Whats up with Draco? And why can't Ginny finish her potions essay? And why DOES wolfsbane give pregnant dungbeetles the runs? Simple; Draco's on a bet, and Ginny needs some testosterone. DG - Jealous girls and evil staircases!Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginny recieves the opportunity of a lifetime from our favorite ferret, but there's just one little catch.Category: Works in Progress
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
Wonderfully fixable and beautifully unfixable,Category: Poetry
Exquisitely infuriating and endlessly kissable.
What Ginny longs for, but knows can never be hers, because life just isn't fair.
Bill discovers his little sister is in a spot more trouble than he ever imagined.Category: Works in Progress
A chance encounter between Ginny and Draco eight years after the war.Category: Completed Short Stories
Slightly AU It is after the final war and Ginny has already started to rebuild her life. She is now a successful wizarding psychologist employed by Azkaban and St. Mungo's. Things become rather strange when both patient and doctor start to show some interesting changes. A bit of a crossover with the world of Wicked.Category: Long and Completed
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
Ginny's back at Grimmauld Place for the summer, where her mother, who's trying to protect her, is withholding information she desperately wants. Narcissa Malfoy, meanwhile, is up to no good and wants Draco out of her way, so she's shipped him off to Snape. Our favorite professor, left choiceless in the matter, consulted with Dumbledore about the dangers of this arrangement. The Headmaster, knowing that a close watch would need to be kept on the young Slytherin, decided that it would be best if Draco spent the summer...where else?...at Grimmauld Place.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?
Category: Long and Completed
Romance for three couples when Blaise and Luna use Shakespearean styled matchmaking to hook up Ginny and Draco. There's Much Ado about...something!Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill award for Best Romance- Non Canon on Mugglenet
* Written before the HBP, this tale presents an alternate sixth year in which Dumbledore lives, Draco is more than a foil to Harry, and Blaise Zabini is a girl. I hope readers who ship Draco/Ginny will enjoy the story which includes dancing with faeries, Celtic and Norse mythology, school holidays in London and Spain, and loads of fantasy and romance. "Is this a kissing book?" (to quote the Princess Bride) Yes, it is.*
Category: Long and Completed
Seven years later....
Blaise fears Terry wants a divorce, Luna is hiding a secret from Wesley, and Draco is tired of idiots saying his son has pink hair! Ginny's solution? Call the curls reddish blond and invite their friends to the Malfoy mansion for Christmas.
Sometimes, all one needs is a stranger's ear and one finds oneself revealing the most embarrassing things. Through the fears, Ginny and Draco manage to find a stranger's ear in one another.Category: Works in Progress
The trials of love.Category: Poetry
Ginny ponders the feasibility of asking her brothers for a lifetime of Daydream Charms. Or at least one to get her through the night...Category: Completed Short Stories
Draco can't leave Hogwarts and Ginny has changed. Both are looking to alleviate the boredom. Who better to turn to than your life-long enemy?Category: Works in Progress
Continues the Mirrorverse series - sequel to "Quickening" which was a sequel to "An Eye for an Eye" which was a sequel to "Mirror". Molly Weasley's thoughts on the birth of her granddaughter.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginny Weasley is spending the summer before her sixth year at the Headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix. Everything is nice and as normal as can be expected, that is until Arthur Weasley has some unexpected news that will turn the youngest Weasley's heart upside down.Category: Works in Progress
There were five people travelling on the Knight Bus that night, and none of them were there because it was their preferred mode of travel. Little did they know, it was about to get a lot worse. A lot worse.Category: Completed Short Stories
A horrifying experience has been pushed aside, and people try to get on with their normal lives. But that experience soon turns into distant memories. Distant memories soon turn into haunting nightmares. When nightmares turn into reality, what can a certain group of Hogwarts students do to keep a certain redhead from slipping away? D/G story you've never quite seen before. Contains trips to the library, snogging, unexpected romance, and dreaming Gryffindors.Category: Long and Completed
The Weasley twins’ Valentine’s Day party was the worst-kept secret of the year, which means, of course, that it was an absolute success. Post-war. EWE. Hogwarts-era.Category: Completed Short Stories
Category: Works in Progress
HAPPY NEW YEAR! And here's Part 2. :) Can Draco survive Yuletide Eve when he's thrown to the Weasley wolves at the Burrow? Will Ginny be able to save him? Is Fred going to stab him with a carving fork? And who's George's significant other? These questions and many more will be answered in the artistic extravaganza that is... A Very D/G Christmas.
A Quote from Part Two:
“It’s true then,” said Fred, continuing as if Draco hadn’t spoken, He moved around George to confront Ginny. “You’re really seeing him. You’ve really brought him to Yuletide dinner. You’ve actually done it, Ginny.”
That did sum up the situation quickly, at least, thought Draco.
“Look, Fred, I know. I should have just come straight out and told you,” said Ginny, stepping out of George’s protective embrace.
“No, you shouldn’t have done,” said Fred. “You shouldn’t be doing this at all. I’ll do *him* a favor. How’s that?” He shot Draco a look of intense dislike. “I’ll let *him* leave instead of unleashing every hex I can think of. “
Draco groaned inwardly. This was not going to be a good holiday dinner.
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.
Christmas present for Pipperstorms. When Draco Malfoy loses the Christmas spirit, a series of unusual events, with some unusual people, come in to get him back on track. Reposted on FanFiction.net by me.Category: Completed Short Stories
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