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This is it: the last of the Dravilles, for now at any rate. Hope you've enjoyed them!

Title: Kew Gardens, the Untold Story, part 6/6. The Home Series.
Author: [livejournal.com profile] drachenmina
Word Count: 100 x 4
Rating: G
Snarry100 Challenge:#76 Home
Characters: Draco Malfoy/Neville Longbottom
For [livejournal.com profile] gin_tonic : thank you for the inspiration!


Augusta Longbottom was thoughtful. She’d been outraged when her dear friend Waltraute, under the guise of seeking a Doxycide recipe, had flooed to tell her she’d seen Neville fraternising with the Malfoy ne’er-do-well in some dreadful Muggle eatery.

Augusta had long made her peace with the fact that Neville was, as it was known in her day, a confirmed bachelor. Which gave her full entitlement to an opinion upon his choice of companion.

Young Malfoy had turned that opinion on its head. He’d been polite, penitent – not at all the unrepentant elitist she’d expected.

Perhaps he will do after all.


Narcissa Malfoy was pensive. She’d never really thought there was much to the Longbottom boy; clearly that opinion was in need of revision.

Narcissa held no prejudices about homosexuality; her own father had had a wife and family whilst keeping a catamite on the side – if Draco chose to do things the other way round, who was Narcissa to complain? At least she wouldn’t be landed with that hard-faced little Parkinson trollop as a daughter-in-law.

Neville, by contrast, would be putty in her hands. And he seemed quite determined to look after her Draco.

Yes, he will do very well.


Lucius Malfoy was getting drunker by the minute. His name was in the sewers, he was this close to Azkaban, and his wife seemed intent on brokering a marriage between his son and heir and another man.

Oh, he had nothing against sodomites – he’d buggered a fair few in his time, he remembered fondly – but he had a nasty suspicion that in this match, it would be the Malfoy who was buggered. Which was hardly fitting, after all.

But, Longbottom was a hero of the Light, by all accounts. And indeed, who else would have Draco?

Sod it. He’ll do.


Neville was feeling quietly ecstatic. Oh, he knew life together might not be easy, as a homosexual couple in a world still full of prejudice, but with Draco lying snuggled in his arms he felt like he could take anything the world could throw at them, and more.

He’d asked Draco to move in with him. And Draco had said yes.

“Are you sure you want to live here, angel?” he’d asked. “It’s not quite the same as Malfoy Manor.”

“Mmm,” Draco had reassured him drowsily, smiling that beautiful smile so Neville would know he was only teasing. “It’ll do.”


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