Rating: K

Category: Harry Potter and Twilight

Pairings: Fem/Harry/Carlisle, Rosalie/Emmett, Edward/Esme, Hermione/Ron, and Jasper/Alice.

Warnings: Completely AU

Summary: Fem/Harry always wanted a family and when given a chance to find family he dives right in. The thing is he's seventeen. The last of his family is in America and shouldn't even be alive. Harry is determined to not give up his family even if it means dying.

Credits: To J.K. Rowling for writing the Harry Potter Books and to Stephanie Meyer for writing for the Twilight books. The song in this chapter is called If Tonight is My Last by Laura Izibor.

Previously on The Last Moments…

"I need to bring the Cullen's here," Albus mused out loud. "Yes, they would bring Potter back into my reach. Yes that would work." Fawkes thrilled from his stand and disappeared in a flash.

"Yes that would work," Albus said as he popped a lemon drop into his mouth.

The Last Moments

Chapter 5

Dead like Me

"I am sorry headmaster but you are not allowed in there," Hermione informed the headmaster when he tried to force his way into Jamie's room. "Her room is considered French territory and unless you are invited by Healer Potter herself you will find yourself in a rather awkward situation." Hermione could see that the Headmaster was growing frustrated with her but she stood her ground as well as she could anyway.

The headmaster's frustration got to him and he pushed her to the side and attempted to open the door. He was blown back by the wards that Poppy had placed on the room with Jamie's permission. Hermione had to hold back her laughter when she caught sight of the headmaster. His hair was literally standing up (which included his beard) which caused his face to be covered with hair. His skin was neon green and his robes clashed with neon pink. She could tell that the moment that the headmaster tried to stand that it was going to be a disastrous day for the man.


Carlisle watched as Jamie slept peacefully. The night before had been quiet the journey. Finding out that she was here, that she was dying, that she was dying because of him and most of all because Jamie had woken up several times to nightmares – rather violent ones, Carlisle noted. Carlisle was pulled from his thoughts when Jamie began to wake. A soft smile spread across his face as he watched her eyes flutter over her beautiful green eyes.

"Hey," Jamie greeted him softly. Carlisle leaned over and placed a kiss on her a burning forehead. Jamie's eyes fluttered closed in response to this. Carlisle pulled back and watched as she let out a small sigh.

"How are you feeling," Carlisle asked. Jamie sighed again, but this time it was a pained one.

"No difference," Jamie informed him. She knew that this wasn't only hurting her but him as well. "You being near helps though." If Carlisle could cry for the woman in front of him he would. Had he not been so stubborn back then she would not being feeling this pain and they would be together. She buried her head in his chest and let out a shuttering breath. A knock on the door prevented Carlisle from asking any questions. A muffled "who is it?" came from Jamie.

"It's Poppy, dear," Poppy called through the door.

"Come in," Jamie called back to Poppy. Poppy opened the door and levitated the tray full of potions to Jamie's bedside table. One by one Jamie took the potions while Poppy ran a diagnostic scan on her. Carlisle kept his arms wrapped his arms around her to not only reassure her but himself as well. When she was finished taking all of the potions she allowed herself to relax as best possible in his embrace.

"I wish I had better news for you both," Poppy sadly told them. "It seems as though she has a reach point that not even her mate can help her. She is dying. She has a week at max. Make the best of it."


If an angel came down to me, asked what I would do differently

I would say nothing, you see, I love someone truly

And if I do not see tomorrow, you know it's gonna be alright

'Cause I got my baby right by my side

"I wish we had more time," Jamie whispered to Carlisle as he held her close to him. "I wish that we had eternity with each other." As though her words were magic the castle hummed in agreement with the young women – her creator's heir.

"As do I, IL mio amore," Carlisle whispered in her ear. A wide smile spread across Jamie's face. However, it did not last as Jamie's body became wracked with coughing and more pain. All Carlisle could do was pull her closer – his body's coldness helping with the pain.

And if the rain ain't falling and the sun ain't shining

It makes no difference to me I'm right where I wanna be

Hermione knocked on the door before she peered into the room. Carlisle and Jamie were lying on the bed wrapped around each other. Carlisle looked up at her curiously – attempting to see if she was a threat to him and his dying mate. Hermione showed him the vials of animal blood for Jamie and him and he gave her a slight nod. Hermione was careful as she made sure not to invade their space so that Carlisle would not see her as a threat. She placed the vials on the bedside dresser one by one – quietly and slowly – so that she would not wake up Jamie. Hermione gave Carlisle a small nod and then left the room.

And if tonight is my last what I gotta do?

And if tonight is my last I wanna spend it with you

And if the sky fall's down it's gonna be alright

'Cause I got you here tonight

"Today is a day that is forever remembered," Minerva spoke as looked out on her students. "19 years ago Voldemort was defeated at the home of the Potters. James Potter fought Voldemort so that his wife and son could escape. He died a hero. Lily Potter fought Voldemort so that her son might live. She died a hero. They are heroes.

They left behind a daughter, Jamie Potter. Jamie, a mere babe, defeated Voldemort for good that night. But today she is left fighting for her life. Like so many others this family died fighting. Let us remember those who were lost to the war in a moment of silence."

If I had to give all that I own

In return for the love that's grown

I would give it gladly 'cause nothing else compares

To the moments that we shared

The crunch of leaves under his boot reminded Draco of the season that he lost his mother. The calm silence that enveloped him seemed to also be suffocating him as he kneeled in front of his mother's grave. He placed white roses on her grave. He allowed the tears he normally held back to stream down his face. He placed a kiss on his hand and then placed it on her gravestone head. He then walked to the next gravestone – his younger twin sister, Evelyn. She and his mother had died when Lucius failed to kidnap the Potter girl (although it was boy at the time). Originally, Tom had been going to kill Evelyn in punishment but Narcissa had jumped in front of her daughter and had been killed instead. Tom tortured Evelyn to remind Lucius to not fail again. She died from her injuries later that night.

And if the rain ain't falling and the sun ain't shining

It makes no difference to me I'm right where I wanna be

Minerva sighed as she sat down in her chair. Carefully she touched the Order of Merlin her husband had been awarded after he had died saving a group of muggleborn's that had been in an orphanage. Minerva found it a bit ironic that the only orphanage that had been safe from Tom's attacks was the one he had grown up in.

Minerva closed her eyes as she remembered Tom from when they had gone to school together. He had been such a handsome boy but he tended to have a dark presence around him. Minerva had had a bit of a crush on him for their fourth and fifth years but that idea had been crushed horrendously when Tom had come back to school even worse than before.

She had tried talking to him but instead all he had done was laugh at her. Minerva couldn't help and wonder what would have happened had they gotten together. Could she have saved him from himself or was he too far gone for help?

And if tonight is my last what I gotta do?

And if tonight is my last I wanna spend it with you

And if the sky fall's down it's gonna be alright

'Cause I got you here tonight

Hermione sat at the window seat in the girl's dorm. Her eyes seemed so far away. Streaking down her face were tears as she recalled her own pain. Her mother had been killed in a car crash when she had been only 6 years old. Her father took to drinking as well as hitting. He hit her every chance he got. Hermione stepped in front of his fist several times in order to save her brother from being hit.

One night her father had taken her brother, Eric, to the store to get beer and they never came back. As Hermione find out later that night, they had died when her father had run the light. By the age of ten, she was placed in the care of her mother's sister and husband.

At the time that Minerva McGonagall had come to get her she was living on the streets – they had thrown her out when strange things had occurred around her. She was thankful to Minerva McGonagall because when she had the seen the conditions she had taken Hermione with her to the Ministry and had gained custody in both worlds.

Only given a short time on this earth

You gotta make each moment worth something beautiful

You gotta give every bit of you for the love

Half just won't do

Neville looked out at the lake as he walked beside it. His memory flashed back to seeing his mother handing him yet another gum wrapper. Although, they weren't dead it seemed to Neville like they were already gone. He wished that he could get them back completely.

And if tonight is my last what I gotta do?

And if tonight is my last I wanna spend it with you

And if the sky fall's down it's gonna be alright

'Cause I got you here tonight

Luna smiled as she felt the cool ground beneath her feet. She walked her well known path down to the forest. As she walked down the path she reflected to her memories of her mother. She always seemed to be laughing at something – Luna remembered fondly. She could also understand what Luna was talking about. She even knew what Luna wanted even when Luna did not know what she wanted. She let out a sad sigh as she remembered the explosion that had killed her mother and in a way her father as well. It was like he was no longer really there.

If tonight is my last what I gotta do?

(It's gonna be alright, it's gonna be alright)

If tonight is my last I wanna spend it with you

(It's gonna be alright, it's gonna be alright)

And if the sky fall's down it's gonna be alright

(It's gonna be alright, it's gonna be alright)

Because I got you here tonight, here tonight

(It's gonna be alright, it's gonna be alright)

Cedric remembered the last time he had seen his brother. He also remembered the harsh words that he had spit at his brother. His mother had wanted them to stick together while they had been in the alley. Cedric had wanted to go to the Quiditch store while Evan had wanted to go to the bookstore. He yelled at his brother when he had asked him if they could go to the book store after he was done in the Quiditch store. Cedric shouted at him that they had to stay in one spot. The next thing he remembered was the look of surprise on his brother's face when he was hit by the killing curse. He had jumped in front of Cedric and had given his life for his brother despite the fact the moment before the same brother had been yelling at him. Cedric would never forget.

It's gonna be alright

Poppy quietly opened the door to check in on Jamie. Carlisle looked up at her and gave her a pained smile. She knew that Carlisle was not in physical pain but in emotional pain. He was losing his pain and he could feel it happening. She was careful to not invade their space so that Carlisle would not see her as a threat. She changed out the empty vials on the tray for full ones. She spared a glance as she did this to see Carlisle murmuring words to Jamie as her body began to shake. For a brief moment, Poppy closed her eyes. How is it that the good always suffered? How is it that they always died young? She opened her eyes and gave Carlisle a small nod and then left the room.

If an angel came down to me, asked what I would do differently

I would say nothing, you see, I love someone truly

The shaking and trembling began to get worse as the week progressed. On the 6th day Carlisle could feel that it would be her last. As the day progressed the pain worsened, her breathing became sporadic, her fever rose, and she began to cough up blood every minute or so. At midnight, Jamie turned to Carlisle.

"I could have loved you forever," She croaked out. "Goodbye." With those words Carlisle felt her last breath leave her. She was gone.

(A/N: Keep on reading – things are going to heat up more in the next chapter.)