XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS - ALTERNATIVE FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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SPECTER by Silk
The sixth entry in Silk's APPARITIONS OF LOVE SERIES is a haunting little tale set after the events in SACRIFICE II which has a desperate Xena waking up from a dream to find her beloved bard alive once again. Moving look at the warrior's anguish. DO NOT MISS! - 4 pgs., 10/25/98
FANFIC ART: "Spectre" by Angelique
**SPIDER by Kamouraskan
Ahhh the bard at her most WICKED!!! A MUST READ for my fellow Gab fans, this lovely little tale has the warrior and bard staying at an inn where Gabrielle is doing her bard thing while the warrior scouts the place looking for some much-needed companionship for the evening. Little does the unsuspecting Xena know that her partner knows exactly what she's up to and isn't about to stand by while her luscious warrior cajoles with others! HUGE grin alert on this one folks! DO NOT MISS! - 4 pgs., 2/27/00
AWARDS: "The Quickie" Swollen Bud Award (Aug. 15, 2000)
SPLISH SPLASH, I WAS TAKIN' A BATH by L. Fox - see ALL IN A YEAR'S WORK: WINTER
**SPRING CHICKEN by Donna E. Trifilo and Catherine M. Wilson - [See the AFTER THE HONEYMOON SERIES]
**SPRING FESTIVAL (THE) by Dr. Bob
Dr. Bob is writing a series of XWP alt. stories that are simply FANTASTIC! The stories follow the development of the Xena/Gabby relationship as our two heroines go from one adventure to another. The writing here is top notch. Dr. Bob depicts a relationship between warrior and bard that is tender and slowly growing in intensity. His first story in the series was BEGINNINGS. Now, in this sequel, Xena takes Gabby to the colorful Spring Festival at Solanica where the Warrior Princess, and Gabrielle in particular, continue struggling with an attraction neither can ignore now but both still are to afraid to confront. [See also the third installment in the series, A SOUL REUNITED ] 28 pgs., - 5/22/97
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