To The Victor Go The Spoils by DarkRiverTempest Rating: NC17 Pairing/Characters: Hermione Granger, Theodore Nott Status: One shot Summary: Hermione thought her fiancé was the best Keeper around. Leave it to Theo Nott to disabuse her of that notion.
Bachelorette by Savva Rating: NC17 Pairing/Characters: Hermione Granger, Kingsley Shacklebolt Status: One shot Summary: She, Hermione Granger, was overwhelmingly ashamed of herself. Never before had she done something so reckless. As a responsible girl, Hermione wasn’t about to let the wizard take ownership for something that was her own doing.
Crash by Bunnyhops Rating: NC17 Pairing/Characters: Hermione Granger, Rabastan Lestrange Status: One shot Summary: Her eyes held a glint of an emotional past; one that would have given him a shiver of excitement just seven months ago, but now, they only sparked hatred; an angry fire deep inside of him.
Lucas by Lucas Rating: NC17 Pairing/Characters: Draco Malfoy, Hermione Granger Status: WIP Summary: The war is over, and so is Hermione’s marriage. An embittered Ron has walked away, leaving her empty and in terrible debt. Draco Malfoy has barely escaped life in Azkaban, and more recently, a torturous marriage to Pansy Parkinson. He, however, feels no pain until his mother is abducted, taking the only person left in his world. When Draco decides to hire Hermione to help him, they discover a disturbing perversion of nature in fey form, an enraged and envious villain, and something neither of them ever expected—each other.
Al-iksr al saa'da, or The Elixir of Happiness by Pagan Rating: NC17 Pairing/Characters: Draco Malfoy, Hermione Granger Status: One shot Summary: For the worthy, the Al-iksr al-saa'da shows the way to ultimate happiness. For Draco, his search for happiness leads him to a most unexpected consequence.
Honour Amongst Thieves by Mistress Malfoy Rating: Nc17 Pairing/Characters: Hermione Granger, Lucius Malfoy Status: Complete Summary: In the depths of the darkest of nights, they would retain their honour, for amongst thieves they were simply men, vying for life.