Two and a half years after his failure to kill Albus Dumbledore, Draco has long been accepted back into the ranks of the Death Eaters. He is still obsessively searching for the rebel Ginny Weasley, but he hides that secret well. When she is found one snowy December night, he smuggles her onto the Death Eaters? train with him. And he begins to learn that nothing will ever be the same again?Category: Works in Progress
Evil, evil woman! After having read so far (suffering my work like the ever procrastinating student) I almost forgot the lovely D/G smut at the beginning of the story...almost. GIMME MORE!
heheh, can't wait to read the next chapter.
Ginny sleeps, surrounded by people, because she cannot sleep alone.Category: Completed Short Stories
Short, sweet and pleasantly surreal. I especially love your introduction: She sleeps, surrounded by people, because she cannot sleep alone.
“Why do you paint the flowers? And then these dark, terrible scenes, Draco?” she whispered.
Reminds me of Aerith selling flowers on the street corner when Cloud found her. It's an indelible scene.
Author's Response: Final Fantasy VII!! Heh! Thanks so much for your reply!
(DH spoilers!) Some speculated that Fred and George were training her to take over someday, that she was their protégé and the heiress of Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes. The only one Fred and George would see as worthy to take over, people said. ( 7th year, Rated Naughty just in case.)Category: Works in Progress
Sarcastic Ginny -- me likes =)
Author's Response: Oh I adore writing it, you have no idea!
Post HBP warfic. Can two people find comfort in one of the darkest times and places?Category: Completed Short Stories
Amazing. Simply amazing. Words can't describe the highs and lows this fic put me through. It was an emotional roller-coaster ride, and I am so glad I went on it.
Such haunting and beautiful imagery. I was preparing myself for the worst, for the sad ending. I was going to commend you on it and then quickly read a fluffy fic, but you made my heart soar when you gave it a happy ending. You wrote this in a way where either happy or sad ending would work, and I am so very appreciative that you took the happy route. My heart is still a mixture of heavy and light.
Wonderful, amazing job. Thank you so much for writing this.
After an unexpected attack on Hogsmeade takes the lives of several loved ones, Ginny Weasley is left with only grief as a remnant of war. But what she never anticipated, in the wake of all the tragedy, was to find her will to live again in the form of a bawling, grey-eyed baby left to die in the wreckage of battle... the baby of Draco Malfoy. REVISED VERSION.Category: Long and Completed
Oh my stars! this is my favourite chapter. Ron and Tracey arguing over who will deliver the baby, and Malfoy diving in front of a spell so that he would no longer be indebted to Hermione -- I was laughing my arse off! It literally fell off from all the laughter. Ginny trying to slap Malfoy awake was a nice touch too! :P
My favourite line from the next chapter is when Draco wakes up and asks Ginny what happened and she tells him he saved Hermione's life. His response:
“I did? Oh, thank Merlin,” he breathed, shutting his eyes momentarily. “We’re even, Granger.”
Priceless! --Now for me to read the rest.
Author's Response: I'm glad to hear you liked this chapter; it was a lot of fun to write!
Ron is alive! I know it! Maybe Harry saved him ...somehow. :P
Also, are we ever going to find out where Harry went and who this Greengrass person is and what she was doing snooping around? It'd be kinda neat if we discovered that where Harry was hiding all along was *inside* the Ministry. Of course you would have to be able to explain *how* he could hide in the Ministry, undetected...
Keep up the writing! :)
Author's Response: All I can say, don't count Ron out! As far as I'm concerned, anyone whose body has not been found could still be out there somewhere... ;) We are definitely going to find out about Harry and Daphne - where they've been, what they've been up to. It won't be for a little while, though, in fact, it may not even be until the sequel of this fic. Thanks for reading and reviewing!
Oh and I think I know who Harry's Secret Keeper is! *grins* I shan't give it away, but I can bet my hat that it isn't a Gryffindor or Draco.
Yay! Pansy is in the fic! Normally I write Pansy as a foil to Ginny, but I love to see her actually utilised outside of the played-out cliché. Bravo!
Author's Response: Yeah, I love using Pansy :D I like writing her as maybe not-as-mean as she seems.
That was a lovely chapter. I am REALLY in the mood for some D/G action though! *hint hint* =)
Author's Response: He he, there will be some action soon, though not in the next chapter.
A conversation Draco overhears sends him into a fit of rage.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh, this really lightened my mood today. I am so very glad I read this. Draco is such a braggart. Lol. So cute.
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad you liked it!
Draco and Ginny hate each other with a passion. The end. Well, no, not really.Category: Long and Completed
festoonery -- Nice.
Lovely little set up. The banter is already going. I can see this will make for a delightful and entertaining read.
"Good. I'd hate for my last words to be some variation of 'Fuck you, Malfoy'."
Oh, yes, I can already tell this will be wonderful. Lol.
"A gentleman would sleep on the floor."
"No, an idiot would sleep on the floor. A gentleman would merely keep his hands to himself."
HA HA! This is awesome. Wow, you've got spectacular banter going on here. And I love how everything is progressing slowly. Nice.
*giggles* Morning wood. How cute. I'm sure that will become more of a problem the longer they stay there...please tell me they stay there longer. ^_~
"I call it my ignorant chump look." -- Okay, I actually howled with laughter at that, the entire glamour scene.
Have I mentioned that I love the banter in this? Draco is hilarious and Ginny has her moments too. Everything is progressing smoothly.
Flamethrowers! Lol. Hahah, I love how Ginny is so easily able to dupe someone like Draco. I love it. I love how in this chapter it is Ginny starting to realise she somewhat likes Ginny and so in order to assuage these feelings, she starts a fight with him. Lol. Much like how in the last chapter Draco had ruined their "moment" to return things to a sense of normalcy. Bravo!
Okay, this was just an adorable chapter--even the duelling scene. I have nothing to say but 'Awwwwwwwwww'.
Of course we'd get the perfect kiss, and Draco's ruin it by saying something stupid. Then Ginny acts like a child (understandable) and disappears. Well, I'd complain that you left it on a cliffie, but you finished the story so I can just move on to the last chapter. ^_^
I loved this story. Love, love, LOVED it. You really have a way with banter/dialogue. So funny, witty, and romance. A truly delightful read that will be favourited and read again when I am in the need for humour and fluff! ^_~
Draco took upon himself the role of a chastity-belt when it comes to one Miss Weasley. Zealously devoted to his job, perhaps he’d developed the tendency of going a bit too far.Category: Completed Short Stories
HAHA! Brilliant! This is absolutely hilarious. This is a fic you can come back to over and over again for a good laugh.
Well done and thank you!
She knew what the Order would think, if they could see her: Poor Ginny Weasley, who had been seduced by darkness. Well, the truth was, darkness hadn’t really had to try very hard.Category: Completed Short Stories
First in the 'His' trilogy
Beautiful and haunting. I loved this.
She pitied all those who had never known what it was to be loved by a murderer.
This line disturbed the hell out of me, but it was fitting.
Every description of his hands and how they used them on her just made my heart melt. This is an excellent bitter-sweet one-shot. Well done.
“There’s this mirror,” she told him. “And I need to use it.”Category: Completed Short Stories
Winner of Darkest Fic and Best Interpretation of the Prompt at the 2008 D/G Fic Exchange.
I must say that I do plan on reviewing all of your work, as I have read each story you have posted here. Right now, though, I want to share, with you, my thoughts and feelings…
For the most part, I am speechless. I am unsure of what to say, how to phrase, how to praise, or how to critique. I can offer concrit of the most general kind—grammar, punctuation, syntax—but this means nothing, in the end, because it is the way you are able to insert the reader into your stories by offering simple yet compelling imagery—a sense of belonging—that makes me feel as though I have nothing to add but praise.
Your characters, your plots—they tear into my gut like a knife—they make me feel pain, yet they also make me feel alive. It’s like I have lost a piece of myself in each one of your stories. You have re-ignited a desire for reading fanfiction.
Simply put, I adore your style and hope that you will write more. Until next time…
The idea of "renting" her soul out to anyone - let alone a former Slytherin nemesis - did not sit well with Ginny Weasley. But circumstances always tend to go askew and when she finds herself in a dire position, Ginny has no choice but to relent, accepting the deal and the seven wishes offered as payment.Category: Long and Completed
The story might start out awkward or abrupt for some, but the premise behind it is brilliant. In the first chapter, I was slightly doubting Draco and Ginny's personalities, but I read on because your plot was intriguing and your writing is fantastic. I was not disappointed. You definitely made those two characters shine through as how I would normally envision them--albeit, Draco is a little mad, and Ginny is a tad bipolar (but I love it). Each chapter just got better and better. Really, wonderful job with this plot. Fabulous.
Here's a snippet that made me giggle: "I was also dangerously tempted to show them my own Dark Mark and start cackling maniacally while closing in on them and murmuring stuff about candy houses and baked children, when they at last got the clue and buggered the hell away from my property."
This was a simply entertaining read and was very well-written. Thank you for writing it.
Ginny wakes with no memory. Should she believe the blond man with the gray eyes? Why would he lie to her?Category: Works in Progress
*sigh* This is such a lovely and mysterious story. I can already see poor Draco's heart being ripped in half by Ginevra (as he deserves but you can't help but pity him for it).
Draco doesn't remember their past together, and now she's just a Weasley to him. Ginny will do anything -jump through all the hoops, pose as an interior decorator, tap dance -ANYTHING- to break the spell that erased his memory and make him love her again.Category: Long and Completed
Aww, so cute. And, finally, a story where Ron isn't a complete arse!
LOL! Thanks! ^_^ I'm glad you're enjoying it! And yes, Ron...well, I wasn't much of a Ron fan until I started writing D/G, ironically. :D
Thanks for reviewing!
Draco is proud and prejudiced, but he might not be the only one.Category: Works in Progress
Priceless. I was always more of a Jane Eyre fan, but P&P fits Draco and Ginny so well. I may be forced to read P&P again! However, this story is much more delectable.
This shall be favourited. Please continue. :)
Author's Response: Yay! I'm really glad you like it! I read Jane Eyre AGES ago and LOVED it because of how it made me cry. Then I started to hate books (and movies) that made me cry, so it's not on my faves list anymore but there's no question that it's a classic.
I am delightfully giddy! I love the little battle of wills between Ginny and Draco. Please do continue on.
Author's Response: "Delightfully giddy," -- I like that. Your review made me delightfully giddy myself. ;)