A Clandestine Reality: 12. Deceit

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Her baby was coming home. It didn't matter what anyone else thought or said, he was coming home and that was all that mattered. He hadn't said a word to Arthur about what had happened, or to anyone else for that matter. Originally, she had thought that he would confide in Harry. Luna, however, had mentioned to her that he hadn't said a word to either of them. The girl was holding something back though, she was sure of it. Molly didn't know what it was exactly, but knew instinctively that it had something to do with Hermione.
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In an ideal world her daughter-in-law would be here with her, helping her cook Ron's welcome home luncheon. Then again, in an ideal world Harry would be married to her daughter and not that slip of a girl, Luna. It wasn't that she disliked the girl. Molly supposed that she held an endearing sort of charm, as odd as it was. Still, she would have rather Harry married her Ginny. She had still held hopes for the two of them even after Harry had wed, but the birth of Lily had soon squashed them into all but nothing. Now she was resigned to the fact that Luna and Harry were, and would remain to be, a couple. Lily was her honorary granddaughter, just like Harry was her son. She would take what she could get.
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Hermione, however, puzzled her. The girl was exceptionally stubborn and almost impossible to reason with, but Molly had always thought of her as a daughter despite her many shortcomings. She still couldn't understand the girl's need to work, Ron could provide for both her and Rose. Perhaps it had something to do with her upbringing, being a Muggleborn and all. Regardless of what it was, Molly didn't like it. Rose deserved to be taken care of properly. How was Hermione supposed to do that while she was at work?
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The other thing that bothered her about Hermione was Narcissa Malfoy. What type of reasoning must she have to let an ex-Death Eater's wife into her home? It was common knowledge that her daughter-in-law was amongst the brightest witches Hogwarts had ever produced, but that said nothing about her common sense. Knowledge was one thing, common sense another. Obviously the girl had to be talked to. First, she chose to work over staying at home with her daughter. Second, she refused to have anymore children until a set time was up. There was also the fact that she invited the wrong sort into her home, endangering both herself and her daughter. Oh, Molly was definitely going to talk to her.
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It pained her to admit that Narcissa Malfoy's words had affected her. The very idea of Rose not being her granddaughter was ridiculous. Regardless of that, she had spent most of the day shuffling through old and new photographs of the little girl and examining her features. Rose's hair had always bothered her, but she'd accepted Hermione's word as the truth. She still did. Her granddaughter simply took after her mother and not Ronald. That was all there was to it, nothing more and nothing less. Hermione's father Jeffery had sandy-blond hair for Merlin's sake! The woman had simply meant to ruffle her feathers, she was sure of it.
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"Sweetheart, calm down," Arthur's comforting arms wrapped around her waist from behind. "Harry and Luna said that everything is fine and that they'll be over soon. They're just signing some last minute paperwork,"
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Molly sighed, waving her wand at a pile of unpeeled potatoes. She knew Arthur had wanted to go with Harry to bring Ron home. He had stayed behind because of her, knowing that she would be a wreck the moment he stepped out the door. They hadn't always been this in tune with each other's emotions. There had been a time shortly after Bill was born when she'd momentarily regretted her decision to elope with him. Their families hadn't approved, least of all her brothers and his mother. It hadn't mattered though; she still married him regardless of their concerns.
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"I know, I know," she sighed, levitating the potatoes to a large pot of boiling water with her wand. "He's still my baby, Arthur. I am allowed to worry,"
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"He's twenty-three, Molly," her husband chuckled, affectionately placing a chaste kiss on her cheek.
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"Doesn't mean a thing," with a wave of her wand, the oven door opened and she levitated the roast she'd prepared earlier onto the table. "He's still my baby boy and I'm allowed to worry and fuss over him as much as I like,"
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"Of course, dear," he laughed quietly, walking toward the adjoining room after hearing a high pitched childlike giggle.
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"To make sure that Victoire doesn't get near the fireplace, yes I know," he finished for her, smiling warmly.
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"And don't let Fred near Dominique or Molly?" the smile on his face showed patience and understanding. "Love, I already know,"
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"Oh, fine then. Off with you!" she laughed, shooing him out of the kitchen. It always amazed her how he could know what she was going to say even before she said it. Then again, she did tend to remind him constantly of certain things. He was probably the most patient man she knew; her nagging was habitual.
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To Molly, family was everything. She loved her children and grandchildren, honorary or not, with all her heart. All she wanted was their happiness…and a few more grandbabies given time. Bill was happy with Fleur, George with Angelina and Percy with Audrey. Hell, even Charlie was happy with his bloody dragons! Ginny and Ron, however…things hadn't turned out as well for her two youngest children. She liked to think that Ron was happy with Hermione, but something had obviously happened between the two of them. It wasn't like Hermione to block the floo network and it certainly wasn't like Ron to withdraw into himself. Something had happened and Molly would be damned if she didn't find out what it was.
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At first, she had thought that it was their difference of opinion where children were concerned. Her Ron wanted a large family, but Hermione obviously didn't. Originally it had been her idea. If the question of children were taken away, along with the choice of when to have them, then perhaps things would work themselves out. She had brewed the potions in her spare time and given them to Ron, telling him what to do so Hermione wouldn't notice the change. So far she hadn't heard any news on the baby front, which meant that the fertility potions hadn't worked. It was odd; she knew that she'd brewed them correctly.
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"Mum," her daughter's voice brought her mind back to reality. Ginny was leaning casually against the doorframe, her short cropped hair dancing around her chin as she shook her head. "He's here,"
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Smiling brightly, Molly patted her daughter on the cheek, waving her wand frantically to clean up the kitchen. Her little girl had changed a lot since the war, more so than the others. As any mother would be, she was concerned. There were the parties and endless string of men. She supposed her daughter's career didn't really help either. The Holyhead Harpies were one of the best teams in the league and the only all female squad. Molly couldn't say she wasn't proud of her, because she was. It was the lifestyle that bothered her more than anything else. No matter, she was dating Neville Longbottom now, hopefully the boy could get her to settle down and start thinking about a family.
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Her tears were already building in anticipation as she hurried into the adjoining room, Ginny following demurely. The dam burst within seconds of him walking through the front door. "Oh, Ron!" she cried, rushing forward to envelop her son in a bone crushing hug.
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"Mum," he gasped, patting her awkwardly on the shoulder. "I kind of need to breathe," a collection of laughs followed this statement and she quickly let go, wiping away her tears.
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"Are you alright, dear?" Molly asked worriedly, scanning his entire body with critical eyes. "How are you feeling? You look so pale. They didn't mistreat you, did they? What about food? You're so skinny. They did feed you, didn't they? If they didn't you ca –"
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"Molly, leave the poor boy alone. He's only just got back," her husband laughed softly, walking forward to wrap a comforting arm around his son's shoulders. "Now, I don't know about you, but I wouldn't mind a game of chess. What do you say, son? Think you can beat me?"
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Ron smiled weakly at his father, turning around to scan all the smiling faces in front of him. Suddenly, his expression fell. "Mum, where's Hermione?" there was something in his voice that sounded torn between hurt and anger; she wasn't sure she liked it.
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"Well, dear, I tried to contact her to tell her about the party, but the floo network was blocked," she said comfortingly, glancing at Arthur momentarily, conveying her silent worry to him. "I'm sure there's nothing to be worried about,"
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"Why didn't you apparate over there?" he asked, shrugging off Arthur's arm. Something had definitely happened between the two of them, she could tell by the expression on his face. She was sure that whatever it was, it had something to do with the reason he had been held in custody by the Aurors for the past couple of days.
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