"You told her what?", Draco shouted and hit his fist against the wall as hard as he could, breaking pieces off of it.
"I am so sorry," I apologized, "but Harry knows-"
"Harry? How does Harry know?", he continued yelling at me and kicked a rock.
A loud splashing noise followed and it disappeared in the sea. The sea, which was especially stormy today, probably adjusted to Draco's mood.
"I-I don't know.", I sobbed and my voice broke.
Draco immediately felt bad and took me into his arms. Just as Ginny had done, Draco stroke my back. Surprisingly, his touch was even more gentle than Ginny's the day before.
"Do you have any idea, how he got the idea?", he whispered into my ear, suppressing his aggression.
Still unable to talk, I simply shook my head and hid my face in his chest.
"Understood.", I agreed on his request.
"You will ask Ron first, okay?", he asked and I nodded in agreement.
"Ron first. Then, Harry.", I choked, trying to fight the tears back.
The fact that I could still cry was fascinating and terrifying in one. I had cried a lot today, I should have actually dried out due to water loss already. However, I still lived and had to deal with the situation I was currently in.
"Do you really think, Ron will be any good? He's not really paying attention to his surroundings, does he?", I sighed and Draco let go of myself.
"We'll see. Ron is your only friend, who doesn't know yet. He's your only chance for answers. Answers we need.", he explained and left the room of requirement without another word.
Sobbing, I broke down and leaned against the wall. Lucky me, it was a Saturday and I wouldn't miss any lessons, as there was no chance of me getting up in the next few hours.