Summary: After the R/Hr argument at the end of the Yule Ball, Christmas 1994 goes even more badly for Ron when Dean, Seamus and Neville bring up the argument, and try to analyze the motives behind it. Also features destruction of the Krum figurine!
-Clementine von RadicsThis time, it is not Hermione who broke.
Summary: When Harry woke that first morning in Grimmauld Place, he wondered if Ron and Hermione had fallen asleep holding hands. This fic provides a possible answer to that question. A missing moment from Deathly Hallows.
Summary: The final confrontation between Voldemort is over and those left must pick up the pieces. Hermione tries to hold everyone together while Ron suffers through the loss of his brother, and proves to be more than a mere support for him.
Summary: In which Ron encounters some very strange things while staying in a Muggle hotel in America.
Nominated for Best Post-Hogwarts in the 2014 QSQs.
Summary: Being poisoned has its advantages - Hermione is talking to Ron again. Unfortunately so is Lavender. Ron hopes to sort this out once and for all if only he could work out how.
Summary: It's the longest start but the end's not too far away... It took Ron and Hermione years to finally get together but after just eighteen months everything is starting to crumble around them.
Summary: Fifteen years after the Battle, Ron and Hermione reminisce.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, but I hope she'd like this.
This story was inspired by a reminder from halfaslug on tumblr - thank you. I dedicate this to her, and Lori (Weasley Mom) because they love Romione so much. (Well, what's not to love?)
Summary: Based on the combination of the Latin obliviscor, meaning "forget," and the Aramaic עַ�‘ְ�“ָא כְּ�“ַ�‘רָא, avda kedavra, meaning "what was said has been done," Oblivi Kedavra has the meaning “forget what has been done.”
After being struck by a home-made curse from Draco Malfoy, Hermione's mind is swept clean of any and all memories of Ron. Which is stronger? Love or revenge?
Summary: Hermione is pregnant, Ron is an idiot...
One thing is certain, Ron Weasley will never be early arriving at platform nine and three-quarters, will he?
This is Northumbrian of Ravenclaw writing for the 2013 Great Hall Valentine's Day Cotillion.
Summary: While the trio is camping after escaping the Ministry, Ron decides to do something special for Hermione on her birthday.
This is Ginny Weasley Potter of Hufflepuff house, writing for the 2013 Great Hall Cotillion.
(Rated high for the profanity)
Summary: The story of Ron and Hermione through a series of missing moments. Who said love was simple?
Summary: As he enters a new chapter of his life, Ron ponders what exactly he has got himself into.
Summary: Ron and Hermione have a normal married life, complete with the good and bad moments: they have the small fights, the passionate kisses and every other thing that a normal marriage consists of. They can handle anything together and a slightly sick son is no problem at all.
But then it becomes a big problem. Hugo is not just ‘slightly sick’ anymore. He has something bigger and much worse than anything Ron or Hermione could ever imagine. And that is when the normalcy of their marriage truly begins to be tested as their ‘small fights’ no longer remain so.
Will they get out of this without any permanent damage, and most importantly, will they get out of it with two children instead of just one?
This is Ginny Weasley Potter of Hufflepuff house writing for the ‘Bonded’ prompt of the Great Hall chapter challenge. Nominated for the 2013 QSQ awards in the best canon romance catergory!
Summary: They may be in love now, but they were friends first.
Follow-up to 'Nervous' with inclusion of Hermione's POV, some silly banter, and plenty of fluff.
Summary: Some things are worse than losing someone, like never having them at all. A short Shell Cottage missing moment.
Warning is for implication, just to be safe.
Summary: He's nervous, and the waiting is only making it worse. What if he's right? What if she hated it?
Summary: The Hawthorn tree is the Celtic symbol of consequence, relationships, and contradiction. It's the symbol of juxtaposition, and also of balance. The beautiful blossoms of the tree are nestled deep within razor-sharp thorns. Despite the harshness of the opposites, it still manages to become reborn each year as the wondrous being of nature we see it as.
Marriage, like the Hawthorne, is rarely -- if ever -- simple. Sometimes the roots decay and the structure dies, and other times the harmony of the union of opposites is enough to keep it alive year after year. Ron and Hermione Weasley's marriage is one such sapling, but will their case be one among the beautiful boughs? Or will it lie dead and trodden upon, long forgotten by time?
This is opti from Hufflepuff House writing for the Great Hall Chaptered Challenge. Prompt: Bonded.
Summary: In his new home, Ron Weasley stumbles across a Boggart. What he sees chills him to the core.
This is majestic_ginny of Hufflepuff writing for the October mini-challenge over at the Great Hall.