Character Bio: Laetitia Parkinson
Laetitia Parkinson is Horatio Parkinson's aunt by marriage, and great-aunt to Horatio's daughter Pansy. Back when Laetitia (then Laetitia Tower) was a dewy young thing, she married a wizard named Roland Parkinson. Roland happened to be quite a fan of big game hunting -- unfortunately he perished during an African safari while attempting to bag an erumpent, and Laetitia found herself a childless widow. Since that time, Laetitia's main profession has been the shrewd management of her late husband's finances and her own funds, which are not that paltry, either.
When Laetitia was in her prime, there were many others whose faces were fairer than hers -- although to be sure she's not an unpleasant-featured woman to look at, at all. Her pride and joy, however, lay in being the possessor of a truly magnificent torso, thin waist and generous hips. As the years have passed, Laetitia's waist has thickened and her hips are a bit more generous now than they used to be, but she still possesses a highly enviable bosom.
In July 1996, Laetitia accepted the offer of her nephew Horatio and his wife Chrysanthea to serve as official chaperone to their newly-betrothed daughter Pansy. Laetitia good-naturedly escorted her teenaged charge around, dispensing the appropriate sniffs of disapproval, polite attention-getting coughs, and discretely looking the other way when Pansy and her fiance' Draco Malfoy held hands and murmured to each other. All was going well.
Things changed when Pansy persuaded her father to let her attend the trial of Pansy's father-in-law-to-be, Lucius Malfoy. Of course Laetitia went with Pansy so that the young witch wouldn't be unaccompanied in public. But Fate happened to place in Laetitia's path none other than lesser Death Eater Randolph Dieter. He was supposed to be watching the trial in order to report back to the Dark Lord himself, but Dieter couldn't help but catch sight of Laetitia's fine figure. Using his charm and masculine wiles, Dieter persuaded Laetitia to stroll with him during a lunch recess of the trial, and from there the pair's path led them to a convenient broom cupboard, wherein Dieter reawoke the delicious mysteries of Laetitia's womanhood which had been forgotten for so long.
What scandalous twists to the tale will come next? Will the Parkinson parents sack Laetitia as Pansy's chaperone because of this randy misadventure? Will Dieter make good on his promise to 'see you again soon, baby', or was their liaison solely a one-afternoon-stand? Find out in the gripping saga of...after_survivor
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