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 Queenfor4. For any other fiction by this bard please visit any of the Xena fan fiction indexes.
**SNOWBOUND by Queenfor4 - [Alt]
Aware of the winter weather headed toward her mountain ranch, Dr. Randi Oakes breaks her usual self-imposed exile to drive to the neighboring town to gather supplies, never suspecting the abrupt change her life is about to take. Passing through the small town on her way back from a book signing tour, mystery author Megan Gallagher is curious when the tall doctor comments on the bias she sees in her stories until Randi specifically points to the negative portrayal of gays...revealing her own sexual preference in the process. Immediately disgusted, the popular author doesn't even bother to deny the criticism, preferring instead to get away from the small town and people like Randi Oakes as soon as possible. As fate would have it though, Megan Gallagher will soon find herself in the very clutches of the infuriating Randi Oakes when an accident and the weather leaves her with no choice but to accept the help of one of those "perverts" she's written about. The weeks to come will bring enlightenment, surprises, and an unexpected friendship for both women as together they'll get past old prejudices and old heartaches to discover a bond unlike anything they've ever known. Queenfor4's first-ever uber contribution is a compelling story about two troubled individuals finding in one another the inspiration and courage to get past their prejudices and their fears. It is also a story about the power of love and friendship to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Heart wrenching at times but ultimately reaffirming, this tale will keep you reading and won't disappoint. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! [Note: Review based on a complete reading of the story but online the tale is unfinished] - 147 pgs., 2/3/02
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