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Disclaimer: This is a crossover story between the wonderful worlds of Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, and the Outlander series, by Diana Gabaldon. I do not own any of the creativity behind these amazing stories, but some of the characters are of my own creation.

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This story starts in 1688, Inverness, and is about a young lady named Minnie. Minnie is in love with a muggle, Gilbert, but her family do not know about him. One night, her parents announce that she is to marry a man 20 years her senior. Not wanting this, she and Gilbert escape, and find themselves at Craigh na Dun, where they camp the night in the middle of the standing stones. The next morning, Minnie finds herself being transported through time and wakes up in 1888, 200 years into the future.


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Chapter One - [below]
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four

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Chapter One
Late August 1688
She loved the kisses. She giggled as Gilbert touched her nose with his lips, lightly before pulling back. They went again, getting closer to her cheek, closer, closer, and then she moved her head slightly and their lips touched. After the kiss, she giggled even more.
Even Gilbert laughed.
“Shh Minnie, we have to be quiet,” he whispered, looking around to see if anyone was moving.
“Oh Gilly, my worry wort, are you not?” she said, batting her eyelashes.
He rolled his eyes and gave her another kiss.
“We really should go though. It’s nearing 5 o’clock. I suspect your father will be returning from work shortly.”
Minnie sighed. She didn’t want to go home. “Okay, meet me again tomorrow, will you? I will be here at half one. Don’t be late,” she said, whipping her handheld lace fan out. “I shall see you then my love.”
Gilbert took her hand and kissed it softly. And then she was gone.

Her corset was too tight in the summer sun, her skirts too full and heavy, and she could not simultaneously fan herself and lift them. So away went the fan. She lifted her skirts up to her knees, something her mother often scolded her for doing. She didn’t care though. She couldn’t see anyone around, and her street was very quiet. Owing to the fact that her parents didn’t want busy bodies poking their noses around. The small explosions that were often heard from the basement, and the wand waving, well, those muggles wouldn’t get it. And her family was sure to be burned at the stake. Something Minnie had been able to avoid thus far.

“Hello mumsy,” she called, walking in and smoothing her skirts back down. She took her shoes off at the front door and walked in through the kitchen. “That smells lovely, what is it?” she asked, retrieving her wand and filling up a goblet.
“Aye, it’s roast pig with all the trimmings,” her mother said. “We’ve got company tonight.” She gave a little look that suggested Minnie had better be on her best behaviour.
“Who?” she asked. She was sure she knew what this was about.
“Someone your father works with. He’s a lovely young man by the sounds of it.”
Minnie rolled her eyes. Of course. Marriage. They had been harping on at her for weeks now! She only had a week left of holidays and she wanted to spend every second she could with Gilbert, before she left him behind. The thought of having to spend it getting to know another man made her feel nauseous.
“Don’t roll your eyes at me Wilhelmina Elizabeth, or you’ll be sleeping out with the horses!” her mother snapped.
“I apologise mumsy. But all I wish to do is enjoy my holidays with my friends, whilst I can.”
“Your friends? You’ll be seeing them again when you’re back at Hogwarts.”
Her ears were ringing. Her mother could be very shrill and loud at times. “My muggle friends,” Minnie muttered.
“What muggle friends? The ones you used to play with as a child? Minnie, don’t waste your time on the likes of that lot.”
She knew she shouldn’t have mentioned it. The biggest fear was being caught out! Some of her friend’s grandmothers had been accused of witchcraft. And all for helping to save a little boy whose cuts certainly would have killed him after he fell from the horse. They had been burned at the stake, though of course they were fine.
She was spared answering any more questions. “Get upstairs and clean yourself off before our guest arrives.”
And that was it. Minnie had been dismissed.

In her bedroom, she looked at herself in the mirror. She thought she looked all right. A few curls out of place, but they were easily slicked back into place. She pulled out a small vial of beetroot juice and stained her lips. The makeup from earlier in the day still appeared fresh. She smiled to herself at the memory of how her lip colour had worn away.

Half an hour later, Minnie heard the front door open, and the sound of her father’s voice came up the stairs. She smiled and skipped down the stairs to greet him, but on the last step she stumbled. The floor came quickly to her face, and she groaned out in pain. Two sets of hands reached down for her and helped her up. One was her father, the other was not.
“Who are you?” she asked the stranger.
He smiled warmly at her. “I am Gabriel Longbottom. I work with your father here.”
Minnie gulped. He had extended his hand. “Minnie Prewett,” she said, sliding her fingers into his hand. He brought her hand to his mouth and gave her a light kiss. She blushed, but only because she was embarrassed. This stranger was kissing her hand in front of her parents!
She quickly drew her hand back and looked around, avoiding his gaze.

Dinner went as smoothly as she could manage. She was polite, and she made sure she glanced over to her mother every few minutes to see if she was giving her any signals. Only a few times, to get her elbows down, or stop eating such big mouthfuls. She listened to the stories this man was telling her. He was 36! Twenty years older than she was! Her Gilbert was only 18! And he had finished his apprenticeship. He was now helping to make houses. He had said if they could find some land to purchase, then he could build them a house. She just hadn’t told her parents about him. They would not have liked the idea, so she had avoided it from fear. But now her parents were wanting to wed her to this man! Once he left, her parents went out the back to talk, whilst Minnie cleaned everything up. It took less than a minute, and Minnie was able to sneak to the back door. She was hearing things like ‘…needed to finish school…’, ‘…lives in a large house…’. ‘… has three maids!’ and ‘…married next year…’. Minnie felt faint. She went up to her bedroom, shut the door, and waited.

Her mother came and entered. “Minnie, stand up.”
Minnie stood with her back to her mother, allowing her to remove her outer garments. As the corset became looser, she felt her lungs expand, and she could breathe deeply. “Mr Longbottom is a nice man. Did you think so too?” her mother asked.
“He was alright. Why was he here?” she asked. She knew full well why.
“Your father had arranged for Mr Longbottom to be your husband. Won’t that be nice? He’s a lovely gentleman. He comes from a good pureblood family. Lives close to here. Only the next village across. He didn’t want to wed you before you finished your education, so we thought it best to wait until you are home and graduated from school. We will organise everything, all you need to do is come home and your fiancee will be waiting.”
Her mother was smiling like this was a good thing. Minnie sat down, holding her hands to her stomach. That wasn’t enough. She leaned forward, clasping her head between her knees. Her lungs had felt relieved only moments ago, and now they were on fire. She gasped for air and felt the tears drip down, onto the carpet.
“Minnie, whatever is the matter?” her mother asked, sitting next to her. “Now, don’t carry on. What’s all this fuss?”
Minnie looked up. “Mother I cannot marry that man! I don’t know him! I don’t know anything about him besides what you’ve just told me.”
“Well it doesn’t matter what you want! You’re fortunate to still be going to school this year. Old Mrs Abbott’s granddaughter has been pulled out for marriage. And I’m sure she isn’t the only one.”
“Mary has been pulled out?” Things were not getting better.
Her mother shook her head and stood. “Honestly Minnie, a little gratitude would be nice. Tomorrow you and I are to meet your father and Mr Longbottom at the bank. You’ll be seeing your future home then, and I’m assured you will love it. Now, do get some rest. And put some cream on. I don’t want any wrinkles before the wedding.”
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Very good start so far. I know you found it hard to get into the mindset of writing historical fiction the way Diana does, but you are off to a good start! You know that I love everything that you write and this is no different.

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Very good start so far. I know you found it hard to get into the mindset of writing historical fiction the way Diana does, but you are off to a good start! You know that I love everything that you write and this is no different.

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Chapter Two
Late August 1688
Minnie tried to get sleep. She rested on the bed but found herself tossing and turning. Marrying a man she didn’t even know? What about Gilbert?

What about Gilbert?

She sat up and ran her hands through her hair. No, she could not marry this stranger. She and Gilbert were meant to be together. She got out of bed, put her outer dress on top of her sleeping slip and put a pair of shoes on. She felt practically naked!

She snuck out the house and ran as fast as she could, for what felt like an hour! Until finally she arrived. She doubled over to catch her breath before searching for some rocks. She threw them at the window, each one making a soft ping before falling back towards her. She eventually saw a lamp shimmering and the window was open.

A sleepy faced Gilbert appeared.

“Minnie?” he hissed down at her.
“Gilly we need to leave. Now! I’m… my…. Oh, Gilly I can’t,” she found herself starting to panic.
“Wait there,” he hissed again, before disappearing, the lamp also being extinguished.

Moments later he was there, wrapping her in his arms. He stroked her hair, whispered things into her ear, clung to her. “What’s the matter Minnie?”
She eventually found the breath and the words. “My parents have arranged my marriage. When I return from school next summer. I am to marry a man who is…” her lip trembled. “Who is 36!” The hot tears dripped down from the rim of her eyes. “I don’t want to marry him, Gilly, I want you.”
Gilly had lost his voice too, it seemed. He swallowed, and put an angry hand through his hair. He looked around the area. It was the very early hours of the morning, of course nobody was up yet. “Then… then we just go. We go to… to England. We start up fresh there.”
“Gilly I don’t want to go to England!”
“Then Ireland! We can go to Ireland! My father has relatives there. Perhaps they can put us up. They no nothing of you, nor of your parents.”
She found herself nodding. Of course! Ireland! It was the perfect place to go.
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Chapter Three
Late August 1688
Gilbert had prepared a bag to take with them. He put in a rug, and some food, and then wrote his parents a quick letter. And they left. “It’s going to be a long journey.” He took her hand and began walking towards the dirt path to head into town.
Minnie tried not to look too discouraged, though she felt it.
“Let’s take a horse. Don’t worry, I’ll just take mine. Besides, once my parents wake to find me gone, with the horse, they will know I’m safe.” He glanced at Minnie. “Well, safer than if I were alone.”
“A horse? That would make it quicker, to be sure.”
Gilbert walked softly to the barn where the horses were housed. The horse belonging to him was black and large. Minnie followed him, wanting everything to be ready quickly. Her anxiety was at a peak, and even though she knew her mother would never have met Gilbert, she felt as if she were about to be caught. Rather than letting herself idle, she went about helping Gilbert. He was giving the horse a brush, and Minnie reached on the hooks to retrieve the saddling equipment. She passed him the saddle blanket, followed by the saddle, which he fitted without trouble.
“Okay, come on,” he said, leading the horse out of the barn. Once they were away from the house, down one of the dirt paths leading from the property, he helped Minnie up then climbed behind her.

They rode from their town towards the centre of Inverness. Gilbert had a compass and knew approximately how to get to Ireland, although it was going to take a few days, and a few stops.
“I think it best we stick off the paths, okay? It might get a bit rough though, but you won’t have to look over your shoulder as much.”
“I’m not-” Minnie started.
“Minnie I can feel you move to look.”
“I’m just worried. I don’t know how long it will take them to come looking.”
“Do you ever leave the house before they wake up?”
“No, of course not.”
“Oh, well then I suppose we should keep riding to get some miles behind us.”
The plan was for them to ride until they got to Fort William, rest, and try to get on a ship to Belfast where they hoped to spend the rest of their lives together.

On and on they rode, until Minnie starting to fall asleep. Fearing that she would fall off the horse, she said, “Would we be able to stop soon? Only for a little rest.”
She felt him shifting. “Blimey, it’s four o’clock. All right, we’ll just go up here a bit. There are some stones over there. Can you see them? We might feel a bit more hidden there.”
Minnie thought it was good thinking. She could see the stones. They were tall, and some were quite wide.
“Where are we Gilly?” she asked, as he helped her down from the horse. She had to wiggle her hips side to side to get some blood flowing back to her legs. Her backside was both numb and sore, a feeling she didn’t enjoy.
Gilbert got the blanket from his bag and spread it on the ground, then got a chunk of bread out. He split it in half and gave Minnie a piece.
“It’s Craigh na Dun, I think.” He went to tie the horse up, hopefully out of view, then sat down next to Minnie on the blanket.
“Just a little rest?” She asked him.
“Just a little rest,” Gilbert replied.
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Late August 1888
Minnie felt her stiff, cold body wakening. The breeze held an uncharacteristic chill, and birds were chirping from the trees. She rolled over, reaching her hand out to snuggle against Gilly, and felt empty space. That woke her quickly, and she sat up. Gilly wasn’t there. She looked around. Gilly wasn’t the only one missing. The sounds of movements and contented neighs of the horses was absent. Minnie felt very alone, cold, and scared. An acerbic taste rose in her mouth, but she swallowed it down before it could project out. The ground beneath her was nature – dirt, fallen leaves, grass, and flowers. Had Gilly changed his mind whilst she slept and left her?

Although Minnie wasn’t confident she could find her way to Ireland by herself, she knew it would be easy to retrace her steps back home. It would take a long time, considering she was on feet, but that was okay. Perhaps Gilly had gone to get some breakfast, or to keep watch. That didn’t explain why the blanket was now missing. She headed down the hill and found the dirt road without any problem, and walked towards the city.

It was starting to get dark by the time she arrived, and although her settings had changed, she was too preoccupied with her thoughts to notice. Until she walked down through the forest and… her house wasn’t there. From one house on the block of land her family used as a farm was now what looked like a small street. She counted seven houses. That wasn’t right, but it was definitely where her house had been. What was she to do? The sense of loneliness, sadness, anxiety, and panic bubbled back, and she felt her hands shaking. She was hungry, but something was clearly wrong.

She knocked at the door belonging to the house with lights on.
“Hello there,” an elderly woman said, opening the door.
“H-hello. I… h-how long have you lived here?” she asked.
The elderly woman was taken aback. “For seventy years now.” She let out a soft laugh. “Are you alright, dear? Would you like to come in?”
Minnie nodded and crossed the threshold. It certainly wasn’t her home. Nothing about it was hers.
“Here, I’ll make you some porridge.” The elderly woman waved her wand and a bowl of steaming oats appeared in front of her. Minnie almost cried.
“A witch! You’re a witch! Oh, oh thank Merlin,” she whimpered.
“Now, now lass, what’s gotten you into this state there?”
Minnie wiped away some tears and took a scorching spoonful of porridge. It warmed her up, from mouth to stomach. She explained to the elderly woman that she was lost, and the boy she was to marry had ran off, leaving her alone. She buried her face into her hands, letting the sobs escape. The elderly woman was very nurturing, and gathered Minnie in her arms, holding her tight against her chest.
“Well now, are you still at Hogwarts?”
Minnie nodded. “I’m about to start my final year. I don’t have anything with me, though.”
The lady soothed her hair back and spoke calmly.
“Now then, we can go down to Diagon Alley tomorrow, aye? Get you your things for Saturday.”
Minnie nodded. She should be able to access the bank to get some money out and get her things.
“But for now, you can stay on the pullout.”
“Thank you so much,” Minnie said.
“No, not to worry, dear.”

Minnie snuggled down on the pullout in the lounge room. It was very comfortable. She thought to herself that these people she was staying with must have been very wealthy to be able to afford this quality of bed. Even her parents, who were themselves wealthy, didn’t have anything quite as soft as this. The blankets weren’t itchy, and the pillows weren’t as hard as a brick. She slept exceptionally well until she was woken up by a tapping at the window. She let in an owl, who had a paper with it.
“Here ye go,” the lady said, walking down the stairs, stifling a yawn. Minnie paid the owl and took the package.
“What is it?” she asked. It looked like one of the papers Minnie’s parents got, but this was very large compared to it.
“I-it’s the Daily Prophet.”
Minnie looked up at her, feeling very self-conscious.
“Oh, right,” she said. The Daily Prophet? Minnie unfolded the paper, seeing the bold title of the paper. The pictures were moving, as the wizarding photos usually did, but this was exceptionally large. Minnie’s paper only ever told news of Scotland, and occasionally London, but this one had news from all around the world. She was enjoying watching the pictures on the front page until she saw some little writing in the top corner. What should have read Saturday, August 28, 1688 read;

Tuesday, August 28, 1888.
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