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Pairings: Molly Weasley (II)/OC (HP)

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Little White Lies by magnifique

Rated: Teen Audiences • 2 Reviews
Summary:

a long rectangle with three women, one large, tanned woman off to the left, a smaller white woman looking forward to the center, and a second, smaller photo of the tanned woman to the right. The text


At first, it was one lie. One little lie that Molly Weasley could handle. But since Beatrice Wood has come into her life,


those little white lies have been piling one on top of the other. And Molly is about to get buried.


 


for just.a.willow.tree's "Love, ______ Challenge"


To Whom It May Concern by clairevergreen

Rated: Mature Audiences • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary:

Beautiful banner by steadily@TDA

 

 

Ivy Westover has always dreamed of becoming a world famous magizoologist from the moment she set foot in her first Care of Magical Creatures class. Fast forward a few years, and she finds herself in a dead end desk job with no hopes until her former best friends, famed wizarding naturalist Molly Weasley and bestselling author Harriet Dursley, come crashing back into her life in a way that she could have never expected.

 

To Whom It May Concern:

 

Good luck.

 


NED by maraudertimes

Rated: Teen Audiences • 0 Reviews starstarhalf-star
Summary:

Written for toomanycurls' Princess Bride Quote Challenge!

N·E·D (n-e-d)
1. A name for a man who doesn't own a business suit
2. An acronym for Not-Engaged-Depression


In Molly's case, it was the second one.


Making the Reserves by maraudertimes

Rated: Mature Audiences • 13 Reviews starstarstarstar
Summary:


Banner by foggy@TDA!

With a last name like Weasley, Molly know that she’ll have to work hard to be taken seriously in the Quidditch world. Known for their top training program, Oakshaft Quidditch Academy will give her the push she needs to make the Montrose Magpies’ reserve team. But when another Quidditch Legacy just looks so good shirtless, Molly’s attention and desire to be the best wars with something new. Soon she’ll discover that leaving her last name at the door and her heart on the pitch might be more difficult than she anticipated.

 

Lesson #1: All’s fair in love and Quidditch