Panther by Teagen2 – 36 pages
Erica is on her way to her biologist mom in Brazil via her uncle Ryan on his plane. They experience turbulence and the next thing Erica knows, she is alone in the forest. Enter Orie, a tall woman looking much like a native in skins, with long black hair that goes past her shoulders, lithe as a cat.
The Tides Of Fate by Lena – 55 pages
Along the emerald green shores of Destin, Florida, the wife of the beautiful, but reclusive, owner of Chandler Marine Industries, has been brutally murdered. Will Tracy Chandler’s young attorney be able to find the real killer before he strikes again?
The Apartment by Lena – 141 pages
An Alternative Uber story of the hurt/comfort genre. A retired nurse with failing health and love of life takes in a nursing student to help her to the great benefit of both.
The Honeymoon by Lena – 70 pages
The sequel to The Apartment finds the couple settling into domesticity.
The Awakening by Lena – 200 pages
This story deal with sexual abuse, it’s aftermath, and the healing power of love.
Battling Herodotus by Lindsey – 105 pages
In part 1. After a visit to Potadeia goes wrong Xena and Gabrielle visit the Amazons. When Herodotus decides to pay a visit in attempts to force Gabrielle to return to the village with him and start a normal life with a man she barely even knows things start to get a little hectic. What ensues is a little bit of violence, an Amazon Queen who lays down the law and Xena on her knee in front of a whole lotta women. In part 2 Xena and Gabrielle escape the confines of the Amazon village and head off on their honeymoon. Now combine the newlyweds with a secluded cabin by the sea, no interruptions and the chance to broaden a few horizons and what results is a nice little break from the everyday task of making Greece safe for the masses. In the third and final part we see two points of view of living with the Amazons. It starts off with Gabrielle’s POV and then switches back and forth.
Second Chance At Forever by Lindsey – 70 pages
In this semi-uber, Gabrielle Channon is a fiction writer who meets with Agent Xena Demakis while doing research for her latest book, the chemistry between them is immediate, however, Agent Demakis seems a bit hesitant. It is up to Gabrielle to draw the striking Xena out of her self-imposed exile and open her up to a new world of romance. Along the way they hit a few bumps in the road, all of which may lead them to a chance at a life that is filled with happiness.
Unbroken Season 1 by Carrie Ryan & K. Darblyne – 703 pages
You are about to enter a world of family, music, and higher education. It all starts when Brooke L. Gordon, ex-drummer of the late group, Anti-Zero, Producer/Owner/CEO of Brownstone Records helps her youngest sister, CC, move into a college dorm for her last year of school. Little does she know that the forces of nature come together to change her life. CC’s new dorm mate is Samantha Moleson. Sam, a PR major, is heavily into music and idolizes a certain drummer that has all but vanished from the face of the earth. What happens is a story that you won’t want to miss.
Unbroken Season 2 by Carrie Ryan & K. Darblyne – 304 pages (ongoing)
In the lives of everyday people, Life’s trials either leave you stronger and humming a happy tune or break you in two, shattering hopes and dreams as each day goes by. Are you Unbroken 2?
An Awakening Series by Hunter Ash – 1375 pages
Follow the trials and tribulations of Xena and Gabrielle in a saga that spans over several years. It is filled with equal measures of angst and joy. Everything from the wedding of the bard and warrior, to the imprisonment of one of our heroes by Rome, and her forced participation in the gladiator ring.
Amphipolis Expedition by Felioness – 74 Pages
Dr. Brie O’Conner, empathic healer on a dying Earth, interviews again for a spot in a colonial expedition after 3 unsuccessful years of trying, and finds to her surprise acceptance and more in Commander Xandra Lawless, who heads and finances The Amphipolis Expedition. The arrival to a new and lush planet is almost the picture of paradise as first thought, but as the snake makes an appearance in the Garden, it is the attraction of Dr. and Commander, bound inexorably across space and time, will play a key role in the destiny of the colony. Felioness has written a riveting tale of romance and adventure, with shades of Star Trek thrown in, sure to keep you glued to your screen!
For The Love of Gaia by Felioness – 78 Pages
This is the sequel to “The Amphipolis Expedition. The colony is well on its way to establishment when trouble comes from the sky…and the past, to again test Xandra, Brie, their friends and their new lives.
Still Loving You by Felioness – 17 pages
This story chronicles the growing relationship of two lonely souls over the Internet.
The Seven Wonders Series by XWPFanatic
Aftermath: The Tree Of Life by XWPFanatic – 196 pages
When Xena the Conqueror meets Gabrielle the Oracle in this artfully constructed crossover tale of intrigue and violence, romance is not far behind. The fates of Conqueror and Oracle intertwine with Romans, Amazons, betrayal and unexpected alliances. The ensuing events weave a tapestry of revelations about what binds the two opposites.
The Hanging Gardens by XWPFanatic – 121 pages
In the sequel to ‘Aftermath,’ XWPFanatic offers us another wonderful story. Influenced by Agatha Christie’s novel ‘And Then There Were None,’ the Conqueror and her Oracle’s trip out of Greece finds them in quite a conundrum, and a cast of characters that will keep you on your toes awaiting the clever finish.
The Unconquered Sun – An Interlude by XWPFanatic – 35 pages
The Beginning Series by Planet-Solin
1) If…This Had Been The Beginning – 96 pages
In this Conqueror tale, Artemis and Aphodite are out to teach Ares a thing or two when Xena the Conqueror meets the Bard of Potadeia under unusual circumstances, and this begins changes that will affect the known world.
2) Home Again – 84 pages
This continues from “If This had Been the Beginning…’ and finds Gabrielle more embroiled in the gods’ intrigue as she visits Potadeia and then ends up with the Amazons. Xena is finding it hard to see past what the circumstances reveal and what her heart is telling her as she goes after her.
3) Surrender – 80 pages
This third tale finds a reluctant Conqueror and a reluctant Amazon Nation in the unlikely position of having to bargain with one another all thanks to the efforts of one bard. No longer capable of denying her growing feelings for Gabrielle of Poteidaia, Xena is willing to make a truce with the race of warrior women, and with the bard-turned-Queen who, thanks to some incredible circumstances now leads them. Having done away with some of the intrigue and conspiracies among her own troops, however, the Conqueror will now have to deal with a similar situation among the Amazons, for not all within the Nation look kindly on the new queen or the idea of peace with the Conqueror. Anxious to resume their relationship, the Empress and bard will first have to address a deadly threat to that peace, and to their own happiness – a threat which may require something from Xena she’s never given before and is not sure she can give.
4) The Promise of Tomorrow – 97 pages
The feared Empress of Greece and her Amazon bard are on the field during the final days of a fierce campaign again the Roman armies of Julius Caesar. It’s a battle made easier on Xena’s soul by the presence of the young woman who has come to mean everything to her. Together for a year now, the two have discovered in one another a love, a passion, a sense of trust and completeness neither has ever known before. That happiness will be tested in the months to come as insecurities plague the warrior who wants nothing more than to give Gabrielle everything in the world…but knows she can’t quite do that. On her end, Gabrielle will have to deal with her emerging role as Amazon Queen and consort to the Conqueror, as well as with some powerful figures from Xena’s past once again targeting the beautiful Empress of Greece. All the while, immortal hands are setting in motion plans of their own for warrior and bard – one based in darkness, the other in love – and both as equally capable of destroying them.
5) Family – 100 pages
This fifth installment in the series finds the two on their way to Poteidaia where Xena is going to leave the bard to celebrate her sister’s wedding while she goes searching for her lost son. The journey starts off through the streets of Corinth where the innocent bard accepts a gift seemingly offered in gratitude. Unbeknownst to her or her fierce protector, there are forces at work all around them threatening the fragile happiness warrior and bard have found. In the days to come the Conqueror will fight a frantic battle to save the woman that has come to mean more to her than her very empire but the biggest battle of all will be with her own fears and doubts as she’s forced to make a choice between accepting the impossible…or losing the other half of her soul.
6) Forever – 102 pages
There is no synopsis for this story.
The Dalton Family Saga by Jenny Frame
Dalton Family Saga 1: The Road to Dencotte House by Jenny Frame – 185 pages
London – 1950. Elizabeth Bentley sets off towards a new life, leaving her small countryside village of Ambleton. There she meets the Mysterious Lord Dalton, who introduces her to friends and a way of life that she could never have dreamed of. Meet the characters and read about the places that will change Beth from a shy naive young girl into a woman.
Dalton Family Saga 2: The Lady of Dencotte House by Jenny Frame – 258 pages
Life has been a whirlwind of activity for Alex, Beth and their good friends the Woodward’s . A wedding to plan, a honeymoon, and along the way some new friends to meet. Will everything go off without a hitch? Or will influences from the couples past throw a spanner in the works?
We Never Say Goodbye by T. Novan – 68 pages
Very much in keeping with the spirit of ancient Greek myths, this clever new uber tale is set in the modern world where an immortal warrior continues to struggle against the curse that has kept her from an eternity with her beloved even as it has brought them together again countless times through the ages. In part 2, Warrior Spirit – The now immortal Gabrielle is grieving the loss of her beloved warrior’s last incarnation. Meanwhile, a ghostly Xena makes a pact with the Goddess of Love that could eventually return her to corporal form but first she’ll have to find a killer and to do that she’s gonna need the help of her grieving. In the conclusion, part 3, titled The Price Of Love, the warrior and bard are growing just a tad bored with their immortality when a nice little change unexpectedly arrives at their doorstep – a change that makes all the difference for Gabrielle reawakening a part of her heart long dormant and worrying the warrior who recognizes the potential in it all for her bard to end up hurt.
1. Intimate Strangers – 77 pages
An author hires a body guard.
2. Ghosts From The Past – 43 pages
This sequel to Intimate Stranger has the ex-FBI agent Casey Bennett in a desperate race against time to try to save her beloved Beth from an enemy vent on revenge.
3. Beyond the Darkness – 66 pages
Casy and Beth try to overcome their last adventure.
4. Without A Doubt – 43 pages
Casey and Beth are back! The uber-duo’s hard-won peace is disrupted when a friend appeals to them for help.
5. Forever Remember – 45 pages
In this installment of our PI and writer stories, Beth must help Casey confront her past and make peace with with it.
6. Bull’s Eye – 75 pages
In this Casey and Beth installment, Casey must pit her wits against a maniac trying to best her at a cat and mouse game, which places Beth in danger and tests our couples courageand love.
7. Always – 42 pages
Casey and Beth face a personal trial as Beth deals with a family gathering.
8. As She Sleeps – 5 pages
A short interlude into the lives of Beth and Casey.
Resa by Journs – 176 pages
When college student Jennifer Logan is approached by a priest about writing the life story of one of East L.A.’s deadliest former gang personalities, she doesn’t expect the project to actually go through, particularly since Father Hector freely admits his intent is for Jennifer to help him keep this particular “lost sheep” on the right course. Uncertain as to how she could do this, Jennifer assumes a first meeting is all she’ll get with the infamous Resa Gustavez but one look into those piercing blue eyes leaves her determined to give the one-time “gangera” the one thing she’s never had – a trusted friend. It’s a decision that will bring the young writer face to face with the danger and desperation, the cruelties and vicious codes of gang life, showing her just how difficult it can be to escape that life…and how easy to get swallowed up by the violence.
The Day After by Journs – 129 Pages
This sequel to Resa. It continues the story of the former gang leader and writer Jennifer Logan as they indulge in a very private, wonderful reunion after a separation of more than a year. It’s a new beginning that has them both feeling tentative, never having experienced the intensity of what they’re now sharing with one another. Uncertain but driven by an overwhelming need to be together, the two will face many challenges in the weeks ahead, both internal and external, as they struggle against their own fears, the demands of family, the prejudices of their society and the differences in their cultures to secure the little bit of Heaven they’ve found in one another and finally put behind them the past that nearly drove them apart.
Port Royal by Kelley Piper – 152 pages
In the 17th century, a pirate seeking revenge and a family secret, meets a young girl that she feels inexplicably drawn to, leading to adventure, danger and love on the high seas.
Misplaced People by Devize – 306 pages
What’s the connection between drug dealers, a missing woman, council business, Welsh architecture and Sleeping Beauty? Striker might have made a connection between two of them… But she came to London to forget and to hide… and to seek. She had other riddles to solve. But an encounter at a hospital’s Accident & Emergency department turns her priorities, her life and her heart upside down.
Leather and Lace by Greek Warrior – 238 Pages
After terrorists threaten a US Ambassador, Captain Chandler a member of an antiterrorist organization, is assigned to protect the Ambassador and his family. The Captain and Kris, the Ambassador’s daughter, are attracted to each other. Can the two women, thrown together under less than ideal conditions survive the terrorists and Kris’ family long enough to find love?
Loose Ends by Greek Warrior – 110 pages
Cody Lawson’s early life was a series of unpleasant events. Amanda Norris was the one that bothered her the most. Can a chance encounter between the two women allow Cody to tie up at least one loose end that has haunted her for the past 20 years?
Nurturing Souls by DS Bauden – 117 Pages
‘Nurturing Souls’ is a story of a young girl, Alicia Mc Kenna, who has lost her parents to a horrible car accident. She moves to Montana from Chicago to live with her Aunt Edna on her ranch to try and rebuild her life. There she meets, Sydney Thompson, an Australian woman who tends to the animals on Edna’s ranch. The two become fast friends and soon after, lovers. Alicia must go back to Chicago to sell her parents home. Syd’s past comes out to haunt her while in Chicago and puts Ally and Syd’s love to the test.
Hindsight by Lois Kay – 295 pages
Hannah Jensen’s life was calm and uneventful, something she treasured after years of struggling, until that one, unfortunate event, that changed everything.
Breathless by Lois Kay – 242 pages
This is the sequel to ‘Hindsight’. ‘Breathless’ is about Lauren Darkwolf and Maureen Lawrence, whose personal lives are interrupted by the death of a young woman, her infant boy who survived and a trail of dangerous drugs that try to make their way into the heart of Oklahoma.
Tired Of Hiding by Lindsey – 42 pages
Xena is captured and Gabrielle and the Amazons come to her rescue. Once the warrior has been returned to her bard they both realize that too much time has been wasted without revealing how they truely feel. What results is a nice, mushy, story that places the warrior and bard where they truly want to be. With each other.
All Of The Firsts
All Through The Night by Rebekah – 42 pages (December 1996)
Gabrielle takes care of a badly wounded Xena after the warrior’s luck runs out while testing a theory as to why they are constantly under attack.
The first uber-Xena story appeared in Hercules fanfic – it was called A Meeting Of Chance by Terra Chang – 14 pages (January 1997)
A chance encounter in modern Athens leads a group of people to relive their past. This story features modern-day versions of Xena, Gabrielle, Hercules and Iolus.
The first uber to appear in XWP fanfic was Darkone’s Warrior’s Heart – 4 pages (February 1997)
Uber-Gabrielle as a rock star and the uber-Xena as her bodyguard.
The first Mel/Janice story was Bat Morda’s Is There A Doctor On The Dig? – 87 pages
Janice, Mel, Xena, Gabrielle and Callisto in a continuation of the Xena episode, Xena Scrolls. This story has everything – adventure, suspense, COMEDY and romance.
The first Conqueror story was The Storyteller by Katrina – 35 pages (March 1998)
Set in the alternate world of the Hercules episode Armageddon, this fantastic new warlord/slave story is a powerful, intense, emotional piece that has the young agitator Gabrielle surviving the ordeal Empress Xena condemned her to on a cross. It is while suffering the pain of that torture that Gabrielle gains a sudden insight into how she may be able to change the ruthless empress – not by inciting the people against her, but by inciting a revolution in the woman’s own heart. Determined to try even if it leads to her death, Gabrielle returns to the castle where the now crippled agitator turns storyteller and is soon telling her one-time enemy tales of heroes, of fighting for the greater good, and of a love that would change the world. Katrina’s characterizations in this are beautifully multi-layered, presenting a Xena with all the power in the world and an aching emptiness within while her Gabrielle, despite a poignant outer frailty, is a storyteller of gentle heroism and steely determination.
The Healer by Katrina – 8 pages (unfinished)
Set some months after The Storyteller, this sequel finds the world marveling at the subtle changes that have taken place in the realm of Xena the Conqueror as the Empress has embraced a new way of governing, a new way of dealing with her subjects. Though at times still swift and merciless, the Destroyer of Nations is also now surprisingly just – more mindful of her human resources and less ready to resort to plain cruelty. It’s a change attributed in part to the crippled scribe who’s become a constant presence by the ruler’s side – a change welcomed by many and despised by others – a change which has exacted a toll of its own on the once heartless Conqueror for in opening herself to the love of the young woman she once sought to kill Xena has now rediscovered a long-buried heart, making herself vulnerable in the process. Fighting outside forces and inner turmoil, the Conqueror will take them on a journey to see an old friend, on a quest for redemption and healing that may prove to be the greatest challenge yet for the fierce Warrior Queen as she endeavors to heal those scars that can be seen…and the deeper ones that cannot.
Mended Hearts by Alix Stokes – 124 pages
Two young girls meet in a hospital and become best friends. They are separated by tragedy, but fate will bring them together again. Dr. Alexandra Morgan, a gifted cardiac surgeon, is confident, beautiful, and at the top of her profession. Bryn O’Neill is a pediatric intensive care nurse, and thrives on the challenges of caring for her patients. After 24 years, can they renew their special bond? Even more important, can Bryn help Dr. Morgan overcome the devastation of her painful past?
Snap Shots by MJ – 232 pages
A brilliant yet introverted photographer, Tess Alexander’s life takes a dramatic turn when she undertakes a shoot for the cities Lord Mayor. There she meets his daughter Nikki, a young woman whose visual disability has forced her into a world of over protectiveness. Instantly drawn to each other, neither of them are aware of the lengths one person will go, to try and keep them apart.
Snap Shots II by MJ – 265 pages
Three months later, Tess and Nikki are ready to move into Riverside Farm. They both soon realize the trials and tribulations of moving home are if nothing else, an extremely hectic and at times a comical occurrence. However, it is Nikki who is first to sense that when they moved, a face from their past followed.
Four Mondays by MJ
When Alice Bateman misses the woman she is destined to be with, purely because she is too busy to look up, a greater power decides to give them another chance. But how many will it take?
Two Tuesdays by MJ
Sequel to Four Mondays: When Alice and Leah take the next step in their relationship and move in togeter, neither of them are aware of what is about to take place, and will Leah get a second chance to right a terrible wrong.
Misunderstood by MJ – 140 pages
When Charlie Taylor starts her new job at a hospital for the mentally ill, she meets a patient whom she believes does not belong there.
Kara’s Moon by Gerri Hill – 113 pages
Ginny Harrison wasn’t ready for marriage so she left Seattle and Phil behind to live with her grandmother in the Wenatchee mountains of Washington, hoping to figure out what was missing in her relationship with Phil. There, she meets up-and-coming artist Kara Morgan, who is renting a cabin for the summer. An unlikely friendship develops between the two. Kara, a loner by nature, intends to spend the summer sketching and painting. Instead, she finds herself increasingly attracted to the younger woman. Ginny, too, is drawn to the quiet artist and finds her thoughts moving in an entirely different direction than friendship. She finally finds what’s been missing in her life.
Window Shopping by J. A. Zollicoffer – 1 page
A little dark-haired girl sees exactly what she wants for Christmas in a store window, and shares her wish with a passing stranger.
Justice Deferred by Alex P. – 137 pages
Cam Brusard was the stuff of jailhouse legends. She was a loner from day one, avoiding any affiliation with the gangs that flourished in the prison environment. She earned her respect the hard way, by taking down one of the most dangerous women when she was first incarcerated. So, what could possibly cause a woman of ice to melt? Cam never let anyone get close to her heart… no one that is until Cheryl Killian.
Someone’s Justice by Anne Reagin – 164 pages
Samantha Hilliard had been summoned for a deposition, and little did she know that the lawyer for the other side would be in the form of a goddess by the name of Sterling Hayes.
Love’s Rendition by Tragedy88 – 92 pages
Grace, a young woman who waitresses at a cafe has had a long and hard life. Both her parents and brother are dead and she is on her own. Left with no one where to go she is forced to live on the streets under a bridge. Eventually she makes her way out and finds an apartment she shares with four other roommates. There is the one thing that keeps her going. Allison on the other hand was born into money and owns an art gallery. She stumbles upon Grace one day in the park sketching a picture of her. She is intrigued and offers Grace a job. Slowly things progress and a friendship is born. A lot of things happen in this story mainly revolving around Grace and her hardships of life, but Allison is there to help. Will Grace accept her help or think she’s just giving charity? Will her past of being homeless interfere with their friendship?
Heart’s Choice by Lois Kay – 345 pages
Sometimes the boldest steps we take are to the choice that our hearts make, it will change our lives for better or worse. Come join the journey of Emma , a school teacher and Kyra a VP in her company, as they find the choices their hearts have made. Both of them are carrying emotional baggage from their pasts, but can their hearts move past that to make a life together?
The Chosen by Verda Foster – 131 pages
Set in a mythical, medieval world where a sadistic sovereign rules the land; A world of extremes where you are either slave or master, and women have little say in the course of their lives. When Lord Athol sends his only daughter to meet the man he has chosen as her husband, fate intervenes and she is caught in the middle of a slave rebellion that will wrench her away from everything she has ever known. Roslin finds herself strangely drawn to the leader of an army of rebel slaves and terrified they will discover that she is not only not one of them, but the daughter of the man they hate most in the world.
From The Beginning by Cheyne – 95 pages
This story is my Uberization, based on the 1951 screenplay, The Day The Earth Stood Still, by Edmund H. North (which is based on the novel, Farewell To The Master, by Harry Bates). No money is being made from this project and no copyright infringement intended.
I always wanted to see this film remade with Klaatu as a female. I initially (many years ago) thought Sigourney Weaver would have made an excellent Klaatu (even if they changed the “Helen” character to male). Instead, TPTB remade this classic with Keanu Reeves. I love KR but the remake, IMHO, completely missed the message of and couldn’t hold a candle to the original.
Anyway, here is my effort to retell the original story with two of our favorite women in the pivotal roles.
These Dreams by Verda Foster – 145 pages
When Samantha finds out that the mysterious woman she has dreamed about as long as she can remember may be real, she sets out to find her. The search leads her to the Beautiful Tess Richmond, but heartbreak is soon to follow. Aware that a private investigator has been hired to look into her affairs, Tess mistakenly assumes the little blonde asking questions about her is the investigator. She decides to teach her a lesson, never suspecting the terrible mistake she’s about to make, and the fragile heart she’ll decimate in the process.
October by Day – 150 pages
As Sarah Kingston becomes involved in the life of the young college student, Terri, she has to realize that sometimes even love might not be enough.
Bless You by Lois Kay
In a quiet, rural town in New Hampshire, Pastor Sigrid Meyers finds a dead body in her church. It is the beginning of a maelstrom of events in which she will find new friends, discover enemies she didn’t know she had and realize it takes a lot to stop a tenacious murderer.