An argument that I stumbled into, that transpired over a couple of months through reviews and Private Messages over FanFiction.net. He says that Ron is the better half of Ron/Hermoine, who he believes is the superior pairing. There are so many things wrong with that statement. And we're just getting started.
(Rating: M - Humour, Status: COMPLETE)
Words: 13,715 - Published: April 7, 2012 - Updated: April 13, 2013
During Voldemort’s resurrection in the Goblet of Fire, Harry realizes that his end is near...until a startling realization opens his eyes to a possibility that he had never seen before. Then something strange happens. Second Chapter Now Posted.
(Rating: T - Harry/Hermione)
Words: 6,295 - Published: July 21, 2008 - Updated: October 1, 2012 (Edited April 12, 2013)
After Ron's second and final betrayal, Harry looks at Hermione and sees her 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.
(Rating: M - Harry/Hermione)
Words: 7,290 - Published: May 17, 2011 (Edited with Epilogue July 18, 2012)
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. Trust me.
Severus Snape is a bad teacher. McGonagall takes notice. Severus needs to be punish- okay, wait, that sounds WAY too dirty! I'll give you a summary - Snape has horrible teaching methods, and McGonagall embarrasses him verbally. There were no paddles, no pale butts, no aging hands in motion. Just talking. Damn. Now the whole story sounds boring. Ugh, just read please.
WWE on Privet Drive: Harry is tired of Dudley and his gang. They are always beating people up, not caring what they do, terrorizing the entire neighborhood. They need to pick on someone their own size...or better yet, someone that can defend themselves and strike back. WWE at Malfoy Manor: Harry, done with the Dursleys, decides to team up with Hermione, get a few more employees, and head over to Draco’s for a little fun/chaos.
(Rating: T, Violence)
Words: 6,934 - Published: September 6, 2008 - Updated: March 6, 2009
In canon, Harry is completely clueless as to why Dumbledore refrains from training him for the inevitable battle between him and Voldemort. In this one-shot, Harry forms is own guess why. While not exactly right, It is much more effective.