Barely sixteen years old and fearing for his mother's life, Draco stepped up in his father's absence to take his place amongst the Death Eaters. The following year at Hogwarts School was, without a doubt, the hardest he had ever endured. Now seventeen, the young Malfoy seeks to keep safe all he loves by doing the opposite, and taking the golden advice Albus Dumbledore had left him minutes before his death.
Summary: When Ginny Weasley becomes Draco Malfoy's wife, he suspects neither her true identity nor her dangerous motives. But when all Hell breaks lose and their relationship takes unexpected turns, there is more at stake than preserving their marriage--namely, preserving their lives.
Summary: There are situations in which being a Weasley is a bad thing. These situations include, but are not limited to, getting caught in the middle of an open hallway straddling one Draco Malfoy with one’s lips planted firmly on his.
Summary: Ginny knew why she had been summoned before the words were ever spoken. This day, the day she would come to think of often in her many years, was an inevitable variable of fate. At least, that’s what he had told her.
Summary: Everyone thought James was so...nice, so...perfect. Ginny knew better but she didn't want to give him up.
Draco somehow got himself caught up in the drama.
Ginny knew getting involved with Draco Malfoy was a risk, yet she let herself fall head over heels regardless. Six months into their marriage, however, she can take no more of the distance between them, and leaves him. Now, Ginny is back with Harry and they are getting engaged. Harry is loving, attentive, and reliable; the perfect husband. But is that what she wants?
Summary: Ginny is forced to choose between her husband and lover. Will she choose the Lion or the Snake?
*H/G, D/G* *One-Shot*
Summary: As Voldemort vanishes, love blooms. But, while the course of true love doesn't run smooth for Ginny Weasley, nothing can stop true love. The most it can do is delay it for a while.
Summary: They have been going out for a while now. They go on a date every Friday and spend Saturdays and Sundays together. Then there are week nights that are too long to spend apart, and lunches on Diagon Alley during workdays. Her stuff is all over his place - and did she really propose to him? He's sure she did. She's not so sure.
Summary: No chestnuts roasting on an open fire; no mistletoe hanging from a doorway, inviting a warm Christmas kiss. Instead, Draco and Ginny’s Christmas Eve is spent sitting on a dirty floor tied to one another - and not in the fun kinky way.
Summary: Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Sparks fly. Dreadfully romantic, wouldn’t you agree? Well, that depends on your definition of ‘sparks’ - or the boy and girl involved. No, I’m afraid this isn’t one of your typical clichéd romances; it’s the other one. So take a seat and get comfortable. You’re in for quite a ride.
Summary: They just happened to be on the same train, heading to the same place. Fate is ironic like that.
Summary: He was so close now that Ginny could finally smell the firewhiskey on his breath. If the situation had been different, this would have been intoxicating to her. But this was her worst nightmare come true and there was no denying it. She was simply afraid of him now.
Summary: Draco is looking for an engagement ring for Astoria, but is it really what he wants? Ginny will help him find out...
Summary: He had thought it best to ignore her and head back to his mother, but there was something about the way she moved, the way the sunlight hit her hair, framing her head like a golden-red halo. And then there were those freckles...
Summary: Not all relationships start out sweet as candy but, like quickly melting chocolate, sometimes they're all the more delectable with time.
Summary: [Begun Pre DH] Draco, in order to avoid the wrath of the Dark Lord, negotiates his return to Hogwarts, the only place in the world he can be safe. Ginny, meanwhile, tries her hardest to forget everything about...(Boy-Who-Lived who?)...and focuses on her N.E.W.T. classes. Unfortunately, one moment of carelessness in Potions gives her a one-way ticket to weekly tutoring sessions with--yes--Draco Malfoy. This fic takes Draco/Ginny and attempts to make it go along with canon. Reviews are appreciated.
Summary: Life doesn’t always go according to plan, so sometimes you need contingencies. But what if your backup to your backup plan fails? What can you do? Mix in hexes, rumours, a reverse-Oedipus complex and something about a pig, and set it all in the year 1975 and you are bound to have issues - serious, psychologically-scarring issues. Oh, and did I mention Draco and Ginny were in the middle of all this? Yeah. Fun times.
Summary: Ginny had seen him at the bar, laughing with his mates. She didn’t even know that he was capable of laughter, or having mates.
Dedicated to Draco Malfoy, since it’s his birthday today (June 5th)! ^^ Happy 30th!
The Story of Draco and Ginny as Narrated by Blaise by delete_the_girl
Rated: 1st-2nd Years [Reviews - 4]
Summary: When a new face arrives at Hogwarts, it sparks an interesting conversation at the staff table. Blaise having first hand knowledge of the events that lead up to the present gets called upon to tell the tale of Draco and Ginny.