|bewarethesmirk (bewarethesmirk) wrote,|
@ 2010-12-16 01:55:00
Fest fics thus far!
Hey all! Thanks for all the great recs. ♥ I've only begun to read, but here's a list of what I've enjoyed so far. I've not been reading in any sort of order, so please don't take offense if your rec or fic isn't here yet. ;-) Most of these are, admittedly, from hd_holidays.
Watching You (Harry/Draco, R)
Summary: "You think I didn't notice? You think just because you creep around under that cloak of yours, I wouldn't know?" Draco leans close, his lips close to Potter's ear, and whispers. "Do you like watching me, Potter?"
The Waters Know Their Own (Harry/Draco, R)
Summary: Harry and Draco decide to spend Christmas with the Notts, although neither of them seems to know precisely why. Harry finds most of the company lacking, and some of it downright dangerous.
Drawn Down to Life (Snape/Draco, NC-17)
Summary: The first time they kiss, Draco is twenty-six years old, and Severus looks the same as the day he died.
The Great Right of an Excessive Wrong (Bill/Ginny, NC-17)
Summary: Ginny loves Harry. She always will. But she loved Bill first.
Packing the Flat (Harry/Draco, NC-17)
Summary: Months after their explosive break-up, Draco insists Harry return to their flat to remove his belongings.
happy families are all alike (until you look under the surface) (Ron/Pansy, R, warnings: non-con)
The Lovers' Circle (Harry/Draco, NC-17)
Summary: Tired of feeling alone, Harry agrees to play a matchmaking game with the other eighth years. It's just a game, after all. What harm could it do?
The Stars All Explode (Harry/Draco, NC-17)
Summary: If there’s one thing Draco’s learnt to believe in over the last couple of months, it’s Potter. Even when it’s something as big as this – killing Voldemort – Potter’s the only person he will ever trust to do it.
Summary: In a gossip-hungry post-war Wizarding World, Rita Skeeter has a wildly successful column in the Daily Prophet known as Page Eleven. Naturally, her favourite targets are the poster boys of the two sides of the war: Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter. Bored and annoyed, the two take up tabloid baiting for sport and pleasure.
In Vino Veritas (Harry/Draco [Charlie/Oliver, Ron/Pansy, and implied Hermione/Percy], R)
Summary: They say weddings are the perfect occasion for bringing together family and friends; but what about old enemies?