LUNACY'S FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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Please make sure to read the EXPLANATORY NOTES before reading these reviews.
Alternative stories are designated as such with an [Alt] at the end of the title line.
This file features reviews of stories written by A L Dunham. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
CAMPFIRE CHAT SERIES by A.L. Dunham - [Read in the order listed below]
EMBERS TO A FLAME by A.L. Dunham -- [Alt]
This first time story was written back in February 1997 as part of a fan fiction challenge to show possible scenarios under which Gabrielle would broach the subject of a romantic relationship with the Warrior Princess. As the first offering in A.L. Dunham's CAMPIRE CHAT SERIES, it is a sweet tale nicely depicting the nervousness and uncertainty of two friends deeply in love with one another and wanting very much to admit that love despite their fears. - 11 pgs., 5/23/98
FOR FOREVER by A.L. Dunham -- [Alt]
The fourth entry in A.L.'s CAMPFIRE CHAT SERIES finds the warrior and bard having a heart to heart after some hidden feelings surface. - 5 pgs., 5/30/98
**NO PLACE FOR FEAR by A.L. Dunham -- [Alt]
This fifth entry in the CAMPIRE CHAT SERIES is a stand-out hurt/comfort story set at a time when Xena and the bard are getting ready to formalize their union and the warrior is beginning to fear everything may be too good to be true. VERY nice, loving depiction of the relationship in this. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! - 6 pgs., 5/23/98
**WITHOUT WORDS by A.L. Dunham -- [Alt]
The third entry in A.L. Dunham's CAMPIRE CHAT SERIES is a beautiful piece that has the warrior recognizing just how much she values everything about her bard and trying to make that clear to Gabrielle after the young woman suffers a debilitating illness. This is an effective and emotionally satisfying depiction of a very special love. DO NOT MISS! - 3 pgs., 5/23/98
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