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The Pureblood Pact by potionseagle    (Reviews - 20)

After a last-ditch effort to evade the Dark Lord goes awry, Ginny finds herself in Slytherin, best friends with Pansy Parkinson and engaged to none other than Draco Malfoy.
Category: Works in Progress
Rating: Definitely Naughty
Characters: Draco Malfoy, Ginny Weasley, Other Characters, Pansy Parkinson, Severus Snape
Compliant with: HBP and below
Era: Hogwarts-era
Genres: Drama, Romance
Warnings: Blood, Graphic Violence
Completed: No
Series: None
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Chapters: 8 | Word count: 15786 | Read count: 2165 | Published: Aug 26, 2017 | Updated: Apr 01, 2018
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Reviewer: idreamofdraco Signed
Date: Aug 27, 2017 Title: Chapter 1: Meddling With Time

What the what!!! Time travel is one of my favorite tropes in fan fic, and while Ginny isn't the one time traveling in this story (her note is), I'm very intrigued by this setup all the same! I also can't say I've read many Slytherin Ginny fics (I think just one), so I have no idea how those are usually done, but I love how in your story Ginny is thrust into a new timeline where she ended up in Slytherin. I can already foresee her struggle assimilating into her new timeline and coming to terms with the relationships she's supposed to have built. I wonder if her relationship with her family has changed... or even Hermione and Harry?? And she wasn't able to stop Voldemort with her note!! (Unless someone else is the Dark Lord instead of Voldemort...??) This chapter was just enough to pique my interest! Can't wait to see more!!

Author's Response: So glad you're liking it so far! I'm a sucker for time travel, as well. A lot of things have changed, but it will be a slow reveal regarding the effect of Ginny's note and her relationships to all of our favorites. Thank you for reviewing! I'll definitely be updating soon. :)

Reviewer: idreamofdraco Signed
Date: Sep 11, 2017 Title: Chapter 2: Sleeping Arrangements

Welp, not only has Ginny's relationship with her family changed, her whole family has changed, too! D: Hmmm, I wonder why Ginny would be in danger if her relationship to Draco was public? I'm going to guess that the Order of the Phoenix is supposed to be the villains in this story and they would, of course, target Ginny for being close to Draco. But if the good guys are bad (assuming they are), does that mean the bad guys are good? Or are they still bad and we're just supposed to be on their side?

I'm probably way off base, haha. Anyway, the mystery continues!

Author's Response: Glad you're still enjoying it! :) I probably was unclear, but Draco was saying she would be in danger if someone finds out they aren't romantically involved (it's public info that they're engaged). Sorry for any confusion! Without saying more, I will definitely be getting into the good/bad divide in this story. Thanks for reviewing! :)

From The Dining Table by GammaDraconis    (Reviews - 1)

Maybe one day you’ll call me and tell me that you’re sorry, too.

or

It’s all over and Draco doesn’t know what to do with himself. (based on the song by Harry Styles)
Category: Completed Short Stories
Rating: Definitely Naughty
Characters: Draco Malfoy, Ginny Weasley
Compliant with: All but epilogue
Era: Post-Hogwarts
Genres: Romance, Smut
Warnings: None
Completed: Yes
Series: None
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Chapters: 1 | Word count: 2642 | Read count: 177 | Published: Dec 21, 2019 | Updated: Dec 29, 2019
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Reviewer: idreamofdraco Signed
Date: Dec 29, 2019 Title: Chapter 1: 1.

Your prose is so beautiful in this story! You can palpably feel Draco's despair and sadness. And I LOVE that you embraced Draco's emotions here, the good ones (grief isn't necessarily good, but at least it's born of a more positive emotion - love) and the bad ones (the jealousy that leads him to self-destruct).

I have always been of the opinion that Draco is an extremely emotional character, but sometimes people like to pretend he's above emotions. He's not above anger and jealousy, certainly. He displays that a lot when interacting with Harry. But he also expresses fear and despair and he cries with Myrtle during Half-Blood Prince. He's got all kinds of emotions, so it's just lovely to see a story about how he feels about losing Ginny.

A very moving story. Thank you for sharing!

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm so so glad you think so. It means so much coming from you. And I totally agree! I also think Draco's sensitivity, while often hidden, is a very important part of his character. He is so very vulnerable and that's what makes him such a complex character. Thank you so much for leaving a review on my story :)