COMPLETE! Strolling through Diagon Alley Lucius Malfoy comes across a little boy who could have been Draco's twin. Has his family tree been expanded, without his knowledge? Has Draco been keeping secrets? Or is he oblivious to the fact that he may have an heir?Category: Long and Completed
oh god, this was painful to read. good writing.
Author's Response: Thank you :)
is there no one to tell draco he has two kids? :)
Author's Response: It hasn't occurred to anyone that he doesn't realize ;)
Originally, it started out as a short story, but I turned it into a poem, it seemed to make more sense.Category: Poetry
*Complete* "There are hundreds of invisible people in the world – the ones that you would never notice. You can see them, because they are there, but you don’t SEE them really. I realized that night that I was invisible." When you feel invisible, you'd do anything to have someone really see you; the way you've always wanted to be seen. But if the only person who actually sees you is the last person you'd ever expect it to be, what do you do? [Post Hogwarts]Category: Long and Completed
Ooh! The ending was totally unexpected. I applaud. :D
'...take Gabrielle completely out of the occasion...' - equation instead of occasion.
What I'm most amazed about it that all the diplomacy seems to be conducted half and hour timeframes and... in coffee shops? highly unlikely. It's as if they are trying to discuss different school projects that everyone already knows how to do anyway.
You have a sentence in the first line: 'Waving at a friend behind the country,' shouldn't it be 'counter' not 'country'? I had to reread the sentence three times. lol
I don't believe her yelling at Harry here. Too dramatic for two grown-ups. But it was enlightening nonetheless. Still a great story. :)
Obvious, b ut no less preasurable. Great story. :)
Ginny's engaged to Harry. Draco's in love with Ginny. Harry's in love with Draco. Let the games begin.Category: Long and Completed
they really are very cruel towards harry. i don't like them here.
I think I need to pint out that I actually like both, slash and domination sex. But I don't like cruelty for the sake of vengence. I do understand that Harry was not fair to Ginny, buy her revenge is really so much worse. I loath her here and I can't respect Draco for doing this. If she told him to jump of the building, would he? No way in hell. He didn't prove his love for Ginny, he proved how inconsiderate he is towards Harry. If a person is somewhat dim or desperate it still doesn't justify any cruelty towards him.
In the wake of his father's arrest, Draco lets go of certain things and Ginny realizes that some things are irreparable.Category: Completed Short Stories
I read about this story that it would make my heart break, I was in doubt. But it did, it really, really did. It's a wonderful story that I don't want to read ever again, because it dashes all hope. Brilliantly written. Thank you.
War never leaves anyone unchanged.Category: Long and Completed
I'm in the middle of the 8th chapter and I don't understand. Why are Draco and Ginny pushing everybody away? Ginny is acting as if Hermione-Harry-Ron have gravely offended her because 'she is standing up to them'. It's not exactly canon but it's not explained here either. I can understand that they've been ignoring her, but since in your story they've never really been friends, I don't see what's the big deal it. Ginny acts as if they've betrayed her. How? And Draco is being a bigot again. why is he acting as if he's better than everybody else but Ginny? Why does he shun Millicent like that, what did she do but be friendly? D/G are acting us-against-the world. It's not very healthy and I don't understand why. I hope it will be explained later better, because so far it's a mystery.
Ibsolutely love this story, except for a minor little detail. Draco and Ginny are nasty to everyone they used to be friends with and your story does not actually explain why. Here it just seems that they are simply being nasty for the sake of being nasty which is out of character for Ginny generally and out of character for the Draco you are trying to portray in this story. Otherwise it has been a very well thought out plot and characterisation so far. I hope they stop being an island soon, because now they are being real teens in the worst sense. (Which in my opinion is not believable after the war they've gone through.) What I like the most about the story? Scenes from Draco's pov I think and the way D and G trust each other. I haven't decided yet if it's ooc or not, but I like it. :) Actually, I want a favour to ask. If you are still writing in any fandome at all and happen to spot my review, message me a link where I can read something you've written after this story. I bet it is amasing. Cheers! :)
Okay, I do realise that Draco and Ginny feel that the people around them have never cared about them, but if it is true for Draco, then his own past actions are actually the reason and I'm pretty sure that a person who's killed his own father and is feeling guilty has to realise that. In case of Ginny, on the other hand the idea of no one paying her any attention or real concideration is so much alternative reality that it should have been explained somehow (her family has always been a cold one, Harry and Hermione are self-absorbed after everything that has happened to them, or whatever). Right now it all feels too artificial or then a technique to make teenage readers to sympathise (oh yes, I know the feeling - no one really cares about me either - which is wrong most of the time, of course). I jsut wanted to clarify my point. Good story anyways. :)
*Complete fic, 4/4 chapters posted* When Ginny enlists Draco's help to teach her how to entice her Ravenclaw crush, she learns more than just technique. *prize fic for Sarea*Category: Long and Completed
it made me hot. fiction rarely does. excellent scene.
You know the rhyme... first comes love, then comes marriage... Except it doesn't quite work out that way for Draco & Ginny.Category: Long and Completed
I cannot believe it! The story has grabbed my attention and is squeezing it for what it's worth. Can't imagine why the hell are the two marrying. Thrilled and curious.
It is 2010, 12 years after Voldemort's downfall, and Draco Malfoy has returned to England at long last. A Draco/Ginny story.Category: Long and Completed
I've read the story many times and still love it. One thing bugs me though. I have the feeling that in your mind it actually has a sequel. Are you ever going to write it? If it's not to much bother, please answer me! :)
Author's Response: Hi! I haven't checked my reviews here in forever so I didn't see this until now. Originally I had a sequel in mind for this fic, but it never really got off the ground and I stopped writing in HP about 5 years ago so unfortunately it's pretty much doomed for good. I'm glad you enjoyed TPDGA so much, though!
Ginny, Draco, Quidditch, and entirely too close quarters. Being forced to train, play, and live with Draco for a season gives Ginny a whole new understanding of and appreciation for the amazing bouncing ferret. Ginny's POV.Category: Long and Completed
Draco reflects on the day that Ginny told him she was going to have his baby.Category: Completed Short Stories
I haven't checked if you did write a sequel or not on this. I loved the story, Draco's inner conflict was very realistic and he was very in character imo. Ginny's final rejection though comes somehow out of the blue for me because through her reactions I get that she really cares for Draco and as he pleads with her there's only 2 ways she would react truthfully imo.
1- She rejects him, cries angry tears and walks out of his life but she does not give him so rational of a reason. She might say that they don't and won't ever love each other. Maybe even lie that she would never love a scumbab like him to get him let it go or something.
2- She agrees weakly and hates herself for it. She agrees because his the father, because she really kind of loves him and because she somehow believes in him even if she can't really see him as someone capable of romantic love.
So there, I don't think that your story ended where it really ended even if you haven't written a sequel with a happy ending.
Sequel to Quidditch. Short, happy, and succinct. Un-understandable without having first read Quidditch.Category: Completed Short Stories
love the closing sentence. i really think ginny's right. :) thanks for writing this sequel, i love it. i'm a sucker for sequels actually - i'd love to read about people finding out about the relationship and about the several pitfalls the couple would inevitably fall into. but well, i guess you won't write about it. :(
It's an old spell and an older oath, and Draco Malfoy would have laughed them off were he not in his present situation. Things being as they are, however, being married to Ginny Weasley might just be the answer to his problems. Pre-HBP.Category: Long and Completed
absolutely loved. best piece of fanfic in a while. thanks for writing.
Ah, Finally she sees the light! :)
Malfoy is acting suspiciously, and the Trio immediately assumes the worst. However, when Blaise Zabini offers Ginny a different perspective, she begins to wonder if maybe all of their beliefs concerning Draco are just...misconceptions. But that's only the beginning.Category: Long and Completed
ha, draco! take that! ginny's gonna get herself a rebound guy! :P i wish draco would find out about it. maybe then he'd see things in the right perspective.
ah. one of the few 'first time's that i find believable. good job.