Christmas is a time meant to be spent with family and friends, not with your worst enemy on a remote mountaintop. Oh well.Category: Long and Completed
Aww! Such a fluffy ending. Lovely. :)
They both had their reasons in the beginning of it, but as their relationship changed, so did those reasons. Draco and Ginny focus on the here and now.Category: Completed Short Stories
My favourite line: "[It] was filled with love and admiration for someone she loved and admired."
Ginny ponders the question of motherhood.Category: Long and Completed
Interesting dynamic between Draco and Ginny. Should be interesting to see how this develops.
Just one point: the "your" in the "Your what?" that Draco says should be a "you're".
Aw, some much-needed advice from their mums. I hope Draco can clear up the misunderstandings.
By the way, there's a typo about half-way through, with "Author" instead of "Arthur".
Hehe, seeing Draco get riled up is hilarious.
"Ginny, will you marry me?"
She shook her head no.
LOL! Couldn't stop laughing for a while after that.
The ending of this chapter was sweet. :)
Aw, what a cute fluffy ending. Heh, what a time for Ginny to change her mind about getting married; though it wasn't totally unexpected. 'Tis fun to see a Draco who's wrapped around Ginny's little finger. :)
Ginny's trying to study, but the library is a very distracting place.Category: Completed Short Stories
Hehehe. A lovely bit of fluff. :)
All of the wizarding world believed Draco Malfoy died at the wand of his father. Except his wife, Virginia. Seven years later, Draco stumbles upon a life he can't remember, twins he never knew, and a wife he might lose. In the coming days, he tries to remember, she tries to forget, and Blaise Zabini finds himself in a position he never thought he'd be in.Category: Long and Completed
Aw, that's heart-wrenching.
Rain and tears intermingled with regret and remorse, the pain of knowing what might never be. Draco must make a choice between his father's demands and Ginny.Category: Completed Short Stories
Oh my God. What an ending. I almost can't believe you ended it there. Your style of writing is amazing; the way you have rambling sentences, almost like thoughts circling around someone's head, followed by short sharp sentences is a very effective way to notch up the tension.
Although I felt the way that Draco and Ginny got together seemed rather improbable, the subsequent storyline of was well expressed and led to a very horrifying cliff-hanger of an ending.
An interesting read.
Healer Malfoy and Nurse Ginny work at a clinic for low income wizarding families.Category: Works in Progress
This is a brilliant story; the premise is original and the characters, Ginny and Malfoy in particular, are very well fleshed out. Ginny's fears and reservations about working with a death eater, former or not, is understandable, but so is the glimpse of Draco's frustration that we see, when he realises that his past sins will always come back to haunt him, no matter how far he travels or what he accomplishes.
I'm really looking forward to the date; I wonder whether they'll start to become more comfortable around each other, or whether they'll just avoid talking about the incident earlier in the day.
This is an amazing story; it would be wonderful if you continued with it.
Ginny sets the record straightCategory: Works in Progress
Wow. This is an amazing start to the story. It looks like a very ambitious one too. The characterisations are spot on.
Ginny receives a box of chocolates from an unknown sender. When she actually tries them, she's in for a treat.Category: Completed Short Stories
No, this just *can't* be the last chapter! Just when our Ginny was going to meet her admirer/torturer. It's a great shame that you've abandoned this story. I hope that someday you'll find the time to continue with it.
*Complete* "There are hundreds of invisible people in the world – the ones that you would never notice. You can see them, because they are there, but you don’t SEE them really. I realized that night that I was invisible." When you feel invisible, you'd do anything to have someone really see you; the way you've always wanted to be seen. But if the only person who actually sees you is the last person you'd ever expect it to be, what do you do? [Post Hogwarts]Category: Long and Completed
"He left a Ginny Weasley sitting alone at the table, stunned into silence." It's nice to see Draco being able to make an irate Ginny speechless; that's usually an impossible feat. :)
Ah, I remember reading this story not too long ago, but I came across it randomly and was hooked once again. It's probably due to the fact that I know what's going to happen and I'm taking some enjoyment out of the fact that neither Ginny nor Draco has any idea of how this Act will change their lives forever. *goes off to read the next chapter.*
“That’s because you haven’t seen her at all,”
What a wonderful line! I think it's my favourite, so far. It sums up Draco's growing respect and admiration for Ginny and hints at his growing feelings for her. Lovely.
I like how Ginny can sense dark magic; it brings a whole new dimension to the story and her character, adding another reason why she is so determined to ban Dark Magic across Europe.
Wow, what a powerful scene. I'm talking about the kiss, rather than the monumentous strength that caused the sanctuary to be restored. ;D
I felt swept away with the mingling of desire and power and need that rose so swiftly between them. It was truly magical to read. :)
When writing a review for a chapter in this story, I come to realise that within the chapter, almost every chapter, there is a total mood shift. By that, I mean how Draco and Ginny are getting along and everything's going well and then by the end they're at each other's throats, with little chance that either can understand each other's point of view. I don't know how you manage it and make it all seem plausible, but you do. It's fun to read, that's for sure.
I was going to comment on Ginny's devious streak - making Draco believe she's angry at her to hear him confess his feelings for her. The Twins' mischievousness has definitely rubbed off on Ginny.
I like how realistic the argument in this chapter between Draco and Ginny is. The misunderstandings and frustrations due to them are palpable and it's totally understandable how Draco is reluctant to believe Vincent is aiming to destroy the unicorns and also why Ginny believes Draco is being uncomprehendingly stubborn in this regard. 'Tis great, engaging writing.
A post Hogwarts romance proving that house boundaries cease to be important when you fall in love.Category: Long and Completed
This is my first Flint/Bell fic, but I'm liking how you're building up the story.
I think your characterisations are great. Although we don't know much about Marcus or Katie from canon, they are quite believable. And I really like how you've portrayed the Weasleys. Too many fics have them all tolerant or all hating Draco; it's good to see a realistic mixture. Ginny's breakdown at the end of this chapter was just heartbreaking - I'm going to rush off to read the next chapters now.. (can't wait to see what Draco does for revenge *grins*).
I'm kind of unsure about how easily Katie told Marcus about her murdered family, but the chapter is written so well that I can ignore that tiny little point and enjoy the story. I like that part about Snape; I hate it when he's cast as the unredeemable villain.
The dynamic between Ginny and Draco is so fun to read. Can't wait for the proposal!
Aww, what a great proposal. Nervous!Draco is very funny to read. :) The Ginny/Katie interaction was well done, too.
*Laughs* I love Elizabeth's purely Slytherin streak - threatening the Sorting hat into submission. :oD
Even though there are only a few lines about Aden Malfoy, I love him to bits too. Could there be a fic with Elizabeth and Aden in more prominence? Any chance at all? Pretty please?
*sighs* It's a shame this story is over.. the interactions between the characters were fun to read and the plot was engaging. Hope to read more of your fics (preferably involving Liz and Aden ;)).
How exactly did Ginny end up living with Draco in 'Second Impressions'...Category: Completed Short Stories
Just finished reading Second Impressions and I was very glad to see this ficlet had been posted up too. A great way to have Ginny's moving in and the tattooing.
I liked Molly's point of view. It wasn't too extreme, as many 'disapproving Molly's usually are in D/G fics, but very realistic. I can now understand how the terrible rows between Ginny and the Weasley family started. A great back-story. :)
Gratitude comes in odd forms. Winter-time gift exchange between everyone's favourite weasel and ferret. Snarky one-shot.Category: Completed Short Stories
I *adore* this fic!
There are several similar one-shots that I've read, each having Draco gift a cloak, sometimes with matching hat and gloves, to Ginny for Christmas. However, this has got to be my favourite by a long shot. It's due to everything from the sardonic banter in the library, to Draco calling Ginny 'little red', (which is so cute), to the way that Draco idly curls a strand of Ginny's hair as he talks to her, to that really hot first kiss and also the ending; amusing and making the reader play out the many different scenarios on their own.
*Sighs*, I love your one-shots! :D
Rock bands at Hogwarts! Blossoming romance! And you would not believe what can be done with an oboe. A total guilty pleasure fic that is nowhere near complete.Category: Works in Progress
I hope that there'll be more of this. I can't wait to hear the two bands' songs. Should be interesting.
Hehe, I love how you had Hermione think Hans in Die Hard is hot; a nod to Alan Rickman.
'Tis a fun story to read. Hope the next chapter will be up soon!
Waking up together isn't always what it seems.Category: Completed Short Stories
A well-written, albeit rather short, piece. I liked where you cut it off. :)