Summary: The long awaited sequel to "It's Witchraft" (Draco/Hermione). Medea Malfoy had always looked up to her parents Draco and Hermione as the ideal wizard and witch...so imagine her surprise when some of her class mates seemed to hate her just because she was a Malfoy. What could be wrong with being a Malfoy? Patrick Potter had been told about The Malfoys his entire life, but he failed to understand how Medea, a fellow Gryffindor who had an unfailing love of justice, could possibly be bad.
Haha I wish this chapter wasn't so short! I wanna see more of their reactions. I can't wait for everyone to be happy again(: and it looks like Hermione might finally be getting her friends back. Yay!(: Love your stories,so much. keep writing!
Summary: Sequel to "An Aversion to Change."
It's Voldemort's world now: a world of corruption, betrayal, greed, and violence. A world of evil thoughts and evil deeds, where no one can be trusted, especially those closest to you.
But through it all, there must be strength. There must exist those who will stand up to totalitarian rule, who will say no when others submit, who must survive despite their condition. There must exist the resilient.
Eventual Draco/Hermione with plenty of plot. Very dark, so read at your own risk!
Thank you so much for updating!(: This chapter was amazing...like all you other work. Although this chapter wasn't exactly what I was expecting, I still loved it. Hermione is having to endure so much, I'm glad Draco is still showing he cares. But I do have one question, where did Draco get all of the muggle science equipment??
p.s. Just thought you should know this is my favorite fanfic I've ever read. haha
Author's Response: Hm, maybe the next chapter will be more to your liking. And Draco has his connections - you'll learn more later. ;) And thank you!! I'm flattered!
Summary: For those of you who won't be reading the sequel, or for those of you who are but don't like it, or maybe even for those reading the sequel and enjoying it, but interested to see what else I came up with.
You truly are an amazing writer...I read An Aversion to Change and what you posted of The Resilient yesterday in one sitting. I didn't go to bed until 4:15am. haha but you're an incredible writer! I like this ending, but I love the original ending so much more. They both invoke a lot of feeling, but I'm a sucker for the darker romances and insanely difficult struggles. I think it makes for a better story. Thank you so much for writing these stories, you saved me from hours of boredom (:
Author's Response: Wow, this is not a short series! Kudos for making it through! I'm glad that you liked "Aversion" and what I've posted of "The Resilient." Thanks for reading!