Warnings:References to past domestic abuse; bottom!Draco.
Summary:Reality television has come to the wizarding world, and magic has a way of improving things.
Why I loved it:I have lots of love for this fic. It is in two parts and it is delightful fun. I must admit I hate reality shows with a passion, but I would want to watch this on tv. I looooooove fics were Pansy and Harry are friends and they are here. I think this is one adorable fic and it even has a mute Harry through most of the story. But with him unable to speak because of a curse, he is unable to put his foot in his mouth. :DDDDD
I also loved how she wrote Narcissa and portrait Snape giving Harry a helping hand.
Title:A Healthy Obsession
Summary:During their eighth year Harry feels that Draco is up to something again. Ducking when he sees Harry, having his meals taken to his room, and even the leaving the pitch when he comes out. Harry can't believe Draco decides to be up to something again. However, during their confrontation he's surprised to know that Draco isn't up to something. He's avoiding Harry because Harry is his mate and he doesn't want to mate with someone who hates him. Harry goes to set things right... I would for Harry's attempts to fail at first before Draco accepts him.
Why I loved it:I adored the way she wrote both Harry and Draco in this story. I have such a thing for well written Veela stories. Draco tries so hard to do the right thing and let Harry choose. Harry can't figure out what Draco is up to again. :D Hermione and Ron are the perfect friends for Harry in this story and just shake their heads at him and his antics. This was lovely paced and the characterizations were perfect. You should read this, it is very sweet and very very hot....
'Where is he rushing off to?' Harry turned back to his desk and found Hermione frowning at him. 'What?'
She pressed her lips together before speaking. 'You've been spending a lot of time watching Malfoy again,' she whispered.
'Have not!' Harry looked to Ron for support but found a little frown similar to Hermione's. 'I haven't!'
His two best friends shared a look and then let the subject drop as they took their vials to Slughorn's desk. Harry felt his temper rise, but he bit his tongue and kept the silence as well.
It felt too much like sixth-year when Harry had known Malfoy was up to something but no one would listen to him. Hadn't Ron and Hermione learnt their lesson then? They were acting exactly the same as they had then: the shared glances, the little frowns, the assurances that nothing was going on. It made Harry want to punch something.
'He is up to something,' Harry muttered to himself as they climbed the stairs out of the dungeon. Harry just had to figure out what.