Summary: Charlie Weasley is the one Weasley child who never married. His dragons were all he needed in his life. Or so he thought.
When Charlie visits his brother, Bill, to attend his anniversary party, he meets a Veela cousin. Suddenly, Charlie found himself fascinated by something other than his dragons. Could Antoinette by the woman to make Charlie see there is more to life than dragons?
Antoinette DuPree lost both her parents just a year ago. She found herself living with her aunt and uncle and slowly becoming more and more withdrawn. She went from being a pampered princess to feeling like a burden. She only agreed to go to England because she was thinking of moving there to get away from everything, to be alone.
This is the story of what happens when a man only concerned with dragons, meets a woman who opens his eyes to love.
i love this story! i have never read one centered around Charlie but you did a great job! please please update soon
Rose used a blank journal to list practical information about the boy she intended to bring home for holiday and pass off as her boyfriend: Scorpius’ favourite colour, his favourite food. As their pretend relationship became real, the entries became longer and more intimate. And then one day—to her horror—she misplaced the journal.
i loved this story! I found our little secret back in feb when only the first 3 chapters were up and quickly become addicted!cant wait for more one shots and the sequel!! also when waiting for more chapters i found the story tale of two matchmakers and fell in love. you are beyond talented!
Author's Response: Thank you so much for reading Matchmakers! That's what every writer hopes for, a reader to like her style and read other stories. You made my night shinier. :)
Summary: Though the trials of war are behind them, life will always include difficulties that must be faced.I am thrilled beyond reason to announce that this fic won the 2011 Quicksilver Quill in the category Best Canon Romance, one-shot. Thank you so much! :)
This was beautifully written and brought me to tears. As someone who can not have children, I know exactly how it feels to "have a front seat" for someones pregnancy. Luckily for me, I also have a supportive husband. Everything you write is so wonderful, please keep writing!!
Author's Response: What a kind review this is -- thanks so much for taking the time to let me know you liked it. I'm so sorry to hear of your situation, but I'm relieved you felt this scene "rang true" to the real life experience. Thanks again, and take care. ~ Lori