Summary: Teddy Lupin stood before the barrier, his gateway to her, the only thing standing in their way, still hesitating. He always hesitated. Teddy/Victoire, DH missing moment
Summary: COMPLETE. When trying to decide who might be worse - the Weasley twins or James and Sirius - the Fat Lady retells a story about overhearing James' confession to Lily. One-shot.
Summary: A bruised cheek, a lost dog, and a little brother who's changed. Sirius stares at a streetlight just beyond his bedroom window and considers all the reasons he has for running away from Number Twelve.
Summary: Peter Pettigrew has an idea to improve Severus Snape's chances with the girls from 'nonexistent' to 'possible' and solve a long standing problem at the same time. Will it work? Marauders' Era, one shot.
Summary: After a nearly unbearable time apart, she embarks on the great adventure of finding him again.
Summary: The real hero is always a hero by mistake. He dreams of being an honest coward just like everybody else.
Summary: Companion one-shot to The Beast Within from Harry and Ron's point of view. Occurs immediately after the boys leave Grimmauld Place for the Burrow in chapter eleven and brings them up to speed with the rest of the story.
Summary: A Mudblood and a Black princess. It had to have begun a little — if not very — painfully. The Mudblood couldn’t be too bold, and the Black princess had limits as to lowering her chin. Before it blossomed unhindered, Ted and ‘Dromeda’s romance began with hints.
Originally created for the SPEW Lovenotes~
Summary: Voldemort has been defeated, but that doesn't mean life will be simple or easy for Harry...
Summary: The war has been over for five years, but the world is still treating Harry like he defeated Voldemort yesterday. Why doesn't anyone realize that he is a hero for other reasons?
Summary: This poem tells of a possible reason why Hermione enjoys the company of books so much - she is hiding her feelings in them.
Summary: Addison Pidge, Hogwart's student, finds out too early that the wizarding world is so much more than it seems.
This is my First Chapter for Vindictus Viridian' s
Pride and Prejudice: NEWT The character-driven Romance.
Summary: Once upon a time, there was a princess locked away in a tower. Only true love’s kiss could free her. One day, Prince Charming climbed into her tower and gave her true love’s kiss. The princess was freed and they lived happily ever after… If every night led to a person’s happily ever after, Remus was stuck in twilight. Almost to that ending, but not quite. Because when has there ever been a happily ever after for a werewolf? Not even true love’s kiss could free him, because there were no happily ever afters at twilight.
Summary: Once upon a time, she had a family. Twice upon a time, she had everything stolen from her. Thrice upon a time, she was lost and found. Now she must prove herself, and either fall to the darkness, or rise to the light. (Post HBP, Spoilers abound.)
Summary: Harry prepares to face his final challenge: to destroy Voldemort's many Horcruxes. But the desire to return to his old life at Hogwarts, to see his friends safe, to care for Ginny Weasley make him indecisive and vulnerable to the Dark Lord's mental probes. If he can force himself to embark on a lonely, certainly fatal path to destroy the Horcruxes, his mind would be clear. But he can't leave his friends; or, rather, they won’t leave him to an uncertain fate.
But, with loyalties going to the highest bidder, and blind devotion is a blessing can Harry really fight his way through the turmoil to do what he may be destined to do?
Summary: Hermione Weasley is just about at her breaking point. She has two options, hex her husband into oblivion or walk away. A short one-shot about the less fluffy side of marriage.
Summary: After the fall of Voldemort, an ancient nemesis rears his head against the magical world. This time Harry is not the center of any prophecy, but can he prevent it anyway? Can a battle weary Harry Potter stand up to someone who even Voldemort feared?
Summary: Lord Voldemort has finally been defeated. The Death Eaters have been tried and convicted of their crimes. All the students at Hogwarts have returned to repeat and make-up their last year. Life in the wizarding world should be returning to normal, when a stunning press release in the Daily Prophet dumps everything upside-down once again as the definition of ‘pureblood’ comes into question. New lines will be drawn and sides will be taken. Who is the new leader of the Pureblood Movement? One evil replaces another and the immortal fight between good and evil is resumed.
Summary: “There was only one person whose touch didn’t make him flinch with revulsion. The binding had given him that much, at least.” Companion piece to Colors. Mostly Snape’s point of view. (You should read the one-shot Colors first, in order to understand events here.)