Love Is Hindering, A Remus John Lupin Love Story

Ok, this story has been in my mind for a while, and im happy i finally get to write it, but i will still be writing my other stories ans well, so dont worry. this is back when Remus was a kid. It starts the year before he goes to Hogwarts. He has not met James, Sirius, or Peter yet. It will get a bit confusing because I'm going to be skipping over a bit of it. Remus will be falling for a Muggle who turns out to be a Mudblood. Its a really good story, and i hope u enjoy! :) ;)

Chapter 1

New Next Door

The year before I turned eleven seemed to stretch out in front of me. I had been waiting, because my dad was a Wizard, and I had some of his magical blood in me, which meant there was an absolutely good chance that I would be excepted to Hogwarts School of Witchraft and Wizardry. But then there was the fact that I had been bitten by a werewolf when I was younger. That was what had been bad. My mum and dad probably didn't want me to go to Hogwarts where I would be a danger to everyone. They had even informed the new headmaster there, Professor Albus Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, and we were waiting for when he wrote back to see if I would be able to go. I was hoping I would though because I wanted to find somewhere I could fit in.

One day, I was sleeping in, and it was close to my eleventh birthday, and I got a letter from Dumbledore. I remember because my mum had came running in the room, shouting, "Remus, Remus! Dumbledore has written back finally! You'll be going to Hogwarts after all Remus!" She was so happy, and I was happy because I was excepted. I actually got to go to Hogwarts.

It was a good day for everyone in my family, expecially for me. My mom had promised me that we would be able to go to Diagon Alley during the summer when there would be more people there.

The next few days went by quickly, and one day I was outside when I met this family that was moving in next door. They had a girl that was the same age as me, and I introduced myself when I went over to meet them.

"Hey, my name is Remus John Lupin," I told her.

"Hey, my name is Tanisha Susan Romin," she said introducing herself.

"Hey Tanisha," I said brightly. "Do you guys need help with that?" I asked curiosly, for she was holding what looked like it might be a heavy box.

"Sure Remus," she told me.

I grabbed the box from her, and she guided me inside the house. I walked up the porch, and she kept guiding me up to where her room would be located. I put the box down, and heaved a sigh of relief. That had been a heavy box.

"Hey, Remus, do you mind staying?" Tanisha asked me.

"Sure, why not?" I said casually.

"Awesome!" she exclaimed.

Then I remembered my mum and dad were next door, in my house, and I said, "First of all, I have to ask my mum and dad."

"Oh, okay," she said, "Can I come with at least? I owe you that much, I mean, you DID carry my box up here."

"Cool" I mumbled. "Yeah, you can come with."

We walked over to my house, and Tanisha started rambling on about her life. As far as I could tell, she wasn't a witch, but a Muggle, and I was sort of sad. Did that mean that my mum and dad wouldn't approve, but then again, my mum was a Muggle, so I might get an edge with her. She would aprove, I know that at least.

"Hey, Remus. I'm not going in until you do," Tanisha said, snapping me out of my thoughts.

"Oh, right," I murmured. Then I opened the door, and tried to find my parents. I couldn't find them anywhere, and I was scared. They were just here, weren't they? I asked myself that repeatidly. Yeah, they had to have been just here, I know I saw them before going outside. Then I realized something, dad probably apparated to the Ministry of Magic, where he worked, and mom probably went to her job, even though I don't recall seeing her leave. I sighed a breath of relief, and I was happy. Then I remembered Tanisha next to me.

I knew my mum and dsad wouldn't like it too much if I was at someone's house without their permission, so I sadly told Tanisha, "My parents must be at work, Tanisha. Sorry, but I don't think its wise that we hang out until they get back."

She just nodded her head, understandingly, and walked out of the door, with dignity. I was sad to see her go, because she was the first friend I had ever made, even though I went to Muggle school until I was eight, and I had my first magical experience. I sighed to myslef, and went up to my room, so I could wait for my parents to come home.

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