In His Shoes by La Guera04/06/2006
To Harry Potter, shoes had once represented all that was good and wondrous about magic. Not anymore.
Summon the Lambs to Slaughter by La Guera04/05/2006
When a disabled transfer student comes to Hogwarts, Severus Snape pushes her to the breaking point. Only he understands what she really needs. And when Snape is accused of a crime he did not commit, only she can prove his innocence. Will she put herself at risk for a man loved by none? Will he put aside his prejudice and anger? Or will their bitterness damn them both? Book One of a series.
Of Details and Dungbombs, I Know a Thing or Two by La Guera01/09/2006
George Weasley was comfortable in his loathing of Draco Malfoy until a temper tantrum led him to the Room of Requirement and changed everything.
The Private Garden of Neville Longbottom by La Guera10/04/2005
Every man tends a secret garden, and Neville Longbottom is no exception. He is a good boy, a diligent boy, and he does his best to tend it well in the moldering house of his grandmother, but every secret garden has a dark place where even the hands that tend it dare not venture.
The Count, Or, One One Thousand by La Guera08/14/2005
When she was a child, Luna Lovegood loved hide-and-seek and the mystical, magical count that preceded the hunt. But life has a way of souring things one holds dearest, and when the end comes, all that remains is the count.
Adeste Fidelis by La Guera12/23/2004
A Muggle church echoes with the strains of an old hymn, an exhortation for the faithful to come on bended knee. Across the moor in his lonely citadel, Harry Potter muses on the nature of faith.
One Drop At A Time by La Guera08/18/2003
The end never comes when you expect it, and sometimes even acceptance cannot save you. An SLS AU.
Graduation, Miss Stanhope by La Guera05/16/2003
Severus Snape has one last conversation with his most intractable pupil. An SLS AU
Sometimes There Is No Victory by La Guera04/15/2003
An unexpected betrayal plunges Hogwarts into chaos, and a student finds that love does not die so easily, that sometimes, there is no victory.
A student makes a last, desperate request of her favorite professor.
Winter's Debt by La Guera02/15/2003
The War is over, and Draco Malfoy has lost more than most. On his way to certain death, he reflects on family secrets and the price of a promise that must be kept.