Lord Voldemort takes a sudden interest in Harry's friends, and Hermione agrees to do whatever is needed in order to ensure his safety. Snape must give her Occlumency lessons, and is later responsible for her safety. PLEASE give it a chance.
Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 37
Hermione Granger and the Crystal of Time » by Aurette reviews
Hermione stumbles upon a conspiracy full of murder, mystery, mayhem, and unending betrayal. Will the man she turns to for help betray her heart? AU/M for reasons.
Rated: M - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 8
Vanity, Thy Name Is Death » by The Bard's Daughter reviews
They've both survived the war. They've both survived broken hearts. But now that they are together, can Severus and Hermione survive the next crazed wizard intent on world domination?
Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 30 - Words: 40,611 - Reviews: 82
The Unspeakable Files: Godspell » by AnotherSpoonyBard reviews
After the war, Severus and Draco work as Unspeakables, confronting some of the darkest mysteries in the wizarding world. When Draco is hit with an ancient hex, though, it's time to call in some help- from unusual places. DM/LL, SS/HG
Rated: T - English - Mystery/Romance - Chapters:
The Plight-Trothed Bride by beaweasley2
Hermione, Ginny and Luna, sharing a girl moment, decide to cast a Pairing-Plight Troth Charm on themselves for fun. Each placed in the cauldron one yesterday-today-and-tomorrow flower with sugar and spice and everything nice, and a snip, a snail and puppy-dog tail as they each said the rhyme. For Ginny, the results are exactly what she expected, and for Luna, she was only mildly surprised. However, for Hermione, the results were disastrous! She thought she’d be paired to Ron and live happily ever after. So what happened and why is she seeing Professor Snape in her dreams? He’s dead – isn’t he?
<td>Rating: Lascivious</td> <td>Chapters: 47</td>
To Be or Not to Be [MA (NC-17)] by _Levicorpus_
Summary: The ruins of Hogwarts were bathed in the scant light of a crescent moon. And gliding through the darkness below was the imprint of a lost hero. The spirit flexed its growing permanence, feeling the unnerving sensation of swallowing boulders with its newfound form. It, or rather he—he had been a ‘he’ at one point—moved through the dewy, body-strewn grass tense with the memory of the extraordinary choice he’d been given.