Of Horcuxes and Kings

Second in the Fireflies Verse

Author: excentrykemuse
Beta: salty-sarah
French Bêta: billi24

Fandom: HP7 (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)
Pairing(s): Harry/Octavian (OMC), Draco/Astoria

Word Count: 83.5k

Summary: Sequel to Of Princes and Fireflies.  AU HP7. Harry threw the book into the fire, his face set. He didn’t care if he was a horcrux—he wasn’t going to die and leave Octavian alone, and the rest of the wizarding world be damned.  SLASH.

Warnings: language, slash, chan (15), mpreg, character death, child prostitution, incest, blood play (vampires), noncon (prestory), dubcon, inter-species relationships (vampire/human), Bellatrix Lestrange

Trilogy Index

Of Horcruxes and Kings

Chapter Index

Additional Credits

All quotations are taken from John Milton.

The myth of the “three kings” or the “magi” is Biblical. The magi were astrologers from the Near East (and undoubtedly pagan) who saw the Star of Bethlehem. In the Bible, they followed it to where a baby Jesus lived with his parents, Mary and Joseph. They brought him costly gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Three Kings Day is 6 January on the Christian calendar.

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