3rd-5th Years • 569 Reviews
Sense: a word of so many meanings. This is a story about senses. The common sense notion of self preservation that is lost when friends are in need, the senses of the body that can be damaged so easily, and the intuitive senses of the heart that tell you when things have changed. R/Hr focused with a little bit of H/G, not a lot of fluff, with rotating views between the characters on a truly horrific day.
Quicksilver Quills Runner-Up - Best Romance, Canon
6th-7th Years • 79 Reviews
After her first kiss with Ron, Hermione asks Ginny for advice. What follows is a lesson in the things we do for love.
This three part story was written pre-HBP, when the future looked, if not exactly rosy, at least not that dreadful shade of Lavender that coloured the Potterverse in the sixth book.
* Rated for snogging ^_~*
3rd-5th Years • 148 Reviews
SEQUEL OF LESSONS
: After successfully completing their Herbology project, Lily finds out from her ex-partner James Potter that the two of them have been paired together to work on a new Potions assignment as well. How will Lily react when she realises that after having spent one whole month in James’s company yet another four weeks await her with the same task? And, moreover, will they be able to finish this assignment with out killing each other first?
3rd-5th Years • 121 Reviews
Once again, Ron and Hermione are having one of their infamous rows, about something stupid, no less. Somehow, though, this row seems different than the others. Fellow Gryffindors can sense even more tension than usual. The biggest difference is what happens during the row. Will the row become the row that ended Ron and Hermione’s friendship for good, or will it be the famous row that got them together! And where does the Fat Lady and the Room of Requirement fit into this mess? A two-part little ficlet.
Special thanks to GringottsVault711, who let me borrow an idea of hers mentioned in her story, “Marked to Find Your Way Back.” Read it, it’s really good!
• 363 Reviews
Ginny gives Harry a special birthday present, but the consequences are unexpected. Written pre-OOP.