A chance encounter in a bar changes Emma Swan’s life forever. One of those changes is the arrival of Regina Mills in her small town. But there’s more to the newcomer than meets the eye and when Emma finds out the truth behind a family feud, she must re-evaluate everything she thought she knew. Slow burn SwanQueen.
College AU, Swan Queen. Regina relies on Emma to get her home in time for Christmas.
Giving up her bounty to save a damsel in distress turns out to be one of the best decisions Emma Swan could have made.
Victoria Chase never has a problem getting anything that money can buy.
It is the things that money cannot buy that Victoria has a problem getting.
How far would Victoria go to win the Everyday Heroes contest?
For months, Regina has tried to find a way to save Emma. Tasked with delivering yet another hope speech, as the Dark One refuses to listen to anyone else, she realizes she has none to give and Emma finally opens up.
It's another dull summer and Kairi isn't looking forward to spending it alone now that Riku and Sora are an item. Her new job introduces her to some 'interesting' friends and Kairi soon learns more about herself than she ever wanted to know. YxK,LxC,RxS
A light-hearted one-shot in which Hermione demolishes one of the most annoying clichés in Harry Potter fanfiction. Features delusional Ron and Ginny.
When Max refuses Chloe's request at the beginning of Episode 4, Max realizes she cannot abandon her best friend.
What to get Emma Swan for her birthday: Clothes? Chocolates? A truth spell cast on her arch-nemesis?
Regina had asked for a glass of water while he explained it to her. Now, she ran her finger over the rim of the glass. “Car accident. Brain damage. Amnesia. We’ve had this conversation five times already, over the course of the last year. My treatment requires me to stay inside my own house. Otherwise, I could become confused and wander off. Like a stray dog.”
When Hermione goes to find her mother, she finds her with… Harry?
Freddie’s angry with the group’s reaction or lack thereof to his ordeal at the Halfoween party – and isn’t afraid to show it. Alternative ending/continuation to iHalfoween.
A series of unrelated (unless stated otherwise) one-shots all dedicated to Chasefield, otherwise known as ‘Maximum Victory’!
Henry blinks at them. “Mom. Mom…Mom,” he says, eyes flickering from Emma to Regina to his future mothers, who are still holding hands. “Mom. Something you want to tell me?”
“They’re from the future,” Regina says.
“They’re married,” Emma says. “To each other.” She’s still standing in the middle of the room, utterly discombobulated.
Henry rolls his eyes. “Duh. Can I go get my Playstation?”
“You hire me to be the worst date possible to your sister’s wedding to aggravate your mother and keep her from meddling in your love life” AU
“My sister, Zelena,” she spits out the name like it’s poison, “Is getting married this weekend in California. My mother is potentially the biggest pain in the ass when it comes to who I take in as lovers. I need someone who will aggravate her to no end and keep her from meddling in the future.”
Emma blinks. “Why me?”
“My mother hates blondes.”
“Oh,” Emma says slowly, and god. She gets the feeling she’s signed herself up for one fucked up family reunion. “Cool.”
Emma Swan is not available.
[SwanQueen fluff. Post S4A. No Hook, no Robin, no drama.]
This story looks at how the events of the Avengers movie would change if a powerful and skilled Harry Potter arrived from another universe around the beginning of the movie. Harry/Natasha pairing. Extremely powerful Harry.
An almost-accident catches Cindy McPhearson’s eye, and now innocent little Jazmine has to figure out how to deal with the aggressive girl’s attentions. But who’s really trying to tempt who?
Some quick notes:
1 – I am not one of those people who thinks Bonnie Wright is “ugly”.
2 – Nor am I jealous of Ginny, or angry that Harry didn’t shack up with Hermione – or even Draco. For the record, I hated Ginny long before I shipped H/Hr.
3 – Ginny Weasley is the only character I hate in the Harry Potter books. Notice that word there – books – When it comes to the films, I am utterly bored or indifferent to her.
If you’re an active part of the Harry Potter fandom, or know how to google, then you probably already know that that Ginny is one of “the biggest polarizing characters in the series” (along with Snape, and to a far lesser extent, Draco).
For a long while, Ginny was a character that I quite enjoyed in the series. I even named my cat after her (because Hermione just seemed too long for a little kitten). However, the change in Ginny’s character in books 5/6 (most noticeably 6) was just downright infuriating. Hopefully, I will be able to focus my points into a well-flowing structure; and not some wayward rant. So, bear with me.
AU. When Ron and Hermione wrongly believe that Harry placed his name in the Goblet of Fire to enter the Triwizard Tournament, Harry appears to be truly isolated. Much to his relief, one person truly believes in him. She will be his inspiration to aspire to greatness, no matter what cost and far beyond what Dumbledore’s plans for his destiny would be. Eventual Dark!Harry/Dark!Ginny pairing, with Ron, Hermione, and Dumbledore bashing.