Nothing but the sweet, humourous, AU romances of Harry and Hermione. Anything from K to M rating. First chapter is M; everything after is pretty tame. Please enjoy and review.
Luna, in a fit of inspiration, decides to help out a friend at his most vulnerable, but definitely not in a way that you would expect. Because she’s Luna. And he’s awkward. It’s for the best.
During the end of the TriWizard tournament, Harry Potter is tied to a grave. As he watches Voldemort’s resurrection, he reflects on his life of hardships and pain and comes to a startling revelation. Then something unexpected happens.
Celebrating her 21st Birthday, Emma and Lily go on a road trip, and come across the small town of Storybrooke, Maine.
Before Harry could ever cross the veil and run into the world’s most dangerous jester, his fate was already tied to the world’s most brilliant witch. Now a standalone in the expanding Universe of Harry and Harley.
A retelling of the legendary story, with more than a little twist. Ted finds his purpose, and his family, sooner than expected, and it only grows from there.
Harry decides that Dudley needs to pick on someone his own size. Or, better yet, bigger than him. Some call it unfair: Harry’s just using Dudley’s technique. So suck it. Featuring almost all the great WWE/F superstars of today. And by today, I mean 2009.
The Harry/Hermione version, or remake, of the entire seventh year – Harry and Hermione think twice about their decisions as of late, and are not pleased with what the results might be. The journey towards the Darkest Harmony the Wizarding world has ever seen, starts with a letter. It’s All for the Greater Good. Gray!HHr, Violence, Ron Bashing.
On the day of the announcement, Harry decided to ask Hermione to the Yule Ball. After that small, almost insignificant act, Hogwarts as we knew it fell apart. A classic, revisited seven years later. A Patreon-powered sequel in the works.
Brock Lesnar, the Mayor of Suplex City, makes due on an old promise, to conquer the WWE Universe; one Diva at a time.
After Ron’s second and final betrayal, Harry begins to see Hermione in a whole new light. He reacts in a way neither of them expected him to. Light and/or Dark!Super!Harmony. Rated for sexual situations and non-graphic violence.
It started off as something simple – a snippy response to a sexist list he found. It was no big deal. He thought anger would be the biggest reaction, and practically destroy any relationship he could have ever had with a witch. Oh, was he wrong. So, very wrong.
She had all the time in the world, and she used it on everyone else. And what did it cost her in the end? Everything she ever wanted. She went through hell, and back, to lose it all. No More. It was time to make another choice. Her life was going to be exactly what she wanted it to be. Super Max to the rescue; One More Time.
When Sam first met Freddie, halfway through their summer break and on their way to the seventh grade, he annoyed her. So she taught him to never mess with her again. Unsuccessfully. She just didn't get it. How was he still smiling, the next day, talking to Carly, glaring at his newest bully, as if daring her to try that again?
Raised by the Dark One, in a long con attempt to find Baelfire, Emma discovers an even greater destiny.
As he stared into the eyes of a grinning, insane, albeit very attractive jester, hoisting a comically intimidating mallet across her shoulders, he realized that he wasn't in the Department of Mysteries, or even London, anymore. But he didn't care.
Harry checks into the madhouse, and makes himself at home.