Summary: Time travel. One of the most dangerous things one can do in the wizarding world...yet along with the high risks, it also has the ability to do wonderful things. Here is the tale of what happened to three young wizards when they traveled back to the past - back to the time of the famous Marauders. There are some ships you may not like (L/D, G/J, Hr/S, Hr/RL) so be forewarned.
The last chapter, chapter 23, has been posted! This fic is finished.
Edit as of 08/27/05: Reading over this fic literally made me cringe in pain. I apologise to anyone who had to endure the agony of reading such terrible writing. I'll give you an e-cookie to make up for the torture I put you through.
i don't get it. so does ginny really have the disease in the future, or is she just lying to protect herself?
i loved it. ginny's disease is really sad. the whole story was good. it would've been weird if they got stuck in the past and ginny and james ended up together and they had Harry still. weird. good story
Summary: But something happened that day...something that I, as a young and innocent 11-year old, could not place at that moment, but now can. That was the day I fell in love. (D/G songfic to Hoobastank - Escape)
aww, sad. :'(
Summary: In the years following Voldemort's victory in the second war, Muggle-borns must become slaves and servants to pure-bloods in order to survive. Over time, Hermione Granger has learned to suppress her pride and independence in households where she is considered lower than dirt. She thought she would be prepared for this new family, just like she was for all the previous ones. What she didn't know was that this new family was none other than Draco Malfoy's. Will she manage hold up when she finds herself struggling to withhold her sharp tongue, returning hatred, and...something else?
The last chapter of this story has been posted! Thanks for reading :)
Thank you to everyone who voted "The Sweetest Sin" as the Best Tearjerker in round 4 of the Dramione Awards!
Thanks to some of my amazing readers, The Sweetest Sin has been/is being translated into seven languages: French, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Czech, Latvian, and Chinese. If you would like the links to any of the translations, please e-mail me or leave a review :)
firstly, this story was amazing. very very well written.
secondly, the metaphor of the last paragraph. it means hermoine had moved on. when her tears missed the center, she wasn't quite ready to fully forget Draco. but when she was walking away i think she finally accepted it. i think the one raindrop that fell and put out the fire was one of Draco's tears.
very good story. i don't know if i'm right or not, but i would really like to know if i am. once again. fantastic story.
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!
wow, this story was amazing. i just read it all in like 2 days. you had me hooked. i couldn't stop reading it. i also read the alternate ending. both are wonderful, but the second one i though was really cute. i never thought draco and hermoine could ever end up together, but this story is a good example of one where they can. sorry for the long review, and once again, FABULOUS job. i will be reading all of your other stories as well.
Summary: In the midst of a war-torn world, Harry lives carrying the wizarding world’s burdens, while Draco willingly follows his leader in darkness. When they meet one evening in the most unexpected of places, however, they find that their differences can be put aside, even if just for one night. Based on the song “Invincible” by Jesse McCartney.
wow, that was...odd. but good also!