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Hermione sat with the twins waiting for her husband to come home late...again. He was always late, didn't do his share, and cared too much about work. She was the workaholic, not Ron. She married him because they complimented each other that way. He was not the man she'd married...and it was time to do something about it.
Hermione walked out on Ron two and a half years ago, and finally things are starting to seep into his head: he's lonely and misses them dearly. It's the twins' 3rd birthday, and Ron wants nothing more than an invitation to the party. Thankfully, a bright-eyed little girl wanders upon him in the park.
Scared though he was, Ron was pleased to be going to his children's birthday. However, the reception was not what he was hoping for, and he couldn't help his tremendous disappointment. However, it was redeemed slightly when he got Hermione to strike a deal with him he never thought would work.
Hermione and Ron go back to their flat and share a beautiful night together, then start to discuss what went wrong in the first place. Hermione comes to the realization that Ron was not the only one at fault, and they strike a deal. However, when Ron returns to work the next morning, he learns some news that will make keeping both Hermione and his job nearly impossible.
Back to Secondary School
Ron has been overworking himself at work, and Hermione is noticing. In an effort to keep Hermione off his back, he decides to go visit her during the day, and by answering the prying questions of her classmates, earns himself a touch more status with his wife...and more worry than she had before.
After another disasterous round with Chris, Ron's spirits were down. Little did he know that Hermione was already making plans for them that night; she was tired of Ron keeping secrets, and was going to do her very best to get them out of him. It was just a little reminder to Ron that a know-it-all his wife may be, but when she wanted to be coniving, he had little resistance against her.
The Book of Powers
After a wonderful night, Ron and Hermione had made an appointment to meet for lunch, confident that they could tell the kids their plans to get back together. In fact, it was going to be a great day for Ron; finally they had a lead to the connection between the Death Eaters and the Grangers. Harry and Ron know the plan now, understand why the Grangers are in danger, but are they in time?
Ron Weasley's Signature
The deed is done, and it cannot be reversed. Ron and Harry anxiously await the impending arrival of Scotland Yard to investigate the scene, but Hermione makes it home first. When she finds her husband leaning over Chris' body, any chance of redemption is lost, and Ron sees no better way to make Hermione happy than to give her what she wants. WARNING: This is an emotionally packed chapter that was difficult to write. Read at your own risk. But please review and tell me what you think!
Little Guardian Angel
Emotions are running high for all, but there is a thread of hope. It's small, and in the form of a little three-year-old girl, but the hope was contagious. No matter how much Ron to grief, his daughter's strength kept him afloat, and reminded him that he had a job to do: find Hermione and destory those responsible. Note: A much nicer chapter full of 'feel good' moments. A nice picker-upper from the last one =)
To Hurt an Otter
After being knocked unconscious, Ron finally had to face the fact that he had to calm down and take things in stride. The next day, he did exactly what he planned, and that was to find Hermione. He wasn't sure what he was expecting from her, but he got two surprises, one that gave him strength, and one that forced him to lose all hope.
The funeral had arrived, but at least it ended well. However, those next couple of days would not bring any news that would help Ron and Harry...and it would certainly not bring any news that Hermione was happy about...at least not that she'd admit, anyway.
The Family Barbeque
Once arriving at the family barbeque, Ginny informs Harry of all the information she'd just learned from Hermione. Meanwhile, however, Ron has a visitor. He and Hermione go up stairs to talk, and Ron can't help but be suspicious of Hermione behavior. Then again, who wouldn't be suspicious if Hermione was crying and lusting for you all at once?
Four months have passed since the awful day when the Grangers were found dead in their home. Ron actually thought that things were going well again, and then Hermione smacks more on his plate: she's leaving for the next six months. Ron devastated and Harry angry after Hermione finally admits why she's doing this to Ron, they receive a letter that does nothing to improve their moods. The Death Eaters have been found holding meetings in Muggle pubs, and the name Weasley is constantly repeated.
Improper Conduct in Muggle Public
After Rick's observations, Ron had to go undercover himself to get close to one of the Death Eaters. Harry, frustrated with Hermione for being so stubborn and his partner for being so stupid, agrees to go with him, but unwillingly. When Malfoy shows up, Ron discovers why Hermione is in fact a target, but manages to make himself another bump along the way.
Knight in Shining Armor
Obeying orders, Ron had been tailing Hermione as much as he possibly could for two months. However, pregnancy had not dulled Hermione's senses and she'd spotted him. After another fight, Tonks had informed Ron of a greater problem, one that if solved could bring the terror his family had been through to an end...or so he thought.
Not Again, Never Again
The final confrontation has come, but will Ron be too late after he realizes he's in the wrong place? Will Hermione make it through the fight? Who will Ron choose to save? How will Bella get her comeuppance?
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