No matter how badly you feel, sometimes smiles are the best medicine.Category: Completed Short Stories
She knew it would take less than minutes for her whole body to tense up and go into a shock that she may never recover from. But that was the idea, wasn’t it? She didn’t want to recover from this.Category: Completed Short Stories
The line between what's right and what's easy is often a blurry one.Category: Works in Progress
Ginny Weasley had finally grown up. That little girl who dreamed of a fairytale wedding with her one true prince was gone. And good riddance. She didn't care about any of that now. No, really, she didn't.Category: Works in Progress
Chapter 5 Snippet:
"Honestly, sometimes I haven't a clue what to do with you," he muttered before downing the rest of his wine.
"I don't know about that," she said with a playful waggle of her eyebrows. "Experience says you seem to be fairly knowledgeable in that area."
He latched onto the line as she knew he would, irritation giving way to a wicked gleam in his eyes. "Really now, but how long has it been? Perhaps we should refresh your memory just to be sure."
"Have you heard the rumours?" he demanded, folding his arms across his chest.Category: Completed Short Stories
"I hear a lot of rumours, Malfoy," she said bluntly. "You're going to have to be a bit more specific than that."
"Fine. I want to know why it is that everyone seems to think you and I were kissing behind the changing rooms on Friday."
"Oh, that." She shrugged. "I don't know. I can't say I really care either."
"Weasley," he said in a voice dripping with mockery, "what have you done to your hair?"Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginny groaned and released the red strands, raising her face just enough to glower at him. "What do you think, you idiot?"
"I don't know," he responded, and his lips curved into a smirk. "I can't profess to comprehend the minds of plebeians such as yourself; for all I know you might think that travesty you call a hairstyle is actually fashionable. I mean, you dated Potter. That says it all."
Working for the Department of Mysteries teaches Draco Malfoy many things: Play the man. Everyone lies. Collateral damage is inevitable. But when he's the man being played and Ginny Weasley becomes collateral damage - well, you know what they say. All's fair in love, war, and hard and dirty politics.Category: Works in Progress
Ginny is stuck in a terrible relationship with Harry, and is being haunted by the memory of a man from her past. Can Ginny find the strength to put herself first?Category: Works in Progress
During her sixth year at Hogwarts, Ginny wrestles with her recent breakup with Harry and whether she should stay true to him.Category: Works in Progress
Ginny Weasley has a habit of getting into trouble, and for reasons she doesn’t know, Draco Malfoy has a habit of getting her out of trouble. When Ginny finds herself desperate to spend the holidays away from her family, it seems she might just have a chance to discover those reasons for herself.Category: Long and Completed
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Ginny fled the wizarding world when betrayal, deception, and heartbreak tore apart her life. A year later, she lives and works as a Muggle-- and the co-owner of Athena's Saucy Shoppe of Salacious Delights. But she's about to learn that it isn't so easy to leave the past behind... especially when it comes packaged in the person of Draco Malfoy.
Chapter TWENTY Quote of the Day:
Ginny tried again, deciding that it was time for her glowering blond companion to help her out whether he wanted to not.
“It’s so great to catch up with old friends, Draco. Don’t you think?” She jabbed Draco lightly in the ribs under cover of darkness.
Draco clamped his hand around her waist like a band of iron. Oh, no, Ginny thought despairingly. This was not going well.
"She's mine alone,” said Draco.
"But she's got other customers, right?" asked Theo.
"She is not to be shared,” said Draco. “I… ah… don't share my toys. You ought to remember that, Nott.”
"But if she's no more than a toy, then it shouldn't matter." Nott's expression was turning crafty. Suddenly, Ginny had a very, very bad feeling about what might happen next.
“Seems as if you shouldn’t mind sharing Ginny with me, don’t you think, Malfoy? After all we’ve been through together? You know what I mean, don’t you?”
As the unintended Captain of the most despised Auror squad, can Draco Malfoy lead his band of Slytherins through Death Eater attacks and threats from the Ministry? Definitely not. At least, not without the help of his reluctant Lieutenant: Ginny Weasley. Inconveniently, the last person he'd ever ask.Category: Long and Completed
For Ginny Weasley, being thirty-two years old and divorced while struggling to raise a teenage son on her own, romance just isn't on the map. But when help comes from the most unexpected source she has to re-examine her priorities. Draco Malfoy has it all, the house, the job and the perfect son, but when he meets Ginny Weasley again he realizes all of what he never had.Category: Long and Completed
When Ginny wakes up as a patient—and Draco Malfoy's roommate—in St. Mungo's, all she has are questions. Without answers, they turn to each other to stay sane, but the edge of madness looms close. In the Janus Thickey Ward, it's impossible to hide from what you are.Category: Long and Completed
Written for SunnyStorms in the DG Forum's Summer 2013 Fic Exchange, and winner of the Most Creative, Best Response to the Prompt, and Best Characterization of Draco awards. :)
When Draco opens Malfoy Manor to the public as a haunted house attraction, Ginny must find out what the notorious recluse is up to. Written for the "This is Halloween, This is Halloween, La la la!" Challenge on The DG Forum. Complete as a one-shot. Please read the story/chapter notes about warnings.Category: Completed Short Stories
Three unlikely people find themselves on the same path to understanding.Category: Completed Short Stories