Summary: "Too much love will kill you, just as sure as none at all."
Harry has spent eight months with the memory of one fateful night, not knowing whether his lover is dead or alive. When he learns that his lover has returned and is being tried by the Wizengamot, Harry wants to do everything in his power to save them, but does this lover still want him, or did it not matter to them at all? And how will Harry explain to his friends that he loves Draco Malfoy?
Alternate sequel to Bohemian Rhapsody.
Summary: Ron and Hermione are chosen to look after Draco and help him fit into the Muggle world after his magic has been taken away in retribution for his war crimes. Hermione, however, has been in a coma for five years after her marriage to Ron, and Draco has feelings for Ron. Add Harry to the mix and who ends up with who? Except that you know that already from the category. However, I hope I have enough to keep you reading anyway!
Summary: “Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Caught in a land slide, no escape from reality. Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see… Anywhere the wind blows doesn't really matter to me.”
Draco Malfoy has killed a man – a fellow Death Eater. Running away from the Death Eaters who are sure to pursue him, he runs into a weary Harry Potter, and takes a risk which may prove fatal.
Last story in my Night at the Opera series.
Summary: You can't choose who you fall for, it just happens. Like it or not, fate will always have its way...
Hermione's had a crush on Ginny for many a year now. And Ginny's just coming to realise her feelings for Hermione, when looking for an escape from the terrible night before. The two might find themselves facing the most wonderful christmas ever. But the real question is - how long can it last? The story is finished. It leaves on a bit of a cliffhanger, but you know how it ends.
Summary: Hermione is tired of waiting around for Ron. Ginny isn't too happy with boys herself. It's time for a girls' day out in Hogsmeade, and what the two find there isn't just butterbeer. Seamus and Dean suggested also.