Summary: The evolving history between James Potter and Lily Evans told in three short scenes.
Summary: Lily gets more than she bargained for while studying the Patronus Charm.
Summary: It's Christmas break in seventh year and Lily Evans is contemplating an incident she had with James a week ago. Unsure of things, she turns to Sirius for advice.
Summary: Lily Evans never let anyone get truly close to her. Not since her sister refused to accept who she was. Not since her best friend rejected her because of blood status. Not since the one boy she let get near enough cheated on her.
Now, as Head Girl, she is required to work with the Head Boy. As their working relationship deepens, James is made increasingly aware of Lily's tendency to push him away despite a connection that seems to be drawing them closer.
Can Lily let go of the past and let James be the one to get close to her?
Summary: Lily Evans and James Potter have now completed Hogwarts. With Lily's parents having recently passed away, James' support gets him thinking. A serious discussion with Sirius follows.
Summary: James and Lily have just finished their first date and soon find themselves in an interesting situation.
Summary: And there he was. The one boy she could not stand. His messy, jet black hair was ruffled and untidy and his glasses were sitting crooked on his nose. James Potter was here. With Lily. And all her Muggle friends. At a Muggle ski resort. Could things possibly be worse? Oh yeah, Sirius Black is there, too.
Summary: James is sitting in the common room one night unable to sleep as thoughts of Lily consume his mind after a chance late-night conversation with her.
This is a continuation of "The Game".
Summary: Lily's in bed, starts reflecting on things and can't get to sleep. There's no end of worries in seventh-year for the Head Girl, particularly where your Head Boy is concerned.
Summary: James Potter is Head Boy and Gryffindor Quidditch captain in his seventh year at Hogwarts. He has three best friends and his life seems perfect--except that Lily Evans, the only girl he's ever loved, can't stand him.
Lily Evans is Head Girl and top of their class. She's always been disgusted by James' arrogance, yet she can't seem to stop blushing when he's around.
As their Head Boy and Girl duties bring them together, can James find a way to win Lily's love?
A Different Kind of Magic has been nominated for the 2011 Quicksilver Quills: Best Canon Romance. Thank you!
Summary: At the end of sixth year, Lily hates Severus. She can never forgive him for that one word, no matter how careless. And so, when she goes home, Lily spends only a short time in her neighborhood before joining Mary in Godric’s Hollow.
At the end of sixth year, James loves Lily. She is his life. He lives to see her each and every day. And so, when he goes home, James is looking for a new way to win her heart in the coming year. Remus comes over, and the two hatch a plan.
At the end of sixth year, everything is as usual.
At the beginning of seventh year, everything has changed.
Summary: James and Lily started off on the wrong foot, and continued limping until their fifth year. And then Lily started to see that Potter wasn't quite as awful as she'd previously believed.
This story was originally written for Lori (Weasley Mom) and Sophie (the owl) in the SBBC Lovebombs month. They like James/Lily and Jane Austen, so this is what I came up with.
Disclaimer: Not only am I NOT JK Rowling, I am not Jane Austen either.
The lines threading through this tale are from Pride and Prejudice.
Summary: The war with Voldemort comes and goes, and James and Lily find themselves struggling to put the pieces of their broken lives back together. [two shot]
Summary: As the students of Hogwarts confront increasing unrest beyond the castle walls and festering prejudices within, they must set aside old differences and forge new alliances. Now in their Sixth Year, James, Lily, and their friends struggle to find light amidst the encroaching darkness.
Summary: After finishing Seventh Year, James and Lily go their separate ways. An unexpected encounter leads James to contemplate the relationship they once had, and remember that some things are worth fighting for.
Summary: As Lily Evans, Sirius Black, and James Potter enter their Seventh Year, the outside world is darkening. But inside the merry walls of the school, love is abound. Except for Lily, who is too busy trying to quell the horrifying realization that intense dislike might not be the ONLY feeling she has for James Potter after all... And for Sirius, who feels himself darkening with the world, lost in his own intense and disturbing feelings for a certain redhead...
Summary: Lying to myself, lying to my friends, lying to Remus, to Sev . . . to James. I couldn't do it anymore. I had to suck it up . . . and fall in love.
In the midst of a war, Lily Evans, consumed by fear for her small family and her own identity as "Muggleborn", finds herself turning to the least likely person for protection and companionship - James Potter. This is yet another story of that fateful seventh year, when two people came together, and gave birth to a saga.
Summary: Lily Evans hates James Potter; he's reckless, careless, hopeless. James Potter loves Lily Evans; she's feisty, forward, firm. Over their years at Hogwarts, both of them change, and their love eventually becomes the stuff of legend. This is the story of how that love started and how it touched the lives of everyone they knew.
Summary: The Marauders have left school behind them just as war has fallen across the Wizarding World at last--quiet and invisible, but war nonetheless. And on the front lines is this small group of young Hogwarts graduates who have moved from pranking battles to something far more serious.
In this third and final installment to the James and Lily story begun in “Trickster” and “Stars Apart,” the Marauders join their friends in the Order as a part of what feels more and more like a fight they have no chance of winning. In the middle of it all, love grows and friendships break, trust forms and wavers, and warriors who are barely more than children must learn not only how to fight but what they are fighting for.
Summary: As N.E.W.T.s quickly approach, Lily Evans struggles with her once-perfect boggart spell, while James Potter cannot seem to master the Patronus Charm. A strange journey through a long-lost room within the castle guides the two Heads through their troubles, leading them to an unexpected end where they find much more than the ability to master their magic.
This is Gmariam of Ravenclaw writing for the Great Hall Cotillion Challenge.