LUNACY'S FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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Alternative stories are designated as such with an [Alt] at the end of the title line.
This file features reviews of stories written by M. Pappas. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
ESCAPADE by M. Pappas and J. Covington -- [Alt]
Wonderful sequel to ARES' GAME which follows Xena and Gabrielle on the road as they start to get used to the new depth in their relationship. Matters get complicated when they meet up with an old friend of Gabrielle who goads the bard into a stupid bet and later as they travel to a village to help the people there deal with a local thug. Nicely written story which leads right into the next entry in the trilogy, SECRETS PAST. - 38 pgs., 4/97
JOINING TRILOGY by M. Pappas and J. Covington - read in the order listed below -- [Alt]
**SECRETS PAST by M. Pappas and J. Covington -- [Alt]
This is the final entry in the trilogy which began with ARES' GAME and was later continued in ESCAPADE. This is also possibly the best tale so far by these two very talented authors with the most happening names in the Xenaverse! As the story begins Xena and Gabrielle are considering what direction their relationship is to take now that they have admitted what they feel for one another. Knowing that it is important to Gabrielle, Xena agrees to have their union officially blessed by the Amazons, never telling the bard just exactly what the ceremony involves and never suspecting herself the series of events that will be unleashed as a result - events that will uncover a shocking secret from the past and that will threaten to destroy what Xena holds most dear. This story is long and THANK THE GODS for that because you will not want it to end! Romance, intrigue, drama, and a TON of humor all wrapped up in a very nicely written package. A MUST READ!! - 64 pgs., 5/7/97
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