Journeys end in lovers meeting... as do they begin when lovers part.
A Charlie Weasley/Original Character one-shot, written for the SPEW 007 writing activity in response to the prompt asleep. It can be read separately, but also works as a sequel to Between Two Points of Separation.
Many thanks to my best friend Jenna/GringottsVault711 for her beautiful and efficient beta work!
On a late September evening, two close friends discover a new meaning in their relationshipâ€¦ Charlie Weasley/Original Character, one-shot.
Thank you to my Jenna/GringottsVault711 for her beta work.
Summary: When you refuse to make choices, life has a tendency to make them for you.
Being the illegitimate son of a particularly noticeable wizard, Lucas Malory has spent all of his life practicing the art of inconspicuousness. But when the brutal waves of war break upon the world, every man must make a stand for what he believes in. Lucas, determined to keep his distance and only mind his own business, suddenly finds his options banging impatiently on the door. When indifference is no longer an option, how will he decide where his loyalties lie?
A/N: This story was plotted out before the release of the 7th book, but as I continue writing after having read it, chapters may be inspired by/include spoilers from Deathly Hallows.
Lucas surveyed her quietly. Siobhan wondered what he might be thinking, how he must be judging her. After all, what kind of woman would do what she was about to do?
This one-shot is a companion to The Magnificent Malfoy, telling the story of how Lucille came to be in the care of her half-brother. For this to make sense, I strongly recommend reading the chaptered story first, as well as its other companion, Long Lost Lucille.
Like countless other wizards and witches, Lucille Murphy had found herself taking advantage of the fabulous hospitality of Mr Malfoy. Like them, she had gossiped and speculated about his elusive person, revelling in the mysteries surrounding him. And just like everyone else, she had been awed at the sight of his face.
But, unlike others, Lucille was no longer concerned with who he was. Instead, she was rapidly becoming obsessed with what he might be…
This one-shot is a companion to The Magnificent Malfoy, and I strongly recommend reading that story first.
Some said he had been a Death Eater, others that he had fought bravely for the Ministry during the war. Nearly everyone took advantage of his fabulous hospitality. And fabulous it was; in his superb Wiltshire home he gave the most amazing parties, and not the least remarkable thing about them was that few people could recognise their host. He seemed to be a man without a background, without history, whose eyes were always searching the glittering crowds for something… or someone?
Summary: It is London in the late 1920s, and the Muggle influence on the magical society has never been so strong. The older generations, especially of the pure-blood families, disapprove, but their children are becoming increasingly curious and open-minded. Join one of these young men as he attempts to introduce his mother to the pleasures of Muggle culture, and as he discovers the full extent of them himself.
Summary: “Behind every great man stands a great woman.” But what happens when the roles change? What is life like to a man who must live in the shadow of his wife? A wife who is neither great nor good, but wicked and cruel, and who only exists to serve her master… One-shot, written pre-HBP.