Ginny sighed with frustration as she dropped her quill onto the table in the Gryffindor common room where she was sat with Harry, Ron, and Hermione. "I'm going to have to go down to the Library and get a book out before I can finish this Charms essay," she said with a smirk at Harry.
Catching on quickly, he stretched and said, "I'll come with you, I could do with a break."
Ron eyed the pair of them shrewedly as they got up, while Hermione only murmured her agreement as she scribbled furiously on a piece of parchment that was already hanging off the table.
As soon as they had clambered out of the portrait hole Harry pulled Ginny in for a kiss, ignoring the exclaimations of the Fat Lady behind them. "I didn't expect Hermione to fall for that," chuckled Harry.
"Me neither," replied Ginny as they began to walk down the corridor hand in hand. "How long do you think we have before she realises and decides to come looking for us?"
Harry thought for a moment. "Maybe half an hour, longer if Ron annoys her and they start arguing."
"As per usual you mean. I wish they'd just get on with it and admit they like each other."
"I know, I'm sure arguing is their way of flirting. But enough about those two, do you fancy going for a walk down by the lake?"
"You read my mind," replied Ginny.
Harry said to Ginny that those few weeks while they were dating at Hogwarts was like something out of someone else's life. Your challenge is to write a story set during those few weeks while they were together at Hogwarts.
Submissions close midnight 15th April. Any suggestions for future challenges are more than welcome, please either comment here or email me.