After the Final Battle, Harry discovers his magic changes and his relationship with Ginny is in uncharted waters. Voldemort's demise isn't the end of Harry's problems and as Ginny thrusts herself back into his life, they discover new strength to overcome their challenges together.
A mistake was made and Voldemort didn’t die during the final battle. This spells the beginning of the end for Harry, who ends it all five years later in a magical explosion that sends his spirit back exactly ten years. See a/n in prologue for more info.
Set immediately after the final battle, Harry begins to adjust to a life without Voldemort and with Ginny. Intrigue in the Ministry of magic and public knowledge of his possession of the Elder Wand make life anything but "happily ever after". ABANDONED
Harry and Ginny are told to meet at Dumbledore's tomb. When they arrive, they are given something they did not expect but explains much about the "White Bumblebee".
Harry, Ron, Hermione and Ginny find out what it means to grow up against the backdrop of the second wizarding war. Relationships grow, lessons are learned, and Hermione discovers that book smarts aren’t everything in this tale set before Harry’s sixth year.
ABANDONED. Every journey has a beginning. In the journey towards defeating the most powerful Dark Lord in a century, Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny begin with finding the first Horcrux and with finding themselves. They discover the location of the locket-Horcrux that R. A. B. stole from Voldemort. But getting it the second time is much more difficult without their magic.
Harry kills Voldemort and lives happily ever after, right? Not quite. A two part story that delves into the continued woes of Harry Potter. In the midst of his victory, Harry is arrested for murder and practicing dark magic. He's got other plans.
Harry and company return to Hogwarts after destroying all but one of Voldemort's Horcruxes. When Voldemort crashes the party, a new sacrifice is required to fulfill the prophecy and bring peace to the world.
A collection of short, fluffy, sometimes angsty but completely seperate stories that chronicle various ways in which Harry and Ginny could kiss. Yeah, HBP makes this moot, but before Harry and Ginny were canonized, I had loads of fun thinking up ways to get them together. These were written partially because my good friend Kokopelli was determined to not have them snog in his fantastic work, The Letters of Summer. So if you read that (or any stories lacking in a good kiss) and feel bereft, come here to get your fix.
A series of short stories set in the "The Bargain" universe. Read "The Bargain" first, or nothing will make sense. There's no plot, but lots of fun with a married Harry and Ginny at Hogwarts. But first, another look back in time to see exactly what happened to James and Arthur to cause such an important bit of information from slipping from their minds. :D
Ginny is stuck at the Burrow until Harry returns, torn between wanting to fight alongside him and staying with her mother. When Hermione suggests that she keep a little bit of Harry with her, just in case, it causes Ginny to reconsider the possible outcome of the war.
Ginny held her tongue when Harry said he needed to stop seeing her. When Harry comes to Bill and Fleur's wedding at the Burrow, Ginny won't hold back any more.
Yeah, it's another Harry/Ginny at the wedding scene, but in my defense, it was written less than three weeks after HBP came out.
Linked to both Voldemort and Ginny Weasley, Harry must learn to both shield himself and open his mind to each of them. Follow Harry and company as Voldemort begins his assault on the Wizarding World in earnest and seeks a new opportunity to realize immortality. Part two of the Consequences Trilogy.
When James Potter and Arthur Weasley are trapped by Death Eaters, they strike a bargain that has some unintended consequences. Sixteen years later, Harry and Ginny find out just how binding that bargain is.
After the battle at the Department of Mysteries, Harry's emotions are just barely under control. When Ginny loses her temper at the way Harry has been treating those around him, Harry's own anger flares, and the result is a magical duel that sends them both to the Hospital Wing. A furious group of adults mete out a punishment that lingers into the summer, and as the two of them deal with the consequences of their rash behavior, they question assumptions they've made about themselves, their pain and each other. Part one of a three part trilogy.
Ginny dumps Harry after he finishes the Auror Academy. Apparently, he's a horrible a kisser and she wants someone that doesn't need training. So why does Hermione seem delighted at this news?
Harry and Hermione are separated from the Hogwarts Express and their forced proximity pushes Hermione to make a choice she wasn't expecting.
Hermione's mother is trying to set her up with a boyfriend and she's having none of it. But in the process, Hermione comes to realise that one of the two boys she's closest to could be more, if only he had the proper motivation.
After Harry's fifth year, he enters a state of depression that Dumbledore is determined to remedy. After a meeting with Harry's closest friends, they determine to not leave him alone until he can leave the Dursleys. Hermione has plans of her own.