Summary: Written for MNFF's Gauntlet Round 3 Challenge by CMWinters of Slytherin House, this tells the story of Severus Snape's induction and initiation into the Death Eaters, including the tasks he'd been set by the Dark Lord.
There is strong language, some violence, a little bit of torture, a character death and an offhand reference to a non-existent prostitute.
Summary: In the years following Voldemort's victory in the second war, Muggle-borns must become slaves and servants to pure-bloods in order to survive. Over time, Hermione Granger has learned to suppress her pride and independence in households where she is considered lower than dirt. She thought she would be prepared for this new family, just like she was for all the previous ones. What she didn't know was that this new family was none other than Draco Malfoy's. Will she manage hold up when she finds herself struggling to withhold her sharp tongue, returning hatred, and...something else?
The last chapter of this story has been posted! Thanks for reading :)
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Summary: “Behind every great man stands a great woman.” But what happens when the roles change? What is life like to a man who must live in the shadow of his wife? A wife who is neither great nor good, but wicked and cruel, and who only exists to serve her master… One-shot, written pre-HBP.
Summary: Where does Bellatrix's love for the Cruciatus Curse stem from? Why does she continue to torture those around her? Spite...power...or merely pleasure? Submerge yourself in the mind of a lunatic who prides herself in perfecting the human condition...(rated R, includes Bellatrix/Harry pairing, torture, and blood. Read at own risk)
Summary: The witch we all love to hate finally gets her story told and it is quite a tale. Yes, Bellatrix Lestrange has her reasons for being as cruel, wicked and as mean spirited as she is.