In the sequel to Roommates, Blaise returns to find things almost completely different than they were before he left.
At the start of seventh year, Head Boy and Girl Blaise Zabini and Hermione Granger are assigned quarters together. As the year goes on, they discover an age-old mystery and the War becomes close to home.
Ignored and shoved aside, one person loves another who doesn't know he exists. Before the end he will make a difference, though, of that he is certain.
Here's a thought for every man who tries to understand What is in his hands. ``He walks along the path towards the castle-prison with his hands shoved in his pockets, head down. ``He shivers as he approaches; the last time he was here, he was an inmate, but he’d been proven innocent three years before and hadn’t thought then he’d ever come back.
Fred Weasley has had some rough patches in his life before, but none have left the scars that have been formed in the last few months.
A masked ball can lead to many things, including mystery, and, in this case, love.
Hermione is in her seventh year at Hogwarts, and a few things have already gone wrong with her life: her friends won't talk to her, she's tutoring her worst enemy, and she has started to think that Draco Malfoy is attractive....
He couldn't find her. He ran down the corridor, searching for her...
Hermione and Ron are dating, but are they happy together? Something's up with Ginny, and what will happen when Draco Malfoy pokes his nose into things? And what does Blaise Zabini have to do with any of this?
Hermione Granger was very happy at her job, overtime was left behind in her loyalty to her boss. But, one day she was walking down Diagon Alley, she bumped into the person she least expected. But will that person be unwelcome?
In the final chapter to Reuniting and Together, Hermione and Sirius go through a interesting period in their marriage...
In the sequel to Reuniting, Hermione and Sirius's relationship moves forward. Second in a series of three.