Harry Potter knew he had done the right thing. Every person he loved and cared about was in terrible danger. He couldn't, wouldn't allow anyone else to die because of him or even worse, for him; especially her. Now, after living seventeen years meant to fulfill his destiny, Harry finally has completed it and Voldemort is dead.
Suddenly, things change in the blink of a pixie eye and the Wizarding world was on its way to a magnificent if not hard future; Harry's future, as well. He's an Auror with a new mission of extreme peril; a much more dangerous mission then he had originally thought possible.
Ginny Weasley has loved Harry Potter since she was ten but he broke her heart the day of Dumbledore's funeral even though she knew he had her safety in mind and that was the problem; he was protecting her wellbeing yet destroying her heart.
But a year passed and finally Harry fulfilled his destiny, freeing not only himself but the Wizarding World from the threat that was Voldemort. Regardless of their win, Ginny's still overwhelmed with grief over the losses that they had suffered and could think of only one thing that would restore her completely and yet, as she waits, it never comes and she's devastated until she receives a letter to return for her seventh and final year at Hogwarts. She accepts, heads off to Hogwarts along with her best friend, Hermione Granger, without so much as a look or word to say to Harry Potter.
Unfortunately for her, Ginny has been noticed, spotted and now, Harry must race against time to save the one thing most important to him: his heart.
First book in the Potter Series.
The second book is a book of short stories: Meet the Potters.