Penname: AnneLea [Contact]
Real name: Adrianne
Member Since: 03/16/07
Website: freewebs.com/narinya
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It's complicated, it's mixed up, it'll take forever to put here. Suffice it to say I'm 19, American, and really into writing fanfiction for HP.
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Something I Can Believe by AnneLea
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 11]

Summary: Partially inspired by the song "All I Need" by Within Temptation. Book 7 disregarded.





Harry undertakes one final task; learning how to forgive.



Only parts of book seven are dissregarded, some changed as you'll note later.



Second chapter is submitted at last. First chapter is edited.

Categories: Harry/Hermione Genre: Warnings: Alternate Universe, Book 7 Disregarded, Character Death, Non-Consensual Sex, Sexual Situations, Violence

Word count: 5205 Chapters: 2 Completed: No
Published:
08/07/07 Updated: 11/26/07


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