With the daily prophet finally being held accountable for the fake news its trying to sell, can Harry smooth things over with Draco?
When the truth is withheld from the wizarding world, no wonder people can't make the right decision.
His life is spiralling out of control and he isn't to blame. How can he get Draco to see his innocence?
Can Draco work out what is fiction and fact? In the light of recent facts coming to light, can Draco finally work out whether Harry is telling the truth?
Will Harry get chance to tell Draco about the article, or has Draco gone somewhere when no one can find him.
With the recent, shocking revelation, can Draco clear his mind to get the job done or will things get complicated?
Harry and Draco find out what happens when life is filled with both nightmares and lies...
When the good gets going, its too good to be true, but are the rumours true and can the evidence be trusted?
Two boxes. That was all Draco had wanted to bring with him. It showed just how much the Slytherin had changed by how much was left behind
With a change in dynamics comes a change in behaviours. Can they learn to work together as a team or will they struggle letting the other get the upper hand?
When, in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes, I all alone beweep my outcast state, - For thy sweet love remembered such wealth brings, That then I scorn to change my state with kings."
If music be the food of love, play on; Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.
Waking in an unfamiliar darkened room, doubts creep in. Was it all a mistake? Will doubts and insecurities get in the way? Sometimes you just have to say what is in your heart.
Harry and Draco discover each other as they make up for lost time, but is it just a bit of fun or does it need to be more?
Finding out that they’re both on the same page with their interests is a rush on its own but will the upcoming date live up to the hype or with the anticipation be too much?
Was it the right move? Harry isn’t sure but he wants to make a good impression all the same, as he rushes to prepare for the arrival of the Slytherin Prince, himself!
With new realisations coming to the fore, can Harry and Draco put their past behind them and come to some kind of arrangement or will fate get in the way?
Harry needs to get an outside perspective before he jumps head first for what he wants. But will h hear what he wants to hear? Or will he risk everything as the clock ticks away?
Work can be therapeutic, especially when a potentially new species of Dragon has been found, could this be somehow related to the golden trio. Draco must find out without humiliating himself.
There are certain shades of limelight which can really damage a person’s complexion - Harry and Draco find out the hard way.
Something things never change and nor do some people. When Harry confronts an old bully he doesn͛t expect the back lash however it seems to highlight the difference that some people can bring about.
Not taking no for an answer, Harry is determined to find out more about this interesting and friendly Draco. What he discovers is not what he was expecting.
The day Draco has been dreading is here, his first day working at the ministry of magic. What sort of reception will he receive and will he accept Harry͛s offer to return his Jacket?
Can someone really change who they are? Harry realises that even a Malfoy can change their allegiances. If Malfoy can convince Ron, there must be truth in it.
Fifteen years is a long time for you to discover yourself, and Dragons certainly help you face your fears, But what Draco is about to face seems so much more terrifying.
Its been fifteen years since the battle of Hogwarts and all the students in Harry's year have been invited back for their school reunion. With relationships breaking apart, can the ghosts of the past be put to rest so that the happily ever after can finally begin? Harry has a lot on his mind as he sits outside in the cold mulling over what went wrong in his life. The ghosts of the past and present collide as a blast from the past knocks his world off kilter with an unexpectedly kind gesture.
William waits for his mysterious lover to return one misty spring morning, a year and a day after she disappeared.
She lay amongst the filth in a secluded corner just off a busy street. A place of shadows reserved for those whom society would rather forget. Her stomach cramped and groaned as her weak fingers rifled through the market waste hoping to find something to ease the pain. As the sky darkened, delicate aromas filled... Continue Reading →