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 Author's note: I make sure I take part in [community profile] hp_mhealthfest (also featured at LiveJournal at hp_mhealthfest ) because it's one of my favourite HP fests. About a million of profound and sincere “Thank you!”s to my super patient beta and good friend [personal profile] bleedingangel84 who fought her way through the gutter of my nightmare-inducing grammar, and cheered me on, when I felt like kicking this story to the curb for being too long, too bland, too… whatever. This piece was inspired by the lyrics of the song called “Innerlane” by Beseeched. Beware, it's not a light peace.
For all of us, living with scars.
 
Title: Sum tuo aere (link goes to AO3, it's the most elegant solution) - here's a link to Chapter 1 at Dreamwidth
Characters/Pairings: Draco Malfoy/Hugo Weasley, Scorpius Malfoy/Rose Weasley (background only)
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 50.591
Mental Health Issue: Post-traumatic stress disorder
Warnings: Mentions of nightmares, violence and torture, nothing too gory or specific
 
Summary: Draco Malfoy’s been having a bit of a recurring issue with nightmares ever since the war. It’s always been manageable, of course… well, right up until his beloved son decides it is time to leave the family home at last to move in – gulp! – with Rose Weasley. Draco’s world implodes overnight and it’s anything but pretty. Enter a highly-recommended – though extremely exhausted – Healer, who specializes in some rubbish odd treatment, that’s obviously never going to work. Only, the copper-haired wonder might have an ace or two up his sleeve, that Draco never saw coming. For one, it’s another bloody Weasley, and he might be, uhm, just a little bit gorgeous...
Disclaimer: Harry Potter characters are the property of J.K. Rowling and Bloomsbury/Scholastic. No profit is being made, and no copyright infringement is intended.

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