Prequel to Initiate. A pair of unlikely friends discovers the distance between Gryffindor Tower and the Slytherin dungeon is not so far.Category: Works in Progress
Great story. Please continue it.
It all started with an insult and a stolen kiss, then it became so much more.Category: Works in Progress
Draco and Ginny at Hogwarts. The prequel to And Baby Makes Three.
I'm so glad that you decided to continue this story. It's one of my favorites. I like that Pansy's more than a stock villain; she's snarky and very Slytherin. Great idea to turn Ginny into a Gorgon and Seamus into stone. How is this to benefit Ginny in the long run? Can't wait to find out. Thanks.
Author's Response: I always intended to continue, it\'s just that a few cute little PBHs took over my world! I\'m glad you enjoyed it and I love an intelligent Pansy too!
Written for the 2001 Christmas season for the D/G archive, this is pointless, plotless, angst and fluffiness. Not to mention rampant indulgence of my fascination with cloaks.Category: Completed Short Stories
I love this story more every time I read it. Thanks.
The 2002 Christmas Ficmas challenge story. Reflections on the season.Category: Completed Short Stories
I loved this story. Thank you.
There's a new race residing in the Forbidden Forest; when Ginny Weasley ends up in their custody, things begin to change for her, and also for the Malfoys. Meanwhile, war rages on.Category: Works in Progress
I'm loving this story. I'm so glad I found it. Thanks. Amazons rock.
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
Oh no. I love fairytales. Angela Carter, Alice Hoffman and A. S. Byatt are three of my favorite authors. I adore your writing. I've learned so much about storytelling by reading yours. To have you write one with Draco and Ginny--well words cannot express my joy. So I wait, eagerly, for more. And thank you.
Like every typical (or perhaps not so typical) teenager, Ginny needs a place to find solace from her every day life, consisting of mysterious and possibly deadly diary senders, pretentious snob Malfoy, and an overbearing brother called Ronald Weasley. Will she be able to find the perpetrator before Christmas day?Category: Works in Progress
Too funny. Must read more.
This overgrown chicken is looking forward to reading more. Thanks.
Ginny and Draco find themselves drawn to each other and are unsure of how to handle it. One night, they decide to see what happens when they act on their mutual attraction.Category: Completed Short Stories
This was a really good story. I like the comparision of wine tasting to making love. That made for a great seduction scene. Thanks.
Harry is dead; Voldemort won (or did he?); Ginny Weasley is all alone, left to the mercies of the Malfoy family.Category: Works in Progress
I simply love this story. I eagerly await the next chapter. Thank you.
Ginny satisfies her uppity roommate's heinous request in this game of truth or dare. Short, ridiculously cliché and designed to make you laugh once or twice. Written for the infamous Where_Is_Truth of Portkey. One shot, complete.Category: Completed Short Stories
Very hot. Very cute. I wish I could write like this. Thanks.
Ginny's caught writing faux love letters to Draco from girls in other houses. When he steals her sole quill in retribution, Ginny's forced into a twisted game of domination and submission. WARNINGS: violence, perhaps a little blood, D/s, and mind-fucks.Category: Long and Completed
Fantastic as usual. What can I say? Thanks.
Draco and Ginny in a shower, and no plot, from a long-ago challenge which involved including key phrases. Absolutely no redeeming value.Category: Completed Short Stories
Wow. I wish that I was Ginny Weasley. Thanks.
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
Aak! What happens next? This is so exciting. Will Lucius kill poor Molly? I could kick Ginny for dropping her wand. Will Draco and Ginny live happily ever after? Thanks for a great story. I eagerly await the conclusion.
How sharply can hate cut? Draco doesn't want to know.Category: Long and Completed
Fantastic story. I'm particularly fond of the happy ending. This story also contains one of the best explanations of the psychological and emotional ramifications of Ginny's experiences with Tom Riddle.
An explosion in the Potions classroom leaves behind a raving Potions Master, a bloody Draco, and a certain redhead we all love having a moment of altruistic weakness. Ginny's kindness makes Draco very suspicious, leading him to destroy her goodwill. In retribution, Ginny decides to put some embarrassing information about Draco to good use. Ahh, nothing like one-upmanship to kindle a little romance.Category: Works in Progress
Congratulations on your little one. Love this story.
10 years after the end of the war, Draco returns to England determined to reclaim his place. Unwittingly, Ginny becomes caught up in the affairs and intrigues of House Malfoy...Category: Long and Completed
I love this story. It's a favorite.
Ginny thought all her dreams were coming true...Category: Works in Progress
What a wonderful story. I can't wait for more, though I suppose I shall have to. Thanks.
"He had never actually told her that he loved her. She supposed she should be grateful for that much, at least..." Post-Hogwarts. Auror!Ginny, vs Under-suspicion!Draco.Category: Long and Completed
The drama, the danger, what a fantastic story. Thanks.
A Vesica/Mynuet Collaboration. If Ginny had even the slightest inkling of what the day would bring, she probably would have called in sick. A disastrous press conference proved to be no match for the spin doctoring talents of Lush's chief and Ginny finds herself catapulted from being a lowly intern to the very eye of the storm, living a double life as a careerwitch and glamorous front woman for a racy new line. Throw in a few A-list events, a few dozen crises, an endless promotional tour with her new co-worker and the last person she wanted to spend time with, and a mystery waiting back home that neither of them may be able to solve….Every day's an adventure when you're living the Lush Life!Category: Works in Progress
I've just read all ten chapters and I'm hooked. It reminds me of Funny Face, one of my favorite old movies. Like that, this story is perfect. Perfect in every way. Looking forward to more. Huzzah!
Author's Response: Ves says: I seem to have an channeling Audrey Hepburn thing going on here. Someone else mentioned “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. I haven’t actually seen Funny Face so I can assure you any homage is strictly coincidental. Still…funny that two people should mention that vibe.
Myn says: Hey, wait, I\'ve seen Funny Face! Yes! Finally, I know one! Okay, it\'s been years and it wasn\'t intentional, but yes, there are similarities. *ponders the likelihood of Draco dancing*
Wonderfully charming as ever. Thanks.
Author's Response: Ves and Myn say: Aww – wonderfully charming! *squee* Glad you are enjoying and thanks for taking the time to review!
I truly enjoy this story. It's a treat. Thanks for the update.
Author's Response: Ves and Myn Say: *give you a cookie* Glad you are enjoying and thanks for taking the time to review!
Thanks for the update. I needed that.
Author's Response: Ves and Myn say: Hopefully it was good enough to sustain you all this time.
War never leaves anyone unchanged.Category: Long and Completed
I love, love, love this story. It's so sweet and romantic, without ever becoming insipid. This is one of the best characterizations of Ginny ever written.
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
What a fantastic story! I loved it.