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
I know this is rather old, but I'd just read your story a couple weeks ago. I really enjoyed the plot and the D/G interaction, but one pet peeve I had throughout the whole thing was your use of, "sentence sentence sentence, yeah?" I absolutely could not stand the ",yeah?" part. It actually got so incredibly annoying that I would twitch every time I got to one, let out a tiny scream, then scroll down until the ",yeah?" was covered up. Anyway, aside from that, I liked it a lot.
*Completely AU* In a world where Voldemort was never defeated, only a few things matter: pureblood, money and power. All that Ginny Weasley wanted was to survive her 7 years at Hogwarts, a school where the children of the richest and most powerful wizards dominate over others. Denying her natural instincts, she managed to make it into her 6th year without offending any of the cruel and powerful Slytherins - especially that horrible Draco Malfoy. Until one day, she crosses a line, and her peaceful existence is shattered forever. A story filled with adolescent drama, clash of the classes, angst, jealousy, ridiculous pride and love triangles (and squares).Category: Works in Progress
What a cliffhanger! I've been keeping up with your story for ages; I even read it when I could last year, when I was abroad working in a foreign country. I can hardly wait to find out what happens next - keep up the good work!
Author's Response: Thanks! I hope to update a bit sooner next time!
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
I am quite nearly going mad, wondering what will happen between them next.
Author's Response: about as mad as they\'re becoming, i can tell you that much... (mwahahaaaaa)
The long-term effects of trauma, and of a moment's connection.Category: Completed Short Stories
The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get.
Author's Response: Yup! Thank goodness I\'m not the only one who knows the song. :D
*Written for the Persuasion Drabble Challenge on the FIA Archive*Category: Completed Short Stories
Ron Weasley doesn't see the harm in a little game between friends...
Loved how the mood seemed all snarky throughout the whole thing, when it should have been depressing. And, especially loved the last lines. Great job.
Author's Response: Ah, thanks for catching that! I was going for that sort of feeling. I like writing angst, but I didn\'t want this one to be too heavy. Thank you for reviewing!
Draco is happy with this life.Category: Completed Short Stories
Wow, very haunting. I like the concept -- it gave me chills.
Sometimes, all one needs is a stranger's ear and one finds oneself revealing the most embarrassing things. Through the fears, Ginny and Draco manage to find a stranger's ear in one another.Category: Works in Progress
It's perfect as is. Anymore would beat it over the head.
Author's Response: Thank you for the opinion and the praise!
She understood chocolate, and people. But why couldn’t she understand him? He understood his fiancée. And his life and then she came along. However, one thing they both know is that one taste is not enough.Category: Long and Completed
I loveloveloveloooooove Chocolat. And chocolate. Very lovely. I've got a hankering now .. must.. control...
It was interesting reading it, as I kept comparing it to the movie/book. I was so confused by her outfits, and I kept seeing Judi Dench with Draco. Ugh.
But, very nice.
What really happened in the DH Epilogue of Doom. Poor, poor Harry, so very clueless...Category: Works in Progress
Chapter SIXTY-NINE quote of the day:
Ginny scowled at him. “You don’t know me very well.”
Draco shook his head, his eyes more sorrowful than ever. “No. I don’t. Eternity wouldn’t be long enough for that.”
“Why do I feel as if we’ve suddenly wandered into the set of a men’s cologne commercial?” complained Lucifer.
“Can’t you keep your damn mouth shut, Lucifer?” spat Draco.
“Please… really… I don’t think you should talk to him that way,” whispered Ginny.
MST3K! I love MST3K! And parrots! And chocolate chip cookies! And D/G! And this story!
Anyway, this is just a little note to let you know that I've been following this story for a while, even from somewhere in Southeast Asia, which is where I am right now. Keep up the good work! Oh, and Happy Belated Birthday! (lots of exclamation marks!)
Draco Malfoy's role in the Final Battle for the light side was over. His role in Ginny Weasley’s life, however, was far from it as one unnatural event threatens to overturn his perfectly well ordered existence and it was all the Weaslette’s fault. From Diagon Alley, to the romantic City of Light, and to the lush vineyards of Bordeaux, Draco and Ginny discover themselves and each other.Category: Works in Progress
Great beginning; I really enjoyed your writing style. I can't wait to see where you take it!
Ginny shows up to Draco's residence claiming she is done with their years-long prank war and would like to call a truce. Secretly, she has no intention of allowing Draco to get away with his most recent prank and is determined to get even through good old fashioned blackmail. Draco, on the other hand, has plans of his own.Category: Completed Short Stories
In order for Draco to regain control of his assets after the war, he is required to marry. For Draco, this can mean only one witch - Pansy Parkinson. Who, you may ask is the Ministry liason for both Malfoy and Parkinson? Ginny Weasley.Category: Works in Progress
Oh, I CANNOT wait to see where this is going (of course, I've got some idea...)
He showed her everything. What they didn’t get to the first day, after flying kites and riding boats and feeding swans, they did the next day, and the next. She realized, after spending seemingly endless weeks with him, that she didn’t want to go home, but go home she must.Category: Works in Progress
Ten years have passed. They’ll always have Paris.
Hmmm, Casablanca much? Interesting backstory you came up with for that, even though I can't quite imagine Ilsa and Rick with the same plot.
Author's Response: Yes, thanks for catching it! I was inspired to write this story because of Casablanca, although its ending and middle aren\'t as similar as the beginning. The only direct quote from the movie comes in chapter four. But good for you for noticing!
Ahhh the fated line.. Le sigh.
Does Shane play the piano? Of course, it's hard to capture piano playing, but, oh.. the fundamental things apply as time goes by.
Author's Response: No, no. Shane cannot play the piano. Can\'t steal the storyline entirely. He is, however, extraordinarily good at playing poker. Thanks for leaving a review, and for always noticing the references.
The idea of "renting" her soul out to anyone - let alone a former Slytherin nemesis - did not sit well with Ginny Weasley. But circumstances always tend to go askew and when she finds herself in a dire position, Ginny has no choice but to relent, accepting the deal and the seven wishes offered as payment.Category: Long and Completed
Interesting take on artificial insemination, although I don't agree with Ginny's viewpoint. It seemed a bit irrational of her to me to be so upset at a doctor who advised adoption.
A chubby Draco and the physical trainer from hell. What more can I say? A D/G twist on dieting and an ending sweeter than candy floss. Enjoy. :)Category: Long and Completed
Fantastic! Very original, I don't think I've ever seen a Fat!Malfoy. I can't tell you how eager I am to read more!
Author's Response: This started when I was thinking of how perfect he is always described to be in pretty much every fic, and well, an alternative description just sort of popped into my head. And, I had a craving to write some fluff. Thanks so much for the feedback!
Draco is looking for an engagement ring for Astoria, but is it really what he wants? Ginny will help him find out...Category: Long and Completed
I really like this story! I like your style of writing, and I especially like the way you portray the characters through subtle description. I really appreciate how it's not shockingly different, but yet it's not conventional at all. Did I mention that I like it?
Can the love of snarkiness bring two people together?Category: Completed Short Stories
Wow, amazing. Instantly one of my favorites!