In which Ginny attempts to cope with the perils of pro-active dating, and Draco is a merciless tease. Banter - among other things - ensue.Category: Completed Short Stories
“Let go!” I wail, pulling back from him with a frustrated cry. “I’ve got detention with Carrow and I can’t be late! Please just let go of me!”Category: Long and Completed
He immediately releases me, his expression suddenly darkening. “Oh.” It’s all he can say. We both know what those detentions really are.
Ginny Weasley’s sixth year at Hogwarts is not at all what she expected. Harry’s gone to do something dangerous again, Death Eaters are teachers, and the cruciatus curse is a favorite punishment for misbehaving students… and blood-traitors. Dark but humorous, riddled with both angst and fluff, the events of Deathly Hallows told from Ginny’s point of view without the epilogue.
Written for jessicakmalfoy. Winner of Best Overall of the 2009 D/G Fic Exchange and Best Portrayal of Ginny Weasley. Nominated for Best Portrayal of Draco Malfoy and Best Kiss.
Endless thanks for the beta-ing to Jaden Malfoy.
No matter how much has changed since Draco and Ginny were last together, she will never be able to let him go. So she returns to Malfoy Manor to find him... but there have been even more changes than she expected. Originally written for a Christmas challenge at the FFN forum.Category: Works in Progress
Chapter THREE Quote of the Day:
"I can't blame anyone anymore," said Draco, still not looking at her. "I haven't the energy, I suppose."
Ginny turned on him then, unable to bear the impasse a moment longer. "What rubbish. You've got the energy to mope around and feel sorry for yourself, don't you?"
A faint color began to rise in his cheeks. "I've lost the ancestral seat of the Malfoys and most of the money to boot, not six months ago. And I'm lucky I'm not rotting in Azkaban into the bargain. I'm not feeling sorry for myself."
"Then you're doing a bloody good imitation," she retorted.
Category: Completed Short Stories
”Draco Malfoy catches the snitch!”
Ginny was furious.
“Victory for Slytherin as they win the House Cup!”
”Malfoy’s off on his victory lap while the Gryffindor players run off the pitch in shame.”
Her hands shook with rage.
”What’s this? Ginny Weasley is—oh! Great right-hook! Almost took Malfoy off his broom in one swing!”
Quidditch rivals to locker-room hate sex. That’s it. That’s the plot.
No one ever knew what they would get when Draco Malfoy and Ginevra Weasley were in court, pitted against one another. But when one witness breeds jealousy between the two opposing attorneys, the shirts come off and skirts drop. A courtroom drama featuring shenanigans and a case of impotence.Category: Long and Completed
Written for alura_embrey for the 2011 DG Fic Exchange. Winner of Best Smut.
A guide to people, places, and things in the DDD-verse, this manual can help to negotiate through the thicket of plotty goodness that is the DDD-verse. (Watch out for rabid plot bunnies!) Chapter summaries and timeline included! Free chocolately Draco prize inside! WARNING: Extreme spoilers, obviously. Do NOT read this without reading DDD first.Category: Works in Progress
Summaries for chapters 98 to the end so that we're all caught up! And as a VERY special treat… a cookie from the first chapter of the sequel to DDD.
When Ginny pulls the plug on her not so fairytale marriage, she accepts an offer from her now ex-husband's partner that will end up changing both of their lives.Category: Works in Progress
When Harry Potter leaves to go Horcrux-hunting with the Golden Trio, a scorned Ginny Weasley faces the prospect of a sixth year rife with loneliness. When an opportunity for revenge against the boy who broke her heart presents itself, she can't help but take it, even if it requires becoming involved with her sworn enemy. But games of love never turn out as they are intended, and Ginny may be putting her heart in more danger than ever before...Category: Works in Progress
Draco is looking for an engagement ring for Astoria, but is it really what he wants? Ginny will help him find out...Category: Long and Completed
When Ginny attends a Ministry function, she expects her usual, run of the mill misery. However, when her parents seem to be plotting something with the Malfoys and a special guest makes an appearance, she realizes that the ball will be anything but normal.Category: Completed Short Stories
Written for midnight_birth for the DG Fic Exchange 2011.
Ginny Weasley worked in security for an exclusive shop. Following a robbery, an unknown combination of spells leaves her mind in someone else's body.Category: Completed Short Stories
Fiery and stubborn Ginny Weasley is forced to be partners on an assignment for the Ministry with the elusive, self-righteous, and impossibly handsome Lord Draco Malfoy. They step into a world of magic, secrets, legends, and mystery. Little do they know what they are getting into..Category: Works in Progress
Ginny doesn't recognize the room she wakes up in. The same cannot be said for the man she wakes up next to. If only she could remember what happened the night before.Category: Long and Completed
Autumn doesn't always mean death. It can mean life as well.Category: Completed Short Stories
An amusement park based on the Tudor dynasty sounded like a good idea when George and Luna first proposed it to Ginny. But nobody counted on insufficient codpieces, Styrofoam beheadings, random roller coasters, and above all, Draco Malfoy…Category: Works in Progress
Chapter 7 quote of the day:
Harry suddenly took her hands in his. “I’m not going to fail you again. You don’t need Malfoy to play the king; I’ll do it. I had no right to tell you I wouldn’t.”
His hands were warm and firm and strong, and he was talented with them, too, she thought. Nothing like Draco, of course. But then, she couldn’t imagine anyone else being like Draco.
“Ginny, come with me,” he repeated. “Give me another chance. With this. With everything. Let me show you how happy I can make you, happier than Malfoy ever could.”
If she thought of it in terms of simple, uncomplicated contentment, thought Ginny, he might even be right. Everything would be easy and even with Harry, no storms of emotion, no soaring heights, no miserable depths.
Ginny Weasley's life has been engulfed by a vibrant swirl of color ever since the day she was born- everything from her family to her House to her own personality is as vivid and fiery as the hair that tumbles across her shoulders. Maybe that's why she can't help but be drawn to the boy whose personality and life has been as cold and colorless as his piercing grey eyes. DG winter fluff.Category: Completed Short Stories
After a year playing Quidditch for the Harpies, Ginny finds herself whisked off to Italy for a summer holiday by none other than dear Aunt Muriel. Although Ginny might welcome a holiday, Muriel is not the best of traveling companions. And when one Draco Malfoy comes rather literally tumbling into the scene, will this prove to be the nightmare holiday Ginny envisions, or something else entirely?Category: Works in Progress
Worlds collide when Draco and Ginny make a desperate attempt to keep Voldemort from rising in an alternate reality. But first, they must confront the sinister secrets of their shared past... in both our world and their own. And some of those secrets are dark indeed.Category: Works in Progress
Chapter 4 Quote:
Ginny looked at Draco narrowly as a new thought struck her. “Or maybe you’re letting me talk to your lawyer for free because you expect me to do something for you. I think you know what I mean!”
“I didn’t say—”
“Because if you’re thinking that, then you can just forget it right now.” Just in case he wasn’t planning to trade free legal advice for sex, she decided not to spell anything out. But after all, she was now the girl next door whenever he happened to stop by his property in Sunol. If he wanted a quickie on his way to or from San Jose, she’d be convenient and available. A lot like a drive-through Starbucks, in fact. She could be his triple latte with nonfat milk and three Splendas. Ooh! Before she could really work herself into an irritated rage, he spoke again.
“Yes, I know what you mean, and believe me, I’m not thinking it.” Draco stopped short, but Ginny was sure about the rest of what he’d wanted to say. I have dozens of incredibly experienced and sophisticated girlfriends at my disposal, and they all practice exotic sexual techniques, wear Manolos, and carry Kate Spade handbags. Why would I be interested in a girl who drives a 1989 Honda Odyssey and has callused hands?
Draco and Ginny at the Burrow for Yule! Throw in tense dinners, shocking family secrets, Santa suits, and a dragon or two… what could possibly go wrong?Category: Works in Progress
A Cookie From Chapter 27:
“I already know you’re not noble, Draco,” she was saying, punctuating her words with a stab of her finger now and then. “You’re not going to do anything for abstract, high-minded sorts of reasons.”
“You’re certainly right about that,” he said, sitting next to her, his voice teasing and light, his arm round her splendid bare shoulders. He had no idea how they’d got onto this sticky topic in the first place, but he was more than ready to leave it and move on to more pleasant pursuits. “You know me so well.”
“Oh, I do,” she said. Something about the look in her golden eyes disturbed him, though, or perhaps it was the heavy sound of her voice.
“Do put that drink on a flat surface, Ginny,” he said, plucking the glass out of her hand, still keeping his tone neutral.
“I wouldn’t want to stain your lovely new sofa, Draco.” She gave a strange little laugh. “How awful that would be.” “Er…” Draco always felt a bit guilty when he looked at that sofa. It was by far the newest item in his rooms; every other bit of furniture was a grand, imposing antique that had been in the family for generations. He’d bought it in a rebellious moment, wanting something for himself and Ginny to sit on that didn’t carry the weight of Malfoy tradition. But it was utterly different from everything else in the manor, and he wasn’t entirely sure how well cleaning charms matched to Malfoy furniture worked on new white leather.
“It doesn’t really fit in here, does it?” asked Ginny, with her trick of catching his train of thought all on her own.
“Ah…” What on earth is she getting at? He wondered. “Perhaps not, but I rather like it,” he settled for saying.
She put her drink down on the coffee table carefully, centering the glass on a coaster, and she looked at him directly. “Do I fit in here?”
Draco could feel himself starting to break out in a sweat, even though the room, like all the rooms in the Manor, was always rather cold.
Looking for a normal, happy Christmas, Draco stumbles across the Christmas party of the year and discovers that normalcy is overrated.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginny shows Draco how to have a Weasley birthday.Category: Completed Short Stories
A few years after the war and Voldemort's fall, Draco: a former Death Eater struggles to recover his reputation as a decent and improved new man as a Ministry low-rank employee. Meanwhile, he gladly reencounters an also new Ginny Weasley. Despite his inner instincts to mock her recent break-up with Potter, upon meeting her opaque, beautiful amber eyes, he finds himself attracted to her darker self. But Ginny, just as Draco, needs more than attraction, she needs to find the fire she long lost, and, who would have thought that icy Malfoy would be that right man to rekindle her spirit?Category: Works in Progress
The line between what's right and what's easy is often a blurry one.Category: Works in Progress
The Battle of Hogwarts ended in the early hours of May 2nd, 1998 with Voldemort falling and the sun rising. After the battle, Ginny doesn't know how to cope. One-shot.Category: Completed Short Stories
After Harry betrayed Ginny, Ginny's life surprisingly took a turn for the better. Her career as Chaser skyrockets, hitting Ginny into fame and fortune. But when an unexpected lover enters her life, will his addiction to gambling and ties with the mob be Ginny's downfall?Category: Works in Progress