Life after Hogwarts was a mystery to Ginny Weasley, until one night she spent in the arms of Draco Malfoy changed everything. Now she has to deal with the unforseeable consequences. Will she be able to handle the hand fate had dealt her with?Category: Works in Progress
Would you mind terribly if I correct any french you want to put in? I'm bilingual in french and english and i'm sorry but some of the translations make my brain hurt.
K, so I reviewed before seeing the AN at the bottom. The only thing sites like that are good for is finding out single word translations and the gender of words (french words are either masculine or feminine). All freetranslation.com does is translate the sentence word for word. wich means "fly air canada" could be translated to "mouche air canada" mouche means the buzzy insect, not the verb, please please please e-mail me any french stuff. i would be more than happy to help.
Draco Malfoy fancies himself a connoisseur of fine wine and fine women, but a string of encounters with Ginny Weasley teaches him that he still has something to learn about both.Category: Long and Completed
Lovely story. It's always nice when Draco realises he's been a doofus.
P.S. What's your take on ice wine?
Thank you! Yes, I love to see Draco come to terms with his own shortcomings!
Ice wine can be absolutely spectacularly good. I don't really drink dessert wines very often, just because I don't have that huge of a sweet tooth, but there's nothing that quite compares to ice wine, so I will indulge now and then!