Title: Common Ground
Fandom: Harry Potter
Pairing: Scorpius/Albus Severus, Harry/Draco
Warnings: Sexual content, fluff
Word Count: ~6,000
Disclaimer: No profit was made from the writing of this story. All creative rights to the characters and recognizable elements belong to their original creator(s) and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended.
Summary: The Malfoys have always hated the Potters, and the Potters have always hated the Malfoys. At least that's what Scorpius Malfoy always thought until he caught his father kissing Mr. Potter.
Author's Note: A little next gen birthday fun for rmhale. Special thanks to otta_ff for the beta and to conversedcullen for the Britpick.
Scorpius wasn’t sure what woke him up. He was disoriented as he struggled to sit, confused about where he was. This wasn’t his bed. He heard a thump as he shifted upright, blinking to try and make out the details of the room in the low light. Casting a lumos, he saw he was in the sitting room off his bedroom, the thump the sound of the book he had been reading falling to the floor. He had been so engrossed he had read straight through dinner and far into the night. It must be past eleven.
His neck was cramped from the awkward angle he had fallen asleep in the chair, and his stomach ached with that hollow hungry feeling. Maybe he’d go to the kitchens for something to eat. As he walked down the corridor leading to his private sleeping chambers, he paused, hearing voices in the hallway beyond.
There was low laughter and soft murmurs. Scorpius quietly peered around the corner, then jerked his head back in shock. Was that…? Could that possibly be who he thought it was? Again he moved his head to watch the two figures, so absorbed in each other they had no idea he was there, just feet away. His father was kissing Harry Potter! Or rather, Harry Potter was kissing his father. His father’s head was thrown back and Mr. Potter’s mouth was on his neck, licking and sucking, their bodies pressed against each other while his father gasped and made little noises no child should ever have to hear a parent make.
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