Summary: Rosmerta finds that life is much more monotonous than she thought-- all until Sirius Black shows up in the middle of the night and shows her simplicity is what life's all about.
Other Pairing: Sirius/Rosmerta
Written for the Slytherin Co-Author Valentine's Day Challenge by Mistletoe and Rhi for HP.
Summary: In which Remus considers his feelings and hesitations as he once again steals away on a nightly rendezvous with Sirius.
Winner of the 2009 QSQ for Best Same-Sex Pairing! =]
Summary: Blaise felt a sharp jab in the center of his ribs, and did everything to conceal the wind that was just knocked from his chest. She spoke so casually about their relationship that it seemed it hadn’t been as serious as he had hoped when it had still been alive. He took a long pull from his drink, allowing the burn in his throat to stifle the ache in his chest, and finished the liquid.
“Why did you want to meet me, Astoria? You shouldn’t be seen with me.”
Draco/Astoria with hints of Blaise/Astoria
Broken Hearts, Unlike Broken Quills, Are Not Easily Mended by Mistletoe
Rated: 3rd-5th Years [Reviews - 13]
Summary: Growing up together, Sirius and Remus formed a bond that even their two other best friends couldn’t understand. Then something terrible happened and both of their lives shattered to the ground around their feet. Fourteen years later, they are reunited and their worlds are turned upside down, however different their worlds had become.
The missing scenes of Order of the Phoenix.
Summary: Hullo! I'm Lily Evans, and I'm starting my seventh year at Hogwarts soon. I'm Head Girl with James Potter, which I'm secretly thrilled about, emphasis on the secretly. Seriously secretly, like even to me, kind of. Well, I must be off!
Hey! Lily! Oh, sorry, so rude of me, I'm Anna, Anna Boothe. Lily's uh, hold on let me grab my trunk, it's just slipped out of my fingers. Where was I? Oh yes, Lily's best friend. We're inseperable, really. Like two peas in a pod and whatnot. Where is she, anyway? Er, well it was nice meeting you, I've got to go catch the train!
Oi! Did you just see Evans? I've been looking for her and I thought I just saw her here. I'm rather excited about being Head Boy with her; it'll give me a chance to show her the real James Pot--
What are you going on about, Prongs? Why are you even listening to this nutter? We've got to catch the train. Probably talking to you about Evans, am I right? He would talk to a tree about Evans if he could. Moony, Wormtail, help me get this starry-eyed git onto the train before it leaves without us...
You two are helpless, don't you think, Pete?
More helpless than two Grindylows out of water...
Summary: Brought to you by Kritchen of Hufflepuff and Mistletoe of Slytherin.
"A great man’s greatest good luck is to die at the right time."
We, two nameless friends, have worked our way into the world of Harry Potter as you know it. This tale began with that quote and the greatest man to ever live: Albus Percival Wulfric Brian. Who else could such a quote be about? This is a story not about us, but about them, the people who knew him and lived with him. We are merely passing through their lives so that we can share it with you.
Summary: I had always looked at my life like a puzzle. I had specific pieces that fit together in specific ways, but there were always those few pieces that got lost or didn't fit so perfectly. My puzzle was a hard one, filled of pieces that looked virtually the same, but never wanted to fit the correct way. My puzzle was almost finished, but there was one piece that was gone forever.
Told from Lily Evans' POV.
Summary: There were many moments of tension mentioned between Sirius and Severus in the early days of the second Order of the Phoenix. Severus arrives one day in the unfamiliar house of Black to be greeted by Sirius, and as emotions boil and tempers rise, the two face off in a duel of long built prejudices and hate.
Summary: Once branded by the Dark Mark, the sole most powerful sign on the planet, Bellatrix was sent on a mission. A mission that would mean everything or nothing, and she held the power to decide which. To her Lord it would prove her loyalty, her everything, and she was more than prepared to do just that.
Summary: It's the biggest battle I've ever faced in my life: my blood or my love? The two can be ambiguous, but in my case, they are black and white, day and night. I had been seemingly repressed by my family for too long, so I did the one thing that allowed me a choice. I ran away.
Summary: "It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live."
A wise man had once told Harry Potter this simple phrase. Harry, in turn, passed on this advice to a brooding Teddy, who suffers once again as the Christmas holidays approach. More than he shows, the death of his young parents affect Teddy. They shouldn't have died, it should have been somebody else. Yet, Teddy has been forced to grow up without them, envious of those with loving parents. Victoire can't help but wonder why Teddy is unable accept the amount of love he has around him. Maybe, with a little persuasion and some good advice from a caring godfather, Teddy can finally get over the death of the parents that he never had the chance to know.
Character Death warning for previous deaths. They don't actually occur in the story.
Submitted by Mistletoe of Slytherin for the Winter Tales Challenge.
As the owl flew over the gray landscape, her feathers were sodden by the thick downpour. She flew quickly, and with the idea in mind that as soon as the mission was over, she would have her meal.
Summary: He looked down at this feet and let out a faint laugh. “You know Tonks, you’ve got a lot in you. I’ll see you around.” And with a smile and a wink of the eye, Remus Lupin vanished.