Draco did not have any feelings towards Hermione, most likely due to his family’s beliefs tied to the blood status of witches and wizards. At the very most, from the context of the books, we can conclude that the emotion Draco felt towards Hermione was respect. After all, she was always something he strived to…
He was essentially a good person with a terrible personality… So Draco wasn’t the nicest person we’ve ever come across, let’s be honest: he was narrow-minded and could be a bit of an idiot, spiteful and well, we could go on. But when it came to Draco, Harry sometimes behaved in a similar way.
Draco Malfoy serves as the secondary antagonist of the The Sorcerer’s Stone, a major antagonist in The Chamber of Secrets and The Prisoner of Azkaban, a supporting antagonist in The Goblet of Fire and Order of the Phoenix, the secondary antagonist of The Half-Blood Prince and an anti-villain in The Deathly Hallows.
There’s one particular timeline where Ron and Hermione never ended up married, which causes huge ramifications for their adult personalities. The only problem with that scenario is that it was Ron who happily married Padma Patil, and Hermione remained single.Aug 11, 2016