2 Works in Philbert Deverill
Two years after his wife died, still-grieving widower Harry Potter only cares about two things: his son and his Quiddtich career. That changes when he runs into an old friend.
Five years after the events of The Hog's Head, Harry and Ginny face new challenges to the stability of their marriage: a Pensieve gone haywire, and a decision about where to raise their family.
Ginny's House is a sequel to my second Harry Potter novel, The Hog's Head, but you don't have to read the latter first, although of course I would not mind if you did. I have included explanatory passages in the narrative here that summarize the necessary information from the other work.