sugareey created: Say You Won’t Let Go
Summary: Harry and Draco couldn't get enough of each other, so they resorted to late night strolls within the castle's corridors. Usually, that meant "catching up", or engaging in really heated snogging sessions.
Glitternglow wrote: Ballet (And Life) Must Be Perfect (NC-17 | 10,200 Words)
Summary: Harry finally has a chance to audition for the Bolshoi, of course Draco is already in and both their lives take a curious turn when the Malfoys take Harry from the Dursleys so he can have the life he’d always dreamed of.
keyflight790 wrote: Dragontamer (NC-17 | 5484 Words)
Summary: Being one of the top Healers in St Mungo's comes with its perks, and one of them is sitting naked in his exam room. What could go wrong?
theboywiththeskulltattoo wrote: Five Times Draco almost got some and the One Time he actually did (NC-17 | 5281 Words)
Summary: Patience is a virtue, and Draco is a virtuous man. Or he wants to be. Has to be, now that he's dating Harry Potter, who's basically virtue on legs - and requires more patience from Draco than he'd ever thought.
bafflinghaze wrote: Stronger (Unbroken) ((REMADE)) (NC-17 | 10,000 Words)
Summary: After months of being experimented on, Draco finally escapes... only to be locked up in a Ministry cell. But he knows he’s been changed: his magic is wilder, stronger, what he needs to escape the Ministry and to hunt down his captors and torture them as they did him.
But then he comes in contact with Auror Harry Potter, and things take a sharp twist—
WinterTeaCupBook wrote: Not Enough (NC-17 | 4362 Words)
Summary: Harry had spent the years following the war believing Malfoy would never go for his sort, until The Incident changed everything.
tigersilver wrote: The Ollivander Method. (NC-17 | 42,000 Words)
Summary: Harry keeps trying to give Draco back his wand. It keeps appearing back on his bedside table. Clearly, Mr Ollivander has the right of it: the Wand chooses the Wizard!
MalenkayaCherepkha wrote: The thrill of the chase. (NC-17 | 7037 Words)
Summary: Harry and Draco might not be at school anymore, might have moved on from the days of Gryffindor vs Slytherin, but one thing never changed, and that was how much they wanted to beat each other on the Quidditch pitch.