Breaking by Philo [Reviews - 3] *** The author has been reminded via the e-mail address on file that this story is listed as incomplete and has not been updated since 2005 ***
"I can remember traveling to the shore- the breeze changed as we went through different climates. The sun got stronger, and the air felt more alive. I didn't. The closer we got to the ocean, the farther away I wanted to be from everything."
How to Prove You're Not Gay by takefourmoments [Reviews - 29]
When Hermione tells Ginny that Harry is gay, she refuses to believe it. After saying she can prove he isn't, Hermione puts her to the test. If Ginny can get Harry to kiss a girl in front of the entire school at breakfast, then she will fully believe that Harry is far from gay. Now, all Ginny has to do is get Harry to help show how straight he is. It's not as easy as she thinks... (This is NOT a slash fiction. Pure Harry/Ginny)
Mother Knows Best by Aggiebell [Reviews - 5]
Take a man, a stubborn woman, and the woman's even more stubborn mother. Add a wedding, and what do you get? Trouble for the groom, that's what. A sequel to my fic The Proposal.
A Battle with Fire by Sir Ollivander [Reviews - 78]
Harry realizes in order to win the fight with Lord Voldemort, he will have to kill him. And DADA classes won't help. He needs to learn stronger magic. He has to fight fire with fire.
Alone by Han [Reviews - 11]
[One-shot] He told you he wasn't alone, argued with you even though you've agreed with him several times. You sip your chocolate as the silence falls and wait for him to start the conversation if he chooses...
The Baby by bart [Reviews - 53]
Molly felt her wrath building- The cups on the kitchen shelves began to rattle ominously and she shrugged off the calming hand her husband placed on her shoulder. Bugger welcoming them home, bugger waiting for an excuse! She was going out there right now to get this sorted.
Molly Weasley has a melt-down when her youngest two children come home after the war with their friends and a baby.
Working Backwards by Jessica Tate [Reviews - 7] *** The author has been reminded via the e-mail address on file that this story is listed as incomplete and has not been updated since 2005 ***
Eight years, three months, one week, five days, thirty hours and fifteen minutes had gone by, and it seemed that the light in those brown eyes were to shine perpetually.
The only question was, could Harry Potter work his way back into Ginny Weasley's heart without breaking it again?