TitleThe Space Between PairingHermione/Pansy RatingTeen/PG 13 Summary Just a little kissing between two non-friends. No harm, right? Word Count425
The first time it had happened by accident. That's what she told herself as she found her back pressed up against the cold dungeon wall and Pansy Parkinson's lips glued to hers as her fingers teased and danced their way up her thigh to caress her though her knickers. Knickers which were damp from little more than words alone.
They had been fighting which had been a relief after the months of silence but then the fighting had turned nasty and Pansy had forced her against the stone wall and was kissing her even as thoughts of reaching for her wand flew from her mind.
Merlin, but it was nothing like kissing Ron. Ron and his sweet, sloppy kisses that left a slow ache in her belly and too much saliva in her mouth. Pansy's kisses were angry and insistent on her lips and she knew they would be bruised by morning. Her tongue demanded entrance and then it was caressing her own and someone was moaning and pressing harder until the pressure of her breasts could be felt through her school blouse and the feeling was nothing short of glorious as her hands snaked round to cup Pansy's arse and pull her closer.
It was madness to be doing this - madness when anyone could come along the corridor and catch them but it was part of the attraction. She was breaking the rules - in fact she was taking a hammer to them and smashing them. Ron would be hurt and upset and Harry would look at her with those steady eyes and ask her why she had done something like kissing a Slytherin.
Pansy's leg was pushing itself between her thighs and her fingers were tracing along her knickers and toying with the elastic. She could almost feel the way Pansy's skin would feel against her own - feel the way she would dip her fingers into her and flex them to make her come here. Against the wall.
But Pansy was pulling away and smirking even as she lifted a hand to wipe the back of her mouth. It was more than she could process as she watched the other girl walk down the hall, even as she struggled to regain her breath
"Hey Granger," Pansy had stopped and turned around and Hermione half hoped that she would walk back and they could finish what they'd started. "See you around."
She picked up the books which had scattered to the ground and began making her way back to the Tower. The library could wait.