XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS - ALTERNATIVE FAN
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**GUEST (THE) by T. Novan
The 30th installment in the RAISING MELOSA SERIES finds Xena and Gabrielle entertaining an unexpected arrival and facing a surprising offer. Setting up an intense new chapter in the lives of our heroines, THE GUEST offers that great sense of domestic peace and tender affection that has made T. Novan's efforts in this series such a hit. DO NOT MISS! - 7 pgs., 4/2/99
[Palm Pilot version available at XENA FAN FICTION FOR THE PALM PILOT]
**GUILT, LOVE AND FORGIVENESS by B L Miller
One of our most talented bards returns with a FANTASTIC new post-rift story which finds the warrior and bard forced into dealing with some of the unresolved issues still between them. Set immediately after the events in BITTER SUITE, the story has Xena and Gabrielle attempting to resume the life they were leading together prior to their fateful trip to Britannia - only the recent past soon comes back to haunt them when the bard starts to have problems with her vision - problems which set off a warning bell within the Warrior Princess, reminding her of an ugliness she's been desperately trying to forget. The Xena and Gabrielle B.L. presents are two women who love one another deeply but are still very much immersed in guilt. Her story traces their path toward the discovery of that love as they begin to accept also the forgiveness in their hearts. Known for her passionate tales, B.L. delivers here one that beyond the passion is perhaps one of her most tenderly romantic to date. A beautiful read which receives my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION! - 46 pgs., 3/8/98
AWARDS: "Getting Serious" Swollen Bud Award (July 15, 2000)
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