WEFOUNDAccidental Thoughts (Firesetter Book 7)


Title: The Accidental Bond
Rating: PG-15, A/U
Pairing: Harry/multi
Summary: Harry finds that his "saving people thing" is a power of its own, capable of bonding single witches to him if their life is in mortal danger, with unusual results.

((A/N: I will follow the books at times, and if you find sections of text in bold, those passages are quoted from the appropriate book, written by JKR. I will keep that to a minimum and probably only in the first chapter, but sometimes, the original text just works so well to set up my story. :)

I had not ever planned on doing a true "multi" story, but this idea just wouldn't leave me alone. Also, while mature themes will occasionally come along, there will be no explicit scenes, although I may imply a lot and leave the rest up to your imagination.

Title: The Accidental Bond
Rating: PG-15, A/U
Pairing: Harry/multi
Summary: Harry finds that his "saving people thing" is a power of its own, capable of bonding single witches to him if their life is in mortal danger, with unusual results.

((A/N: I will follow the books at times, and if you find sections of text in bold, those passages are quoted from the appropriate book, written by JKR. I will keep that to a minimum and probably only in the first chapter, but sometimes, the original text just works so well to set up my story. :)

I had not ever planned on doing a true "multi" story, but this idea just wouldn't leave me alone. Also, while mature themes will occasionally come along, there will be no explicit scenes, although I may imply a lot and leave the rest up to your imagination.

From the chance discovery of quinine as a malaria treatment in the 17th century to Alexander Fleming's accidental encounter with penicillium mold in 1928, some of medicine's most important advances have occurred through serendipity. Read about seven of them here.

Accidents in medicine: The idea sends chills down your spine as you conjure up thoughts of misdiagnoses, mistakenly prescribed drugs, and wrongly amputated limbs. Yet while accidents in the examining room or on the operating table can be regrettable, even tragic, those that occur in the laboratory can sometimes lead to spectacular advances, life-saving treatments, and Nobel Prizes.

A seemingly insignificant finding by one researcher leads to a breakthrough discovery by another; a physician methodically pursuing the answer to a medical conundrum over many years suddenly has a "Eureka" moment; a scientist who chooses to study a contaminant in his culture rather than tossing it out stumbles upon something entirely new. Consider the following historic cases:


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