04 Feb 2021
Hermione has moved to the States and opened a book shop. Spencer Reid loves books. They were destined to meet.
Bookmarked by RomeMalfoy
28 Feb 2021
In which Harry is hunter-raised and hiding more weapons in his robes than what should be possible under the laws of physics;
Hermione's parents secretly worship Loki, who turned their adorable little daughter into a pyromaniac (though she would argue that she managed that all on her own);
Ron just tries to keep up;
Neville blames the Sorting Hat for getting dragged into this mess
and of course Loki has lots of fun.
Dumbledore really needs a drink. Now.
- Part 1 of House of Awesome
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (2012), Iron Man (Movies), Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
21 Dec 2012
Officially, she's just a paper pusher, a bureaucrat with vague sounding title who has no business with Tony Stark. Unofficially, she's using her elemental magic to take down everything from volcanoes to terrorists, and he has a habit of turning up at the most inopportune times.
Draco Malfoy skips a quidditch match; Hermione Granger pelts her would-be boyfriend's head with a very sharp flock of canaries. If an exhausted, arrogant, in-over-his head Slytherin were to stumble across a furious, sobbing, long-overlooked Gryffindor - what do you suppose would happen then?
You deserve someone who wants you, you know.
"This Cinders girl is just like you!" Dudley snickers as he watches the television. "Dressed in rags, does all the chores, always dirty, and no one wants her. Even her parents are dead!"
Later, when Harry lies in bed and stares up at the dusty cobwebs on the cupboard ceiling, he can't help but wonder wearily: "If I'm Cinders, does that mean one day someone will come to save me too?"
Illustrations by Arishatistic.