I should figure out some other way to pass the time than reminiscing. It does not do to dwell on what should have been.
Oh, my dearest Dora. I have heard rumours. Who are you plotting to bring to ruin now?
I’ll have to find Rodulphus than. Mother will have my head if I do not find out for her. When mother wants to know something there really is no stopping her.
I feel like that is how it is with most women. *he laughed.*
So it was your familiar features I saw a couple of days ago in the library. Have you seen Evan lately perhaps? I’ve not seen him for days.
Unfortunately, no; I haven’t seen your brother.
You’ve figured me out, Rab. I’m only marrying Rod for your sake.
I knew it. *he laughed before scratching behind his ear.* I have missed you, sister. *he admitted.*
Does your family have plans for the summer holidays? Mother is ever so hoping to have your mother over for tea.
Not that I am aware; but you might be better off asking Mother or Rodolphus. He is a bit more privy to familial matters than I.
Rabastan, the castle has been empty without you. [She walks up to him with a smile playing on her lips.] Have you been hiding under mountains of books again?
Unfortunately, I have, Lady Rosier. What can I say? I simply cannot resist their siren calls.
I understand, lets change the subject. How are you Rabastan? Other than you’re unhappiness with your brother.
Well. I am bored, of course. Anxious to be done with term.
But, of course. I still do not know just what it is, but something in that Lestrange charm just keeps me coming back.
Admit it, Bella. You’re only marrying Rod because you wanted me as your favourite younger sibling. *he laughed.*