What happened to the Other Hermione that Harry encountered in "Shadow Walks"? As she struggles to survive, despite immense loss, in a world that no longer has a place for her, how will the reappearance of someone she'd thought she'd never see again change her life completely? Reading "Shadow Walks" first is advised. Companion piece; alternate universe.
A little girl of mysterious origins will become the driving force that will change the very nature of Harry and Hermione's relationship with each other. Moves from canon, disregards epilogue. There is initial H/G and R/Hr.
Two marriages slowly disintegrate, and, with their unraveling, two friends find renewal in unexpected places.
After twelve years in Australia, Auror Harry Potter is called back to England for a case. Can he find justice for a little girl who was brutally assaulted? And can he come to terms with his past, and restore his shattered relationship with Hermione?
The worst has happened. Voldemort has won unprecedented victories on every front, even going to so far as to capture the Boy Who Lived. This story will involve a slightly stormy Harry/Hermione relationship, developing and somehow surviving under the near total devastation of the wizarding world as they know it. Rated R to be on the safe side for later chapters.
In the five years since the Final Battle, Harry Potter and Ron Weasley have struggled to cope with the mysterious disappearance and apparent death of Hermione Granger. Ron has found solace in drink and Harry in work, while Luna Lovegood strives desperately to hold their fragile family together. All is not as it seems, and there are deeper, darker schemes at work than Harry yet realizes. To what lengths would Harry go to get Hermione back for good?
A startling new ability changes Harry's relationships irreversibly, and sends him on an unprecedented adventure to a mythical island and a heralded past, disclosing a formidable artifact that may be the key to everything.
Begins with Harry's quest for the Horcruxes and the Last Battle with Voldemort. The first defeat of Voldemort has some unimagined and inescapable consequences that continue even after his second defeat. There is some R/Hr and H/G initially, as this tries to move straight from book 6 canon.
A Marriage Law threatens Harry and Hermione's newly realized future. This will contain a non-H/Hr ship (that will be treated fairly), but it will end up H/Hr in the end. You have been warned.
The quest for the Horcruxes begins. Hermione, Harry, and Ron take turns keeping watch. Chapter 3 up, from Ron's point of view. Complete!