Where the Lightning Strikes
|Title:||Where the Lightning Strikes|
|Fandom:||Multimedia (Multiple Fandoms)|
|External Links:||Stormwolf Press|
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Where the Lightning Strikes is a slash 135-page multifandom anthology with six illustrations.
- True Love by Mut 'n' Jef, (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys).
- The Element of Danger by LeLapin (La Femme Nikita) Michael/Birkoff
- All in One Day by K9, (Due South).
- Possessed by Sigrina, (Due South/Forever Knight).
- Four Men and a Fountain by K9 (X-Files).
- Aftermath by Sigrina, (Bugs) Ed/Beckett.
- Reality Bites by K9, (The Sentinel).
- Herne's Son by Sigrina (Robin of Sherwood).
- Wounded Souls by K9, (Due South).
- Love, Friendship and Uneasy Alliances by LeLapin, (Quantum Leap).
- Mourning Prey by Jef, (Highlander) Duncan/Methos.
- Excuses by Sigrina (The Professionals)
- Also, Babylon 5
Reactions and Reviews
[Excuses]: this one is a charming little ficlet, humorous and light hearted, featuring my beloved (though unpopular) pair (Bodie/Cowley). It the last time I indulge in my favourite kink, I promise (unless I find another one, of course...wicked grin). How could I sum up something as short as this? Humm...I'd say that Bodie has troubles with a cat, a rather boisterous tomcat. And Murphy tries to help...to no avail. 
The stories for the most part tend to be quite short, the longest (and my favorite) being a Due South/Forever Knight crossover and its sequel. Both stories, Possessed and Facing the Truth, were good enough to make me want to watch both series (which I had not bothered with until then). I investigated Forever Knight only to find a sadly lacking vampire and a very disappointing La Croix - no patch on Rick Springfield and Michael Nader from the original film. Never mind, the story was still excellent. All the stories were readable and enjoyable. My second favorite was A Private little War, a Highlander story that comes in seven parts and demanded that the reader think a bit. As I've never seen Highlander either, I still found it easy to follow and to make educated guesses about what was going on.