...imself to his feet he ran over to find Luna Lovegood in a garden full of flowers.
Luna looked lovely with her long blonde hair, her pale skin and round breasts hidden by the bright yellow sun dress she had on. Hearing his approach she looked up and smiled. "Hello Harry. I'm glad you could make it." She stood up and walked over to him.
"Hi Luna." He waved briefly. "I knocked on your door but nobody answered so I came around here."
"But I wasn't in the house." She answered. "So I couldn't possibly have heard you knocking."
"I know Luna. It's just what people normally do."
She titled her head to the side. "Is it normal to wait outside on the off chance I could be inside? I prefer to spend my time outside in my garden than inside that stuffy house."
Harry's gaze was momentarily drawn to the house before going back to Luna. "I think I know what you mean. But anyway I got your letter; is it true you have the…"
"The magic holder?" She finished his sentence. "Yes, it's in the house. Follow me." Harry followed behind the blonde girl as she headed inside. "Daddy and I didn't even know what it was until Hermione told me. We had assumed it was a device used to record Snorlak movements."
Opening the door (it wasn't locked) Luna walked inside. Harry did his best not to run into any of the strange objects situated around the room. Luna disappeared for a moment then reappeared carrying a clear spherical object twice the size of a basketball.
She put it down on a nearby table ...