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Xander Harris and the Matchmaker of Doom

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Summary: Xander makes a deal with a demon to get a few friends back. Open to all!

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Multiple Crossings > Xander-CenteredEmruasCat + 1 otherFR1852,40311510,1859 Nov 093 Feb 10No

NOTE: This chapter is rated FR13

Chapter 5: Harry Potter (Harry/Hermione) by Markelo

Disclaimers: I don't own BtVS or Harry Potter. And the concept for this story belongs to EmruasCat.

Chapter five: Harmione


Xander looked at the young man who was sitting next to him at the train station. The guy had messy black hair and intense green eyes that peered at the world through twin lenses of glass in a round frames. He had a lighting bolt shaped scar on his forehead just above his right eyebrow. He was short for his age, which was fourteen years.

"So you're telling me that you know the most amazing girl in the world? But she's in love with your best male friend?"

"Yes. I don't want to hurt him, but I want to be her boyfriend."

"Tell them about your feelings. The worst thing that could happen is she tells you that she sees you as a friend and you'll lose them both as best friends. The best thing is that you might get the girl and lose the best friend. Is he really a good friend?"

"Not really. Ron has a jealous streak that is as wide as the ocean. He never gets the fact if I could turn in all of my fame and fortune to get my parents back from death I would. I hate being the bloody Boy-Who-Lived."

"Then tell her and him how you feel."

A month later Xander saw Harry Potter in London again. "Xander! I told her and she's mine now and he's mine now,too!"

The End?

You have reached the end of "Xander Harris and the Matchmaker of Doom" – so far. This story is incomplete and the last chapter was posted on 3 Feb 10.

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