|SIYE Time:14:56 on 18th January 2020|
“Without thinking, without planning it, without worrying about the fact that fifty people were watching, Harry kissed her,” (HPB Chapter 24). So it began…for Harry, Ginny…for all of us who were cheering as we read this most famous of scenes. It begs the question, however, as to when did our hero actually utter those three little words to her: “I love you.”
| Spontaneity by Northumbrian [Reviews - 49] |
** Winner of the March 2011 Dumbledore's Silver Trinket Award for Best Completed **
As Harry and Ginny move into a new phase in their relationship, Ginny, Hermione, Ron and Harry contemplate recent events.
| Respite by Dizzydancer [Reviews - 10] |
It wasn't until my seventh reading of Deathly Hallows that I noticed Jo hadn't finished Chapter 30. To be honest, I may not have noticed it that time through if I hadn't been reading the book backwards. (Don't ask.) My husband managed to convince me that JKR left out the Harry/Ginny moment she'd engineered in order to keep up the momentum of the story. I didn't write a letter to Scholastic demanding they print the rest of the chapter so I guess I must have believed that the incomplete status of the chapter was deliberate. However, it has continued to bother me as I've wondered just what happened between Harry and Ginny in the room of requirement before the final battle.
| While She Slept by lizzi-mae21 [Reviews - 9] |
Harry was going to tell her when the time was right (hopefully once Voldemort was defeated), but all didn't go as planned.
“Gin?” he had asked her softly as they stared at the stars on the hill at the Burrow.
“I love you.” He had almost chickened out, afraid that she might be upset, but instead she had laughed. “What are you laughing at? I’m being serious!”
| Tell Her You Love Her by Pilargirl [Reviews - 13] |
*** Winner of the Luna Prize in the Three Little Words Challenge ***
Ginny isn't being herself and everyone, except for Harry, seems to have an idea why. Written for the 'three little words' challenge.
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