Title: Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro.
Fandom: New World Zorro.
Pairing: Gen (mentions Diego/Victoria).
Categories: Angst, Family.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: Some of the hypothetical scenarios deal with major character death.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Therrae @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
In the New World/Family Channel Zorro TV Series, Alejandro De La Vega never did find out that his son was the Fox. In this fic, Therrae presents five ways he could have found out the truth, ending with the way things supposedely did happen.

This is one "five things" fic that really satisfied me. While it's true that some of the scenarios made me long for more, they are each self contained in a way as not to feel unfinished or too short. Some are lighter in tone, others quite depressing, but they are all quite interesting "what if" revelation scenes. My favorite scenario is, hands down, the punchline (i.e. - the way it did happen), which is absolute fantastic.

Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro
Title: Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro.
Fandom: New World Zorro.
Pairing: Gen (mentions Diego/Victoria).
Categories: Angst, Family.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: Some of the hypothetical scenarios deal with major character death.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Therrae @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
In the New World/Family Channel Zorro TV Series, Alejandro De La Vega never did find out that his son was the Fox. In this fic, Therrae presents five ways he could have found out the truth, ending with the way things supposedely did happen.

This is one "five things" fic that really satisfied me. While it's true that some of the scenarios made me long for more, they are each self contained in a way as not to feel unfinished or too short. Some are lighter in tone, others quite depressing, but they are all quite interesting "what if" revelation scenes. My favorite scenario is, hands down, the punchline (i.e. - the way it did happen), which is absolute fantastic.

Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro
Title: Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro.
Fandom: New World Zorro.
Pairing: Gen (mentions Diego/Victoria).
Categories: Angst, Family.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: Some of the hypothetical scenarios deal with major character death.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Therrae @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
In the New World/Family Channel Zorro TV Series, Alejandro De La Vega never did find out that his son was the Fox. In this fic, Therrae presents five ways he could have found out the truth, ending with the way things supposedely did happen.

This is one "five things" fic that really satisfied me. While it's true that some of the scenarios made me long for more, they are each self contained in a way as not to feel unfinished or too short. Some are lighter in tone, others quite depressing, but they are all quite interesting "what if" revelation scenes. My favorite scenario is, hands down, the punchline (i.e. - the way it did happen), which is absolute fantastic.

Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro
Title: Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro.
Fandom: New World Zorro.
Pairing: Gen (mentions Diego/Victoria).
Categories: Angst, Family.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: Some of the hypothetical scenarios deal with major character death.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Therrae @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
In the New World/Family Channel Zorro TV Series, Alejandro De La Vega never did find out that his son was the Fox. In this fic, Therrae presents five ways he could have found out the truth, ending with the way things supposedely did happen.

This is one "five things" fic that really satisfied me. While it's true that some of the scenarios made me long for more, they are each self contained in a way as not to feel unfinished or too short. Some are lighter in tone, others quite depressing, but they are all quite interesting "what if" revelation scenes. My favorite scenario is, hands down, the punchline (i.e. - the way it did happen), which is absolute fantastic.

Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro
Title: Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro.
Fandom: New World Zorro.
Pairing: Gen (mentions Diego/Victoria).
Categories: Angst, Family.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: Some of the hypothetical scenarios deal with major character death.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Therrae @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
In the New World/Family Channel Zorro TV Series, Alejandro De La Vega never did find out that his son was the Fox. In this fic, Therrae presents five ways he could have found out the truth, ending with the way things supposedely did happen.

This is one "five things" fic that really satisfied me. While it's true that some of the scenarios made me long for more, they are each self contained in a way as not to feel unfinished or too short. Some are lighter in tone, others quite depressing, but they are all quite interesting "what if" revelation scenes. My favorite scenario is, hands down, the punchline (i.e. - the way it did happen), which is absolute fantastic.

Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro
Title: Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro.
Fandom: New World Zorro.
Pairing: Gen (mentions Diego/Victoria).
Categories: Angst, Family.
Length: Medium.
Warnings: Some of the hypothetical scenarios deal with major character death.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Therrae @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
In the New World/Family Channel Zorro TV Series, Alejandro De La Vega never did find out that his son was the Fox. In this fic, Therrae presents five ways he could have found out the truth, ending with the way things supposedely did happen.

This is one "five things" fic that really satisfied me. While it's true that some of the scenarios made me long for more, they are each self contained in a way as not to feel unfinished or too short. Some are lighter in tone, others quite depressing, but they are all quite interesting "what if" revelation scenes. My favorite scenario is, hands down, the punchline (i.e. - the way it did happen), which is absolute fantastic.

Five Ways Alejandro Didn't Find Out About Zorro

All The King's Horses by Probeda (PG-13)

  • Jan. 19th, 2010 at 1:02 PM
Title: All The King's Horses.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Action, Angst, Family, Friendship, Hurt/Comfort, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: Quite a bit of physical violence.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Probeda @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
Outlaws are surrounding the Pueblo of Los Angeles and Zorro has been in constant demand. Meanwhile Don Alejandro is gone to visit a friend, leaving Diego in charge. Yet despite his best intentions, Diego's determination to help those in need and his desire not to fail his father might end up being his downfall.

"All The King's Horses" is a classic example of the "let's make character x suffer (a lot) so the other characters can realize how terrible they've been to him" genre, which seems to be popular in a number of fandoms. This particular fic works for me for a number of reasons. First, because the characters are fully fleshed out: Diego is not perfect (a lot of what happens is brought upon by his stubbornness) and Don Alejandro (and to a smaller extent Victoria) is not demonized, though his faults are acknowledged. Secondly, the whole plot is well constructed and follows the feel of the show: the behavior of the characters and their reactions to the events of the story are very plausible. Finally, though you get a lot of hurt (from the physical to the psychological), you also get a lot of comfort, which manages to balance a lot of the angst.

While the romance between Victoria and Diego/Zorro does get some development, what makes this story so wonderful is the amazing character interaction between Diego (who feels the burden of his responsibilities to his father and the pueblo), Don Alejandro (who loves his son despite their differences, but can't seem to make him understand that) and Felipe (who suffers under the weight of carrying Diego's secret).

Though the story presents some small issues (some chapters are badly formatted, there's no clear division between the - thankfully short and sporadic - author's notes and the text of the chapters, a couple of misused Spanish words), its quality more than makes up for it.

All The King's Horses.

All The King's Horses by Probeda (PG-13)

  • Jan. 19th, 2010 at 1:02 PM
Title: All The King's Horses.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Action, Angst, Family, Friendship, Hurt/Comfort, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: Quite a bit of physical violence.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Probeda @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
Outlaws are surrounding the Pueblo of Los Angeles and Zorro has been in constant demand. Meanwhile Don Alejandro is gone to visit a friend, leaving Diego in charge. Yet despite his best intentions, Diego's determination to help those in need and his desire not to fail his father might end up being his downfall.

"All The King's Horses" is a classic example of the "let's make character x suffer (a lot) so the other characters can realize how terrible they've been to him" genre, which seems to be popular in a number of fandoms. This particular fic works for me for a number of reasons. First, because the characters are fully fleshed out: Diego is not perfect (a lot of what happens is brought upon by his stubbornness) and Don Alejandro (and to a smaller extent Victoria) is not demonized, though his faults are acknowledged. Secondly, the whole plot is well constructed and follows the feel of the show: the behavior of the characters and their reactions to the events of the story are very plausible. Finally, though you get a lot of hurt (from the physical to the psychological), you also get a lot of comfort, which manages to balance a lot of the angst.

While the romance between Victoria and Diego/Zorro does get some development, what makes this story so wonderful is the amazing character interaction between Diego (who feels the burden of his responsibilities to his father and the pueblo), Don Alejandro (who loves his son despite their differences, but can't seem to make him understand that) and Felipe (who suffers under the weight of carrying Diego's secret).

Though the story presents some small issues (some chapters are badly formatted, there's no clear division between the - thankfully short and sporadic - author's notes and the text of the chapters, a couple of misused Spanish words), its quality more than makes up for it.

All The King's Horses.

All The King's Horses by Probeda (PG-13)

  • Jan. 19th, 2010 at 1:02 PM
Title: All The King's Horses.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Action, Angst, Family, Friendship, Hurt/Comfort, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: Quite a bit of physical violence.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Probeda @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
Outlaws are surrounding the Pueblo of Los Angeles and Zorro has been in constant demand. Meanwhile Don Alejandro is gone to visit a friend, leaving Diego in charge. Yet despite his best intentions, Diego's determination to help those in need and his desire not to fail his father might end up being his downfall.

"All The King's Horses" is a classic example of the "let's make character x suffer (a lot) so the other characters can realize how terrible they've been to him" genre, which seems to be popular in a number of fandoms. This particular fic works for me for a number of reasons. First, because the characters are fully fleshed out: Diego is not perfect (a lot of what happens is brought upon by his stubbornness) and Don Alejandro (and to a smaller extent Victoria) is not demonized, though his faults are acknowledged. Secondly, the whole plot is well constructed and follows the feel of the show: the behavior of the characters and their reactions to the events of the story are very plausible. Finally, though you get a lot of hurt (from the physical to the psychological), you also get a lot of comfort, which manages to balance a lot of the angst.

While the romance between Victoria and Diego/Zorro does get some development, what makes this story so wonderful is the amazing character interaction between Diego (who feels the burden of his responsibilities to his father and the pueblo), Don Alejandro (who loves his son despite their differences, but can't seem to make him understand that) and Felipe (who suffers under the weight of carrying Diego's secret).

Though the story presents some small issues (some chapters are badly formatted, there's no clear division between the - thankfully short and sporadic - author's notes and the text of the chapters, a couple of misused Spanish words), its quality more than makes up for it.

All The King's Horses.

All The King's Horses by Probeda (PG-13)

  • Jan. 19th, 2010 at 1:02 PM
Title: All The King's Horses.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Action, Angst, Family, Friendship, Hurt/Comfort, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: Quite a bit of physical violence.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Probeda @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
Outlaws are surrounding the Pueblo of Los Angeles and Zorro has been in constant demand. Meanwhile Don Alejandro is gone to visit a friend, leaving Diego in charge. Yet despite his best intentions, Diego's determination to help those in need and his desire not to fail his father might end up being his downfall.

"All The King's Horses" is a classic example of the "let's make character x suffer (a lot) so the other characters can realize how terrible they've been to him" genre, which seems to be popular in a number of fandoms. This particular fic works for me for a number of reasons. First, because the characters are fully fleshed out: Diego is not perfect (a lot of what happens is brought upon by his stubbornness) and Don Alejandro (and to a smaller extent Victoria) is not demonized, though his faults are acknowledged. Secondly, the whole plot is well constructed and follows the feel of the show: the behavior of the characters and their reactions to the events of the story are very plausible. Finally, though you get a lot of hurt (from the physical to the psychological), you also get a lot of comfort, which manages to balance a lot of the angst.

While the romance between Victoria and Diego/Zorro does get some development, what makes this story so wonderful is the amazing character interaction between Diego (who feels the burden of his responsibilities to his father and the pueblo), Don Alejandro (who loves his son despite their differences, but can't seem to make him understand that) and Felipe (who suffers under the weight of carrying Diego's secret).

Though the story presents some small issues (some chapters are badly formatted, there's no clear division between the - thankfully short and sporadic - author's notes and the text of the chapters, a couple of misused Spanish words), its quality more than makes up for it.

All The King's Horses.

All The King's Horses by Probeda (PG-13)

  • Jan. 19th, 2010 at 1:02 PM
Title: All The King's Horses.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Action, Angst, Family, Friendship, Hurt/Comfort, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: Quite a bit of physical violence.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Probeda @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
Outlaws are surrounding the Pueblo of Los Angeles and Zorro has been in constant demand. Meanwhile Don Alejandro is gone to visit a friend, leaving Diego in charge. Yet despite his best intentions, Diego's determination to help those in need and his desire not to fail his father might end up being his downfall.

"All The King's Horses" is a classic example of the "let's make character x suffer (a lot) so the other characters can realize how terrible they've been to him" genre, which seems to be popular in a number of fandoms. This particular fic works for me for a number of reasons. First, because the characters are fully fleshed out: Diego is not perfect (a lot of what happens is brought upon by his stubbornness) and Don Alejandro (and to a smaller extent Victoria) is not demonized, though his faults are acknowledged. Secondly, the whole plot is well constructed and follows the feel of the show: the behavior of the characters and their reactions to the events of the story are very plausible. Finally, though you get a lot of hurt (from the physical to the psychological), you also get a lot of comfort, which manages to balance a lot of the angst.

While the romance between Victoria and Diego/Zorro does get some development, what makes this story so wonderful is the amazing character interaction between Diego (who feels the burden of his responsibilities to his father and the pueblo), Don Alejandro (who loves his son despite their differences, but can't seem to make him understand that) and Felipe (who suffers under the weight of carrying Diego's secret).

Though the story presents some small issues (some chapters are badly formatted, there's no clear division between the - thankfully short and sporadic - author's notes and the text of the chapters, a couple of misused Spanish words), its quality more than makes up for it.

All The King's Horses.

All The King's Horses by Probeda (PG-13)

  • Jan. 19th, 2010 at 1:02 PM
Title: All The King's Horses.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Action, Angst, Family, Friendship, Hurt/Comfort, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: Quite a bit of physical violence.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Probeda @ Fanfiction.net

Review:
Outlaws are surrounding the Pueblo of Los Angeles and Zorro has been in constant demand. Meanwhile Don Alejandro is gone to visit a friend, leaving Diego in charge. Yet despite his best intentions, Diego's determination to help those in need and his desire not to fail his father might end up being his downfall.

"All The King's Horses" is a classic example of the "let's make character x suffer (a lot) so the other characters can realize how terrible they've been to him" genre, which seems to be popular in a number of fandoms. This particular fic works for me for a number of reasons. First, because the characters are fully fleshed out: Diego is not perfect (a lot of what happens is brought upon by his stubbornness) and Don Alejandro (and to a smaller extent Victoria) is not demonized, though his faults are acknowledged. Secondly, the whole plot is well constructed and follows the feel of the show: the behavior of the characters and their reactions to the events of the story are very plausible. Finally, though you get a lot of hurt (from the physical to the psychological), you also get a lot of comfort, which manages to balance a lot of the angst.

While the romance between Victoria and Diego/Zorro does get some development, what makes this story so wonderful is the amazing character interaction between Diego (who feels the burden of his responsibilities to his father and the pueblo), Don Alejandro (who loves his son despite their differences, but can't seem to make him understand that) and Felipe (who suffers under the weight of carrying Diego's secret).

Though the story presents some small issues (some chapters are badly formatted, there's no clear division between the - thankfully short and sporadic - author's notes and the text of the chapters, a couple of misused Spanish words), its quality more than makes up for it.

All The King's Horses.

Tempered Steel by Ruth Parker (PG-13)

  • Nov. 11th, 2008 at 8:26 AM

Title: Tempered Steel.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Adventure, Marriage of Convenience, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Zorro Fiction.

Review:  
The story of Zorro has generated dozens of adaptations – from black and white movies to two Hollywood blockbusters starring Antonio Banderas. This story is based on the TV series that aired from 1990 to 1993 on the Family channel (also known as the New World Zorro). This version had Victoria Escalante, a spirited and independent Tavern owner, as Zorro’s love interest, while she considers Diego, his alter-ego, as merely a good (if somewhat spineless) friend.

“Tempered  Steel” is loosely based on historical events. The king of Spain passes a new law that obligates every unmarried woman of property, young or old, to either marry, sell or forfeit her holdings to the Spanish government. Having been spurned by Zorro and unable to find alternatives, Victoria accepts Diego’s offer to “help” her and marries him. The story charters the evolution of their marriage and how it is affected by the secrets they keep from each other while the Mexican Revolution looms on the horizon. It is a long, well written and highly enjoyable fic, especially for those who enjoy marriage of convenience fics or that, like me, love a good “secret identity revealed” story.

Tempered Steel.

Tempered Steel by Ruth Parker (PG-13)

  • Nov. 11th, 2008 at 8:26 AM

Title: Tempered Steel.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Adventure, Marriage of Convenience, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Zorro Fiction.

Review:  
The story of Zorro has generated dozens of adaptations – from black and white movies to two Hollywood blockbusters starring Antonio Banderas. This story is based on the TV series that aired from 1990 to 1993 on the Family channel (also known as the New World Zorro). This version had Victoria Escalante, a spirited and independent Tavern owner, as Zorro’s love interest, while she considers Diego, his alter-ego, as merely a good (if somewhat spineless) friend.

“Tempered  Steel” is loosely based on historical events. The king of Spain passes a new law that obligates every unmarried woman of property, young or old, to either marry, sell or forfeit her holdings to the Spanish government. Having been spurned by Zorro and unable to find alternatives, Victoria accepts Diego’s offer to “help” her and marries him. The story charters the evolution of their marriage and how it is affected by the secrets they keep from each other while the Mexican Revolution looms on the horizon. It is a long, well written and highly enjoyable fic, especially for those who enjoy marriage of convenience fics or that, like me, love a good “secret identity revealed” story.

Tempered Steel.

Tempered Steel by Ruth Parker (PG-13)

  • Nov. 11th, 2008 at 8:26 AM

Title: Tempered Steel.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Adventure, Marriage of Convenience, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Zorro Fiction.

Review:  
The story of Zorro has generated dozens of adaptations – from black and white movies to two Hollywood blockbusters starring Antonio Banderas. This story is based on the TV series that aired from 1990 to 1993 on the Family channel (also known as the New World Zorro). This version had Victoria Escalante, a spirited and independent Tavern owner, as Zorro’s love interest, while she considers Diego, his alter-ego, as merely a good (if somewhat spineless) friend.

“Tempered  Steel” is loosely based on historical events. The king of Spain passes a new law that obligates every unmarried woman of property, young or old, to either marry, sell or forfeit her holdings to the Spanish government. Having been spurned by Zorro and unable to find alternatives, Victoria accepts Diego’s offer to “help” her and marries him. The story charters the evolution of their marriage and how it is affected by the secrets they keep from each other while the Mexican Revolution looms on the horizon. It is a long, well written and highly enjoyable fic, especially for those who enjoy marriage of convenience fics or that, like me, love a good “secret identity revealed” story.

Tempered Steel.

Tempered Steel by Ruth Parker (PG-13)

  • Nov. 11th, 2008 at 8:26 AM

Title: Tempered Steel.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Adventure, Marriage of Convenience, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Zorro Fiction.

Review:  
The story of Zorro has generated dozens of adaptations – from black and white movies to two Hollywood blockbusters starring Antonio Banderas. This story is based on the TV series that aired from 1990 to 1993 on the Family channel (also known as the New World Zorro). This version had Victoria Escalante, a spirited and independent Tavern owner, as Zorro’s love interest, while she considers Diego, his alter-ego, as merely a good (if somewhat spineless) friend.

“Tempered  Steel” is loosely based on historical events. The king of Spain passes a new law that obligates every unmarried woman of property, young or old, to either marry, sell or forfeit her holdings to the Spanish government. Having been spurned by Zorro and unable to find alternatives, Victoria accepts Diego’s offer to “help” her and marries him. The story charters the evolution of their marriage and how it is affected by the secrets they keep from each other while the Mexican Revolution looms on the horizon. It is a long, well written and highly enjoyable fic, especially for those who enjoy marriage of convenience fics or that, like me, love a good “secret identity revealed” story.

Tempered Steel.

Tempered Steel by Ruth Parker (PG-13)

  • Nov. 11th, 2008 at 8:26 AM

Title: Tempered Steel.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Adventure, Marriage of Convenience, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Zorro Fiction.

Review:  
The story of Zorro has generated dozens of adaptations – from black and white movies to two Hollywood blockbusters starring Antonio Banderas. This story is based on the TV series that aired from 1990 to 1993 on the Family channel (also known as the New World Zorro). This version had Victoria Escalante, a spirited and independent Tavern owner, as Zorro’s love interest, while she considers Diego, his alter-ego, as merely a good (if somewhat spineless) friend.

“Tempered  Steel” is loosely based on historical events. The king of Spain passes a new law that obligates every unmarried woman of property, young or old, to either marry, sell or forfeit her holdings to the Spanish government. Having been spurned by Zorro and unable to find alternatives, Victoria accepts Diego’s offer to “help” her and marries him. The story charters the evolution of their marriage and how it is affected by the secrets they keep from each other while the Mexican Revolution looms on the horizon. It is a long, well written and highly enjoyable fic, especially for those who enjoy marriage of convenience fics or that, like me, love a good “secret identity revealed” story.

Tempered Steel.

Tempered Steel by Ruth Parker (PG-13)

  • Nov. 11th, 2008 at 8:26 AM

Title: Tempered Steel.
Fandom: Zorro (Family Channel/New World version).
Pairing: Diego de la Vega/Victoria Escalante.
Categories: Adventure, Marriage of Convenience, Romance.
Length: Epic.
Warnings: None.

Author on LJ: n/a
Author Website: Zorro Fiction.

Review:  
The story of Zorro has generated dozens of adaptations – from black and white movies to two Hollywood blockbusters starring Antonio Banderas. This story is based on the TV series that aired from 1990 to 1993 on the Family channel (also known as the New World Zorro). This version had Victoria Escalante, a spirited and independent Tavern owner, as Zorro’s love interest, while she considers Diego, his alter-ego, as merely a good (if somewhat spineless) friend.

“Tempered  Steel” is loosely based on historical events. The king of Spain passes a new law that obligates every unmarried woman of property, young or old, to either marry, sell or forfeit her holdings to the Spanish government. Having been spurned by Zorro and unable to find alternatives, Victoria accepts Diego’s offer to “help” her and marries him. The story charters the evolution of their marriage and how it is affected by the secrets they keep from each other while the Mexican Revolution looms on the horizon. It is a long, well written and highly enjoyable fic, especially for those who enjoy marriage of convenience fics or that, like me, love a good “secret identity revealed” story.

Tempered Steel.

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