In which Ginny attempts to cope with the perils of pro-active dating, and Draco is a merciless tease. Banter - among other things - ensue.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginevra Weasley has woken up in an alternate reality, but no one else seems to have noticed - not even her fiance. Now she has to travel to the past to get her future back.Category: Works in Progress
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Draco and Ginny are separating after five years together... But are either of them really ready to let go?Category: Long and Completed
A tale of unrequited love, denial, and politically incorrect halloween costumes.
Written for a DG Forum fic exchange.
Tensions boil over at Christmas time when Ginny is unable to resolve a long standing argument with her boyfriend.Category: Completed Short Stories
This fic was written for Kim for the 2013 Christmas exchange at the DG Forum.
Ginny Potter could become Ginny Weasley for one evening, just like how she would become another woman on any other night. Draco Malfoy wanted Ginny Weasley, and by Merlin he had her. Oneshot for Rowan Greenleaf's Polyjuice Brothel challenge at the DG Forum - rated M for smut.Category: Completed Short Stories
Ginny Weasley wants nothing more than to focus on her Quidditch career and have a fun time doing it - but between the Ministry of Magic's plans to implement new marriage regulations, slanderous news articles by Rita Skeeter and a pair of irritating Slytherins, she just can't catch a break.Category: Works in Progress
A feminist take on the Marriage Law trope, with DG for good measure.
**Previously titled Of Marriage Laws and Liberal Feminism**
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Private Detective Ginny Weasley makes her living from investigating affairs, but on this case, only one thing is clear: there's more to Draco Malfoy than meets the eye.Category: Long and Completed
For the DG Forum 2015 Fic Exchange - Winner of Most In Need of a Sequel.
"The peculiar sensation of ice against my skin now, so cold it felt like I was on fire, was like I was being branded as a punishment for yearning for the unattainable." For the DG Forum's 2015 Kris Kringle.Category: Completed Short Stories