An invisible tattoo and a forbidden taboo will forever change the lives of two teenagers and the Wizarding World alike.Category: Works in Progress
The world was not written in black and white, but in shades of gray.
[Read&Review] (por favor!)
Fascinating and well written! Cannot wait for more.
Author's Response: Whewt! Thank you, love.
Sequel to Break in the sun (till the sun breaks down). For a few blissful hours, the differences between them did not matter. But as Draco and Ginny struggle with their budding relationship, they must soon discover that many things separate them still - family, friends and society as well as their own explosive tempers. The future they want for themselves comes at a price, and reconciling what they each want out of life is a challenge that might just break them apart...Category: Works in Progress
I love Christmasy, sweet, fuzzy, playing in the snow chapters.
I kind of like how Draco wants Ginny to be happy even if it's going to cheese of Narcissa.
Great Christmas gift, too, by the by. How can she turn down a broom? (and I loved it that he let her hit the wards - very Draco-esque)
Author's Response: *g* I love sweet and fuzzy, too :) And yes, Draco has his moments, doesn\'t he, when he\'s actually...well, cute. One of his strengths is that he is so very perceptive about others\' feelings and weak spots, and imo, that speaks of more sensitivity than Draco would probably like to admit to *g* He cares about Ginny now. :) But of course that doesn\'t mean there won\'t be trouble again, hee! I\'m happy you like it, thanks.
Everyone makes mistakes. Some people are just better at escaping the consequences- through three centuries at least.Category: Works in Progress
Long live the king.
What vivid imagery, the description of Draco while he slept... and Ginny's reaction to it.. I like this very much... (and am happy that the title has nothing whatsoever to do with the plot) Thanks for the chapter!
Oh, my heavens! How exciting! What a cliffhanger! Is Draco well enough to "take care" of Ginny?
Ginny asks Draco to tell her what she wants to hear. If she believes what he says, does she have anyone to blame but herself? Is it possible he was telling the truth?Category: Completed Short Stories
"she lets me call her Granger." THAT is funny stuff.
Author's Response: Thank you. I thought it was funny and I\'m glad I\'m not alone.
"she lets me call her Granger." THAT is funny stuff.
Author's Response: Thank you again.
The long-term effects of trauma, and of a moment's connection.Category: Completed Short Stories
Or not, depending upon your persepective.
I especially like the line, "but what she saw most was herself, thousands of reflections of the true self that no one else knew." That's very pretty, and a good imagery of what true love involves, in one girls opinion.
Thanks, though. It was worth postponing homework!
I've no idea about the song... I'm rubbish with lyrics... can't wait to hear which it is, though.
Author's Response: Thanks! Worth postponing homework is a high honor indeed.
A silly Draco and Ginny fairy tale.Category: Completed Short Stories
I love fairy tales! Snape was brilliant as the godfather... Narcissa was funny questioning Draco's sexuality, and Draco was hysterical for not "standing to be pooped on."
Funny, funny stuff. Thank you!
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 heavens, this was the best chapter yet! If I wasn't before, I'm certainly a fangirl now. I felt the winds change between Draco and Ginny even before I read your author's notes. Story-altering. Wonderful job.
I think I'm going to cry, Elizabeth! What an emotionally charged chapter. Well done.
Author's Response: Thank you, Carrie :) Glad you liked it.
This is a Christmas story set in the "Little Child to Lead Them" universe. I couldn't decide where I should put it, so it gets it's own page.Category: Completed Short Stories
So sweet. I loved it! You captured the essence of an uncomfortable, unconventional relationship, but tied it up with a neat little bow!
Ginny knows that Draco wants her. How does she convince him that he needs her?Category: Long and Completed
That is the most canon Draco I've read in a long time. Nice story!
Author's Response: Thank you. I was trying something a bit different. I\'m glad you liked it.
Splinters and the power of the barrette. Fun chapter, thank you!
Author's Response: Thank you. I thought it was fun too. In real life, the splinters are a deterrant, but hey, this is fiction.
Isn't it funny how mention of sparkly things can distract a girl from yelling at her boyfriend? I adore the conversation between Ginny and Ron... (I still have exchanges with my Dad that are just like that) and then Draco's response to it. It shows depth of character in him to show empathy for Ron... unexpected, but I liked it!
Author's Response: Thank you. I like to think Draco isn\'t a total prat. If he was he\'d be no fun to grow old with.
Draco is a conundrum to Ginny, as he has all the virtues she dislikes, and none of the vices she admires and yet, she canít help herself but love him.Category: Completed Short Stories
Wow! That was fabulous. I blushed AND felt all warm and fuzzy, too. Nice twist having him hear her declaration by mistake.
She would not look at him. She would not talk to him. And she would certainly never speak to him again. Being a slightly temperamental red head, Ginny Weasely had no problems playing with fire, and instead had been burned by dry ice.Category: Completed Short Stories
One-shot inspired by Thalia's Pleasure and Pain.
"fiery waves flew as she shook her head"... nice... very nice.
Congratulations on your first! To many more!
Author's Response: I\'ll drink to that! *Raises glass* Wouldn\'t have gotten anywhere without your invaluable feedback though. *Gushes*
Five years ago, Ginny and Draco had a secret relationship at Hogwarts. Now, Ginny is engaged to an American Muggle. What will happen when Draco shows up at the engagement party?Category: Long and Completed
So bittersweet... I hate to see divorce, even with fictional characters! But to get to the end I know we all want...
Sweet little Annabelle with her lisp. So cute.
Oh, dear God... I think I'm choking! How STUPID is she?
Loved it loved it, loved it. Draoc's monologue about what it means to be a father was precious.
I love a good story where evil doesn't always get in the way... Thanks!
A piece of me died as I watched her marry him.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh, I am embarrassed that I was *totally* sucked into thinking that this was Draco's POV. I almost stopped reading! Somehow I don't feel *nearly* as sorry for Harry. Yay! So it IS a happy ending!
It is for me, anyway.
Author's Response: Don\' be embarrassed! That\'s the reaction I was hoping for (minus the quitting reading part!), so I\'m glad it worked. Yay, happy endings!
Draco suspects Ginny of having an affair.Category: Works in Progress
Great. Now I'm jealous of a fictional character.
Author's Response: Am I the only one that is ever afraid they might call their husband Draco, in bed? That\'s bad, right? Hmmm, maybe I could just ask him to call me Ginny....
Fun chapter! Well, with the exception of Ginny leaving... but you more than made up for it with Blaise's great dialogue. "Goodbye, not Ron." Perfect.
Author's Response: Thank you. I seem to be getting angsty in this fic, so I try to throw in some humor to balance it.
It wasnít simply her exquisite face, her lustrous hair or her graceful curves that moved the cynical poet within him Ė it was seeing it all bound before him, bent to any of his dark whims, and the slow death of the fire in her eyes that stirred his shadowed soul.Category: Completed Short Stories
Unredeemed!Draco - smut-free, but too dark for firsties.
You know, I've read this more than anyone else, probably, and I STILL say "Yikes". Draco, even at his WORST, is still somehow delicious.
Author's Response: I think that\'s part of what makes him so dangerous. How can I *not* get weak at the knees for dark/dangerous!Draco? And for alliteration... I should perhaps add devious, debonair and dead sexy, too.
You know, I just read this again (and read it aloud to myself) for next month's podcast, and I just say, WOW. It's still the darkest of the Dark. All hail to the queen of Sick and twisted Draco, Miranthridel Bloom. LOVE!
Author's Response: And here I was hoping that [new fic] would be the darkest dark that ever darked!\r\nDo I get a shiny onyx crown?
When Ginny Weasley made her fashion empire, she and Draco Malfoy broke up under less-than-favorable conditions (a flying cup of hot tea was involved). Now, he's worming his way back into her life and her business, and he's determined to win her heart. Ginny, however, is not risking it again after he broke it once before . . . But when Narcissa Malfoy gets personally involved and decides that a close working relationship for a charity benefit is the best way to get them back together, sparks fly, not all of them potentially lethal.Category: Works in Progress
This is very fun. Ginny's last line of this chapter is gold... wonderful! I eagerly await the next installment!
Author's Response: Glad you like it! Generally Ginny\'s one of the hardest characters to write for . . . I can pull inspiration from my friends for all of the other characters (myself, being neurotic, for Hermione), but Ginny\'s a tad difficult.