Penname: innibis [Contact] Real name: Liz
Member Since: 02/05/2008
Membership status: Member
Bio:

I work, run, dance and read anything. I eat cheese, drink wine, stalk Harry/Ron and tend towards loutish behvior when provoked.


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Reviews by innibis
Trust by rospberry Rated: GP - General Public starstarstarhalf-star [Reviews - 4]
Summary: Married life isn't always bliss.
Categories: Remains of the Day > Drabbles
Characters: Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley
Genres: Angst, Drabble, Drama
Time Period: Post-War
Warnings: Angst
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 100 Read Count: 689
[Report This] Published: 02/03/2008 Updated: 02/03/2008
Reviewer: innibis Signed
Date: 02/06/2008 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

Ouch! 

I like this.  I love them together, but they definitely have their issues, don't they?



Author's Response: Oh, I totally see them as having a very volatile relationship. But I guess if the fights are major, then the making up... :o) Glad you liked it!

Three Indecent Acts by mapleandmahogany Rated: RT - Restricted Themes starstarstarstarstar [Reviews - 18]
Summary: The brothers Weasley try to find someone to help George
Categories: The Broomshed > The Changing Room
Characters: George Weasley, Lee Jordan
Genres: Comedy, Erotica, Romance
Time Period: Post-War
Warnings: Contains Spoilers for DH, Frottage, Slash, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content
Challenges: Monthly Challenge: (2008-02) The Birds and The Bees Challenge
Challenges: Monthly Challenge: (2008-02) The Birds and The Bees Challenge
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 6526 Read Count: 2253
[Report This] Published: 03/02/2008 Updated: 03/02/2008
Reviewer: innibis Signed
Date: 03/03/2008 Title: Chapter 1: Three Indecent Acts

That was so great.

 I have so much love for the Weasley banter and them beating up on Harry.

And the back and forth between Lee and George was perfect.



Author's Response: Thank you so much for reading!! It makes me so happy that you noted the brotherly-ness. :P I always fret about being funny and 'up' enough to write George - eep!