Huge fan of Harry Potter, obviously. I love reading and fanfics are a way for me to keep the magic of Harry Potter alive.
I mainly read and review fanfics, but may eventually attempt to write my own.
My OTP is Dramione, but am really open to any and all ships!
Summary: The reign of Voldermort comes to an end, and with it ends the prestige and power Lucius Malfoy once had in the Wizarding World. In order to regain the respect of his fellow wizards and to make them believe that he has turned over a new leaf (which he actually hasn't) and has graciously accepted muggles and Mudbloods, Lucius asks Hermione, a Mudblood, to marry his son, Draco, a pure-blood. Obviously, they both refuse, but Lucius isn't going to give up easily. After all, he wants his status back. He still has a few tricks up his sleeve and is determined to play match-maker. What happens next is a series of events that serve only to bring Hermione and Draco closer, both literally and figuratively speaking. Read to find out how this one unseemly proposal causes absolute chaos in their lives! THIS STORY IS NOT HBP and DH COMPATIBLE! Hey all! Check out my personal info for the expected date of the next update. =)
Oh my god! I want to hex you right now!! You can't leave us hanging like that! Ahhhhhh great story. But please update
Summary: After his failed attempt on Dumbledore's life, Draco seeks refuge at the Order of the Phoenix. Sent back to Hogwarts with suspicious title of Head Boy, he is forced to share a dormitory with none other than Hermione Granger. But with war looming on the horizon and another danger even closer to home, their seventh year of Hogwarts is anything but ordinary.
A story of compelling intrigue, hidden motives, dangerous secrets, and obvious passion. Animagi, Quidditch, the Order of the Phoenix. Masquerades and riddles. Hate and love. Pleasure and pain. A blend of contradictions that, for two people, makes a truly unforgettable final year. Slow moving D/Hr with plenty of plot.
Ok so I know this story is an older one of yours but since I read it I decided I should review it anyway. Also I read the sequel before I wrote this review, but I'll try to separate the two for the sake of the review.
I enjoyed reading this story a lot. There were some slow parts, especially in the beginning but it picked up eventually. Your character developments were amazing. Most other fanfic I've read make their character jump from emotion to emotion. But with An Aversion to Change I really believe all the change of hearts and feelings going through the characters. Nothing seemed rushed and this is probably the cause of the slow spots so it all makes sense.
I really love your writing style. When you went from one character to the other there was a big change not just in opinion but also the view which was a great touch. You were clear and to the point, but also had beautiful descriptions to make the reader truly see the story.
The story itself was predictable, but nonetheless made me sad when Draco chose that path. So even though I knew it was coming, the way your story invested in me still made me upset with the outcome. I did like the ending because I knew it would always have to turn out that way.
Overall, I really enjoyed this story. I'm writing the review to your second right away. Thank you for writing such an amazing story.
Author's Response: I've always been a fan of the slow-burning romance. I love seeing the characters mature and the depth that they can develop with time. A slow pace is the best way I could think to do it. I'm glad the change of perspective wasn't too jarring. I didn't want to take away from the flow of the story but I still felt like I needed to show both sides of the situation. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing!!! :D
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!
Wow. All I have to say is WOW.
This story put me through so many emotions I can't even name them all. As I was reading the story my mom came in to find me balling my eyes out. Anway, here is my review.
My lord, was the beginning dark. It was depressing, drab, and heart wrenching. The perfect feelings for what was truly going on. The characters were subject to so much and with all their conflicting emotions I was still able to see the true feelings. Your emotional writing was absolutely flawless and made me feel every single emotion. At first I was a little disappointed you didn't do the changing of perspectives with Draco, but by the end I understood why and agreed with your choice.
As for writing style, boy have you changed. Since Aversion to Change your style really seems to have matured and was ten million times better than the first which in all honesty wasn't bad.
The storylines were very intricate and you could tell you had it all planned out which was very impressive. I know people were a little upset about Hermione leaving, but I don't understand how they could be. It makes perfect sense and anyone else in her position who was brave enough would do the same. The end was heartbreaking but in a happy way. I am glad they did end up together and showed small signs of hope for the future.
SO that seemed like a whole rant to the wonderfulness of the story but whatever. This story is 100 times better than its predecessor, which I very much enjoyed. I love your stories and really hope you continue to write whether it's Dramione, other fanfic, or your own originals. Thank you for this story.
Author's Response: Oooh I'm sorry! Ha, I always feel a weird sort of pride when I make a reviewer cry. It means I'm doing something right, in - again - a weird, twisted way. Hehe. And I'm so glad you think I've gotten better. I think I have, too. I grew up a lot between writing "Aversion" and this, both in age and maturity, and I know it shows. It's always tempting to go back and rewrite parts of "Aversion" and my other old stories... Maybe when I'm done with all my new stuff, lol. Thank you again for reading and reviewing. I really appreciate it!!
Summary: Life’s choices are unfair, difficult, and occasionally impossible. But to stand in inaction is to perish, and to perish is to fail. What determines survival, and ultimately success, is one’s ability to adapt to the consequences of the action taken, regardless of whether it’s right or wrong.
I'm really excited for the rest of this story! I do wish you would've explained more how Hermione fell in love with Draco. You explained Draco's story extremely well, I just wish we knew more of a back story for Hermione. The story is really good so far and I can't wait for the rest!
Author's Response: Though it was tempting to include some of Hermione's perspective - how she fell in love with Draco, how her friends handled it - I felt like Draco's story was more interesting and added more to the story I wanted to tell. Thank you so much for reading!!
Your writing style is literally amazing. This story was adorable and I enjoyed it immensely! Thank you for writing such amazing stories! I will continue to be an avid reader of yours!
Author's Response: Thank you!! :D