6th-7th Years • 11 Reviews
Lupin and Snape want to take their relationship to the next level, but will the other Marauders allow that to happen? Marauder Era. Lupin/Snape.
6th-7th Years • 32 Reviews
Lily returns to Hogwarts at the beginning of her sixth year and discovers how inconvenient it is to be sixteen, pretty, and Muggleborn.
Professors • 1149 Reviews
Summary: Hermione gets a visitor at night that delights in her pain. Before she used to dread the nights but lately... she has begun to look forward to meet her nocturnal vistor... and rapist?
Don't read if you are offended with rape and abuse. Contains events that will be quite offensive and possibly "disgusting". You have been warned.
Runner Up in the Dangerous Liaisons Awards and He Had It Coming Awards.
~The story is now Complete!~
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Professors • 176 Reviews
He tore, bit, sucked, breathed, scratched at her as her flailing arms and legs won no victory.
She stood in silence for a while, knowing but not caring that he still stood behind her. She heard him mutter something and warmth surrounded her. A figment of imagination. An unreal cover.
Though she was warm, it didnít reach her body, her mind, her soul. She was freezing.
A hand came to rest on her arm.
This time, she let him.
At that moment, Hell froze over.
Warning: Contains mention of rape. Nothing graphic.
2nd story in a series of Hermione/Draco one-shots
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• 30 Reviews
Summary: It was only a short romance, and nobody would ever know it had been, but she would not forget. She could never forget her Dogstar...
This is a SB/GW story. I know it's a major age difference, but if written right, this pairing is beautiful.
AU for SB/GW relationship. - R rating in later chapters.
Professors • 196 Reviews
Winner in the Best Mid-Length Story and Best Romance
categories in Round One of the Most Potente Passions SSHG Awards.
It begins the summer after Seventh Year, when the war is raging on, with an unexpected moment of tenderness. What is this inexplicable feeling Hermione experiences? And how can she get Snape to discuss it with her, when all he wants to do is avoid her? Rating for last chapter, only.