of the kids was dressed in weird clothes. If she had to guess, she'd have said Victorian, but she didn't really want to bet her head on that she was never big on fashion. What she could bet on was that she was one of the very few students who listened to the Sorting Hat's song. At least at the Gryffindor table she knew that the Ravenclaws always discussed the song the following week.
'I hope they hurry,' Ron groaned as the first girl's name, Isobel Arangel, was called out and a small, blond haired beauty stepped forward. The Hat didn't hesitate to put her in Slytherin and Hermione could hear the disappointment of some second years fro