Summary: When Ginny Weasley becomes Draco Malfoy's wife, he suspects neither her true identity nor her dangerous motives. But when all Hell breaks lose and their relationship takes unexpected turns, there is more at stake than preserving their marriage--namely, preserving their lives.
Ginny knew getting involved with Draco Malfoy was a risk, yet she let herself fall head over heels regardless. Six months into their marriage, however, she can take no more of the distance between them, and leaves him. Now, Ginny is back with Harry and they are getting engaged. Harry is loving, attentive, and reliable; the perfect husband. But is that what she wants?
Summary: Life doesnâ€™t always go according to plan, so sometimes you need contingencies. But what if your backup to your backup plan fails? What can you do? Mix in hexes, rumours, a reverse-Oedipus complex and something about a pig, and set it all in the year 1975 and you are bound to have issues - serious, psychologically-scarring issues. Oh, and did I mention Draco and Ginny were in the middle of all this? Yeah. Fun times.
Summary: Running ragged during his sixth year from the stress of following orders of wizards much darker and more ruthless than he for fear of death, Draco Malfoy trips right over Ginny Weasley, and finds something he never thought possible: A moment of peace.
Summary: After a year playing Quidditch for the Harpix’s, Ginny finds herself whisked off to Italy for a summer holiday by none other than dear Aunt Muriel. Although Ginny might welcome a holiday, Muriel is not the best of traveling companions. And when one Draco Malfoy comes rather literally tumbling into the scene, will this prove to be the nightmare holiday Ginny envisions, or something else entirely?
Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill for Best Romance-Non Canon
Summary: After an unexpected attack on Hogsmeade takes the lives of several loved ones, Ginny Weasley is left with only grief as a remnant of war. But what she never anticipated, in the wake of all the tragedy, was to find her will to live again in the form of a bawling, grey-eyed baby left to die in the wreckage of battle... the baby of Draco Malfoy. REVISED VERSION.
Summary: The plan had been simple: Ginny would take a little time out to travel around the world with her best friend. So how did it turn out like this?
Summary: Every day Draco and Ginny take walks. Even though they are physically apart, those are the only times they share.
Summary: The war was more than anyone had expected. Ginny drinks Firewhisky. Draco can’t stand the stuff. Ginny dies. Draco lives. And the war continues. One-shot.
Summary: Seven years after the Second Wizard War, a mother tells her daughter the story of the man she loves, who disappeared after the war ended to save his and his lover’s life. The Wizarding World has settled down again, peace returning to them after the defeat of Lord Voldemort. Written in first person, present tense, from the point of view of a seven year old girl.
It takes a thief to catch a thief, but when Auror Ginny Weasley goes beyond the call of duty to catch Draco Malfoy red-handed, he catches her off guard, professionally and romantically.
Sequel to A Tale of Two Matchmakers
Seven years later....
Blaise fears Terry wants a divorce, Luna is hiding a secret from Wesley, and Draco is tired of idiots saying his son has pink hair! Ginny's solution? Call the curls reddish blond and invite their friends to the Malfoy mansion for Christmas.
Summary: Romance for three couples when Blaise and Luna use Shakespearean styled matchmaking to hook up Ginny and Draco. There's Much Ado about...something!
Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill for Best Romance-Non Canon 2007, 2008, and 2009. In 2010 mods changed the rules (they got tired of the same fics being nominated ^_~) so no more QQ hopes, but that's okay. No proof is needed that Draco/Ginny = love.
* Written before the HBP, this tale presents an alternate sixth year in which Dumbledore lives, Draco is more than a foil to Harry, and Blaise Zabini is a girl. I hope readers who ship Draco/Ginny will enjoy the story which includes dancing with faeries, Celtic and Norse mythology, school holidays in London and Spain, and loads of fantasy and romance. "Is this a kissing book?" (to quote the Princess Bride) Yes, it is. *
(Warnings were added for safety, due to brief allusions in later chapters, not graphic content.)
When detention ruins his plan to take Ginny to Paris via the Room of Requirement, Draco brings Paris to Ginny, with the help of a house-elf named Slinky.
*A 'missing moment' story inspired by A Tale of Two Matchmakers.*
Summary: "I have a thousand dark nights that will never be spent with you. I have a chorus of broken voices. The victims of war. I have the misery, the stench of death in my hair. The poignant, musky odor that terrifies me of what is to come. The ringing of a hundred mournful cries."
Summary: Ginny and Draco most certainly do NOT get along.
(FINISHED! AND, it has over 2,000 reads! Thank you!)
A "sequel/one-shot" of sorts is now available for explanation... "In Captivity"