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Love Among The Ewoks (Highlander)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 28th April 2000 (2)

With a title like that, I just had to read it. A little introspective Tessa/Duncan piece, from Tessa's point of view, with philosophical questions about love, Ewoks... and coffee. Good.

Up in the Valley, Down on the Mountain (Highlander/Narnia)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 22nd August 2000
Tags: Short Story, Crossover
Characters: Methos, Aslan

This story is absolutely wonderful. Stunning. Written for the Crossover Lyric Wheel, it manages to capture the true essence of Narnia, while also keeping true to Highlander, and true to all the characters, and yet shedding its transforming light on all of them. Just read it.

He's not a tame lion.

Witches and Waffles (Highlander)

Reviewed by Kathryn A on 28th April 2000 (1)

Mac attempts to reconcile his friends, Cassandra and Methos. I like this story. Is poignant the word I am searching for? I like it because Cassandra is not portrayed as a harridan, but also she isn't rushing into Methos' arms either. The latter would be unrealistically happy. No, it isn't a happy story, nor a hateful one either. Both Methos and Cassandra are painted with a sympathetic brush. It is a little difficult to get used to the style at first, second-person rather than first-person, but I like this story.