Part II of Romance Slytherin Style - However Far Away by SeaIsleWitch
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 237]
Summary: He had no choice when he was marked as a servant of evil; her only mistake was to fall in love with him. Draco Malfoy and Pansy Parkinson are two lovers forced to live in a cruel reality.
This is Part II of Romance, Slytherin Style - A Trilogy. Please read Part I - Somewhere Only We Know first. *Let me change your mind about the Slytherins you love to hate.*
Warnings: Non-graphic violence, torture and sexual situations. Character death, but not Pansy or Draco.
Genres: Romance/drama with some humour and action
Main Characters: Draco Malfoy & Pansy Parkinson
Other Characters: Severus Snape, Narcissa Malfoy, Millicent Bulstrode, Bellatrix Lestrange , Lord Voldemort and many more.
Haha... all the reviews are ending in Will he ever remember? Even this one! Will he ever remember?
Read my story?Please? And review? Please? -in big booming voice like on the wizard of Oz- THAT SHALL REPAY THY DEBT! -gigglegiggle-
Author's Response: Hi, Bewitching! I will definitely read your story. I\'ve got a lot on my plate right now, but I promise to get to it soon, okay? *hugs* -SIW
Summary: Ginny commemorates the fifth anniversary of her death and finds herself face to face with someone from her past.
Okay... I understand that you've been going through alot... but its been nearly a year now. Please update soon.
Author's Response: I haven\'t posted it here yet, but there is a new chapter posted at www.dracoandginny.com under the author name KateinVA. I\'m glad you\'re enjoying the story!
Cheeheehee! Hehehehe! Oooh! I'm laughing inside! I don't know why...maybe an exited laugh, or the sweet irony! But hehehehe... I loved it! Short, but sweet. Don't let anyone get grumpy about its length! You did great!
Oh...and Draco still hasn't dressed! Won't Ginny be happy...
Very original plot. I like it. Its deffinently going in my favorites.
Author's Response: Thank you! I appreciate that!
I thirst for responses
He miight have dresssed, I mean, it wasn't clearly portrayed, but I imagined that in between the time of Ginny's departure and Lucius's arrival he probably at least put on a hotel bathrobe. Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed how fluffy those robes are?
Summary: Sense: a word of so many meanings. This is a story about senses. The common sense notion of self preservation that is lost when friends are in need, the senses of the body that can be damaged so easily, and the intuitive senses of the heart that tell you when things have changed. R/Hr focused with a little bit of H/G, not a lot of fluff, with rotating views between the characters on a truly horrific day.
Quicksilver Quills Runner-Up - Best Romance, Canon
I enjoy your fanfic very much! I love your word choice, it creates amazing imagery and I can just see the scene ply out in my mind! The only problem I found were a few grammer mistakes that probably just came from quick typing.
[Quote]His father smiled at his weakly, his face shining with loving support. [/Quote] Just little things like that, they are a pet peeve of mine, thats why I notice them. Maybe double beta? I do that sometimes when I'm having issues getting my fic accepted. Overall, I loved it!
Author's Response: Yea, those are the things that drive me crazy when I go back through, the stuff that never gets picked up by spellcheck... thanks for reading and reviewing!
Summary: "He sat on a flat rock, gazing at the reflection of the moon in the lake. He supposed it was typical of him, to look at the shine of the image instead of the real thing."
A younger brother reflects on separation and betrayal.
I really enjoyed this fic! I have never read a Regulus Sirius fic before. It really shows how Regulus might have ended up with a good/evil war inside him, and how he might have become the mysterious RAB. I also like the relationship shown between Sirius and Regulus, it was exactly as I imagined it would be, a love that easily borders a hate is the only way I can describe it. I hope to see more from you!
Summary: The deathly hallows of a man’s mind are a dark and dangerous place; a place which one can be easily lost if they walk the line between light and dark too carelessly. It’s easy to fall in, to lose yourself. You may think you’ve not strayed too deeply into that gaping maw of death and despair until you look back up from the hole and can no longer see the light. And then… then it is too late. You will be truly gone.
First place winner of the The New Years Challenge: The Deathly Hallows
Nominated for "Best Dark/Angst" story in the Quick Silver Quills!!
" I am not great at giving reviews, but I will do my best.
First of all, I love how in this story, you are incorperating your own theories for future books. It is a very original way to get your theories out and make them known.
"He would, of course, know what it’s like to be lost… to have fallen. But I was young, naive, headstrong… even delusional, you could say."
I love this quote from your story because it shows your writing style so clearly. I love the rythem that you have managed to put into your writing by using grammatical tools. Much more efficient and understandable than Shakesperean meter.
I lvoe your writing and I would love to hear more from you. Thank you for the banner too!
Author's Response: Thank you! And you\'re welcome for the banner :)
Summary: Hermione Granger and Draco Malfoy are dueling when he hits her with a spell known as 'Amoriate'. The spell completely destroys Hermione's memory of her relationships and she has to start over. Who are her friends? Who are her enemies?
The AU warning is because some of the characters are slightly OOC...but I'll fix that in later chapters...I needed it for now to get started...
Ch. 2 is in the queue! Sorry it took so long!
I really like where this is going. It should be interesting. =]
Author's Response: Thank you! I hope you like the rest!
Summary: Anthea Wade is assigned the task to defend Lucius Malfoy by her rather doubting colleagues. Determined to prove herself capable and get her client off the hook, she calls one of the most unlikely witnesses to prove Lucius Malfoy’s innocence.
I am very pleased to say that this story received the Honorable Mention in the August One-Shot Challenge!
I ver much enjoyed this story, I liked how you showed that a person can look past what they know of someone off the bat. Your character being a woman, Harry testifying for Lucius and Lucius actually being thankful for it are all great examples. I think the one thing that bothered me was when Harry was holding back tears. I just have never imagined Harry to be the crying in public type. He has spoken about his parents before calmly. But other than that, I think the story was absolutely amazing. (I wouldn't even have mentioned it if we weren't required to say something we didn't like. It was that small of a thing).
Author's Response: Heh, I appreciate that you mentioned it anyways. I think that I\'m proudest of this fic, so it means a lot to me when people like it. And thank you for leaving such a nice review - I always appreciate getting them and this one just made my holidays a little more cheery. Thank you! :D
Summary: Its Christmas eve in a small valley outside of London and it would be perfect with the exception of one very important person who has gone missing. How will the others react when this person returns? With tears? Anger? Or even happiness? Watch what happens between Ron, Hermione, Harry, Ginny, and baby James this Christmas. This heart wrenching story will have you reading to the last word.
Weasleyboyfreak: Hufflepuff...sitting in front of a warm fire, drinking a large mug of cocoa!
Christmas Wishes is a one shot for the by the fireside prompt for WTC.
I really love your story!
I like how you illistrated how close everyone is to Ron. Sometimes, I forget Ginny is his sister, and that she loves him just as much as Harry and Hermione. =)
The one thing that bothered me were some odd spelling errors. Just like, when you accidently press a letter twice. Stuff like that. Also, I think towards the end, Ron's choice of words was just a little bit out of character. But not so much that it couldn't be explained away by the fact that he's grown up.
Lovely story overall!
Author's Response: Thank you, I\'m glad you liked my story.