Summary: Giving high school essays a Marauder twist, this fiction is centered around the idea that some seniors in high school are require to write a letter to incoming freshman before they graduate. At Hogwarts, Seventh Years are given an assignment to write such a letter for the new First Years. Sirius decides to actually take an assignment, well seriously...sort of. He decides to look back on his entire Hogwarts years and write down his list of things not to do at Hogwarts.
Very entertaining story, and the strip quidditch is something that most mischevious high school boy/sgirls try. Quite believable.
Grinned ear to ear, giggling all through this chapter. I like how you developed Sirius' character. Wish I had half the courage as these pranksters. Life would be hilarious.
A lovely addition to the story; to include Harry at the end. Thoroughly enjoyed this humorous story. And the legacy lives on.............
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 :)
Thank you to everyone who voted "The Sweetest Sin" as the Best Tearjerker in round 4 of the Dramione Awards!
Thanks to some of my amazing readers, The Sweetest Sin has been/is being translated into seven languages: French, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Czech, Latvian, and Chinese. If you would like the links to any of the translations, please e-mail me or leave a review :)
I didn't believe I could get engrossed in a Draco/Hermione relationship. Draco was never a favorite character. But, I was hooked. You captured both characters' qualities. Of course some chapters were stronger than others but I always wanted to see what the next one held. I believe when an author can write a story which leaves the reader with raw emotion of tears than you have a well written story. I hope you feel the reader's pride in your work. Well Done.
Summary: Seventh year sequel to Power of Emotion. Harry is recovering from his captivity, but he’s hiding how much it’s effecting him. With his powers increasing, and Voldemort now aware of the prophecy, can Harry find the secret to destroying him before Voldemort learns of the existence of these ancient texts? Would this be HP fanfiction if it were that easy?
I am thoroughly impressed with this story. (as I have been with all your stories) You convey the essence of each of the characters so well. I especially like your development of Ginney's character and how she appealled to Harry. And I could truely feel their emotion. I cried for each of Harry's losses, all of them. I could also feel my pride in his accomplishments like they were real yet wondered would he ever be able to feel proud of his own accomplishments. This epilogue, unlike JK Rowlings, was more thorough which helped resolve my need to know that Harry finally lived his life according to his desires and not for the desires of the rest of the wizarding world. Isn't it funny how we can get so connected to characters in a book, especially well written books. Thank you for challenging yourself to write a thoroughly delightful story and allowing the rest of us enjoy your work.
Summary: The hunt for the Horcruxes begins. Harry has to decide who to trust as he moves closer to fulfilling his destiny. Will he be able to find and destroy all the Horcruxes? And at what price? Will he be able to find the strength within himself – the Power the Dark Lord Knows Not – in order to succeed in vanquishing Voldemort? And…can he do it and still get the girl? Join Harry and his faithful friends on their quest to finally defeat a Dark Lord.
I am writing this after the Deathly Hallows and prefer your epilogue. I liked how you kept Harry's intregrety with Ginney until the end. The sexual experiences seemed believable and I was happy they were included. And, Finally, Umbridge got what was coming to her. You did such a nice job with the conversation text. I believe I was actually grieving the loss of the Harry Potter series but then I came across this wonderful story. I love a story that makes me feel the emotions of the characters. Crying and laughing right along with the characters. Dudley, a Bad Boy??? now that is a twist I didn't expect but certainly leaves this story open ended. I'm hopeful that you will reconcider writing a sequel for all of us truely selfish Harry Potter fans. GREAT STORY
This was magnificent. I cried through the whole chapter.
Summary: Harry and Ginny find a portrait tucked away in the Room of Requirement. It is a painting of a beautiful witch with chocolate brown hair and grey eyes, standing next to a very familiar wizard with long auburn hair and twinkling blue eyes. It is a painting of a couple who were once in love, and who were married at Hogwarts many years past. But fate intervened, and a tragic loss separated them. This is their story, a portrait of love lost – and found.
This story was written for the August Monthly Challenge - Weddings and was awarded first place.
I truely enjoyed this story. Dumbledore was such a thoughtful and caring character in the HP series yet we never see many details about his past. And this story filled this gap nicely. I could feel Dumbledore's adoration for Catheryn. This story nicely explains why he devoted his life to Hogwarts because he lost his one true love. I, too, liked how you used the phoenix at the end. I do enjoy a happy ending (even though it included a death). Great story.
Author's Response: Thank you so much for the wonderful review! I am very fond of this piece, and of Cathryn, so I\'m glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for reading it and leaving such a nice review! It\'s great to know people are still reading my older stories. ~Gina :)