Ginny Weasley was dedicated to her job as a Hit Wizard and nothing else. But when an investigation turns her life upside down, Ginny finds herself analyzing her morality-and having tea with a Malfoy.
Trying to escape the pain of her daughter's death, Ginny runs to America to start anew. Almost six years later, a man from her past walks back into her life, reopening old wounds and setting in motion a journey of discovery, sorrow, and joy.
Why is Ginny Weasley in a cave with Draco Malfoy? And why is she in shackles?
He is often overlooked and ignored, the cranky caretaker of Hogwarts. But he is a man who sees things that others do not, scandalous things. His name is Argus Filch, and he has a story to tell, one that will make the hardest heart soften.
Malfoys are raised to be different, to stand out from the crowd. Draco Malfoy soon learns that this is one lesson that applies to every aspect of his life, whether he likes it or not.
Love is no ocean. Where the waves will always crash onto the shore, never changing, love always changes, for better or worse.
Autumn doesn't always mean death. It can mean life as well.
For the rest of their marriage, he knew he would have to be content with the other man in the relationship. But he loved her.
"The war made corpses out of us children. It made graves out of the earth."
Draco realizes that some things that are broken can never be fixed.
Ginny doesn't recognize the room she wakes up in. The same cannot be said for the man she wakes up next to. If only she could remember what happened the night before.
Ginny didn't know that she would end up in the desert on Christmas, nor did she expect to see Malfoy there. But 'tis the season to be jolly, and spread some Christmas cheer along the way.
The students in Muggle Studies receive a demonstration of the improper usage of a cucumber. Written for a challenge on the DG Forum.
One line, visible only to one man, was etched beneath the engraving. "Wherever I am, there you are also."