She complimented him, flirted with him, and wished him luck in his Quidditch games. After a particularly good performance in one of those games, Ron displayed affection for
Probably because J.K.Rowling intended it to be that way. It implies that Ron only dated Lavender because she was a pretty girl who admired him, and because he was interested in getting the physical aspects of a romantic relationship.
Probably because she was a pretty girl he knew and wanted to date him. From the start of Sixth year, she had showed him a lot of interest and it seemed entirely for him and not because he was Harry's friend.
Sure, Lavender's relationship with Ron may have been born out of infatuation, but nobody could deny that she was dedicated. From her enthusiasm for very public affection, to her ill-advised sweetheart necklace gift to Ron, Lavender was committed.
A Gryffindor student and member of Dumbledore's Army, Lavender becomes Ron's girlfriend during the students' sixth year at Hogwarts, and soon becomes known around the Tower for what some would call very public displays of her affection.
Ron first began showing signs of romantic interest in Hermione in their second year; he was irritated by her crush on Professor Gilderoy Lockhart, became so angry that Draco Malfoy called her a "Mudblood" that he tried to hex him, and was even more upset than Harry when she became one of the victims of the basilisk.
She complimented him, flirted with him, and wished him luck in his Quidditch games. After a particularly good performance in one of those games, Ron displayed affection for Lavender as well, grateful for her wishing him luck, and the two had their first kiss and begun to date.
During his sixth year, Harry discovers that he finds Ginny to be a source of constant hilarity. When he is sixteen, Harry develops feelings for Ginny, but it is not her physical attributes that he spends the bulk of his time thinking about; rather, it is her humour.
The most brutal Hermione moment came directly from her jealous rage at Ron for his involvement with Lavender Brown. Not only did her use of this particular spell suggest that she wasn't happy to respect Ron and his romantic choices, but it showed a weirdly aggressive side to her.
The highest breaking point however was when Ron accused her of not believing in his abilities as a Gryffindor Keeper and retaliated with his romantic fling with Lavender, causing Hermione to be jealous.
BECAUSE HERMIONE WAS IN LOVE WITH RON, NOT HARRY. Hermione's feelings for Harry are sibling-like, not romantic. Also, she actually saw Ron and Lavender, while she only heard about Harry and Cho second-hand from Harry.
It wasn't a love potion. Lavender had a crush on Ron, and when they went out, he was just so excited to have someone actually like him like that, so he just went with it. But Ron got sick of her in like the first week.
Harry and his friends are just beginning to experience the complications that inevitably go along with new romantic relationships. Ron is extraordinarily upset to learn that Hermione has kissed Victor Krum and uses his anger as a mask for his true feelings toward his best friend.
Harry was just a friend, so Hermione hugged him in a friendly way. Ron was the future love-interest, and Hermione (now 13 years old) suddenly found herself shy of him.
A further clue about Hermione and Ron's romance can be found in Potions class. When describing the smell of Amortentia, Hermione blushes and won't reveal the third scent. J.K. Rowling has since confirmed that this smell is Ron's hair.
She breaks up with Dean in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, finally winning the affection of the only boy she has ever loved, Harry. Unfortunately for Ginny, Harry ends their relationship to protect her from Voldemort at the end of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
She is the love interest of Ron Weasley. Hermione is a student at Hogwarts and is friends with Harry and Ron. Although it is never outright said, it seems that Hermione and Ron had crushes on each other throughout the entire series. However, at first, neither of them would admit their feelings for the other.
Hermione and Ron were beginning to have romantic feelings for each other, and they held off because hugging would have given conflicting signals.
Viktor Krum had a crush on Hermione and he was an international level Quidditch player.
In a recent interview, J.K. Rowling said that Draco had strong positive feelings for Hermoine, and would always have "lingering" feelings. However, due to his upbringing, he was unable to act on those feelings, and instead made fun of her, gaining some attention that way.
“Harry was constantly crushing on Draco. He just couldn't hide it.” In the books and movies, Harry and Draco are constantly at each other's throats, given that Draco's parents are Voldemort supporters and the evil wizard killed Harry's parents.
Well, in case it skipped your mind, Harry and Hermione shared a kiss – not cause they were in love or dating each other but a manifestation of a Horcrux, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1.
Lavender Brown is Ron Weasley's love interest in "The Half-Blood Prince." Warner Bros. Cave featured most prominently as Lavender in "The Half-Blood Prince," where her character becomes infatuated with Rupert Grint's Ron Weasley and engages in a very pubic, PDA-filled relationship.
She and Ron get very cozy in Book 6, but eventually Ron grows a little tired of her shrieky, giggly, possessive ways. After trying to find a way out of this relationship, Lavender eventually breaks up with him when she sees him spending time with Hermione.
During the Battle, Lavender was attacked by Fenrir Greyback but was saved by Harry and Hermione. Although she was scratched on the neck, much like Bill Weasley, she only developed wolfish tendencies and didn't turn into a full werewolf. After the war, Lavender and Seamus married and settled down in Rowena Hollow.