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Better Together by Kerichi

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 9 Reviews
Summary:

Dunderhead students. A clumsily-handled Auror assignment. Snape and Tonks each have a bad day that gets better once they're together.

* Follows Sweet Anger and Too Much is Never Enough*


Broom Cupboard Confessions by cto10121

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 67 Reviews
Summary: Harry Potter learns how his parents got together...in the most unexpected way. Can't say anymore for fear of giving too much away. A bit of AU, ( all right, I'll admit it, a lot) and the sexual situations warnings for a little bit of kissing. The rating is for sexual innuendos. R&R!!

Bheith Aris by Tagidi Riva

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 22 Reviews
Summary: Sometimes a place can play a profound role in a relationship. For Harry and Ginny, that place is The Bheith Aris. The Bheith Aris is a wizarding inn located in Cork, Ireland. At three pivotal points in their relationship the inn leaves them with more than they came with.

Black Betrayed by tc015

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: The worst mistake a man can make is to betray the trust of a Black woman. Severus Snape managed to do something much worse than that - he broke her heart at the same time.

Snape/Bellatrix

One-Shot for NEWT Romance.

Both Sides of the Story by phoenix_fire

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: “How could I explain? You would not want to hear.
You wouldn’t listen if I talked anyway,
For you were too weighed down by your own fear.”
Sarah McLachlan, Home


Ever wonder how Bellatrix Lestrange earned her hatred for Muggles, or why Severus Snape is so nasty all the time? Here is a chance to see one humble readers imaginings of the whys behind the baddies of Harry Potter.



As with everything in life, one perspective is not enough. We always need to hear both sides of every story.

Born as the Seventh Month Dies. by NeLLyRaE

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: The trio continue their search for the final horcrux, but will they end up finding it in somewhere they never expected?

Buying Dreams by Fabula_propono

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: They were evil. They were cruel. They were violent and sadistic and barely human. But it was that 'barely' part that people tended to overlook. And the fact that not all Slytherins flew the same flag for the same reasons...




The fourth installment of a one-shot series into the minds and hearts of the most notorious Slytherins of the Harry Potter series.

Beyond Repair by Hanabi

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: Hermione has been thinking about Ron a lot lately, but when she decides to mend everything between them, what will she encounter? Hermione's point of view of the beginning of Ron and Lavender's relationship.

Bill's Thoughts by Hermione Lurves Ron

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: Bill is thinking about Fleur. B/F acrostic poem.

Beneath Their Masks by Lalalalatina

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Beneath their masks that blind their eyes...

A short poem about Death Eaters and their reasons for following Voldemort.

(Violence is not graphic but it is referred to)

Breathe by stelladarcy

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 19 Reviews
Summary: Last night, on the eve of the battle, a different sort of desperation prompted him to corner her in the library. There, amidst piles of books and flickering candlelight, he told her without preamble, “I can’t do this without you.”
Ron/Hermione oneshot

Broken Petals by Ron x Hermione

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Ron Weasley was whisked away from the Final Battle because Harry told him to leave. But Harry’s Portkey goes awry when Voldemort sends a jet of light, making Ron go to the Department of Mysteries: a place where he has never been, and will never go again.

Ron stumbles upon many obstacles, but his adventure has only just begun. Will Ron be able to get out before he perishes under the hand of nearly ten obstacles? Ten doors = Lots of trouble.

Back to Boston by Ron x Hermione

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 12 Reviews
Summary: Hermione Granger doesn't know where her life is taking her. She is married to someone she doesn't love, and she is the "bad person" in the Wizarding World, and is shunned for some of the horrible choices she has made in her life lately. She now has an occupation that she loathes, but that doesn't stop her from going through with it, and doing what her boss tells her.

When she comes upon a mysterious, decrepit house, she finds a man that is willing to help her out with her current task. But he has other plans for Hermione . . .

Hermione wakes up in a traditional-style dress, and tries to figure out where in the world she is. She eventually discovers that she has been placed in the Salem Witch Trials, and she is trying her best to get out of that time period - without being burned at the stake first.

This story was written in response to the Spring Challenge – this is Prompt, A Shift in Time. I am Ron x Hermione of Hufflepuff.

Battling Boundaries by EmilyJayne

Rated: Professors • 224 Reviews
Summary: Reuniting after a ‘friendship hiatus’, Harry, Ron, Ginny, and Hermione are entangled once again in a mystery that involves an ex-lover, disappearing girls, and a mysterious, magical potion causing all sorts of problems.

This Post-Hogwarts fic focuses on Ron and Hermione’s ‘budding’ relationship while the four friends attempt to solve a mystery in a club called ‘Boundaries’. Will the boundaries that Ron and Hermione have barricaded themselves behind survive the ‘knock, knock’ of true love attempting to beat them down?

This fic is the sequel to Internal Battles also by Emily Jayne.

This story is now complete.


Blind Winter by Lurid

Rated: Professors • 5 Reviews
Summary: When the winter brings more than a chill riding upon a snowflake, the steely bite of the cold does considerably less than satiate the warmth that is craved. The flurry that passes through the windows and skitters along the floor in a whirlwind can only be observed, it cannot be joined.

Black Dog by aqua_dragon

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: This is my poem/tribute to Sirius Black.

Brothers by megan_lupin

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: “He would never see James smile again. Sirius knew he would never again hear the voice of his best friend – his brother. Brothers look out for each other. They would never joke about anything again. They would never again have a “little too much” to drink and then have to try and explain it to Lily afterwards. Never again would he have his brother to remember the “good old days” when they both grew too old to do anything. Never again would the Marauders be together . . .”

Sirius had the perfect plan to protect James. But what happens when a flawless idea isn’t so flawless?

Written by megan_lupin of Gryffindor House, this is the final assignment for Professor Talon's DADA: Introduction to Dark/Angst class.

Validator's Pick of the Week (26 May 2007) on HPFF!

Being For the Benefit of Mr Potter by Insecurity

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 9 Reviews
Summary: We all believe that Peter Pettigrew was the weakest and least courageous of all the Marauders. But what if he did have a backbone? What if his reasons for betraying James Potter were not due to fear or bad influence, but rather the result of obsession and great resentment?



Entry into the April One-Shot Challeng, which I happened to win

Beginning of the End by Cwiddy

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Harry reflects on the immediate future, and what he has had to give up to face it.

Becoming Judas by Visceral Love

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: I read in a book somewhere in a book that greatest virtue of a man is his ambition. It lied. Books always lie. People always lie. I had ambition, just a little, an ambition to love, to have a life other than the scraps of other people's lifes. I could not be happy with what I should have been happy with. I wanted more. Desire is a dangerous thing and in the end only led to me finding one thing. And it was not love. It was simply something worth a little more than silver.