Summary: ‘I missed you,’ she whispered into his chest. ‘Two days is a long time.’
It would be expected for them to somehow be pulled apart, be it due to the status of their blood or the houses in which they lay, their seperation was inevitable. For Ted, the hardest part was knowing that Andromeda herself was the reason they had to be apart.
‘Not quite as long as two months,’ he said. ‘Which is how long I was left to miss you.’
A follow up to Don't Apologise, but it can be read as a stand-alone one shot.
Note: The non-consensual sex and violence warnings are minor aspects of the story, mainly written in small flashbacks.
Summary: There were three things Lily Potter and Rose Weasley knew they had in common. They both shared their names with rather popular flowers, they had both inherited the Weasley red hair and freckles gene, and they both had fairly famous fathers.
But there was still one unfortunate similarity that Rose and Lily were ignorant to: they had both grown a strong interest in the enemy. And the fact that both Rose and Lily shared a common ‘enemy’ only increased the undesirability of the circumstance. Oh, and by ‘enemy’ they meant Scorpius Malfoy.
‘I don’t understand you, Malfoy.’
He smirked. ‘You don’t have to.’
Summary: Draco Malfoy has become accustomed to the looks of fear on the faces of those that await torture. But it's the sounds that he hears during such torture that he cannot handle. In attempt to escape the screaming, he seeks refuge in the cellar of his home. He knows who is imprisoned there, but he does not know exactly what this prisoner is capable of teaching him.
Second place in the I Challenge Thee.
Summary: Hermione Granger made a career out of protecting house-elves. At forty-eight, she had moved on to bigger and better things. But when asked to take leave from work, Hermione is certain this can only mean failure.
So when Ron brings home the story of Honey the house-elf, Hermione makes a decision that could alter the course of her career - and ultimately her life.
Not only does Hermione have to convince the entire Wizengamot of Honey's innocence, she must also prove it to her family. And they have become those least likely to believe her.
‘Honey,’ I said. ‘That’s an unusual name for a house-elf.’
Ron cleared his throat loudly. ‘It’s also unusual for a house-elf to commit a murder.’
Epilogue now up!
Summary: We kept it safe and slow, the quiet things that no one ever knows.
Remus Lupin had always known something would come between his and Sirius' relationship, he just wasn't aware that it would involve the deaths of his best friends.
‘Do you think I’ll let you down? Well, I won’t.’
Andromeda Black wants desperately to take control of her life, but she has never been given the motivation to do so... until now.
‘You won’t have to marry him,’ Ted said surely. ‘Not after this, I can’t let it happen. If it comes down to it, I’ll marry you before he gets the chance.’
Note: the non-consensual sex warning is for a minor part and the act is prevented.
Summary: For Dean, it's the differences between he and Luna that hold them together, and he is willing do to anything keep it that way. But if the one thing that is pulling them apart is Luna herself, Dean is helpless.
Dean Thomas/Luna Lovegood One-shot.
Summary: Since the death of her daughter, Andromeda Tonks cannot stand the fact that she has failed to love her grandson.
She sees no other choice but to leave him with the only person left to trust, but an encounter with Rubeus Hagrid leads to a change of heart.
Note: The warning is for fairly minor aspects, but I'm implying post-traumatic stress disorder.
Summary: Andromeda Tonks thought she had finally got her favourite cousin back.
So when he is taken from her once again by the person she least expects, it is enough to break her.