In what book do harry and ginny start dating

Mostly how Harry managed to adjust to life post-Voldemort.

This wizard was literally inside of him for the first seventeen years of his life, not to mention all the close calls he experienced because of him.

Which frankly would devalue every successful marriage in the franchise.

Sure, it may seem like a dream come true, but it isn’t the basis for a successful relationship.

No relationship is perfect, even those in the wizarding world.

Unless there is some kind of perfect marriage potion.

Well, that would be going on for at least a decade.

They wouldn’t be able to go to the supermarket without someone asking about Voldemort.

Having said that, in books five through seven, it felt like Rowling was compensating for Ginny’s lack of personality in the earlier books.

Not to mention all the conspiracy theorists who will constantly be harassing them, claiming that Voldemort is still out there. For a good part of the series, there wasn’t much to like about Ginny. She played the damsel in distress in the second series, but aside from that, for a long time she was literally just Ron’s little sister who has a crush on the hero.

I don’t even believe that they’d be able to drop their kids off at the Hogwarts Express in peace. In books three and four, she has no character development.

He wouldn’t have met Ron or Ginny, and Ron might not have gained the courage to sit with Harry on the train.

Then if Harry hadn’t been a Gryffindor or if the Weasleys were Hufflepuffs, they wouldn’t have gotten close. But you can’t deny that this friendship was a big part of Harry and Ginny’s relationship.

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