Ginny Weasley is sent to stay with her grandparents until the war ends, as her parents want to keep her out of harm's way. Her grandparents have another guest, another person in hiding, and a relationship quickly blossoms between them. However, with the war and so many secrets around them, Ginny isn't sure how to make it work. Fluffy occasionally, but things can't always be perfect, can they? Decisions have to be made and consequences dealt with.Category: Works in Progress
For a fleeting moment, she imagined that they would never hear from their families again, that they would remain together in Tuscany until they were old and gray, with great-grandchildren. Much to her surprise, the thought didn’t make her as sad as she thought it should.
Oh no, I love this story and now it's so sad :( Please make it happy again!
Author's Response: it still says fluffy in the description, so you don't have to worry. too much! LOL
What really happened in the DH Epilogue of Doom. Poor, poor Harry, so very clueless...Category: Works in Progress
Chapter SIXTY-NINE quote of the day:
Ginny scowled at him. “You don’t know me very well.”
Draco shook his head, his eyes more sorrowful than ever. “No. I don’t. Eternity wouldn’t be long enough for that.”
“Why do I feel as if we’ve suddenly wandered into the set of a men’s cologne commercial?” complained Lucifer.
“Can’t you keep your damn mouth shut, Lucifer?” spat Draco.
“Please… really… I don’t think you should talk to him that way,” whispered Ginny.
I loved this chapter :) It was very beautiful. I don't think we get to see too much about Arthur in the regular series as well as fanfic. I think Molly and Arthur were a couple of years ahead of Lucius and Narcissa in school, but that's okay...it's still a sweet pairing. I've seen Molly and Lucius before.
I liked this chapter...even though it was kind of odd to see an older Ginny and a teenage Draco getting it on. But you made it sweet at the same time.
Ginny is twenty four, and the war rages on. Draco is a Death Eater, and he needs her help. Of course, he doesn't give her a choice. Now she's surrounded by the enemy. She begins to see that not everything is black and white. Can she come to terms with her new role in his life?Category: Works in Progress
I love this story :)
Author's Response: Thank you. : )
History tends to repeat itself and someone always needs protecting.Category: Completed Short Stories
I love it!
Author's Response: Thank you for reading and reviewing! It means a lot to know that you enjoyed it.
Post-DH. A look at Draco and Ginny's life post-Hogwarts. (With some references to the epilogue).Category: Completed Short Stories
I love it! It's really sweet.
DH SPOILERS!! Three years after the war ends, the Malfoys are trying to make up for their past. What happens when they find out they have more to fix than they thought? And how exactly are the Weasleys involved?Category: Works in Progress
I like it! Good work.
Author's Response: Thank you!
Every day Draco and Ginny take walks. Even though they are physically apart, those are the only times they share.Category: Completed Short Stories
Very nice! I liked it a lot.
Author's Response: Thanks so much!!
Light-hearted and fun. Ginny Weasley finds herself the target of a bit of manipulation while helping Narcissa Malfoy plan her 25th anniversary ball until mischief and a little mayhem land her squarely in a Cinderella situation. Romance abounds, with a litle help from the faeries. Winner - Best Portrayal of Ginny Weasley - 2008 dg ficexchange.Category: Long and Completed
I loved it :)
Author's Response: Thank you!!!
Hired by the Malfoys to manage their public relations after a bout of bad press, Ginny discovers that some relationships just aren't meant to stay strictly professional.Category: Long and Completed
Good story...I like the bantering between Blaise and Draco.
Author's Response: Thank you!
Beautiful ending :)
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Convicted and incarcerated after the war, Draco is unexpectedly given a new lease on life.Category: Works in Progress
I love the way this is written! And I love the AD reference :D
Author's Response: Thanks so much! Heh, AD should be referenced at any and all available opportunities as far as I'm concerned. :)