• Out Of Time (Harry Potter/Doctor Who) by Dacian Goddess
    Severus Snape and Hermione Granger begin an interesting association. How well can they make it last when neither of them is exactly as they seem?
  • Drink Me (Harry Potter) by Mrs Helene Snape
    Hermione has the unenviable task of cleaning out Snape's private laboratory. What could she possibly find amongst a dead man's possessions? More than she ever bargained for.
  • Emissary (Harry Potter) by Labrt 2004
    A father recounts a series of meetings with black-robed emissary.
  • Karakuri (Harry Potter) by Tales of Snape
    When the last of the Lestranges dies in Azkaban, Hermione Granger and her colleagues in the Department of Mysteries have thirty-one days to assess and catalogue the entire contents of the family vault before it's passed on to Narcissa Malfoy. As if planning a wedding wasn't enough stress by itself. Artefact inspired by the work of Clive Barker. The word karakuri means a 'mechanical device to tease, trick, or take a person by surprise'. It implies hidden magic, or an element of mystery.
  • The Lost Chamber (Harry Potter) by Pyjama Pants
    When Rose and Hugo Weasley are involved in a prank that sends Scorpius Malfoy to the Hospital Wing, Hermione is summoned to Hogwarts. What she finds there calls for investigation.
  • A Mournful Rustling in the Dark (Harry Potter) by Elise Wanderer
    Turning your back on the past can have unexpected consequences, whether you do it voluntarily or not.
  • Third Star to the Right (Harry Potter) by Gelsey
    Ten years after the war, Severus Snape is declared legally dead despite the lack of body, and Hermione Granger is given the responsibility of dealing with his estate by being the only member of the Order of the Phoenix willing to do so. But at Spinner's End, she finds a book on a child's bloodstained bed: a copy of Peter and Wendy. When she somehow falls into the story, can she and Captain Snape find a way back out?