6th-7th Years • 6 Reviews
Somewhere there's a happy medium between innocence and evil. Minerva, though, doesn't know where that might be.
Professors • 13 Reviews
Eighteen months after the Final Battle, Hermione Granger is struggling with the expectations placed upon her as 'the greatest witch of her age'. Stuck in a job she doesn't really want, she is given the task of locating an ancient book that the Ministry fears contains Magic's greatest evils. Now, as a young woman, she finds herself embarking upon a dark and dangerous adventure without Harry or Ron's support.
Lucius Malfoy has just been released from Azkaban Prison after being found innocent. His main priority is to re-establish his once highly prestigious position within Wizarding Society. However, Narcissa and Draco have both changed since the war and he discovers that the idyllic family household that he once enjoyed power over is gone forever.Please note: This will result in a romance between my two leading characters at some point in the story, though I promise it isn't the absolute focus point as it is in Warmth
Professors • 15 Reviews
It is July 1994 and a man, riding a large winged beast, lands on a small Caribbean island. Sirius Black is looking for a sanctuary.
Sarah Macaulay has been living on the island for three years. She meets Sirius when he's washed up on her beach and for some unfathomable reason takes pity on this drifter.
Both have a past. Both have demons deep inside them. Both need to heal.
6th-7th Years • 10 Reviews
Two hearts beat.
Do you believe in love at first sight?
Do you believe in soul mates?
Do you believe in forever?
Do you believe that life isn’t worth living without him?
Do you believe that you can't go on without her?
3rd-5th Years • 13 Reviews
As Luna Lovegood begins her seventh year at Hogwarts, she finds herself joining Ginny and the others in their plan to help a forlorn George Weasley move on from his misery and be happy again after the death of his twin, Fred. But when Ginny decides to spice things up by altering the plans secretly, Luna is treated to an unexpected surprise …
1st-2nd Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: ‘Didn’t I, didn’t I, didn’t I see you cryin’?
It’s the graduation party of Scorpius Malfoy and Rose Weasley, and he’s trying to win her once and for all. How is he going to do that? And how will she react?
‘Didn’t you, didn’t you, didn’t you see me smilin’?
6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: All Isabelle Sinistra wants to do is quit smoking, make ammends with her detestable mother, and get her life together.
But what happens when she falls in love with someone she's sworn to eternally loathe?
1st-2nd Years • 7 Reviews
Have you ever wondered why Gryffindor, despite having the great Charlie Weasley as Seeker, never seemed to win the House or Quidditch Cup? Perhaps he was distracted?
This is the story of Charlie's last game in the his fifth year. All Gryffindor need to do is beat Hufflepuff and then the Cup is theirs - but Hufflepuff have a new Seeker and Charlie can't stop thinking about flowers.
This is a Charlie/OC pairing and has been written as a present for someone.
Warning - Unashamed fluff!
I am not JK Rowling, but I doubt that surprises you.
6th-7th Years • 14 Reviews
Would you ever find reason enough to abandon your family, your beliefs, what seems to be the very root of who you are? What would you do if you found that reason? Would you run from it? Would you fight against all odds to hold onto who you thought you were? Or would you fight against all odds for the chance to find out who you could be?
A story about Regulus and Sirius, written for the fourth SPEW Secret Santa exchange.
3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Every reader of myths knows that Cupid is not always content with spreading love; occasionally he drinks a bit too much, and then he delights in pranks.
Cupid's latest prank is to pair up a former DA member and the son of a Death Eater. Susan Bones and Theodore Nott are both Trainee Healers at St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries. The trouble starts when, on the first day of the four-day Valentine's celebration at St. Mungo's, each suddenly starts feeling differently about the other. With the prejudices left over after the war, can they sort everything out?
I am minnabird of Hufflepuff house, and this is my entry for the Cupid Gone Crazy challenge.
1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
What happens when Voldemort takes it into his head to invade Hogwarts on a Valentine's day? And what happens when cupid is feeling very funny and would like to experiment?
This is Vittoria of Ravenclaw house submitting my entry for the Cupid Gone Crazy challenge.
6th-7th Years • 4 Reviews
A feeling began to rise in Andromeda’s chest. The feeling was familiar, something that wasn’t rare for a young member of the Black family. It was a feeling that control, being something she greatly required in her life, was slowly slipping out of her grasp.
Andromeda Black makes the regrettable decison to take time away from Ted Tonks in order to find herself. It isn't long before realisation occurs: with Ted, she is herself entirely. But before she can act on her final decision, a young pure-blood named Cole Everard begins to weave his way into her life. As a marriage proposal looms, Andromeda is forced to question every aspect of her life. True love, or a chance to become the person her family has always wanted her to be?
Note: warnings are subject to change in later chapters.
3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Rosmerta finds that life is much more monotonous than she thought-- all until Sirius Black shows up in the middle of the night and shows her simplicity is what life's all about.
Other Pairing: Sirius/Rosmerta
Written for the Slytherin Co-Author Valentine's Day Challenge by Mistletoe and Rhi for HP.
1st-2nd Years • 5 Reviews
Cupid has been out drinking and sees a girl being harassed by 2 young men. He then decides that the one who has shown the most scorn should fall in love with the girl.
This is Cwiddy of Hufflepuff House submitting for the Cupid Gone Crazy Challenge
3rd-5th Years • 22 Reviews
Your relationship with Fred existed almost entirely within a broom cupboard.
You and Fred: a Hufflepuff and a Gryffindor, two complementary souls. In a world where nothing is certain, you find comfort in a dusty third-floor storage room.
6th-7th Years • 20 Reviews
Rose Ivory and Alex Moss are best friends. They are always together. Well, almost always.
But things are about to change for Rose. Her entire world is turned up-side-down, and all she can do is wait to see what falls...
The story takes place in the years between the fall (or not quite fall) of Voldemort and Harry's first year.
Rating is for future chapters (The far future)....
3rd-5th Years • 2 Reviews
He wrenched his wrist from her calming grasp, angry that her simple touch could have this effect on him right now.
That was too far, she couldn’t have said that, done that. It was too easy for her and too hard for him.
“Am I no more than a game, Andromeda? A secret pleasure for you to tantalise at your every whim?”
3rd-5th Years • 35 Reviews
In the beginning, my childhood, the path was clear. Follow the seven rules, go to school, graduate and get married. It was my duty as well as my destiny.
Yet, starting on my seventeenth birthday, a series of events caused everything I had ever known to change. A single boy broke through into my sheltered existence and made me rethink everything I had ever thought. Suddenly I was faced with a new future, an alternative destiny. One that was entirely unknown.
In the end I had to choose.
Abuse is only verbal and Sexual Situations are mild.
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6th-7th Years • 5 Reviews
‘It’s too late.’
Draco Malfoy had never really thought much of love. In his world, marriage was a necessity, something to continue the bloodline and secure his future. He hadn’t realised that there could be more.
Until Daphne Greengrass catches his eye, right in the midst of his relationship with her sister. Then Draco is thrown into turmoil, torn between the girl he loves and the girl his parents are making him marry.
‘It’s never too late.’
3rd-5th Years • 6 Reviews
Born to and raised by the Hawthorn family, Melody and her sister are everything a respected Pureblood family could ask for. However, when Belladonna is sent to Beauxbatons, Melody is faced with the prospect of entering Hogwarts alone.
Fully expecting to be placed in Slytherin or Ravenclaw, Melody is given the shock of her life when she becomes a Hufflepuff.
With her sister in another country, her family miles away, and friends no longer talking to her due to the disgrace of being placed in another House, Melody has never felt so alone. To top that, the people surrounding her are from social backgrounds completely contradicting of her own. People she never expected to spare a second glance, she is forced to live with: Muggleborns and Halfbloods.
Everything that she has ever been taught or led to believe is being challenged. All that her parents have told her is being proved wrong, and Melody no longer knows what to believe. Everything is completely unfamiliar, and she is scared she may be changing. But Melody needs to learn that sometimes change can be a good thing. And sometimes, it can be exceptional.