Ginny discovers that Harry has cheated on her during the War and is furious when Hermione--one of the ones he shagged--actually thinks she can criticise her for being upset because of it.
A post-DH fic focusing on the relationship between Harry and his godson Teddy Lupin over the course of the boy's life.
A crossover with Classic StarTrek. Here Dr. Christine Chapel is Harry's godmother (his mother's best friend) and Dumbledore's grand-daughter (he and McGonagall are married here) and Christine was once engaged to Sirius, Harry's godfather. HP universe is canon except for being set in 23rd century.
Harry and Ginny marry, yet he dies in the Final Battle (no chance for wedding night). Five years go by and she meets a young man very much like Harry...almost too much so...and can't help wondering: had her lost husband been reincarnated?
A twisted little plot bunny that bit me two years ago. I generally prefer the family relationship between Harry and Sirius. In this fic, however, they fall in love. However, Harry also loves Ginny here ... and though it's not easy for any of them, all end up happy. [There is even male pregnancy.]
Harry comes back from the Second Wizarding War with an unpleasant surprise for Ginny...and she reacts predictably.
Harry overhears Hermione and Ginny discussing the very sexy costumes they intend to wear in order to ambush him and Ron at the upcoming Halloween ball. Because of this, he tells Ron and the boys plot their revenge.
It's a year after the Final Battle. Graduation day looms for our young heroes and heroines. All receive awards, including Neville and Mrs. Weasley. Harry even makes a public announcement as to his and Ginny's engagement, and at the ball following the ceremonies, they actually--finally--get to dance the Waltz from fourth year together.
First in a post-DH series which attempts to bridge the gap between the end of Chapter 36 and the Epilogue. This one covers the time between Harry and company leaving the Headmaster's office and Ginny seeing him again. (Actually, even though it was posted first, 'Wind Beneath My Wings' is actually the second in the series. I'm writing as the inspiration hits me, not in order. Sorry for any confusion.)
A post-DH (with spoilers, naturally) which attempts to fill in some missing scenes in the last chapter of the book. Ginny is tired of Harry and company continuing to treat her like a child, not to mention a liability, and is determined that they cease and desist, whatever she has to do to make them stop it. All the same, she ends up forgiving Harry and they eventually marry and start a family.
This is a post-HPDH fic involving one of Harry's numerous nightmares, this one born of guilt over his supposedly causing more deaths of friends and loved ones, prompting some of them to visit him in the dream and set him straight once and for all.
An AU 7th-year Valentine's Day fic. (It's AU because Sirius is alive here.) After Harry gives her a rose and chocolates to mark the occasion, Ginny seeks him out to give him her own gift ... but gets a nasty surprise when she finds him. Upon recovering from the shock, she plots her revenge.
Harry has a dream about the Mirror of Erised and what he sees there prompts him to act on his growing attraction to Ginny. Sixth-year fic. Set shortly before events of HBP.
It is now ten years after their flight from England. A now-married, albeit estranged, Harry and Hermione return there from America, where they have been living, with their two daughters, twins Lily and Helen, named for their mothers. They have heard from McGonagall, who has offered them teaching positions at Hogwarts. However, they cannot be sure just what kind of reception they're likely to get from those they left behind, mainly because of the way they left.
Harry declares a vendetta against Draco Malfoy and his lowlife cousin Dudley for sexually assaulting Ginny in order to get revenge on him.
What's a boyfriend to do when the love of his life starts writing him love notes...in Pig Latin? For Harry Potter, the only thing he can do is learn Pig Latin.
It is decided to sell cheesecake/beefcake calendars of the best-looking Hogwarts students to raise money for the school. Harry and Ginny end up being chosen, and thereby hangs the tale.
Ginny experiences heartache and emotional hardship as she deals with Harry's infatuation with Cho Chang and virtually ignoring her for the better part of a year. However, their relationship inexplicably improves considerably near the end of the year. Can the newest (and positive) prediction that the Divination teacher, Sybill Trelawney, gave her regarding herself and Harry be coming true?
Draco and Pansy, Harry and Ginny quarrel over the boys' obsessions with the Dark Arts and Voldemort respectively. Pansy decides to seduce Harry in revenge...and it works--too well--and it takes Ron and Hermione, with Neville's help, to straighten things out.
In this version of the Final Battle, Ron sacrifices himself to save Harry, prompting the latter to go on a heavy "guilt trip"; it takes the entire remainder of the Weasley family as well as Hermione (among others) to assure him that it was Ron's choice to do what he did because he loved Harry and that no one blames him for what happened --so it's time he stopped blaming himself.
After four years away working as an Auror, Harry Potter returns home to both renew friendships and hopefully rekindle his past romance with Ginny Weasley.
In Harry's fifth year, Sirius decides it's time to sit him down and give him a frank talk about life and love.
Harry and Ginny quarrel because she wants to accompany him, Ron and Hermione on the quest for the Horcruxes and to fight Voldemort, but he wants her to stay behind, ostensibly for her own safety. It takes Ron's homespun wisdom to convince his friend that it would be logical to have all the help he can possibly muster in said quest...help which includes Ginny.
A seventeen-year-old Harry Potter writes a poignant letter to the girl he loves yet has to leave behind to go fight the forces of Darkness. He promises to do everything he can to come back to her ... and he does, eventually. It just takes ten years for him to do so--and Ginny's life has undergone many changes in that time.