I like her. She likes me. It must be obvious. Sounds simple, right?
Yeah. I thought so, too.
We're always talking and he never even so much as hints at anything.
I like him. I think he likes me.
I guess it isn't that simple.
James Sirius Potter is trying desperately to snag the girl of his dreams…but she doesn’t even know how he feels about her. She’s not giving him anything to work with! And besides, she’s a Ravenclaw; he’s not smart enough for her…
Molly Woodruff has had her eye on James Potter since they’d met. Now, three years later, she was very ready and willing to be his girlfriend. The boy must be blind to not see her staring at him!
Insanity ensues…because really, if a Potter is involved, it can’t be smooth sailing.
Summary: Pre-HP Hogwarts-mid-1930's. Elizabett Castlewood, a Hufflepuff raised in a circle of Slytherins, has created a new course for Hogwarts-Muggle Studies. Within the first months at school, she captures the attention of a certain Transfiguration professor.
Summary: Percy Weasley meets Penelope Clearwater.
Summary: And I’m fallin’, this spell I’m under
I don’t know what’s up or down
I’m fallin’, it makes me wonder
Why I’ve spent time foolin’ ‘round with boys
Boy oh boy this must be love
Andromeda Black has always wondered why she wasn't like the other Black girls. Oh, she tried to be: she never spoke to Muggleborns and looked down on those from the other houses with disdain. However, one day she meets a boy unlike any of those she's known before. Someone who can look past her heritage and see her for who she really is. Slowly, she starts to believe him when he tells her that being different might not be such a bad thing...
Summary: When the former Muggle Studies teacher moves to France, Hogwarts gets a two-for-one deal in the feisty Ivy Freeman and her daughter, the dreamy Alexis. Alexis becomes instantly beloved, not only by the students but also by a certain former Potions master. While Alexis remains oblivious to her own charms, Ivy takes note, and clashes ensue behind the doors of the faculty offices...
Summary: He left. Katie Bell has moved on; she loves someone else, but it's not enough – she can't let go of him. When they meet for a drink one night, it can only bring back memories and pain.
Summary: For some people, regret is a dominating force. Erika Delian knows it first-hand. After 13 years of self-imposed seclusion, regret is all she has left. But with the return of the only man she ever loved, she will be forced to confront his anger, as well as her own guilty conscience.
Sirius/OC Set during OotP
Summary: Katie Bell discovers the perils of not knowing what (or whom) she wants and taking a close friend for granted.
Summary: The Daily Prophet offers Severus shocking news and an unwelcome reminder of his past with Marlene McKinnon.
Summary: He lost his brother and his best friend. How can life ever be anything but empty ever again? /post-DH/George/Angelina/
Summary: The last person that Katie Bell expected to encounter on Christmas Eve was Oliver Wood – the once love of her life; the man who had walked away from her when she had needed him most.
Summary: For Oliver Wood, Quidditch is everything, or almost, and he has never taken to failure well. So, when the biggest game of his career doesn’t go to plan, it takes someone who cares about more than just his skill on a broom to make him see that there is more to life than Quidditch.
On the day of her wedding, Narcissa Black has a little secret to keep...
Summary: “Bit of a nasty shock when he found out.”
Seamus Finnigan’s mother didn’t tell his father that she was a witch until after they were married, but why would a woman would guard her secret so closely, and how does a man accept that his wife is far more than just the local girl he grew up with?
With time, a truth left unspoken slowly becomes a lie …
Summary: Percy finds that he has more in common with his infuriating colleague, Daphne Greengrass, than just overbearing mothers.
Summary: Lord Voldemort rewards those who show their unwavering loyalty... and where Bellatrix Lestrange is concerned, he can make it a reward for himself as well.
One-shot, contains torture and strong sexual content.
Summary: He was born four months early. A winter birthday, late December. His mother died in bearing him. He was a tiny, ugly baby. His face was pinched and small and grey, the face of an old man, or a monkey. In the middle of his forehead, there was a second set of eyes. His father cried and named him Argus, of the many eyes.
Argus Filch was abandoned by everyone he knew, starting with his parents. That is, until he met Lucie Jones, a beautiful witch, and her bitter mother, whose past Lucie is terrified of repeating. An unlikely love blossoms. But, Argus wonders, can Lucie really stay with him forever, when no one else ever could?
Summary: The first time Bellatrix appeared at Spinner’s End that day cemented the course of his future, and the second time forced him to address the past.
Summary: The world changes, but one thing stays the same – every year, a week after the Final Battle, the DA still meet to remember those who fell. For Michael Corner, this means seeing his best friend's girl, which becomes more complicated by the year.
Summary: Five Reasons to Hate James Potter II:
1. He's arrogant (thinks he's the best thing to come into Quidditch... ha! Being a five time winner of Witch Weekly's most charming smile does not make you a Quidditch star)
2. He's a womanizer (there's only so many fans you can please, James)
3. He calls me a bad Seeker (oh, I'm sorry, I must have gotten the wrong impression when I caught the Snitch in front of your face twenty times)
4. On a broader note, he insults me in his interviews (honestly, my jabs aren't nearly as horrible)
5. He has this nagging little thing where he criticizes everything I do (next he's going to be telling me that I shouldn't start dating Felix Lupin)
If you ever ask Libby MacFarlan about James Potter II, prepare yourself for a long speech. She hates him. End of story. But when Quidditch rivalries get personal, egos start clashing and they soon find themselves in the midst of a scandal, involving nosy paparazzi, insulting news articles, obsessive fans, and one very jealous Felix Lupin. This could get complicated....
Excerpt from Chapter 7: The Kiss:
There had been the after party with her friends. Her parents had decided not to attend, Hamish feeling that he was too old for such parties. Nevertheless, the rest of the Montrose Magpies attended… and there had been drinks. Oh, Merlin. She must have gotten drunk again. That explained the hangover. And where in the world was her shirt?
Libby pulled herself up in a seated position, rubbing her temples. She found her shirt lying on a vase on the coffee table, carelessly thrown aside. She shivered and covered herself with a blanket. Felix suddenly jumped awake and averted his eyes when he saw Libby.
“Oh, you’re awake,” he said. Slowly, he got up and walked across the room, headed towards the kitchen area. “Would you like some juice?” he asked, turning to look at her.
She turned around. “Y-y-y-yes,” she yawned. “Felix, what happened last night?”