Summary: Ginny and Draco come from two very different families and somehow fall in love in the middle of the biggest wizarding civil war. Find out what happens to them in this Shakespeare/Harry Potter twist on Romeo and Juliet.
this story is so amusing! And I've gotta say that the shakespeare really makes it especially yours; if that even makes sense. I really like it!!!
Summary: Ginny and Draco most certainly do NOT get along.
(FINISHED! AND, it has over 2,000 reads! Thank you!)
A "sequel/one-shot" of sorts is now available for explanation... "In Captivity"
I loved this. It leaves just about the right amount of mystery between them of whether it's a bodily temptation or they actually like each other. Also, I adore the personality you gave Ginny, making her not only bold, but flirty and somewhat sassy too, which is completely different from J.K. Rowling's portrayal of her.
Mostly, I love this chapter because, after having read almost every single D/G story this one is wickedly different. In the others, the relationship is kept a secret, but here, even though it was a single dared kiss, both of them boldly claim to have kissed the enemy.
Embarassing, yes, but this story actually makes me LOL. They both act ridiculously seductive then randomly insult each other and I can't help laughing. Who knew calling someone a milksop was a turn on? But now I know..
Again...a great chapter, but so depressing! I want to know so badly what happened to Draco and all the in between parts that were skipped. But, I'll probably have to live with it, especially since the mystery here is what makes all your writing so good.
Summary: For the rest of the Ministry, the interdepartmental challenge was merely a failed attempt to restore trust between workers. But for Draco Malfoy and Hermione Granger, it was the catalyst for an unexpected relationship built on passionate letters, concealed identities, and secret meetings – and the beginning of an end that neither of them could ever have imagined possible, not even in their wildest dreams.
Post-war. Based somewhat on the story of the Phantom of the Opera. Also contains R/Hr, so don't read if you can't stomach that ship.
Status: Complete. Thanks for reading, everyone!
This story was Brilliant!!!! I love how you give Draco so much character, and even though he has changed he still has that anger he can't control. The writing on the grave stone was PERFECT, because it seems to show Draco's essence, and even if he didn't write it, I feel like it was written for him. My favourite line, though, is definitely when Draco says ‘Hermione, I loved you…’ I feel that that one line completes the whole epilogue of the story, because it shows how broken he really is. And he can never be the same, no matter how hard he might try. I've read the happier ending you had to this story, and even though I prefer a cheerful ending, the ending you have now fits, and no other ending could complete it, with the same beauty this one gives it. I LOVED IT, great job. :)
Summary: ‘I hate you’ she would say, ‘I can’t stop thinking about you, and I blame you, obviously, for that. I’m not sane anymore; I can’t breathe freely thanks to you. What have you done to me? Why am I so obsessed with what I am not to have? With someone that, clearly, doesn’t feel anything close to this…this misery?’ One-Shot
This is seriously great writing! My only problem is that I feel like you rushed the story. I want to know what happened between them when they weren't meeting at a special moment. Or even hearing about great moments that weren't part of a flashback but of the present; I think that would make it much more intense. Please write more next time because then it will be so so SO great!!!! Luv it :)
Summary: Hermione notices a change in Draco Malfoy, and a friendship is established...but is everything as it seems?
Part 1 of a three part Series
Additional Warning: Book 6 disregarded only slightly. the main events in book six are not changed.
The story was good, but I found I disliked Hermione's character the most, because she cried a lot, and her personality was being a weepy person. Draco was also a bit soft at times, but I like how you made him protective of people he loved, instead of being so selfish.
Summary: When a certain red-haired girl falls from her broom will Draco save her?
I totally feel like this is a trailer ina m ovie. What a tease!!!!! I definately want to read the whole sotry now, but this is it ...sigh...
Summary: Seven years after the Second Wizard War, a mother tells her daughter the story of the man she loves, who disappeared after the war ended to save his and his lover’s life. The Wizarding World has settled down again, peace returning to them after the defeat of Lord Voldemort. Written in first person, present tense, from the point of view of a seven year old girl.
I absolutely adore this story, it has a most wonderful simplicity to it, that only fits because the girl is speaking. But I`m quite intrested to know why Branxton feels that the daughter has more of a right to meet the father than `Mummy`, anyways I really hope you keep writing EXCLAMATION POINT ( the button isn`t working )
Summary: Would you die to save a girl you hardly know? Would you step in front of her and protect her from your own father…the man who shaped you, and led you into a life that you wish you did not have? Will Draco Malfoy? We shall see. One - Shot.
It may not be the real book, but both characters seemed to change too fas, and they weren't given much of a character, both just seemed to not care anymore. Was still pretty good though, and I liked how you gave Harry the choice of becoming a ghost or not.
Summary: "I have a thousand dark nights that will never be spent with you. I have a chorus of broken voices. The victims of war. I have the misery, the stench of death in my hair. The poignant, musky odor that terrifies me of what is to come. The ringing of a hundred mournful cries."
This is fabulous!!!! I'm pretty sure I have already reviewed this several times, but I never get bored of it. It brings out every side out Draco, the ones you see, and the ones he keeps to himself. My favourite is by far the sixth paragraph because Draco first demands that she apologizes but because he loves her so much his anger changes to Harry. This, would totally be real love and I kind of wish that Draco and Ginny had gotten together in the actual movie.
I`m terribly sorry for reviewing again, but I had to because I read it, again, and cired, again. But everytime I read this I see another side of Draco portrayed. This time I love how he`s angry at Ginny for thinking she has it all: the status, now. How he used to be the exact same, but now he only cares about her. Keep writing!, I love your flowing, while still naturally changing style.
This is one of the BEST stories on here, and the 2nd saddest story/book/letter (whichever you prefer to call it) and I LOVE it to no, even though I like happy ending, this is just soo amazingly well-written that every time I read it I cry. I desperately hope you keep writing stories, because otherwise your pure talent would go to so much waste! Luv it
Summary: It's the summer before Ginny's fifth year, and she's forced to confront her prejudices when she stumbles upon Draco in the forest behind the Burrow. Ginny's trust is tested, and Draco's loyalties are questioned. They're forced to separate so they can resume their school lives, where Harry and Ginny are both trying to keep track of him, but for completely different reasons.
Great beginning, but I think it kinda downgrades from there. Things happen faster, and there's too much hinting instead of letting us know. Either way, it's pretty good writing :)
Summary: “Oh, Harry,” she whispered to the empty room. “If only you were still alive. Then, maybe, it would be the day before our wedding. Maybe I wouldn’t be marrying Draco.”
Ginny Weasley volunteered to spy on the Malfoy family. But now, she'll need to become one of them to be successful. In twenty-four hours, she's going to marry Draco Malfoy.... And looe her freedom forever.
Written by Madame Marauder of Gryffindor for the Summer Weddings Challenge.
Pretty good, but the sotry keeps switching characters thought and while it's good to have insight, I feel like the story is missing the climax, or important part. There's no one part that sticks out.
Summary: After the final war takes place, Harry and Hermione decide to return to Hogwarts for their seventh year. Hermione is selected as head girl, along with Draco Malfoy as head boy. What happens when one falls for the other and the only thing keeping them apart is a secret?
This story has been fantastic so far!! :) Although, I must admit the large paragraphs are making my eyes become unfocused, and I wonder what Harry is feeling, because he gives Malfoy strange looks, but never seems to do anything about it. Other wise loved it! P.S. How did Malfoy change??? I'm dying to know :)
Summary: Taking place over the course of seven years, this story is an exploration, from their first encounter onward, of the relationship Ginny and Draco develop and grow to understand. Written for SPEW007.
I think this is a pretty good story, and you're a great writer, but it's really hard to follow the plot line. I'm assuming Draco and Ginny have been together, but all I know is she has fantasies about him, because they story is rather difficult to follow.
Summary: Draco Malfoy might be cold towards strangers, but he is bound by loyalty to his family. So, when his family requests that he marry for convenience rather than love, will he do what Malfoys have done for generations - cast his own wishes aside for the best of the family - or will the happy memories of love prove to be irresistible?
Not really my type of story, but it was beautifully written in a simple style. Nice work.
Summary: After a year playing Quidditch for the Harpix’s, Ginny finds herself whisked off to Italy for a summer holiday by none other than dear Aunt Muriel. Although Ginny might welcome a holiday, Muriel is not the best of traveling companions. And when one Draco Malfoy comes rather literally tumbling into the scene, will this prove to be the nightmare holiday Ginny envisions, or something else entirely?
Nominated for a Quicksilver Quill for Best Romance-Non Canon
!!!!I really can't say anythibng but I absolutely ador this story!!!:) and I kinda wish there was more but i don't know if that would wreck it. Either way I loveddddd it, so keep writing more!!!!