Summary: Snow covers the ground of Hogwarts, bringing the joy of Christmas with its fluffy snowflakes. Rose Weasley has grown up over the last five years at the school and a certain Malfoy has noticed. Scorpius, however, is too shy and keeps his distance, happy for the Hogwarts Express to just take him back to his family for the holiday. But, can things change between the two smitten sixteen year olds when they are chosen to decorate the Great Hall for the Christmas dinner before school breaks up for the Christmas holidays?
Written for the Holly and Ivy promt, Winter Tales challenge by FlightofthePhoenix of Hufflepuff Second place winner!
Summary: You’re holding her heart in the palm of your hand. Squeeze it slightly, and you’re killing her; let it go, and she’s lost all hope.
For Sirius and Clarimonde, it wasn’t cliché the day they ran into each other, it was fate. What becomes more surprising is that Clarimonde is a Slytherin, something which Sirius has detested since his emergence in the world. But something kept them together, and it wasn’t just their hate for Regulus that bound them together, it was what they knew, and truly (and in a cliché sense), the love they felt for each other. But what happens when the Slytherin side of Clarimonde shows through? What happens when Sirius bashes everything her house stands for? What happens when Clarimonde is being taunted by demons that won’t let her go? Can their relationship last even when she thinks its cliché, and he thinks its fate, even though it has transpired into this crazy little thing called love?
Summary: Christmas is supposed to be filled with friends and family. Although when Ginny finds out she may be spending it alone all she can hope is that her wish might be granted by the fireside.
Submitted by dancingwithneville a proud Ravenclaw for the Winter's Challenge, By the Fireside prompt.
Summary: Clara and William come from two different worlds: she, a Muggle peasant, and he, a wealthy wizard. But each has fallen victim to an illness, a disease, a stigma. A full moon brings the unlikely duo together—but it may yet tear them apart.
A Historical OC/OC Romance set in England in the 1800s.
Summary: What happens when a Ravenclaw catches Sirius Black's attention? He has a riddle to solve, to find out.
All you have to do is read this story.
Summary: Rolf has never decorated for Christmas before, and Luna endeavours to show him how. But what does Rolf think when the decorations start talking to him?
Written by Pondering of Ravenclaw.
Summary: Christmas had always been their holiday. Now, coming home a year after ruining it all, Teddy Lupin runs into Victoire Weasley. Can he make everything right? Or will he lose her all over again?
Summary: Lily waits patiently for the man she needs to forgive before she can move on. But after he returns, she finds that he's not the one she really has to forgive after all.
Written by Pondering of Ravenclaw
Summary: It’s Lucius and Narcissa’s first Christmas as a married couple, and Lucius learns of his wife’s strange obsession: decorating on Christmas Eve without magic. Attempted deception, an ultimatum, a fall, a fire, and a kiss later, Lucius can hardly deny that he’s enjoyed the experience.
Summary: Weddings are joyous events, celebrating the joining of two individuals into a new, united life. But what if the individual are already joined? And what if these individuals who are already bonded in some undefinable way, what if they are not being wed to each other?
Yet another one-shot on the relationship between Lucius Malfoy and Andromeda Black.
Summary: Lucius does not understand what there is to like about snow: it’s cold, it’s wet, and it sticks to everything. Perhaps his mind will be changed once this afternoon is finished . . .
Summary: Remus and Ariadne Lupin have the same problems as any other newlyweds - work, money, in-laws, communication - and, of course, werewolves. Will her idealism collapse under the pressure of his lycanthropy? Or will her approach take him by surprise yet?
Part III of The Moon-Cursers. Now updated to be DH-compatible.
Summary: As Headmaster Severus Snape returns from gathering potion ingredients in the Forbidden Forest, a flower catches his eye, and reminds him of a day, long-ago, when he was happy, and the sun shone brilliantly on the girl he loved.
Severus Snape/Lily Evans
I am Chaser921 of Gryffindor, writing for the November One-Shot Challenge.
Summary: Andromeda can't seem to reconcile family duty with her wayward heart.
Summary: A short Lily/Severus one-shot for the November One shot challenge:Young Love. Lily and Severus's friendship is starting. Lily and Petunia are growing apart and Lily finds another friend to help her.
I am unicorngirl22 of Hufflepuff house.
Summary: Lily is having a tough time getting along with her sister. As she becomes more aware of her magic side, Petunia’s resentment is growing at a proportional rate, to a point where Lily is having second thoughts about wanting to learn more magic. Severus despises Petunia for what he feels is selfishness and jealously. His more immediate problem, however, is trying to make sure Lily stays enthusiastic about magic so that she will go to Hogwarts. There, he is sure he will have more time with her away from her narrow-minded, Muggle sister.
This story was written by Skipper of Hufflepuff for the November One-Shot Challenge.
Summary: The next time you see me, I'll turn away.
Two people meet unxepectedly one night, and find warmth where they never knew they would. They are only almost strangers, after all.
Summary: Severus asks Lily to meet him at the playground, and he shows up with a mysterious envelope adressed to Lily, but he won't show it to her.
I am Ghoul In Pajamas of Ravenclaw entering the Young Love challenge.
Summary: Severus and Lily are friends—best friends. Summer days signify the time of year they have all to themselves, just the two of them. But will the blissfulness of those days last?
Written by A Cappella of Hufflepuff for the November One-Shot Challenge.
Summary: It's Lily's birthday and Severus feels that no matter what he gives her, it will never be special enough. The problem? Lily agrees with him.
Written by Pondering of Ravenclaw for November's One-Shot Challenge: Young Love.