Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
19 Oct 2018
Eleven years after the war, Draco Malfoy leads a quiet, boring, and perfectly respectable life, thanks very much. Or, at least he does, until a sudden and very unexpected veela awakening causes him to throw soup all over Harry Potter in the middle of the Ministry cafeteria.
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03 Aug 2021
“The only reason any of this is happening at all is because of you. You seek me out. Again and again and again. You bring me back. This isn’t my party at all. It’s yours.”
There was no denying the tension in Harry now and relishing the achievement, Tom pressed even closer, invading Harry’s personal space, nearly making him flatten against the window.
“So tell me, Harry, why do you keep inviting me to play?”
Or, in other words, being dead means jack shit.
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling, Doctor Strange (2016), Iron Man (Movies), Spider-Man (Tom Holland Movies), Thor: Ragnarok (2017) - Fandom, Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 (Movie) - Fandom, Spider-Man - All Media Types
11 Mar 2021
“Just tell me you've got somewhere to stay kid.” Stark practically begged.
At least this one Harry could answer positively.
“Oh yeah, it's fine. My house came with me."
“I've changed my mind. You're not Oliver Twist. You're Dorothy.”
Thanks to good old Black family paranoia, Harry finds himself stranded in a world full of superheroes.
Peter's got a crush, Harry's oblivious, and Tony thinks his kids are hilarious.
Harry is very busy at Hogwarts during his eighth year: dodging his fans, making up stories about his imaginary highly jealous Veela boyfriend to get said fans to stop chasing his arse, and pining after Neville Longbottom.
- Part 15 of From Litha to Lammas 2020
Harry Evans is a lowly Dark Patrol wizard who’s working hard to advance. He doesn’t think much of Senior Undersecretary to the Minister Tom Riddle, but on the other hand, a one-night stand that lets them both get rid of tension seems like a good idea. Except that the one night-stand never seems to end.
- Part 26 of From Samhain to the Solstice 2019