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29 December 2012 @ 09:33 am
HAPPY H/D HOLIDAYS, ROMAINE24!  
Author: annafugazzi
Recipient: romaine24
Title: From the Printers of Melvin's Mauve Mansion of Manlove
Pairing(s): Harry/Draco, past Harry/Ginny, Draco/Astoria, past Harry/Draco
Summary: A random curse leaves Harry and Draco forced to work together again. It's quite all right, though; they can be professionals. It'll be a nice change from the last time they worked together.
Rating: R?
Disclaimer: All Harry Potter characters herein are the property of J.K. Rowling and Bloomsbury/Scholastic. No copyright infringement is intended.
Epilogue compliant? Pretty much.
Word Count: ~ 17K
Author's Notes: romaine24, I've never used an actual plot prompt before, but your third one was too cool to pass up. Thanks so much to A, G, and H for awesome betas :D



( From the Printers of Melvin's Mauve Mansion of Manlove )
 
 
 
Anna Fugazzi: Feed me soupannafugazzi on January 20th, 2013 01:38 am (UTC)
Great! I fail to see the need to decide who's the woman and what that means,
Oh, there is no need. The ceremony was old, and based on somewhat outdated ideas.

I remember reading about Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, a lesbian couple who were together for about sixty years (incidentally also the first gay couple legally married in California), writing that when they were young, distinctions about femme/butch and top/bottom were considered very important in the gay community. Like, OK, they may both be female, but there's still a husband and wife in this couple, so really, they're not that weird after all.

It wasn't until they'd been together for some time that they asked themselves why, if they were two women, they needed either of them to be "the guy."

I loved the characters, not only Harry and Draco but everyone else too, including Ginny, whom I usually don't like. The fic had lots of interesting details and the wizarding world felt like another character, very alive. Well done!
Thank you! So glad you liked it! And so glad I apparently wrote a readable Ginny :D :D

Thanks for your review!