Rose Weasley secretly feels she quite doesn't fit in her family. She doesn't play Quidditch, she doesn't consider herself hero material, and she is not pretty either ("I look like an owl!"). Simply put, she feels like the ugly duckling of the family, but when she meets Scorpius Malfoy, the reclusive boy with the wolfish eyes, she might just have met her very own kindred spirit.
Albus, James, Rose, and Scorpius are off to Hogwarts and the similarities to their parents are astounding...but Albus and Rose break the mold by befriending Scorpius...will they stop the family bickering? or will history repeat itself? Also there is an elusive death eater that Harry has been tracking for almost twenty years, will he catch this death eater in time? or will history repeat itself yet again? Also included: fun gushy stuff with Teddy and Victoire =)
Were you upset by the vague, mysterious, and corny ending to your favorite series? Are you wishing for a little more closure? Join us for a look into the lives of Harry, Ron, Hermione, and their children, as they work through a year of crushes, fitting in, and of course, sexual tension. (This is a SPOOF and should NOT be taken seiously!)
Rose Weasley has had a rather unremarkable first four years at Hogwarts. Apart from the agony of being the very average daughter of a very extraordinary mother, Hermione Granger, Rose has never had much to complain about, being content to sleep through lessons and sketch in her free time. Life has settled into a comfortable routine when an evening walk in Hogsmeade reveals a danger that may prove too much even for her Uncle Harry to deal with. An experiment gone horribly right and a mission gone horribly wrong thrusts her right into the vortex of the gathering maelstrom ... and Rose is now left with some tough choices to make to save herself and the rest of the wizarding world from the mystic eastern power that threatens them all.
There is no such thing as fast enough for James Sirius Potter. The son of two of the greatest Quidditch players of all time was never satisfied flying on a broom. Instead, he had to challenge the world of Formula One auto racing, and found a mysterious wizard to help him.
Rose and Scorpius start dating secretly in 6th year but when they decide to get married they realise that they will have to tell their parents and soon. How will they react? Will they be happy or forbid it?
A night of intense passion leaves James Potter and Amelia Zabini in quite the predicament -- seventeen and expecting a little witch or wizard. All too soon, the two teenagers learn that when you play adult games, there are very adult consequences. NextGen.
The classic love story in modern times. Based on the play, Romeo and Juliet.
Thw Weasleys and the Malfoys have been feuding for hundreds of generations. Neither will stop, neither will let go of the past. But can they for their children or will old grudges get in the way and end in tragedy?
Aren't you one of those people who wondered how Book 7 could just skip 19 years? Wouldn't you like to know what happens to the next generation? Are you one of those people who would love a good Ron-Hermione-Draco triangle love story? A mystery or two. A Rose/Scorpius ship? Well, this is it. Read it.
Follow Lily Potter through her years at Hogwarts and see how the children of Harry Potter cope with their family's fame and their telling names. Note: The ship ASP/SM is not really a ship, but rather non-mutual feelings from one of them. Read to find out more.
Temporarily rescued from self-imposed solitude after breaking up for good with her long-term boyfriend, Rose Weasley encounters someone from her past who offers her the opportunity for a fresh start at love.
Or did they?
An alternative ending to Deathly Hallows and the epilogue.
Fred survives. Voldermort can't bring himself to kill Snape. Teddy Lupin isn't an orphan.
Expect Marriage, Infidelity, Divorce, Arguing, Pain, Anger, Kids...and that's just the Weasley twins!
Maybe the original ending wasn't so bad after all?
A random fic, with multiple ships.
Mainly Harry, but with other characters thrown in here and there...
Rose Weasley embarks on her first year at Hogwarts...but all she really wants to do is play one of the most wonderful sports ever invented: Quidditch. Too bad life gets in the way in the form of school stress, family spats and a seeker named Scorpius.
Hermione had sensed it, that night, in Godric’s Hollow, that it was meant to happen. Years later, when Rose Weasley-Granger ventures into the Muggle world to try to make a name for herself outside her parents' legacy, she stumbles upon a dangerous secret.
Rose Weasley has decided to keep her word. Yesterday, she promised to try not to hate her family so much - even though this is currently proving to be incredibly difficult. Today, she is going to prove that she is not a wet blanket. She just doesn't know how...
The familiar love of home could not compare to the new world that waited for you at your doorstep. Yet a lifetime of choosing the unexplored versus the familiar could not prepare you for the time when the two began to blend. Rose/Scorpius/Lorcan. Oneshot.
A mysterious illness leaving a mere handful of uninfected. A school in quarantine, isolated from the outside world. Danger on all sides, striking seemingly at random. And, at the heart of it all, Scorpius Malfoy, the only one to believe this is a part of a wider, dangerous plot.