*DH SPOILERS* Draco and Ginny discover that it is never too late to find true love.Category: Long and Completed
Poor Draco, he just really had no idea what he was getting into when he agreed to marry Ginny did he? He forgot she comes with a gigantic family to deal with...
I'm glad things went mostly okay for Draco, especially with her brothers. Charlie is right though, Draco knows Gin better in a few weeks time than Harry ever did in all the years the were together.
Why do I see Justine and Albus being trouble in the very near future? Is it wrong of me to want Justine to drop dead so Draco and Ginny can retire to the manor and live the rest of their lives with loving family and resorting it to its former glory?
Author's Response: Draco didn't quite think everything through before he proposed to Ginny, but she didn't really give him much of a chance, did she? Yes, there will be some trouble in the future. It would be a boring story without it! But I'm afraid the Manor is out of the question. Even if Justine were to drop dead, it would still be under Julius's control and not Draco's. Thanks for the review!
Draco is working for the Ministry as an Invisible, an elite and unknown Auror, while the rest of the world thinks he's six-feet under. On a mission in New York he goes into a pub where he thinks he's met the barmaid before. The red hair should really be a tip-off.Category: Works in Progress
You can't leave this one as a one-shot. You've set up an interesting fic and I say go for it!
*Final chapter added* Parenting can be overwhelming, even for wizards. Especially when there are teenagers involved. Draco and Ginny, summoned to Hogwarts for a conference with their children's Head of House, share an interlude neither can forget.Category: Completed Short Stories
I want more, plain and simple. I get this feeling that there is more story to be told here for Draco and Ginny. Scorpius and Lily are just darling with their bickering to cover up their real feelings.
Author's Response: *hugs* Thanks, Pud! There is more- way more, but I can\'t seem to finish any of my WIPs, so I\'ll just do one more chapter of letters to tie some things up. *grins* The kids are a blast to write.
I know some won't like where this has ended because they like things spelled out for them, but I'm not one of them. I think the ending here is a perfect. It allows me to fill in what has happened (Harry kicked to the curb and Ginny goes on to be deliriously happy with Draco for the rest of her life with one PHB to complete the picture).
I'm so glad you caved to the peer pressure and added this because it made me happy :)
Happy New Years :)
Twelve days can be a lifetime, yet Epiphany must always come.Category: Completed Short Stories
Not quite what I was expecting for a Christmas fic, but it was still lovely and romantic with Draco waiting patiently for Ginny to come to him. *sniffles* Beautiful.
Author's Response: Thank you! I\'ve been re-reading it and finding other layers I didn\'t know I\'d put in there. For example, I think that Draco didn\'t really know he was waiting for her, and he really did think he\'d left the cottage, even though he hadn\'t. But I\'m glad it turned out to have a happy ending.
Ginny and Draco exchange Christmas Stockings. Fluff abounds.Category: Completed Short Stories
Perfection. I loved this and the idea of stockings. So sweet and wonderful. And just what I needed. Thank you!
Author's Response: Thank you! I hope it helped a little to get you in the Christmas spirit! Thanks for stopping by! -seegrim
It's never too late for a change of heart.Category: Completed Short Stories
I loved the take on A Christmas Carol with the trio being the ones to give Draco his wake up call. And the hopeful ending was pitch perfect because most writers would try to take it too far, but this was just perfection.
Author's Response: hey, Pud! *waves* I\'m glad you like it! I liked the idea of the Trio being the ones carting Draco around. It\'s actually Hubby\'s idea, when I was discussing my ficmas woes. :) As for the ending, I like beating a hasty retreat once we hit the emotional ending. :D
Two co-workers decide that something needs to be done about the excesses of Christmas spirit.Category: Completed Short Stories
I don't blame them for amusing themselves with all the silly merry makers. I love devious!Ginny and Draco. Completely adorable. *happy sigh*
“I’m here, love,” I say, kneeling down next to her bed and clasping her cold hand in mine. She only smiles and closes her eyes again. My heart feels as if it’s being torn out. I look up at one of the healers, praying to whatever gods there may be for a drop of good news. A saddened frown and a shake of the head tell me that there isn’t any, and probably won’t be.Category: Completed Short Stories
*sniffles* So terribly sad! Poor Draco! *hugs him*
Author's Response: Thanks for your review and I\'m glad that you enjoyed it. My desired effect has been reached. :)
Draco and Ginny haven't seen each other since the last wedding, which didn't go well.Category: Completed Short Stories
I loved this when I read it at Christmas, and I still love it now. I can't blame Draco for feeling a bit put out. Ginny did him wrong! The ending was perfect!