It all started with an insult and a stolen kiss, then it became so much more.Category: Works in Progress
Draco and Ginny at Hogwarts. The prequel to And Baby Makes Three.
*beams* I am so. very. happy. that you've written more of this story. As much as I adore the kids- this is what made me adore your writing. :) I love love love the dance, and Draco and Ginny dancing at it, rest of the students be damned, and Blaise being the evil slag that we know and, er, love. And Pansy being so wonderfully intelligent and sneaky! And just everything, really. *loves*
Author's Response: Thank you! You know this is for you! I\'m just glad that you like it. I slagged Blaise up just for you, darling!
Ginny is having the worst day of her life... And then it gets better. An epilogue/followup to "The Plan", although I think it can stand alone.Category: Completed Short Stories
*grins* That was fabulous! And I have to admit that the part with Ginny and Mr. Lovegood was my favorite part... well, except maybe for wet naked Draco. :) Lovely story!
In his fifth year, Draco was moving towards a dark destiny... and slowly, inexorably, he began to pull Ginny in. Find out what *really* happened between those two during the events of Order of the Phoenix. Harry didn't know the half of it...Category: Long and Completed
This was an amazing, beautiful, wonderful story. I loved how you worked everything around OotP canon, and just the tone and feel of the story was amazing, without even mentioning the gorgeous writing. And- my favorite part- how utterly realistic and unoptimistic it was, with no one riding into the sunset. I'll stop raving now, I just wanted to say that this was an excellent, excellent story!
She eagerly awaits her first kiss. D/G for burgosdamascoCategory: Completed Short Stories
Oh, that was lovely! I adored the part about the baby getting into Hufflepuff. Draco and Ginny's meeting, and Draco meeting the baby, was absolutely perfect. Wonderful job!
"Tom never left you, not completely. He’s just been… dormant all these years. Waiting for his chance. Hurting you in whatever way he could. Tom was a memory, right? A memory trapped in a diary. Now he’s a memory trapped in you, and he won’t let you forget.”Category: Long and Completed
Ooh, this was wonderful! The imagery and tone of the mental ward were pefect, and Ginny's progressively unstable thoughts and behaviours as the solstice approached was chilling. The ambiguity of the ending was fabulous. I especially loved Draco mourning who Ginny had been before he had cleaved her memories of Tom. Excellent, excellent story!
Bill discovers his little sister is in a spot more trouble than he ever imagined.Category: Works in Progress
*bounces* I think you know my feelings on this story already but... Girl, you rock hardcore at funtabulous D/G with the bank robbery and life on the lam (even before breaking the law.) I love this story, and am so completely excited that you're working on it/revamping it! Great, great job!
Author's Response: Well, I had to totally write you crackfic cos I adore you! And I know how you\'d a bank robbin\' Draco :)
Oh, how I adore this fic! You know how I feel about the steamy undercurrent of Bill and Narcissa's interaction. Leland, the dog, was delightful as well in this chapter. You've definitely got a gift for creating loveable males. *grins* So the families are getting closer, Draco and Ginny are getting in deeper, and I can't wait to see all that you have in store for my absolutely favorite-est bank-robbing Draco/Ginny fic ever. *smooches*
When Ginny is compelled to do her duty for the Order she gets much more than she ever bargained for.Category: Works in Progress
*happy sigh* I think you already know how much I adore this story, this concept and this incarnation of Draco/Ginny, but I'm going to tell you again. I adore this!
I love the plot here - Ginny playing nursemaid to Draco, her reluctance. The way she reacts to the situation is perfect and refreshing, reluctant but not overly so. She is clearly a good person, and does what she needs to.
And poor Draco! His arm! And on top of that, having Ginny as his nurse, because she isn't going to take any of his crap. But I'm glad that there's clearly going to be a light at the end of their tunnel!
Basically, I really adore the concept for this story - the Death Eaters, the secluded hideaway, the way Draco and Ginny are forced together and clearly things are going to grow organically between them. Your writing is a treat to indulge in, and I'm so glad you're writing this story!
Author's Response: Thank you! *blushes* You flatter me so!
*smooshes Draco and Ginny together*
You write those kids together like nobody's business. I like the easy comraderie between them, the way they've grown used to the company of the other with minimal drama. Understandable, given that Draco's been ill and Ginny's been the caretaker.
Harry, on the other hand, just needs to... go elsewhere. *shoos him away from Ginny* His paranoia read as true, though.
I feel bad for Ginny, because she's clearly lonely there in the house. The part that made that most clear was when she thought her cooking might be scaring others off - totally sad! And the moment with the tailoring spells - I do adore your characterization of her. She needs a good hug.
And Draco's just the one to give it to her! Those moments of passion - though sadly filled with inaction - between them, with the tension palpable, were very well done. I was yelling for them to go ahead with it, but alas!
I adore this story wholeheartedly. Thank you for writing!
Author's Response: Ginny would like Harry to just \"go elsewhere\" too! Gin-Gin is lonely, but so is Draco. They both need good hugs! And *squee* Thank you for the lovely review!!
*beams* Oh, this story fills me with JOY.
ESPECIALLY when Draco and Ginny finally act on some of that tension they've been nurturing between them. They were so sweetly domestic over breakfast, and I love that Draco finally made a move. Granted, it was a bit belated for anything fun to happen before he was taken away, but, still!
So what all *does* Remus know? He was very cryptic and knowing in this chapter.
Also, Harry is a jerkface.
And who is Ron's secret sweetie? *wants to know* He and Gin were very sweetly sibling-y in this chapter. He's being very civil about the whole situation, by Ron-standards.
And poor, poor Gin! The story of her attack was sad, and her frustration about Molly keeping her locked way is palpable. Hopefully she'll manage to break away from her cottage.
*happy sigh* I am so happy you're writing this. It's a fantastic story, and I eagerly await the next update. Until then, I will happily be squeeing over the Draco/Ginny smooching you so wonderfully provided in this chapter. Fantastic job!!
Author's Response: *snuggles* I\'m so glad that I could make you happy with this chapter. Do you know how hard it is not to share the details of the story with you? It\'d damn hard, but your reactions are so worth it!
Draco's last statement is the sweetest thing ever, I swear. D'awwwww. However, I love that he wasn't sweet as pie throughout the entire interrogation. :) His anger and bitterness and attitude were perfect, and I love that he drove Ginny to defend Harry, who she's so disenchanted with, and then kept driving that stake home. You can really feel his frustration from being stuck with Potter and crew, and how that time wore him down.
But I really adore how his final admittance to Ginnny - under Veritaserum, thus making it totally legit and she has to deal with that somehow - continues to show his vulnerability, and I love that Ginny isn't taking advantage of that any more than is necessary.
Remus is fantastically devious here - mentioning the Veritaserum and not mentioning Draco's presence at first and generally just being awesome.
I also love Ginny's determination to not be useless, to get out there and help in the battle, rather than stay sheltered for her mother's sake. Another fantastic chapter! I can't wait to see how this all turns out!!
Author's Response: I\'m so glad that you are still loving this :) Yes, Draco is not a happy camper at the moment, but then who would be in his position? Ginny is also not a happy camper, and on top of everything else she has to deal with, Draco has dropped the L-Bomb on her *grins*
Category: Completed Short Stories
When Ginny meets his parents for the first time, things don’t go quite as Draco expects.
Okay, this is completely and utterly awesome.
Author's Response: Thank you so much! I'm so happy you think so! Though I owe you a huge debt for the inspiration!