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Writing has been my entire life, and Harry Potter has been the breath to get me through it. As such, I use this to merge the two, and breathe life back into the heart of who I am -- an HP fan, and a writer.

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1. Wicked Games

By ClawOfARaven
Rating
Mature
Chapters
6
Reviews
19
Views
2,813


Scorpius’ heart was freely given. A loving soul, he wore his heart on his sleeve -- or so it seemed to everyone that knew him. No one knew the truth of his deepest desires, and it is only when he is given the chance to act upon it that he begins to question who he is. Soon, he must face the ultimate dilemma: be true to himself, or risk losing the one thing that made him happy - another man.

Credit to Livilulu @ TDA.
Words
21,417
Characters
Harry, Ron, Hermione, Albus, James (II), Rose, Scorpius, Teddy, Victoire, OtherCanon
Primary Relationship
Other Pairing
Secondary Relationship(s)
Rose/Scorpius
Genre(s)
Drama, Romance, LGBTQA
Era
Next Generation
Advisory
Contains profanity, Mild violence, Scenes of a sexual nature, Sensitive topic/issue/theme
Status
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2015-03-08 7:46pm
Last Chapter
2015-04-03 3:07pm
Last Updated
2015-04-03 3:07pm

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