Summary: A poem about Bellatrix, following her from when Voldemort first rose to power and ending during the battle of Hogwarts.
Summary: Narcissa Malfoy lives in a dazzling world, full of glittering social events and fawning admirers. But there is always something more, a hint of darkness to her otherwise bright life. A deep, ominous... but beautiful darkness. A darkness that no-one has ever cared about.
Summary: A boy and a girl at Hogwarts after the war, and their twisted version of romance.
Summary: Sometimes, the visions are mere flickers â€“ hazy and muddled. Sometimes, their clarity shakes me out of the limbo. But Iâ€™m always sure it is him I see.
Iâ€™d have loved to tell you the whole story, but you see, I cannot remember much of it.
Thanks to Kara (Karaley Dargen) for her wonderful beta-ness. :) And Carole (Equinox Chick) for 'Warwick'. ;)
DISCLAIMER: Everyone/everything you recognise immediately belongs to J.K.Rowling. However, the first names of the Death Eaters (except the main characters) aren't canon. The pairing, of course, is mine.
Summary: Remus had never really considered the possibility of having a girlfriend. But is there a girl out there who can change his mind, who can crawl under his skin until her existence is what ties him to life?
Summary: As he watches Bellatrix grow closer to the Dark Lord, Rodolphus Lestrange wishes that he could simply have her back as his own.
Originally submitted as part 2 of the October Triathalon in Poetry Anyone?.
Summary: Sometimes leaving someone is the only thing you can do ...
Disclaimer: The only thing I have in common with JK Rowling, is that neither of us can drive.
Summary: It is the Easter holiday at Hogwarts and Charlie Weasley has decided to stay at school instead of going home. He told his mother that he needed to study, but Charlie has something, or rather someone, on his mind.
Maybe this year a certain Metamorphmagus will become more than a friend?
Thank you to Natalie (hestiajones) for beta'ing this story.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling. She is far richer, far taller and is far more talented.
Happy Easter, MNFF'ers.
Summary: A woman of society, Astoria Malfoy nee Greengrass, has been brutally murdered - is it the money, revenge, or mindless rage? Any of those motives would automatically result in suspecting her husband.
Chief Investigator of Manslaughter Squad, Auror Potter is personally in charge of the investigation, but it is Ginevra Weasley, a rookie Auror of Morality Guard, who brings in the man Potter is looking for – Draco Malfoy. (Character death is for the murders, nothing really tragic will happen to the main characters and 'professors' rating is for violence in the epilogue, nothing more sinister.)
Summary: Petunia had asked Vernon over to breakfast with her parents for one reason -- angling for that coveted marriage proposal. But was the one she wanted the one she got?
Summary: A random act of kindness trades hands.
Summary: After her parents were murdered 15 years ago, Lilah has hated the man that killed them ever since. But will an unexpected encounter make her doubt her feelings, and cause new ones to stir?
Summary: He came to her whenever he needed company and offered her glimpses of his life. It wasn't until it was too late that she appreciated the small gestures.
Join the crowd for some wintery fun with a Quidditch-ized version of the Christmas classic song, 'Sleigh Ride'.
Merry Christmas to everyone at MuggleNet Fan Fiction!
Summary: Dean Thomas felt like his soul had been ripped out when he survived the Battle of Hogwarts and his best friend did not. Grief-stricken, his brain simply couldn't wrap around what meant anything to him anymore, but the unlikeliest of heroines pulled him from the brink and maybe saved herself along the way.
Summary: A poem about the despair of the people who opposed Voldemort in the seventh book.
Summary: And I’m fallin’, this spell I’m under
I don’t know what’s up or down
I’m fallin’, it makes me wonder
Why I’ve spent time foolin’ ‘round with boys
Boy oh boy this must be love
Andromeda Black has always wondered why she wasn't like the other Black girls. Oh, she tried to be: she never spoke to Muggleborns and looked down on those from the other houses with disdain. However, one day she meets a boy unlike any of those she's known before. Someone who can look past her heritage and see her for who she really is. Slowly, she starts to believe him when he tells her that being different might not be such a bad thing...
Summary: There was always the possibility that he'd created a monster.
But they couldn't be sure.
Not until now. Sexual situations warning is for description of childbirth.
Summary: Seclusion; she found it peaceful rather than lonely. The library was her sanctuary. She loved the certainty she would fine within the pages of books. The library was safe. Between the dusty shelves, a spark ignites.
Summary: A Remus/Tonks poem, set during Half Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows.