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The Pursuit by MagEd
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 375]

Summary: Harry and Ginny are happily married with a baby on the way. When they manipulate Ron and Hermione into both meeting them for lunch, the last thing anyone expected was for Harry and Ginny to be kidnapped.

Suddenly Ron and Hermione are left with nothing more than a note and the realization it’s up to them to follow the clues and rescue the couple they both love and adore. If only the clues weren't nonsense. If only they knew who could possibly have taken Harry and Ginny. If only they didn’t hate each other. If only they hadn’t once loved each other.

Life just got a whole lot more complicated for Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.

*Completed*

"Harry was right: there was no such thing as understanding girls, no matter how old a bloke got."

Categories: Ron/Hermione Genre: Warnings: Book 7 Disregarded

Word count: 50131 Chapters: 9 Completed: Yes
Published:
05/16/07 Updated: 11/16/08


Reviewer: carthia Signed
Date: 06/04/12 Title: Chapter 9: The Choice

Oh my God, how have I never read this before? Seriously, how good was it? The plot so creative and intriguing and the Ron and Hermione story heartbreaking, but very, very emotionally realistic. Excellent, excellent writing.

I think my favourite part was the backstory with the pregnancy and the miscarriage, because it was so unbelievably sad and made the whole story a million times more realistic. I really dislike it when the characters who are supposed to have been through some horrible ordeal seem to just shake it off way too easily to be believable. "So I've lost my baby? Aww man, that's too bad. Oh well, life goes on." In your story there's none of this, you weren't afraid to make Ron and Hermione suffer, lash out and hurt each other. It wasn't pleasant to read, and don't get me wrong, I like me some fluff as much as the next person, but I'd take realistic over fluffy anyday.

 

Letters from the Tent by WeasleyMom
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 36]

Summary: A distraught Hermione takes quill to parchment.

Categories: Ron/Hermione Genre: Warnings: Mild Profanity

Word count: 3391 Chapters: 1 Completed: No
Published:
10/01/10 Updated: 10/02/10


Reviewer: carthia Signed
Date: 06/03/12 Title: Chapter 1: The Letters

Wow, this was gorgeous. Painful and angsty, but sooo good. Hermione's feelings, her anger, confusion, hurt and longing were spot on. As far as I'm concerned, this stuff is canon.

Author's Response: Thank you so much. I still sort of intend to include another chapter of this, involving Ron, but I think it stands okay on its own as well. Thanks for the kind words--I appreciate it! ~ Lori

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