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Lucius abducts Hermione. Slytherin versus Gryffindor - Pureblood versus Muggleborn - the old order versus the new. Two opposites, one room, no way out... no holds barred.
She is Hermione Granger, spy for the Dark side. She is the valiant yet ambitious Auror who finds refuge in the arms of a Death Eater. To please the man she loves, she becomes the most notorious traitor their world has seen... Read this intriguing tale of what is probably the most ghastly love affair in wizarding history, judging by its consequences.
Lucius Malfoy has finally realized the Dark Lord has been spinning nothing but lies. Unfortunately, it took him losing his family to realize this. Now, he is trying to atone for his sins. Will anyone trust him? Will anyone help him regain his place in society? He has a plan. Set after HBP. Rating is for later chapters.
Draco cheated on Hermione, and Lucius invoked an arcane wizard law that left her life in shambles. Can she reconcile what Lucius has done and reaccept him as her lover, or will she run forever from the intrigue and deceit that comes with being a Malfoy? Episode Two of the Glory Trilogy. "To Regain Glory" is Episode One.
Lucius and Draco corner Hermione in Flourish and Blotts. Mudbloods with secrets really shouldn't go shopping alone...
Lucius Malfoy, patriarch of a dysfunctional family, tries to regain what he had before the war. Unfortunately, Draco’s goals do not match his, and he does everything in his power to mould his son into the ideal pure-blood. Is it too little, too late?
When Hermione is taken prisoner by the Death Eaters, her life changes forever. Struggling for what she believes in along with her very survival, she finds herself drawn into her own personal battle of wills against a Dark Wizard who believes it would have been better had she never been born. But hatred can so easily turn into obsession, as Hermione discovers to her cost as she finds herself drawn into a twisted relationship with her captor; a relationship that destroys everyone it touches.
After the war, the Wizarding world needs to be rebuilt and wizards need to stand together again. The future demands a new order, and the women are up to that task. --- SS/HG/LM
Hermione faces a dilemma at the Department of Mysteries. She has to choose between protecting Harry... or helping the man she secretly loves. The problem is, he's a Death Eater... LM/HG during books 5-7. REWRITE.
After losing her best friend, Hermione is determined to avenge him, even if it means giving up everything she's ever believed in and striking a bargain with the darkest evils of wizardkind. (Sequel to *Trinity: Brothers*).
Ron and Hermione's tragic breakup. An enraged Hermione decides to give her insensitive boyfriend a lesson. A certain Death Eater witnesses the scene and, impressed by her ruthlessness, offers to help her get revenge. LM/HG dark comedy
When Hermione Granger is kidnapped by Lucius Malfoy and Severus Snape, the last thing she expects is to become friends with one of her Captors who, as she slowly comes to realise, isn't what she first thought him to be. Now she must join heads with her new friend to escape the evil, whilst coming to terms with a new found darkness within herself.
Lucius is tired of Narcissa's nagging and decides to go and have a few drinks at the Three Broomsticks. Who does he run into? None other than Hermione Granger, of course, who is equally tired of her husband Ron's incessant talk of Quidditch. Can these two former enemies find something interesting to do while they pass the time away from their significant others?
During the final battle, Hermione accidentally saves the life of Lucius Malfoy. In order to free himself of the life debt, he finds himself helping her seek revenge.
Midsummer; a Ministry ball. Politics leads Lucius to approach Hermione. Politics obliges her to accept. But it's music that compels them to dance.
Transference is a phenomenon in psychology characterized by unconscious redirection of feelings of one person to another. In a therapy context, transference refers to redirection of a client's feelings from a significant person to a therapist. Counter-transference is defined as redirection of a therapist's feelings toward a client, or more generally as a therapist's emotional entanglement with a client.- wikipedia Hermione's job bring her into a place with an ex Death Eater and must fast her darkest yearnings.