Though Rowling has characterized Draco as a pathetic villain and a bully who hates muggle born magical folks, or well, shows that he hates them, owing to his family’s legacy, he has been much favored by the readers and the fandoms. He has been much a mysterious character for many, and the hatred between him and the great trio- Harry, Ron and Hermione has always been regarded as a heated chemistry between the characters demanding more attention than Rowling cared to give.

Owing to these desires and demands here I bring to you yet again another fan fiction that brings out undiscovered and pretty much craved traits of Draco for Dramione and Drarry shippers by Cassandra Clare.

A review by Harry Potter Wiki describes the series in following manner.

The Draco Trilogy is a Draco-centric epic written and posted in installments by Cassandra Claire over a period of six years. The series consists of three novel-length stories: Draco Dormiens, Draco Sinister, and Draco Veritas. The series begins after the events in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and therefore is an alternate universe fanfiction, not including the events in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

In the beginning there is a love triangle where both Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter are interested in Hermione Granger. By the end of the series, the resolution of the romantic entanglements confirms the pairings Draco/Ginny and Harry/Hermione.


Draco Dormiens


Draco Sinister


Draco Veritas

About The Author

Cassandra-clare-author-photoJudith Rumelt ,born in July 27, 1973, better known by her pen name Cassandra Clare, is an American author of young adult fiction, best known for her bestselling series The Mortal Instruments.

While living in Los Angeles Clare began writing fan fiction using the name Cassandra Claire. The Draco Trilogy, based on Harry Potter and The Very Secret Diaries, based on The Lord of the Rings were popular. However, she deleted her fan fiction from the Internet shortly before her first novel, The City of Bones, was published under the name Cassandra Clare.