Always and Forever

An engaged Scorpius Malfoy boards the doomed Titanic with his mother and fiancée, but when he meets Albus Potter, everything changes

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1. Always and Forever

Harry Potter/Titanic crossover

Scorpius Malfoy/Albus Severus Potter

No copyright intended. All rights belong to JK Rowling and James Cameron.

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Scorpius POV

I am everything a well brought up young man should be. I was the Head Boy at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, received 7 OWLS and 5 NEWTS, and was going to start working for the Ministry of Magic in September. Yet, my parents still weren't proud of me.

I came out as gay to my parents the day before I started my 6th year at Hogwarts. There was a huge fight, and I left for Kings Cross alone. When I returned to Malfoy Manor for the summer, they had arranged for my marriage to Elizabeth Goyle. Not only is she a family friend, but we need her for money after we lost everything during the Second Wizarding War.

Now that Elizabeth and I have graduated from Hogwarts, Elizabeth, my mother, and I are off to visit the American Minister of Magic and invite him to the wedding which takes place next month. We are taking a muggle ship, the RMS Titanic, to arrive the "traditional" way, my mother says.

Our car pulls through a crowd of people in Liverpool. I get out of the car and help Elizabeth and my mother out of the car. "I don't understand why we couldn't have apparated" I grumble. my mother rolls her steel gray eyes "It's principal Scorpius. Plus, you know the dangers of using magic over an ocean."

We get on to the magnificent ship, without having to go through the inspection that the lower class passengers would have. The paint smelled fresh, everything was brand new and clean. It was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen (except maybe Hogwarts in my first year). "Have an excellent trip sir." said one of the waiters who were standing by the dining room.

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