Septisa is my new OTP.
OOC: I love all of you for being so supportive and amazing even when my writing doesn’t even come close to any of yours. Thank you.
OOC: Oh hush you, you’re writing is fabulous. If anyone’s isn’t as good as anyone else’s it’s mine. XD Haha. But I’m glad people support this ship! <3
Oh, I’m glad you liked it. I was a bit worried. -blushes-
Oh don’t you worry at all!
I love books! This one seems just lovely and interesting.
I can’t wait to sit down and read it!
So glad to finally see girl on girl. Septisa is adorable.
Septima and Elisa seems very forced.
OOC: Forced? D’: I’ll just have to fix that
OOC: OH NO! MUST. FIX. NOW.
Elisa and Septima are canon.
Septima felt her heart pick up for a moment when Elisa’s hand, dainty and soft, slipped between hers. A generous sweat broke out on her neck and she tried to push it all back; the sudden overwhelming emotions. She had only felt this once and she had thought it would be the last time. But as Septima’s hazel eyes hungrily searched over Elisa’s soft face, so tempting and beautiful, Septima knew this time it could literally kill her.
Her throat closed at the distant sadness in Elisa’s eyes. No. Something so… so perfect shouldn’t be sad. Her lips ached to kiss her, to hold her, but the redhead refrained. She squeezed her hand as her breath left her and said, “Much better than I thought really. One of the best nights I’ve had in over two years.”
The truth rung in her words, rolling playfully over her tongue. It was so true, in so many ways. Everything was burning when she was near the Slytherin; she had noticed it from day one. The soft gentleness of her eyes, the curve of her smiling face. It had all struck her in a way that nothing else had.
“I’m going to stay here for the holidays,” Septima’s eyes glanced over at the girl and she bit back a smile, “And you?”
Her uncle’s letter was still sitting in her dresser drawer, folded neatly. Meet me where darkness lies. Septima could think of one such place that was pure darkness:
The Forbidden Forest.
It would make sense, considering it was on the very castle grounds. But why he would send her somewhere so dangerous was beyond her. The two walked quietly down the hall, the flickering torches dancing over Elisa’s flaxen hair. It made Septima’s stomach flutter; it was liquid luck, galleons in hair. Feeling uncomfortable for staring, Septima ran her fingertips up Elisa’s arm and tugged on an end of her hair, glancing shyly away.
“It’s a shame Professor Slughorn couldn’t stay longer. He wasn’t much of a host, ey?” Her finger twirled the strand around until she let go.
“But I was glad to go with you, nonetheless.”
Elisa smiled at Septima’s words, blushing and looking down at her shoes. “I’m going home for the holiday’s this year. Christmas is this huge family event at my house.” It almost pained her to hear that Septima would be staying at Hogwarts. There were so many things about the girl that she had yet to learn, but Elisa looked forward to the chance to learn them.
Of course, that depended entirely on whether Septima would let her learn them or not.
And that depended entirely on whether they would end after this night or not.
Oh why did this have to be so confusing? Elisa had just had what she would like to think of the best night of her life. Full of ups and downs and everything in between. But it had ended on a positive note and that was really all that mattered in the end.
The problem was whether it would continue on a positive note or not.
She sighed a bit angrily to herself before perking up again, wiping all thoughts of how the night could end from her mind. She was going to be happy. At least for the time that she had available.
Septima looked beautiful tonight, the moonlight that streamed in through the windows lighting up her face in a way that made Elisa’s heart beat quicken. She could feel Septima staring at her too and if she wasn’t a love struck teenager Elisa probably would have made some comment. But she was. So she kept her mouth firmly shut.
Her breath stuttered when Septima’s finger twirled around a lock of her hair, and she stared at the other girl with wide eyes. Did she know what she was doing to her? Did she know the way that she was making her feel? Elisa wasn’t entirely sure what it was that Septima had said but she swallowed and forced herself to focus on the words coming out of her mouth, rather than just focusing on her mouth and how pretty it was and how nice it was to actually be able to kiss her…. “… wasn’t much of a host, ey?”
Elisa shook her head in a negative, agreeing with Septima and words unable to be found. “But I was glad to go with you, nonetheless.”
And then Elisa practically melted into a puddle at the other girl’s feet, a smile forming on her face, a blush almost coating her cheeks and a small laugh pulling up from her throat. Oh yes, Elisa was happier than she had been in a while. “I was so happy that you agreed to be my date, Septima.” She pulled them to a stop, reaching across so that she held both of Septima’s hands in her own. Just the feel of it was enough to make her shudder with joy. “You have made this night so… wonderfully beautiful.” And she stood up on her toes and gave her a gentle, slow, peck on the lips before pulling away from her and giggling a bit with a blush growing on her cheeks.
Overall grade: E(xceeds Expectations). You are an excellent writer and we are thrilled to have you! Make sure to actively para with multiple people, including responding to opens. Congrats!
Oh Teddy it’s a wonderful present! Thank you so much! -hugs-
Thank you, lovely. <3