No matter how much has changed since Draco and Ginny were last together, she will never be able to let him go. So she returns to Malfoy Manor to find him... but there have been even more changes than she expected. Originally written for a Christmas challenge at the FFN forum.Category: Works in Progress
Chapter THREE Quote of the Day:
"I can't blame anyone anymore," said Draco, still not looking at her. "I haven't the energy, I suppose."
Ginny turned on him then, unable to bear the impasse a moment longer. "What rubbish. You've got the energy to mope around and feel sorry for yourself, don't you?"
A faint color began to rise in his cheeks. "I've lost the ancestral seat of the Malfoys and most of the money to boot, not six months ago. And I'm lucky I'm not rotting in Azkaban into the bargain. I'm not feeling sorry for myself."
"Then you're doing a bloody good imitation," she retorted.
A guide to people, places, and things in the DDD-verse, this manual can help to negotiate through the thicket of plotty goodness that is the DDD-verse. (Watch out for rabid plot bunnies!) Chapter summaries and timeline included! Free chocolately Draco prize inside! WARNING: Extreme spoilers, obviously. Do NOT read this without reading DDD first.Category: Works in Progress
Summaries for chapters 98 to the end so that we're all caught up! And as a VERY special treat… a cookie from the first chapter of the sequel to DDD.
I don't know if posting this is a useful thing or the height of horrible hubris, but enough people have asked.... so here it is.Category: Essays
Draco plays some very nasty games with Ginny, but she emerges the winner. Smutty, smutty, smutty. Also, his potty mouth is thoroughly indulged.Category: Completed Short Stories
An amusement park based on the Tudor dynasty sounded like a good idea when George and Luna first proposed it to Ginny. But nobody counted on insufficient codpieces, Styrofoam beheadings, random roller coasters, and above all, Draco Malfoy…Category: Works in Progress
Chapter 6 quote of the day:
Ginny dropped the folder to the table and stared at Draco. He had read every word correctly.
“Why do I know the text of this letter?” he asked, his eyes on hers. “Why do I remember every word? Why do I almost remember you, but not quite? And why do I feel that I shouldn’t know these things; that it’s forbidden?”
“We were… we were together. For six months, Draco.” She didn’t even realize that she’d called him by his first name, too. “We used to meet at different places on your family’s properties, the Manor, the estate in Cornwall, the flat in Kensington, and here, here in this cottage.”
“When was the last time you saw me?”
“About a year ago. The day of your last meeting with the Wizengamot.”
Draco gnawed on his lower lip, looking more uncertain than she’d ever seen him. “How long were we… together?”
“You really don’t remember,” she whispered.
Worlds collide when Draco and Ginny make a desperate attempt to keep Voldemort from rising in an alternate reality. But first, they must confront the sinister secrets of their shared past... in both our world and their own. And some of those secrets are dark indeed.Category: Works in Progress
Chapter 4 Quote:
Ginny looked at Draco narrowly as a new thought struck her. “Or maybe you’re letting me talk to your lawyer for free because you expect me to do something for you. I think you know what I mean!”
“I didn’t say—”
“Because if you’re thinking that, then you can just forget it right now.” Just in case he wasn’t planning to trade free legal advice for sex, she decided not to spell anything out. But after all, she was now the girl next door whenever he happened to stop by his property in Sunol. If he wanted a quickie on his way to or from San Jose, she’d be convenient and available. A lot like a drive-through Starbucks, in fact. She could be his triple latte with nonfat milk and three Splendas. Ooh! Before she could really work herself into an irritated rage, he spoke again.
“Yes, I know what you mean, and believe me, I’m not thinking it.” Draco stopped short, but Ginny was sure about the rest of what he’d wanted to say. I have dozens of incredibly experienced and sophisticated girlfriends at my disposal, and they all practice exotic sexual techniques, wear Manolos, and carry Kate Spade handbags. Why would I be interested in a girl who drives a 1989 Honda Odyssey and has callused hands?
Category: Works in Progress
HAPPY NEW YEAR! And here's Part 2. :) Can Draco survive Yuletide Eve when he's thrown to the Weasley wolves at the Burrow? Will Ginny be able to save him? Is Fred going to stab him with a carving fork? And who's George's significant other? These questions and many more will be answered in the artistic extravaganza that is... A Very D/G Christmas.
A Quote from Part Two:
“It’s true then,” said Fred, continuing as if Draco hadn’t spoken, He moved around George to confront Ginny. “You’re really seeing him. You’ve really brought him to Yuletide dinner. You’ve actually done it, Ginny.”
That did sum up the situation quickly, at least, thought Draco.
“Look, Fred, I know. I should have just come straight out and told you,” said Ginny, stepping out of George’s protective embrace.
“No, you shouldn’t have done,” said Fred. “You shouldn’t be doing this at all. I’ll do *him* a favor. How’s that?” He shot Draco a look of intense dislike. “I’ll let *him* leave instead of unleashing every hex I can think of. “
Draco groaned inwardly. This was not going to be a good holiday dinner.
Draco and Ginny at the Burrow for Yule! Throw in tense dinners, shocking family secrets, Santa suits, and a dragon or two… what could possibly go wrong?Category: Works in Progress
A Cookie From Chapter 25:
“Do come away from that door,” her mother said. “The storm must have hit. We can talk about—everything—later on. Right now, we need to find where that other piece ended up; they’re bound to be around here somewhere.” She was right, of course, thought Ginny. Perhaps they could let the conversation pass by for the moment, pretend that it hadn’t happened at all, and get caught up in the work of finding everyone else. She forced herself to start turning away.
Then she heard the desperate cry.
“Ginny! Ginny! Where are you… Ginny…”
The voice was Draco Malfoy’s, and it was coming from outside the door, from the whirlwind of snow.
She had the presence of mind to grab her coat from a hook on the wall, and then she started to open the door.
A silly drabble about what would inevitably happen if Harry and Ginny ever got (God forbid) married. Anyone expecting intricate plotting or vast character development will be disappointed, but leather pants are involved, however tangentially.Category: Completed Short Stories
The stunning secret ending of Book 7, now revealed! As presented in my two presentations at Lumos. Okay, there's more than that, but I wanted that part to show up at the beginning of the summary! Read the twisted web of theories about love potions, Snape, H/G, JKR's unorthodox religious beliefs, secret gospels, and, yes, endings to Book 7. Extra D/G information added for this archive! You'll laugh! You'll cry! You'll fall in love with canon all over again.Category: Essays
Harry, Hermione, Draco, and Ginny are trapped in a dungeon and forced to endure Professor Snape's detention. What does he make them do? Why, read bad fanfic, of course. My one and only MST.Category: Completed Short Stories
NEW, REVISED EDITION!! The Last Chapter. See what you think of this version! :)Category: Long and Completed
By the spring of her fifth year, Ginny Weasley had almost convinced herself that she didn’t really still want Harry Potter. But when he finally kissed her one Hogsmeade weekend in June, she couldn’t resist the power of all those years of waiting and watching and hoping and praying. Six months later, her dream has finally come true… except that Draco Malfoy just won’t leave her alone. Strange things are afoot, and once Ginny starts to figure out what’s really going on, nothing is as simple as it seems…
The good news is that magical chocolate really does have romance-enhancing properties. The bad news is that at Hogwarts, well, everybody's been giving chocolate to everyone else at Hogwarts for years. Including the giant squid. What will happen when the consequences catch up with them all at last?Category: Completed Short Stories
NEW, revised, and expanded version. What really happened between Draco and Ginny in the Room of Requirement? Well, some very interesting things, and the rating has been bumped up to Definitely Naughty, as y'all can see. Film spoilers. Enjoy.Category: Completed Short Stories
Canon D/G in Book 7? Plot secrets revealed? Ginny's fate? Fractures in the Trio? Draco's decisions? Yep, they're all here and more, in Creamtea's astonishing predictions for Book 7. Come and see! Presented, as always, by Anise. :)Category: Essays
Creamtea reveals the shocking truth about why H/G REALLY existed in HBP, and what it meant. Backed up with solid canon evidence! Surprises! Unassailable logic! A D/G ending! Read it and explore the mystery...Category: Essays
Yep, Creamtea gave me permission to post her fabulous theory on THIS SITE ONLY. We're special. :) Contains amazing and well-supported ideas about what will happen to Draco (and Ginny) in HBP. Aside from a short note that is noted as such, I didn't write any of this.Category: Essays
All Ginny wants is to get the upper hand just once with drool-worthy hunk of man candy and callous playboy Draco Malfoy before he moves on to his next careless conquest. So how did this simple plan lead to time travel, nefarious plots involving the most infamous whorehouse in the wizarding world, and the teenaged Draco’s achingly sweet, chocolate-flavored kisses? Even Draco Malfoy was innocent once, as Ginny learns all too well…Category: Long and Completed
Chapter ONE HUNDRED EIGHTEEN Quote of the Day:
THE LAST CHAPTER
The minutes ticked by, long enough for Ginny to know that against all reason, all common sense, she still wanted impossible things from him. But she would leave. Even after today, even when her body ached from him and for him, when she could feel that he had begun to shape her to him, she would turn around and leave him. I will, I will, she thought.
“You don’t understand,” said Draco.
“Oh?” Ginny said stiffly. “At least he hadn’t touched her, she thought. She would not be able to find the strength to pull herself away from him, and she knew it.
Canon proof for D/G! JKRís hidden da Vinci code! Draco as the HBP! Yep, itís all here, and more, in this essay. I decided (with some nudging from Mynuet) that it was now or never, for publishing this thing. Read it, and make of it what you will.Category: Essays
The war drags on and on, and Ginny and Draco are trapped in a never-ending cycle of passion, betrayal, revenge, and reunion on opposite sides of the battle… until a terrifying chance comes along to change it all.Category: Long and Completed
CHAPTER FIVE quote of the day:
THE LAST CHAPTER
“Oh, no,” moans Ginny.
“Wait a minute,” says Draco. “That’s Lovegood, and she can see us. That means…” His eyes grow cold. “You’re no hallucination, are you?”
“What else do you think I’ve been trying to tell you for the past half hour?” hisses Ginny.
So you're a fanfic author, and you want to get published. But you're kind of thinking that an eentsy bit of the HP characters as written in your fanfic just might end up wending their wicked way into your original material. To wit, Draco and Ginny. What's the situation? What does U.S. copyright law really have to say here? Well, luckily Anise has come to the rescue with the cutting-edge news...Category: Essays
Disclaimer: I AM NOT a copyright lawyer. However, I DO have a master's degree in another field, and I HAVE done a lot of academic research. Also, I consulted an attorney during the writing of this essay. That being said, she's a friend, and she gave me her time for free. Results not guaranteed.
Ginny and Draco must take a cross-country road trip in a Honda Civic in order to find Mad-Eye Moody and Harry Potter, who have been sucked through a wormhole into another dimension of time and space, a land of unimaginable bizarreness... Southern California. Much madness and satire of American pop culture ensues! Will Draco get a makeover that involves leather pants? Why are male wizards in Santa Monica wearing push-up bras? And what's with the drugged-out hippie elves? Read this fic and find out... ;)Category: Works in Progress
Draco springs Ginny from women's prison, but will she ride in his aqua-blue Cadillac? And why is he using so much Miracle Whip? Watch out for that rat poison, not to mention the nine-inch heels... Utter crackfic (more or less) inspired by the longer video for Lady Gaga/Beyonce's *Telephone*.Category: Completed Short Stories
Category: Completed Short Stories
A triumph of bad taste, this stupid, dreadful, and hastily thrown-together thing began as a post in ARGH, and went from there. Basically, we were all arguing that Harry saving Ginny in the CoS did not foreshadow eternal deathless twu wuv, because, well, he’s saved a lot of people. My twisted little mind then wondered, “Hmm… what if the same thing had to be true of everyone’s Harry ever saved?” And this was born…
The sequel to The Bat-Bogeys Cometh, and the second in the trilogy. In the summer of 1997, the entire wizarding world hovers above the abyss of its own destruction. The Death Eaters have escaped Azkaban and killed dozens of students on the Hogwarts Express, and the school has become a fortress of fear. No-one knows what happened to Draco Malfoy... except for Ginny. But there is more to the story than anybody dreams, and Ginny cannot resist going to Sirius Blackís grave on a long, hot summer evening, and as she tries to unravel the mystery of his life and death, she falls into a dream of the last days at Twelve Grimmauld Place with him, two years before. And when Ginny wakes to the reality of 1997 Hogwarts, she begins to understand why she is remembering all of these long-gone events... because although her last chance to save the wizarding world from the doom that awaits it lay in that summer past, there are powers to whom nothing is impossibleófor a price.Category: Works in Progress