Ginny disappears after making Draco fall in love with her, and no one but him remembers that she ever existed. He wants her back, and enlists any help he can get in order to find her.Category: Works in Progress
I hope you continue with this story. But it's probably safe to assume it's been put on the backburner for awhile now.
In a world where Death Eaters reign and good wizards hide in plain sight, preconceived notions must be redefined. AU for post-Hogwarts setting. WARNING: Allusion to H/Hr since I posted this at Portkey. Please don't bludgeon me; I almost did it myself.Category: Works in Progress
You updated! Yay!!
I'm enthralled. Please update soon.
Draco kidnaps Ginny on the pretense of saving her. WARNINGS: angst, VIOLENCE, abuse, drama, smut, mean & evil Draco, and absolutely no happy endings what so ever!Category: Long and Completed
That was thoroughly depressing. Poor Ginny.
Author's Response: very depressing. i just finished a not at all depressing one shot that i wrote as a thank you for mynuet. i\'ll post that next :)
Ginny, Harry, and Draco have been leading separate lives for years, but then a disturbing case involving mind manipulation brings them all together. Rows break out, animosity and hatred grow, people die, and friendship is tested. In the midst of all that, is it possible for romance between two unlikely people to bloom?Category: Works in Progress
OMG. I loved how you built that up. Poor Ginny. That was great.
OMG. I loved how you built that up. Poor Ginny. That was great.
When Ginny Weasley becomes Draco Malfoy's wife, he suspects neither her true identity nor her dangerous motives. But when all Hell breaks lose and their relationship takes unexpected turns, there is more at stake than preserving their marriage--namely, preserving their lives.Category: Long and Completed
Cyrus is creepy. I can't wait until Draco finds out Ginny is a Weasley.
Author's Response: Yeah, he is, isn\'t he... It\'s going to take a few more chapters, but by the time Chapter 18 rolls by, you\'re in for some revelations, I promise!
It's getting so exciting. I can't wait to read the next chapter.
*COMPLETE* Destiny knew better than to bring these two together. One man, determined to draw back an errant Malfoy, is not so wise, and Ginny soon finds herself caught up in events that are not quite Fate.Category: Long and Completed
I'm so intrigued by your story. You've incorporated the 6th book in so well. Excellent stuff.
I'm amazed how profound some of ideas the characters have in your story. Great work. :)
I really liked that chapter, I can't wait to find out what Draco's reaction is once the potions worn off.
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 the fact that Draco's so vulnerable and broken, it just makes me love him even more. Excellent chapter.
Author's Response: Oh, same here. I love him, especially when he\'s at a low point, and forced to admit that he has feelings, too. Thank you for reviewing!
I'm reading this story a second time, and my heart always aches for Draco in this chapter.
Author's Response: Aww, yes *g* But hey, there's happy stuff coming up too! :) Thank you, I'm thrilled you're liking it enough for a reread!
He sees all the pitfalls and glories of death; how two lovers would cheat it, to how a torn family would face it.Category: Completed Short Stories
OMG!! That was terrifyingly poetic.
The style of narration you've adopted rarely works, but you've managed to pull it off beautifully.
Arghh...I still can't get over how terrifically morbid that was.
Author's Response: I\'m blushing. Thank you!
Following Harry’s death, Ginny was forced to run. A year later, after an attack leaves her homeless and alone once again, she is forced into the arms of a man she hates, but even his love for her may not be enough to protect her from the fate that awaits.Category: Works in Progress
I really liked that. I'm intrigued by what you said about Draco in the summary, about him loving Ginny. I wonder where you're going with that. Please update soon.
Author's Response: You\'ll see where I\'m going soon enough. Thanks for reviewing.
Ginny thinks the moon looks broken.Category: Works in Progress
My God!! Vindictive Harry is scary. Great writing.
Sequel to "The Broken Road."Category: Works in Progress
Oh, I'm so glad you brought out a prologue. Pleasantly surprised to have seen it put up. I really liked the Broken Road.
Hope Ginny puts Draco out of his misery.
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
This storyline you've got going is refreshing, I love your characterisation of Draco as well, 'cos he's a big jerk most of the time, and I really do feel sorry for Ginny,
Author's Response: Thanks! I'm glad that you're empathizing with the characters! Totally agree with you on Draco's jerk persona, of course, but don't worry, I'll find a way to make that change, without making him less Draco-ish. :) Thanks for reviewing!
*squee* That was very very sweet.
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you liked it. ^_^
“You mustn’t tell them, Rose! Harry knows but Lily and the boys… you can’t breathe a word…”Category: Works in Progress
When Rose Weasley went to her favorite aunt for advice on how to handle loving someone her family disapproved of, she never dreamed the older woman would have been able to relate so well. In the comfortable safety of her kitchen, Ginevra Potter told her niece everything and swore her to secrecy. But months later, when Ginevra notices that her daughter, Lily, is spending time with Scorpius Malfoy, Ginny realizes too late that the truth can never really be locked away. Children question their parents and their own identities and everyone must confront the past.
I'm so intrigued by how this will tun out.
Author's Response: Awesome, glad it's working out that way ;)
“Don’t you have plans?” “They can wait.” Short pieces examining moments in Draco and Ginny’s unorthodox relationship.Category: Works in Progress
that was weirdly sweet. Can we get a sequel?
“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.
i'm really intrigued now. i'm curious as to how this will end well for them. excellent writing.
Author's Response: Thank you! Hopefully you like the end!