Harry potter and ginny weasley dating fanfiction
Hagrid sent him a bunch of earwiggy flowers that looked like yellow cabbages and Ginny Weasley, blushing furiously, turned up with a ‘get well’ card she had made herself, which sang shrilly unless Harry kept it shut under his bowl of fruit.Remember when Ron told Ginny she should go to the Yule Ball with Harry?Ginny is miserable when she has to say she’s already accepted Neville Longbottom’s invitation, though neither Ron nor Harry seem to know why.‘I can’t,’ said Ginny, and she went scarlet too. He asked me when Hermione said no, and I thought ... I’m not going to be able to go otherwise, I’m not in fourth year.’ She looked extremely miserable.‘I think I’ll go and have dinner,’ she said, and she got up and walked off to the portrait hole, her head bowed.Harry/Hermione (obviously) plus "surprise" pairings (hetero and femslash).Mentions of triggering events such as rape, attempted rape, abuse, and torture, but none of it is in graphic detail, and most of it is after the fact.
She dived under the table to retrieve the bowl and emerged with her face glowing like the setting sun. Fighting in a secret battle to free himself and his son from the web of a madman holding all the cards.It's a fight that might get better once Harry realizes the truth and shoves Sirius' nose in it.A/N: Written for the summer fest at hg_silverlining, as a fill for the following prompt: The Weasley brothers have a good talk with Harry and set rules for him about dating their sister. He likes Harry, and I know he hasn't got a problem with Harry and Ginny seeing each other in 'that way.' Which explains why he didn't… Bill, I think, was just being overprotective of her—he's always been that way, but since Ginny's first year, it's become even more obvious.
Or set some tests for him to prove whether or not he really does deserve her I warned them. I warned them and told them it would be a bad idea (a really, really bad idea), but of course they didn't listen to me. Honestly, now I think it's just become a habit for him.Charlie had a bit of that overprotective thing going on, too (he kept muttering about protecting Ginny's virtue, which is more than just a little bit hypocritical, coming from him), but I reckon there was also a bit of vengeance. Some of us knew how to be intelligent and let the two of them work it out on their own, though. I had to help a little, but that's just because Harry and Ginny are two of the most thick-headed people I've ever met. He was dead set on showing Harry what's what when it comes to our little sister.You know, an eye for an eye or something equally idiotic. Didn't help that Fred had died fighting for Harry, either. ’Harry heard the little girl’s voice.‘Oh, Mum, can I go on the train and see him, Mum, oh please ...’‘You’ve already seen him, Ginny, and the poor boy isn’t something you goggle at in a zoo...