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Yet arguments persist that there is subtext to support the notion that a romantic relationship existed between Remus Lupin and Sirius Black, and that Remus and . including your religious or political views, health, racial background, country of origin, sexual identity and/or personal relationships. To learn. So Sirius was in love with James (hopelessly, because James was writing Li. Lupin and Sirius Black as the likeliest candidate for a gay relationship in the two single men spontaneously understand each others, aid & protect each others as.
In the end he decided to just forget everything else and concentrate on the evening with Sirius.
He was wearing dark blue dress robes that fit him perfectly and made him look incredibly hot and Remus was trying hard not to just stare at him. They were alone in the dormitory as James had already gone down he was going stag and Peter was only going for the food. Remus swallowed and nodded before smiling at him. He was wearing black robes with silver lining that matched very well with Sirius.
They entered the Great Hall and saw that it was changed into a huge ballroom with a stage for the band. Nearly everyone was there already and the Weird Sisters started to play their first song. They danced the whole evening only occasionally joining their friends in the tables to rest and were having the best time of their lives.
As the evening neared its end Sirius' fan club looked like they were going to murder Remus for stealing Sirius from them, but Remus couldn't bring himself to care. He was lost in Sirius' beautiful grey eyes as they danced a low song, his hands on Sirius' shoulders and Sirius' around his waist. They stared deeply into each other's eyes as the song went on and near the end Sirius leaned in, his soft lips brushing lightly against Remus'. The kiss was gentle and lingering, everything Remus could have hoped for and much more than he had ever imagined — it was perfect.
They slowly broke off and Remus glanced at the seething girls, before smiling mischievously. Sirius got on immediately and matched his smile before capturing his lips into another kiss.
This kiss was long and exploring and it made the onlookers look at them with envy.
Remus just smirked at him and kissed him again. The ball ended soon after and the boys went to bed after a few goodnight kisses for the Gryffindor girls' entertainment in the Common room and Remus fell asleep happier than he had ever before.
After the ball the girls had seemed to realize Sirius wasn't on the free market anymore and started to really calm down. Sirius only got few tries of flirting and date offers every day and Remus was dreading the day they would stop. He wanted to keep the game on and be with Sirius as his boyfriend, but knew that it wouldn't last forever. That, of course, didn't make it any easier. Little did Remus know that Sirius didn't want their relationship to end either, though he had not properly realized it yet.
He kept coming up with excuses to not to end it, thinking the girls would be after him again the second he was free or that all of them hadn't given up yet. The day however came, when not one girl offered herself to Sirius or asked him out, or tried to flirt with him and Sirius no longer had an excuse to keep it going, at least not after James commented on it.
That's what friends are for, Padfoot. After he stood up and left the room, Lily, who had been eavesdropping on the conversation a few seats away, went after him. She found him in the empty classroom they sometimes used to study together or just chat when they wanted privacy, sitting on the couch and trying to read a book.
You're most definitely not fine. I knew it was gonna end someday. Those few months were the best months of my life. I have never been happier. I could produce ten Patronus with just one moment with him. She had never seen Remus as happy as he was when he was with Sirius and in her opinion they were perfect for each other. Only if Sirius returned Remus' feelings. He's not really as bigheaded as you think. He's a bit oblivious to certain things, yes, but he has matured a lot this year.
You really should give him a chance, you might be surprised. I knew you liked him.
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And he hasn't asked you out since the ball and even before that only a few times. Furthermore, we're here about you and Sirius, not me and James. You called him James!
I'll just pretend it never happened and keep hiding my feelings like I did before the whole thing. I'll cherish the memories in my heart and never speak of it again unless someone mentions it first. We've been through this before. I won't risk losing his friendship for my feelings. James Potter could admit he was bit oblivious to some things, but usually he noticed when there was something going on with his best friends.
This was why he was overly surprised to find out that Remus had been crushing on Sirius for a long time, but hadn't said anything about it.
But then again, Remus had always been good at hiding his feelings. James felt bad for Remus for having to hide his feelings and bottle things up and see Sirius go from a relationship to another as James knew what it was like to watch from the side when the one you love goes with another.
Not that he had ever tried to hide his crush on Lily, though he could admit his approach wasn't the best one, which is why he had tried to give Lily some space and not ask her out every chance he got.
After hearing the conversation between Remus and Lily, James had gotten a bit of hope and was really hoping that Lily gave him a chance the next year, but decided that now wasn't the time to worry about Lily. He needed to find a way to help Remus. In the end, after a lot of thought over the things he had heard, he decided he would keep an eye on the situation for a while before deciding his course of action.
A week after Remus and Sirius break up, Sirius found himself pondering over things and trying to figure out what was wrong with him. The fake relationship with Moony had worked, the girls had left him alone and things were back to normal, but still Sirius wasn't happy. After he dropped the act with Remus, he had been feeling empty and somehow… incomplete. He noticed that he missed the little things and touches with Remus and that he sought Remus out from every crowd and place he went.
He made up excuses to speak and just be with Remus. He had even asked him to help him study for Merlin's sake! And that had been the wake up call to Sirius that something was wrong with him. He thought back to the months he spent with Remus in their fake relationship and smiled.
Sirius couldn't remember a time he had been happier than then. He could vividly remember their first kiss in the ball and how they had given a good show for the onlookers.
Sirius could almost feel Remus soft lips on his and the electricity he had felt when they kissed for the first time.
Now that he thought about it, Sirius realized that he had never felt that with any of the girls he had dated. Sirius replayed the moments with Remus in his mind and realized that he had loved every minute of it. He had even forgotten their relationship was a fake at times and just enjoyed the time with him.
He hadn't even wanted to end it when the time came, even though there hadn't been any reason to continue. Suddenly it all clicked into its place and Sirius realized why he sought Remus out every chance he got, why he was feeling so empty and why he missed Remus even if he was just across the room.
He was in love with him. As the realization hit him he smiled at himself for being so stupid and not realize it with all the signs he had, but then followed the question: He could always tell Remus, but what if he didn't answer his feelings?
Remus had never shown any sign of attraction to Sirius or any boys for that matter so Sirius didn't even know if he was gay. What if things got awkward between them?
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But then again Remus had dated him — err… fake-dated him. But he could have done it just as a favor to his friend. At least that's what he said: He had been paying close attention to Remus and Sirius for the past week and had decided it was time to take some action. He had cornered Lily just a few moments before and asked her for advice of what to do.
For your information I have no intention to ask you out. He locked the door and cast a few silencing charms before starting to speak. I overheard you talking the other day, but that's not the point.
But he most definitely didn't after being bitten by Fenrir Greyback. Witches and wizards did not associate with werewolves, even if they were otherwise innocent children. Remus Lupin couldn't help what he was; he was a victim of circumstances beyond his control. The day he found out that he was going to be allowed to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry was quite possibly the greatest day of young Remus Lupin's life.
He was going to be allowed to go to school.
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He could learn things there, learn magic. He could be with other children his own age. He could pretend to be normal, and no one would ever know the difference. He could be happy. When it finally happened, Remus was almost relieved. He had been waiting for the bubble to burst for so long, he was glad when it finally happened.
But he never could have predicted his friends'—the first and only friends he had ever had in his entire life—reaction to finding out that he was a werewolf. Quite simply, they didn't care. In fact, as teenage boys tend to do, they actually thought it was rather cool. And then they had gone behind his back and done something that no one had ever done before in Remus' life.
They found a way around his predicament. They worked hard and became illegal animagi so that Remus could have company during full moons.
Remus would never have to be alone again. Marauders stuck by each other through thick and thin. They became his pack brothers, and they were the greatest people he had ever known. Albus Dumbledore had accepted Remus into his school, but those three boys had accepted him into their lives and hadn't looked back.
They liked Remus for Remus and could care less that almost every other member of wizarding society hated what Remus was on basic principle alone. His life was far from perfect, though. One event, in particular, stood out as a moment that could have ruined everything. Sirius—wonderful Sirius who was closer to Remus than he was to his own brother—sent Severus Snape down into the Whomping Willow when he knew very well who—or rather, what was at the end of the tunnel.
Remus the werewolf, who didn't have a shred of humanity in him and who would quite literally leap at the chance for the plaything Sirius had offered him. The worst part about it was that Sirius treated it all as a joke.