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
I'm really enjoying this story a lot and I just wanted to express that to you! I think my favorite part of it is the fact that Draco is working for the Order because he is pretty much being held hostage via his money (regardless of whether he does turn out slightly decent in the end). Your rationale for his switch makes far more sense than just about any other attempt I've seen. I also like Ginny's truce with him: “You don’t want to be here and I can help you get out faster.” It is SO pleasant to read a story that you can honestly believe. Can't wait for more of this! :)
Draco unwittingly leaves Ginny in her seventh year, alone and pregnant. When Draco returns to England seventeen years later, can he find a place in her life? And will her children be okay with him when they meet?Category: Works in Progress
I was doubtful when I first started this chapter because fics that depict the characters and their children in the future are rarely convincing to me. Because of this, your fic was a lovely surprise!! The descriptions of Ginny's kids and their antics (esp. in front of Quality Quidditch Supplies) were both very enjoyable AND delightfully believeable! It was like meeting Fred and George all over again. I'm really excited about this story! Hope the 5 kids have some more adventures soon; I can't wait to read some more of this!
"The smile of the snow is white."Category: Completed Short Stories
That was lovely! I enjoyed the fragmented perspective and the descriptions (a cup of cold chicken soup!). And, of course, the ending. Nicely done.