Author has written 8 stories for Harry Potter.
Slytherin; INTJ; Type 5; Pisces
Dear Readers, I am moving all of my works over to AO3. I have the same username there as I do here so just search for Ikorous or the title of work you are looking for and you should be able to find it all on there. I'll update on here if I can, but if you want to continue following any of my stories or want to go back and re-read them, please do so on AO3. xx, Ik.
Sweat the Battle - Complete, Tedromeda. Rated M. "They landed with Andromeda on her back and Ted leaning over her gently brushing her waves out of her face. He kissed her deeply. She loved the way he tasted something in it soothed her soul. His lips hovered above hers after they broke apart and Andromeda could see something that looked strangely like disbelief on his face."
Light Years - WIP, Tedromeda, Sequel to Sweat the Battle. Rated M. "Ted kept a steady, heavy pace. He didn't want to rush this; not like they had to before. This wasn't some tryst in a closet or a quick session before she had to return back. This was the woman he was going to spend the rest of his life with, giving herself over to him, giving her life, her heart to him."
On the Nature of Daylight - Complete, Dramione. Rated M. "Hermione Granger wanted to lose control. And Draco Malfoy wanted to take it."
This Bitter Earth - WIP, Dramione. Rated M. Sequel to On the Nature of Daylight
The Last Time - Dramione, Miniseries. "So," Draco's voice sounded from behind her and she heard his heavy footsteps as he began to circle her. "You came crawling back. After all your protestations that 'this is the last time, Draco' and 'we can't keep doing this, it's wrong'." He stopped in front of her. "Liar."
Slow Show - Dramione, Post Hogwarts. "Draco slowly dipped his head down and kissed her shoulder while pulling the strap just a little farther down her arm. He could feel the goosebumps rise under his lips."
Ashes - “This is wrong,” Theo murmured. “You should have… you shouldn’t have died.” He looked at her name in scrolled print as if it the letters were going to jump to life and spell out a message for him. They stayed as silent as the stone they were etched in. “I would have saved you, Hermione."