Category: Works in Progress
David Malfoy and his twin sister Diana have a serious problem. After one of their parents' many heated rows, Draco and Ginny Malfoy part. It's worse than ever. Everybody is talking about divorce and even their elder sister has given up hope that their stubborn parents will ever get together again. Diana and David decide that there's only one way to save their parents' marriage: Magic! But something goes horribly wrong and David is transferred to the year 1997, while the seventeen-year-old Draco takes his place in the future. Now it's up to Draco to save his future marriage with the help of his daughters. Pre-HBP!
Malfoy men bond over Weasley women. Canon-compliant, D/G and Scorpius/Rose.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginny Weasley and Draco Malfoy are summoned to the headmaster's office after their children get into a brawl at school.Category: Completed Short Stories
*Final chapter added* Parenting can be overwhelming, even for wizards. Especially when there are teenagers involved. Draco and Ginny, summoned to Hogwarts for a conference with their children's Head of House, share an interlude neither can forget.Category: Completed Short Stories
Were you demanding a clear ending to 'Interlude'? Then this is what you wanted.Category: Completed Short Stories
Draco's got a new friend. Scorpius is not amused. Oh no, not at all.Category: Completed Short Stories
This is a series of (eventually) one hundred scenes from the lives of Draco and Ginny. There is no overarching theme; each of these "chapters" is a stand alone ficlet. Some of them might go together, but we make no promises.Category: Works in Progress
“You mustn’t tell them, Rose! Harry knows but Lily and the boys… you can’t breathe a word…”Category: Works in Progress
When Rose Weasley went to her favorite aunt for advice on how to handle loving someone her family disapproved of, she never dreamed the older woman would have been able to relate so well. In the comfortable safety of her kitchen, Ginevra Potter told her niece everything and swore her to secrecy. But months later, when Ginevra notices that her daughter, Lily, is spending time with Scorpius Malfoy, Ginny realizes too late that the truth can never really be locked away. Children question their parents and their own identities and everyone must confront the past.
In the back of her mind, Ginny had always sensed there would be wild adventures with her and Harry. The early days of their time together–fighting evil and playing sport–felt like lifetimes ago. The most adventuresome thing they had done together in recent memory was a spontaneous shagging in the garden. It was so domestic that it pained her how common they were. The greatest wizard of his generation, and his wife, getting their thrills from a shag in the garden. She had never thought this future would be hers.Category: Long and Completed
Three unlikely people find themselves on the same path to understanding.Category: Completed Short Stories
Draco tells his children about their mother, his wife, and the love of his life.Category: Completed Short Stories
They say the road to Hell is paved with the best of intentions. [Winner of Persephone33's excellent Time Turner '09 contest]Category: Long and Completed
*DH Spoilers* For Severus Snape, who should have had a chance with the girl he loved.Category: Completed Short Stories
And for Draco and Ginny, who deserved a much better ending.
An impossible confrontation and a forbidden confession on an otherwise average Hogsmeade weekend.Category: Completed Short Stories
Category: Completed Short Stories
Or, "A Life in Headlines" ... 'You watch him leave and your heart, what's left of it anyway, follows him out and doesn't look back. You watch your chest rise and fall with gentle breaths (how was it not heaving with heavy sobs?) and expect it to rip open at any minute and show the world the great crater he's left you with.'
A daughter reflects on family traditions, and what she really wants to wish for. A Christmas drabble series from my "Paper Owl" universe.Category: Completed Short Stories
Werewolves in this society are a stigma and that isn't right. I want to find a way to fix that.Category: Works in Progress