Why should Draco care if Ginny Weasley wears lip gloss or not? Fluffy, AU, and happy - my current favorite!Category: Works in Progress
Just stumbled across this one and it's amazingly cute!! I know it was posted awhile ago, but are you ever going to continue? I'd absolutely love to read more :-)
It's a commonly known fact that there is nothing quite as sexy as a female pirate. There's just something about the way she looks at you that makes you grab your bits while wondering what she's like in bed. Currently Hogwarts hosted three female pirates. Primarily G/D with HrG/PP, LL/BZ and PP/TN thrown in for variety.Category: Works in Progress
I am excited to see how these three interact with the rest of the students, so great job getting me intrigued! I can't wait to see how they get treated when they're not on board the ship...are the other students jealous? And why isn't Hermione on the crew? There is a lot of tension created in this first chapter, especially with Umbridge, and I am interested in how it will play out. Swashbuckling is fun!
One nitpicky thing I have to mention because it took me out of the story a bit: the ship's name. I got confused between the ship and the school since they are both the same word...could you change the name to something else like the Albus or the Myrtle? Just some ideas. Also, S.S. stands for "steamship" which the pirate ship is not. :-P I'd just call it "the [name here]".
Great start, I'll be following this fic!
Draco and Ginny go out on a date post-Hogwarts. Ginny is disappointed with Draco's lack of originality. Can he make it up to her?Category: Works in Progress
I love the way you're throwing Ron into the situation...his suspicion and guidelines are hilarious! I actually look forward to Ron's interactions with Draco since he isn't falling into the AngryRon cliche. Your version of ALL the characters is fantastic. :-)
Ginny and Draco both begin the new year at Hogwarts with hesitation for what lays ahead in their future, not aware that they have a lot more in common than they realize.Category: Works in Progress
This dovetails so neatly with the canon, and yet you're giving us great insight into characters that JKR doesn't follow in the books...this is really well done, I'm excited to read more! All those
"secondary" characters are so fleshed out and human! :-)
Ginny gives up everything for one night of passion. Is it worth it?Category: Works in Progress
I actually have to disagree a bit with the portrayal of Draco in the 2nd chapter...don't get me wrong, because I am refreshed that he is acting canonically selfish. But the Draco JKR gives us has no problem mocking people, or making them feel low and meaningless. By pretending to be interested in the baby, Draco is sparing Ginny's feelings, and that doesn't seem in character. I wonder if you could play with that mean, sarcastic side of him in future chapters...it will make her struggle to reform him interesting!
Draco snorted. “You haven’t won. The Boy Wonder’s won. Don’t fool yourself Ginny, you’re nothing but a groupie.”Category: Completed Short Stories
She looked at him with solemn eyes. “You’re wrong.”
Draco and Ginny have one last conversation.
Your ending is totally true! The DH epilogue drove me CRAZY because I thought Ginny would have wanted to name one of her children after Fred! There was nothing of her in that perfect package JKR gave us. Very interesting that Draco points that out (although I can't help wishing you would show us how he got into a position to know her so well). Very nice and on-point piece!
Author's Response: Yes, the names absolutely KILLED me. Her entire personality in the book killed me. I feel like absolutely no thought or effort was put into her character for that book. In my happy world, Ginny and Draco were lovers that final year while they were both at Hogwarts and she really does love him, but chooses Harry because her mother, father, brothers, Hermione, and Harry himself, would not approve. At least then, she\'s a person with actual emotions. I\'m glad you enjoyed the story, thanks for the great review!
Draco doesn't remember their past together, and now she's just a Weasley to him. Ginny will do anything -jump through all the hoops, pose as an interior decorator, tap dance -ANYTHING- to break the spell that erased his memory and make him love her again.Category: Long and Completed
Your prose is really beautiful, and I am looking forward to more. :-)
Author's Response: Oh wow, what a wonderful compliment, thanks so much! ^_^
Ginny wonders: why would anyone name their son dragon?Category: Completed Short Stories
Wow, what a lovely story! The characters are perfectly portrayed, and I'm a sucker for sweet endings like the one you just gave us. :)
Author's Response: Thanks, me too. :) I'm especially happy to hear that I got the character's down pat; say that, and you can never go wrong. Plus, points for being my first reviewer! Thank you again. :)
Skeptical of Muggle Christmas traditions, Ginny writes her own letter to Santa, unaware of the surprise that awaits her under the tree.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh, gosh, the ending of this piece was perfect! Hahaha, I laughed out loud....well done!
Author's Response: Thank you so much! XD
When a dark artifact is stolen from Gringotts, Auror Ginny Weasley finds herself with a brand new partner to help her investigate. What was once myth and legend becomes all too real as Ginny and Draco discover the truth about the case - and one another.Category: Works in Progress
I'm really enjoying this story! The dialogue is so believable, and I like that D/G already have a history. I look forward to seeing how that plays out as they try to catch the thief!
Author's Response: Thank you so much, I'm glad you like it.