For Ginny Weasley, being thirty-two years old and divorced while struggling to raise a teenage son on her own, romance just isn't on the map. But when help comes from the most unexpected source she has to re-examine her priorities. Draco Malfoy has it all, the house, the job and the perfect son, but when he meets Ginny Weasley again he realizes all of what he never had.Category: Works in Progress
Three unlikely people find themselves on the same path to understanding.Category: Works in Progress
Yep. This is really actually a real thing, and it's here at last. Enjoy! :)Category: Works in Progress
The sequel to Draco's Dangerous Dilemma.
Nearly two years have passed since Ginny saw Draco in a coffeeshop for the first time after the war. The two of them have been trapped in a seemingly neverending cycle of lust, betrayal, revenge, and despair ever since-- until one night of passion at the Pureblood Ball proved to them both that their bond could never be broken.
But there's a world outside the fragile love budding between the pair. And Ginny just may find out that Draco's past casts a shadow that neither of them can outrun in time to save him...
Chapter EIGHT Quote of the Day:
“What is it?” whispered Draco.
“Nothing at all, really,” Ginny replied into his hair, her words muffled.
“You’re worried about what’s coming next, aren’t you?”
“I suppose I am,” she admitted.
Draco, what have you been doing in the past week? What have you been looking for? And why won’t you tell me, why won’t you let me help you? She longed to ask, but if he wanted her to know, he would have told her. She could simply demand the answer, and maybe she would do just that. But she couldn’t bear the thought of breaking the relaxed atmosphere between them.
Draco turned over, propping himself up on one elbow, studying her face. “I won’t let anything happen to you, Ginny,” he said, a hint of iron in his voice. “I suppose I can’t blame you for worrying. But you must know that I will always protect you.”
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Ginny fled the wizarding world when betrayal, deception, and heartbreak tore apart her life. A year later, she lives and works as a Muggle-- and the co-owner of Athena's Saucy Shoppe of Salacious Delights. But she's about to learn that it isn't so easy to leave the past behind... especially when it comes packaged in the person of Draco Malfoy.
Chapter TWELVE Quote of the Day:
Looking at Draco Malfoy’s unreadable face, Ginny realized that this was exactly what she had been afraid of all along. Taking part in a Dark spell went against everything she had ever learned, everything that everyone in her world had accepted. Even though she had fled that world, its lessons would always remain with her. No matter how noble or necessary the reason might be for the use of a dark spell, the means could never justify the end, or so she had always been taught. Her side was defined by its refusal to tap into the darker aspect of magic. That was the domain of evil wizards like the Malfoys.
But the sticking point was that she knew that the man standing across from her wasn’t evil, and that he never had been. He might have chosen evil several times over already in his young life, and he had never done it. Ginny wondered if she herself could have held out against the temptation to fall into darkness in the way that Draco had managed to avoid, not just once, but over and over again. This was not the first time that the thought had occurred to her, and when she was honest with herself, she knew that she could never be sure if the answer was yes or no.