Title: Contractual Invalidations / How to Break Your Contract in Five Easy Steps Author: R-Dude aka Republic aka Rep Rating: T Genre: Suspense Library Category: Romance (Maybe?) Pairings: Harry/Daphne maybe? Chapters: 7 Words: 90,127 Updated: January 6, 2017 - Published: December 28, 2015 Status: Complete Summary: In which pureblood tradition doesn't always favor the purebloods. Links https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11697407/1/Contractual-Invalidation https://forums.darklordpotter.net/showthread.php?t=31422 Heya. So yeah, popped on IRC and Rep was being a little bitch. "Shezza!" he moaned. "Read my story! You'll like it, sempai!" And I was all like "...the fuck are you?" And then I read it. It sucked. 0/5. The End. Or actually Rep asked me to have a look and I had a surprisingly good time reading it. An hour later, I'm reading the last bit going 'YOU BITCH!' because it did kind of hook me in. A more detailed summary is as follows: Harry, Head Auror, finds out his parents drew him into a Marriage Contract for apparently shits and giggles but apparently other motive we don't know yet. In a surprising turn of events, Malfoy is off the market so good ol' Daphne has to cop it for the Slytherin Team despite the fact they've been out of school for ages. She's not happy. Harry has some kind of plan and is going along with it. Cue some pretty interesting character interaction and introspection from both characters. Cue some nice world-building with some quite interesting locations and mythology being thrown into it in a very fluid manner. Now, I've enjoyed it but my tastes aren't what they used to be. That said, I think this is a pretty good story with a plot that isn't quite what it's appears to be. In between romancing Daphne, there's the regular drinks with the blokes, the elbow rubbing with the high flyers, a crime lord doing some shit (maybe?), and at the last part on DLP, lots of fire. Give it a whirl. Then give it a vote! Checked by Minion, January 06, 2017 The story is now labelled as complete, by request of the author who claims it is.