The sequel to If Love is a Game...! Fifteen years after the best three years of her life and then disaster after disaster, Lorena Fawcett, Chief Prosecutor of the Wizarding Law, lands the case of her "cousin", Lucius Malfoy. Suddenly, she's catapulted back into the lives of people she once knew, especially the life of an old flame she never got over, Remus Lupin. But this is only the beginning of her troubles. And why exactly do teenagers have to be so hard to deal with?
Layla Milan came from one of the most powerful pureblood families of her time. It didn’t help her that she grew up to have amazing powers unlike any other. It’s been sixteen years since Regulus Black, her best friend, was said to have been killed by his own kind. Now, in the summer of 1997, she has been given the task to teach and mold the future of Ron Weasley, who has shown signs of powers. Things are going fine... That is, until Regulus shows up on her doorstep, claiming his innocence.
Ron knows that now, when members of the Order of the Phoenix look at him, they look past the red hair and freckles and think not Weasley, but Sirius Black. And now that he's dead, Ron wonders if history will repeat itself.
One January night in 1981, six year-old Percy Weasley writes a story about a dark and stormy night and the "bad wizards". He has questions about the war that neither of his parents are sure how to answer.
After half a year of searching for Horcruxes, Harry is tired and grumpy at Christmas. But after an unexpected Luna gives him a wonderful present from his past, Harry is left with only more guilt since he doesn't have a gift for her. But things aren't as bad as they seem. Not really.
"If you squint hard enough, you can still see Harry – or at least a faded Harry, but with his still vibrant green eyes." Being insane is one thing. Coming out of insanity with a mixing of memories is another. Ron takes that confusing journey post-Final Battle and struggles to make sense of what is real and what is not. Insanity is rarely ever a clear picture.
"For a moment, you think that life is beautiful." One night at the Burrow, Hermione talks to Ron about his ridiculous plan, the war, and Harry. That one night, she finds that his laughter is music to her ears.
"But at the ends of the earth, will the deep end be any different than the shallow if we are there for the same purpose?" Someone thinks about a certain death and his great promise to Harry after the funeral.
AU: Written Pre-HBP. Eighteen-year-old Severus Snape is having a very bad day. After getting into a argument with his "future wife" (until he finds a way out or they kill each other), Potter and Black steal his chocolate eggs his mother sent him. After a very unexpected kind act by someone equally as unlikely, Severus does something he regrets.
After a conversation with Molly Weasley, Tonks comes face-to-face with her new Patronus. What happens when Remus sees her new Patronus, too? No one always has a happy ending in the very beginning of a story.
Written for V.M. Bell's Song Title challenge. Ron recounts the time Malfoy called him a monkey in his fifth year and the repercussions it caused for Malfoy.
It had not only been Sirius Black and Regulus Black. There had been one more: Talitha Black, Regulus’s twin sister. When she starts teaching DADA, Snape is tailing her and Lucius Malfoy is twisting her path. Can things get any better when she meets a certain werewolf again? And not only does Talitha deal with her own problems, but she must deal with the rising problems of Draco Malfoy, Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Theodore Nott. AU - Sirius is still alive.
"To Hermione Granger, life was like a blank piece of parchment—like Transfiguration homework before it was completed—like an essay." The companion to You’re Dead. Hermione knew that Sirius’s death had affected more people than thought. All she could do was help Harry grieve and give him more knowledge. But for once in her life, she didn’t know what to do with Ron. She couldn’t correct him. She couldn’t help him now.
For Dudley's seventh birthday, he wants a puppy. In that puppy, Trouble, Harry finds his first best friend. But life is never fair to Harry as he gets his first taste of having something great ripped away from him.
Most crashes are dramatic and sudden. Then, there are others that are soft and take time, like that of the fall of the House of Nott. After the birth of her son, Theodore, Ella Nott learns of her husband's true work. But that is only the beginning. There on, the Dark Lord vanishes. And then, only time can tell until her time is up. Such a fall will never come around for centuries, as that of Ella Nott and the Nott family.
Behind every picture-perfect smile, there's bound to be a lie. There is no exception when it comes to the teenage portraits of the Four "Great" Founders that supposedly got along swimmingly until the end. Godric and Helga seem to be the perfect couple, while Salazar is in love with the hot-headed Rowena. Now, if only Rowena would see it that way...
"They say that blood is thicker than water. They obviously never met Theodore Branson Nott." Severus Snape must tell Draco Malfoy, Vincent Crabbe, and Theodore Nott that their fathers have been arrested. All react in different ways.
Determined to get at least one Weasley, Fudge arrests Ron for killing a Death Eater in battle. During court, when told to give his last words, Ron decides to sing "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen. Harry has ADHD; Ginny is constantly being ignored; Draco is epitome of his fandom; many girls faint, cry, and scream; and a few ships get poked at.
Beware--it's Harry Potter, TV soap opera-style! Dashingly handsome Draco Malfoy and fiery Ginny Weasley are engaged to each other. But when Lucius doesn't agree, to what extremes will he go to separate them? Featuring ginormous complications with Cho Chang and pointless drama! Prepare yourself for sobbing!Harry with a dash of Caplocksbold!Harry, angry!Ron, Caplocks!Ron, laughing!Ron, nagging!Hermione, wailing!Narcissa Malfoy, strange!Voldemort, diabolical!Lucius Malfoy, and verypsychotic!Lucius Malfoy! Oh, yeah, you might want to watch out for those arguments between old Lucy-Poo and me. Will Draco and Ginny live happily ever after or will Lucius ruin it all?!
It's the Marauders' final year at Hogwarts and they have everything - and that includes a few big problems. James matures and finally wins over Lily; Remus falls head over heels for Lucius Malfoy's cousin; and Sirius finally gets the girls of his dreams. But that girl is supposed to marry Malfoy and her parents hate Sirius and her friends. Soon, she must choose between being the next Mrs. Lucius Malfoy or the early deaths of Sirius and her friends. Deep trouble is on the horizon of bliss.
Almost every late night or early morning, seven year-old Ron hears his parents get into explosive fights. In the morning, they act like nothing happened. But Ron knows - and it's hurting and confusing him because he's the only one that does know. But after witnessing a horrible fight for the first time, Ron explodes and tells his parents everything that they need to know what they're doing to their family - to their home. A rather well-written songfic to Blink 182's "Stay Together For the Kids".
The sequel to "I Suck at Letters, Love Ron"! Hermione is stuck in her hotel room in France with a nasty summer cold. So when she gets Ron's rather messy letter, she is ecstatic and shocked by the state of it. However, this doesn't dismay her from writing a long letter as usual. But she must get back to work quickly or she might start having Ron-Withdraws. A day in Hermione's life is never easy. Second installment to my new Summer Letters series!
Ron was the only one who truly understood Ginny and stayed by her side, so when he leaves Hogwarts, Ginny loses control of her Darker side. She becomes a notorious Death Eaters and the new Mrs. Draco Malfoy. Set on vengeance and power, Ginny's mission is to kill the Weasleys; kill Hermione for taking Ron away from her; and convince Ron that he belongs on the Dark side because both of them have the Darkness in their eyes unlike everyone else.
Ron is very bored. With Ginny writing to some boy; Fred, George, Bill, Charlie, and his dad busy at work; his mum busy cleaning the Burrow all the time; and Harry not responding to his letters, Ron has no one to talk to. So, he writes a letter to Hermione and tries his best not to reveal his "secret" crush on her. But even that proves to be difficult for Ron to handle. Short and fluffy.
They say Potter’s gone mad; they say Harry Potter lost his mind after he defeated Voldemort on that rainy April night. But Harry’s publicist and best friend, Ron Weasley, knows better. Ron knows that if anyone is insane, it is himself. Hermione’s death ruined him. She had been his friend. She had been his wife. And now, she was his beautiful tragedy.
Ron likes Luna that way, but when the War is over, he finds out Harry has been dating her after he accidentally witness Harry proposing to her. At their wedding, a guilt and sorrow filled Ron realizes that he’s not alone in this situation and he sees Hermione in a new light—or maybe it isn’t so new after all.
Hogwarts has a dance, which turns out to be much different from what Hermione thought. She can’t dance like the other girls and she feels guilty for trying. In the end, Hermione finds out that she can be happy if she stays true to herself. R/Hr
"She sits in her cell and hears laughter ringing in her mind. She thinks it's just another voice in her head when she realizes that it's not—it's Ron Weasley. She smacks into a sad realization: She is the last one alive. But here, Hermione is never alone." This is the companion/sequel to my story Laugh Because You're Dying!
Hermione Granger is madly in love with one Ron Weasley, and he has no clue. After an embarrassing conversation with Ginny, Lavender, and Parvati, she storms into the common room, only to realize that she is going to have to face more than a little humiliation. R/Hr, G/?
Hogwarts is over with and everyone has lives of their own. These are glimpses into the life of Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger-Weasley through many years as they must deal with things such as having children to the raging Second War. With a growing family and the danger rising, will they lift themselves back up when they are knocked down so many times? A different type of songfic to Switchfoot's "Dare You To Move"-done in a few chapters. R/Hr and a tiny, tiny bit of H/G.
It's been a while since Ron has seen the sunlight, and he dearly misses it. He's been stuck in a dungeon for weeks now since the Final Battle ended. Harry is dead; Hermione is dead; he is the last of the Weasleys. His last request is to just fade away and Voldemort's feeling a bit moody...
It's late at night in the Gryffindor common room as the Final Battle rages on. Ron and Hermione were forbidden to fight and were locked in the common room. Together, they face fate that night: what should be and what shouldn't be; hoping on dreams and learning new things, only to have their spirits crash back down to earth with harsh reality. Was it fate that one left their number or did it not come up to scratch? Warning: Tons of Angst and Character Death.
When Harry leaves Hermione for the Final Battle with a shredded heart, she turns to many boys only to find her true comfort and love in someone who had been there for her all along. H/Hr-R/Hr!
"He sat on the ground, her head on his arms. He could do nothing but look down at her pale face, her eyes closed and her soft lips pressed together. He traced her lips with his finger longingly, wishing that they would turn into a smile and she would open her eyes again, calling his name. But she would not awake from her eternal sleep."