Review for Eternal Night by Gabrielle

So I got lost…  I think I took a right turn at Albuquerque.  Dang Right and left turns…

So, Instead of me doing it the other way, I figure until I am good again on doing these, I will just do reviews on what I am reading right now.  I am skipping all around…

If any author I do a review on wishes to have an Interview, then let me know.  Otherwise, I will look to see if I have one ready.

The Story I am going to work on is:


Name of Story: Eternal Night

Fandom: SVM

Author: Gabrielle


Rating (If Applicable): M

Pairing: Eric/Sookie

Description (Authors): 

Sookie lets Eric change her and she gets a little bit more with her immortal life than she thought she would as she embraces her nature and fate. Vampires, fairies, love bubbles and lots of fluff. All Vamp. M for language and lemons. (Complete)


So I have been going back and rereading some of my favorites, taking a spin on my site.  I am getting back into the mood for one of my fics, and this needs to have much review on the stories that led me to first start writing in the fandom.

I was looking for a fic, kinda lighthearted and ended up with this one.

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Non-Canon Awards; The Fandom Crossover Contest

Title:  Four Years

Rating: M

Genre: Romance/Suspense

Word Count: 3788

Beta: Hannah_perry85
Fandoms: Twilight/Supernatural
Pairing: Bella/Dean

Summary: I haven’t seen Trouble in four years, since the day she walked out of my apartment in Phoenix. Four years where I did everything I could not to think about her during the day and dreamed about her every night. It’s been four years… And now she’s back.

Contest Entry Two: Endless Possibilities

Non-Canon Awards; The Fandom Crossover Contest
Title: Endless Possibilities
Rating: M
Genre: Romance
Word Count: 3204
Fandoms: Twilight, The Mortal Instruments
Pairing: Edward Cullen, Alec Lightwood
Summary: (255 Character Limit) When Edward left Seattle as a teenager, he never imagined that his sister’s wedding would bring him back, or that he could find someone who would make him want to stay. “After that? Anything can happen.”