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Hermione is in a ruthless game of Truth or Dare, but games are just for fun, right? She's about to discover that that is truly wrong.
Nature is about balance; everything comes in pairs. Good has evil, right has wrong... what's pleasure without pain? She thought her need for balance was fulfilled by Draco. But the wanted pleasure met its match against incurable pain. Balance is rare and often non-exsistent when you're controlled by evil and forced to live in a world where the disgusting fairytale ending really only does happen in little girls' bedtime stories.
It's the year 2006 and, nine years after the final battle, things have changed. Now a successful business woman, Hermione, fights for creature rights and is happily married - but not to Ron. Ron, meanwhile, is married himself and is on first-name terms with the Minister of Magic himself, but both have secrets they want to hide. Ginny is married to a dark-haired, green-eyed wizard - but it's not Harry. She hasn't spoken to Ron and Hermione in years, and a child will soon enter into her loveless marriage. And then a long-lost stranger turns up on Lupin's doorstep and changes it all. Where has Harry been? Why does everyone think he's dead? And, most important of all, how will things change now he's back for good?
It all starts with a dream. Then Harry Potter realizes that all he ever wanted was her. But in the middle of the war, can love exist, especially when he's a prime target? HHr
It took Ron three years to realize that Hermione was a girl. And six years to admit that he did.
"I can’t see her – Her! – in the next bed, not through the hangings – but I can hear her ... She's lying there peacefully, not a care in the world, while I'm lying here crying on my pillow ... After all, it seems she's the one Ron wants." (Hermione/Ron/Lavender triangulation, set during HBP.)
It's been 9 years since the demise of Voldemort, and 7 years since Ron and Hermione first wed. As their marriage falls apart before their eyes, Ron turns to an old flame, and Hermione is ready to take her life into her own hands. Is she able to love again after her disasterous marriage to Ron? As she falls in love with her comforter, she realized what the true meaning of living for love is.
Harry and Ron left Hermione behind on the Horcrux Hunt. She helped them anyway. They threw her into Azkaban. She escaped. Ten years later, they believe she was innocent. They'd like forgiveness. She'd like to destroy their society. "The pureblood Mudbrains think that Mudbloods should be kept out of Magical Society. They make a good point. Why on earth would we want to be part of it? Magical Society in Britain is like a dirty little pond contaminated with the excrement of the inbred three-eyed fish living in it.. Why would healthy fish like us want to swim and choke in it?" -- page 35, I'd rather be a Mudblood than a Mudbrain, by H. J. Granger
Voldemort has been defeated and it seems like life will finally be getting back to normal. But for Harry, Ron, Ginny, and Hermione life hasn't been normal since they turned 11. The whole gang returns to Hogwarts to find that nothing is the same. Old ties are severed, new relationships are forged as everyone learns that things don't always turn out the way we expect them to.
In which Hermione is featured in and out of character, Ron is an unfaithful naughty boy, Dean is left with bruises but isn't important enough to get a line, Ginny seeks revenge and so does Lavender ... And all because Ronnie was in the bathroom.
Situations with Hermione Granger were never as simple as they should be. After accepting her invitation to Slughorn's Christmas party, Ron was quickly learning that "simple" was the last word which would ever describe their friendship.
Lavender spills the beans about the quidditch party that hooked up her and Ron Weasley to Dennis Creevey, but will this little hole in the dyke expand into a massive waterfall of shame???
Ginny likes Draco... Draco is with Pansy... what's a girl to do?
Suffocation never sounded so bad...
What happens when you're right, but you want to be wrong? How can you fight fate? Lavender knew she wasn't going to like what she saw... but she still looked.
There was nowhere to hide. All she could do was keep running... Companion piece to Crystall Ball, though it can be read alone.
Prince Ronald wants to find a real princess to marry but is having no luck. One day, his parents issue him with an ultimatum - either find a real princess within two days or marry whiny, clingy Princess Lavender. Will Ron find his real princess before time runs out? Based on the fairytale "The Princess and the Pea" by Hans Christian Andersen.