Summary: Meet Tabitha, the fourteen year-old daughter of Harry and Ginny Potter. What happens when she finds herself attracted to the son of her father's worst enemy? Along with a set of new characters, and the return of some old ones, this teen will find the meaning of friendship and family.
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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Summary: Ginny has liked Harry for what seems like forever. But when Harry reveals something she never expected, her heart plummets. Will she continue to bottle up her feelings or let go? After all, letting go of something you love is easier said than done. Meanwhile, Harry is filled with regret for what he had said earlier, for he didn’t mean it or in other words he had lied. The two learn of love the hard way, where hearts are broken and later mended, where feelings are toyed with and meddled, physical and mental pain are shared and cuddled, realizing words and actions have fuller meaning than ever before.
Summary: There's a masquerade ball at Hogwarts, and who knows what could happen? This is not your general cliched masquerade story. Set in spring of the trio's sixth year. Rated mostly for caution, but there is some mild language. Completed. Written Pre-HBP.
Summary: He's finally grieved. But now comes a newfound tension as Harry slowly begins to heal.
If Ginny Weasley thought she’d been confused before - it was nothing compared to this.
And to think, it had all started with that sweet little kiss on her ear at his birthday party. . .
Sequel to Shine my Light on You
--Hey guys, I hate to say this, but I'm going to have to put this fic on a bit of a break right now. Reasons? Well, for the past two and a half months I've been drawing blanks as to where to go with the plot, and even now I couldn't tell you what I want to do with it. And I don't want to give you guys some crap story hat I just wrote down with half a brain. I know I will come back and finish it sometime, but I'd like to wrap up my other stories for now.--
Summary: Ginny Weasley never understood why they would send her to help him. After all, she wasn't one of his best friend's, nor a person he looked up to like Remus Lupin. So why her? But it was the desperate look in her mother’s eyes that had really convinced Ginny to do it. Being desperate was not a thing of her mother's, and it had startled Ginny to see those tears in her eyes.