Rose was a Weasley. She never gave Scorpius Malfoy a second glance. They were sworn enemies, even though they’d barely even spoken to each other. But sometimes all it takes for love to blossom is a Potions lesson, a few snide remarks and a dropped book.
Two people. Two entirely different worlds that are suddenly intertwined.
Summary: After having suffered years of torment from working in one of the lowest possible positions in the Ministry of Magic, Hermione’s dreams were finally coming true. She had been assigned to train side-by-side with one of the leading heads in the Ministry. Nothing could have burst her bubble of happiness, well, at least until she discovered the name of her new “boss”.
Summary: Draco Malfoy was in a mess. His father was determined to get their stance back in the wizarding world, even if it meant ruining his son's life. Draco needed to find a way to stop his father's disgusting plans, and fortunately, he found just the answer: Astoria. The solution? Pretending to be engaged to Astoria when they're truly not, so that his father doesn't get him married to some Mudblood.
But what happens when this little game called pretend turns into something more? Will it be too late before they both realize their feelings for each other?
Summary: It has been five years since the death of Voldemort, and the wizarding society is starting to feel safe once more. Hermione and Harry both work as Aurors for the Ministry, but while Harry is finding life steadily happier with his wife Ginny, Hermione feels lonely, as the last battle against Voldemort claimed Ron’s life.
Meanwhile Draco Malfoy struggles to find his place, being mistrusted because of his past. Can history remain history? Can old enemies find friendship? Will there be a happily ever after, even for Draco?
It was like a wizard tale. The clever Slytherin helps a hag who later repays the debt. Except that Rose Weasley wasn't a hag, and Scorpius didn't expect to call in the favour.
*Winner of the 2010 Next Generation QSQ award*
Summary: "Never let him push you too far," they told her.
"Never let him talk you into things you'd never normally do," they whispered to her when she was in doubt.