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Hot Crossings
by: Rebecca Anne Stewart, Christy Lake & Misty Dawn

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Comment by Teddi Aldoennetti on 08/14/08
I have only just found the heart wrenching factual story "Hot Crossings" chapters 1 to 38 and begun to read them. I was hooked with chapter one and did not stop reading (except to pause for a new hanky between each and every chapter) until I finished chapter 38 at four o'clock this morning. I destroyed five boxes of tissues in the process.
I suspected this phenomenal authoress might have had an untimely demise since the postings of the story were dated in 2003, and as I read I discovered there were too many accurate details contained within the story for the individual not to have experienced them firsthand.
When I finished chapter 38, still bawling like a baby, I went to your "where are they now?" to see if Becky had moved to another site. I discovered there that she had passed in 2003.
After shedding more tears and selfishly wishing I had known her, I realized that she left a legacy for us all. She left her sparkling personality, wit, and courage for us all to marvel upon and cherish for all time.
She left us a most lasting legacy,her story. We indeed shall miss her, even those of us who did not know her at that time but who have come to feel her empathy and childlike acceptance of the world around her.
There are those marvelous souls who have the "gift" to feel and sense in others that which needs to be felt and the ability to say and do exactly the right thing necessary to remove at least a part of the pain, both physical and psychological, which is troubling other souls.
Reading these chapters tells me that Rebecca was indeed one of the few gifted souls.
We may glory in the fact that for her, even as the long battle closes, God reached out and welcomed her. Her soul is forever protected by His grace and love.
Again I am being selfish for I am crying and wishing I could know her.
Perhaps, if I am very, very good, I shall have that opportunity to met her with her perfect body and marvelous mind and soul intact, mothering thousands of children who have gone on so early in their short lives.
God Bless You Becky
Teddi Aldoennetti

Comment by Denise Michelle on 10/14/07
Well I have read this story over and over again and it still does a good number on my Heart and it sort of tells me that you are a very wonderful person and I wish you all the best that comes your way . Now would you please add to the story some more and let us you readers into more of the life of Becky and her sweet heart Bob. I can see that there is much more to this story than you are telling and to me at least it tells me a story of a woman with an awful lot of heart and soul . Once more I wish you all the best as you only deserve the best. And rikki please continue with more updates of Rebbeca that you once more and take care cause we love you all. Denise Michelle

Comment by Vivien on 07/20/07
I have just finished chater 38. It took me a while to get there through all of the tears and all but I did make it! Ron Johnson is absolutley correct. This would make for a perfect movie! All I have to add to this is, UH? Where's the rest? I hope we are not going to be left hanging.
This is one fantastice story!


Vivien


Comment by Vivien on 06/28/07
I am still reading this story as I find time and energy to do so. It is a fantastic story of love! I love it even though our star has cancer. That is what makes it so emotional for me to deal with. I read a little, cry and shut it off for a while.


Vivien


Comment by Vivien Tena Britton on 06/11/07
Chapter 12
How can anyone possibly finish this story when they are crying through the whole thing? I can only make it half way through this chapter tonight,sheesh! This is an excellent story!


Vivien


Comment by Vivien Tena' on 06/03/07
I like the story and love the main character. You did and excellent job from the start with her! However I have to read this story one little peice at a time. The reason is is that my mother has cancer too. It started with her esophagus and is now in her lungs! She is winning it seems though as I have been teaching her an old technique used long ago. Her mind!


Vivien


Comment by Denise on 04/13/07
Rebecca love you have a very good heartful story and I love every bitt of it and it really hits one right in their soul. For witch I must say affects me very deep and yet it tells a deep heart felt story to witch goes deep into ones heart I wish you the very best in all your endevers please kepp up the good work. I feel the need when I read your story to just keep on reading . It has toushed a part of me that I had thought was dead . Once more thank you very much.

Comment by Ron Johnson on 09/25/06
I have just completed reading the Hot Crossings through all current chapters. First let me state that Rebecca Ann Stewart had a fantastic story line going and RikkiB has done a terrific job in keeping the story going. The story is rich with various characters and how everybody interacts with everybody else. It truly portrays life.

The big question is when will I see more of this truly amazing story? Rikki please keep up the good work. I for one would like to see a movie made out of it!


Comment by Stephen Hoye on 11/14/05
A beautifully written story.  Please when are we going to see the rest of it.  This is one that is crying out to be completed.  

Comment by christi on 10/11/05
I am so greatful I was able to read this wonderful touching story it is so beautyful, and sad . such a powerful story .. I would have loved to see the story finished .. I am still shedding tears over the loss of such a strong , powerful,loving ,soul,, the world is so much smaller for this loss ..How I would have loved to talk to this writer.
laughter, and huggs when they are given freely do help the souls that are hurting so much thank you for all you did , for as long as you did you live on in my heart
God Bless you and give you lots of huggs
Love Christi

Comment by anonymousOne on 06/29/05
After Chapter 38 - It's great that Bob is making an honest woman out of Becky. These two characters realize that life is short and want to make the most of the time they have. It may be for a little while, or it may be well into their old age. They face uncertainty, doubt and fear and turn to social commitment in the form of marriage vows to confront the unknown and find comfort. I wish the happy couple and the story authors well!
I had sort of forgotten about Becky's cats and sister. Thanks for the reminder that Becky maintains her family connections. Once someone comes into contact with Becky she doesn't forget them easily. She seems to spend more time being considerate of others than in thinking about her own (dire) situation.
It's nice to have Becky "back".

anonymousOne

Comment by aanonymousOne on 04/23/05
Hi,

Just wanted to write and say that I continue to think about the Hot Crossings story characters and check Crystal's site hoping to find more to the story. I continue to be an interested reader and want to reinforce that this is a worthwhile serial that I very much hope continues. You are good people to write the way that you do. Your story is deeply affecting.

Hoping all is well...

anonymousOne  

Comment by Sirearle on 01/20/05
Hello Rebecca,

Thank you for such a sensitive and beautiful story dealing with an insidious monster  I have only recently started to read 'Hot Crossings' ( finished chapter 20 yesterday)  I found it too difficult when it was first posted.  Even now I find it difficult to read more than a little at a time.  I am however finding it helpful.  You have managed to combine a magical romance with a remarkable picture of  suffering , pain and heroism.

My beloved wife of 25yrs ,  Carolynne Dale was diagnosed with  lung  cancer  in Feb. 2002.  We were determined defeat this monster together.  Throughout our battle we remained a couple. Except for a few Xrays and a surgical procedure we were never separated.  We held each other  and comforted each other through the entire dark Journey.   At first we thought we were winning this fight we had to win.   Intially Carolynne's tumour was8cm.  by July  '02 following chemotherapy the tumour was reduced to 1cm.  We began to hope afresh and then on my birthday   6/11/02  a scan revealed " a significant number" of lesions in Carolynne's  brain .  This proved to be sadistic torture rather than an illness. Despite all efforts Caroynne lost her gallant battle early on Sunday 29th June '03 the legendary boatman had called for my love and taken her to place of eternal rest.  

I may at sometime attempt to write the story of  our journey, In the meantime Rebecca  thank you for your very special story.

                                      Earle  

Comment by anonymousOne on 01/09/05
After Chapter 37 - After reading Chapter 37 I really appreciate how many characters have been involved in the story. I should have kept a tally sheet on how many times you mention characters that we have run into earlier in the story. For example Pip's phone call and the reference to shopping at Mona's. You again bring a perspective to how people deal with potentially catastrophic disease. In this chapter the disease is ignored during the good times but always inserts itself into the story through the need for medications, the presence of professional care givers or just the weariness when becoming too playful. You introduced a specific threat in the form of the alarming blood test results. You seem to support Susan Sontag's view that facing potentially fatal disease is like looking into the sun, you can only do it for so long before it blinds you. The chapter continues the roller coaster ride through highs and lows of emotion. This chapter is particularly genuine because of its subtleness of lurking danger without resorting to overt physical attacks by socio-paths. I wonder if Bob's security office busines venture is a precusor to bringing some of the nastier elements in society to Becky's doorstep?

Thank you again for continuing the story and I hope that there is more to follow.

Happy New Year to All,

anonymousOne
   


Comment by anonymousOne on 09/22/04
after Chapter 36 - This chapter was a multiple tissue chapter for me. The chapter heightens the contrast between the fictional world of a cancer patient and the real world of a person afflicted by disease. Becky's coping behaviors -- whether it is her ability to make true friends, her empathy for others, her ability to bring out the best in others, her memory of everyone she meets saying that they are all important, and in this chapter her bringing them all together to enjoy each other within a community that is of Becky's making -- contrast with the life of too many real life people afflicted with illness who face social isolation and a withering away from a world that goes on without them. For each "up" presented in the metaphor of a party, I could sense the corresponding "down" in real life. The contrast was effective and extremely emotionally charged.

That's probably more than I should write other than to thank you again for continuing the story, and to remark, again, how absolutely amazing I find your writing.

Best,

anonymousOne    

Comment by anonymousOne on 09/07/04
after chapt 35 - It is a little tough getting into the Christmas mood in September, but your accurate description of the trappings of the Christmas season managed to take me there. Thank you for continuing to use Sara to explain things that a committed reader should already know, in this case how Becky miraculously recovered from her treatment to participate in the Holiday. Although the story emotes joy, I personally feel sad when thinking about our beloved author Rebecca Anne and wish that miracles could have been more real for her.

I got pretty nervous when Sara and Becky went into public without any personal security. Becky is the intimate companion of a billionaire with enemies. It would be consistent with the storyline to assume that the group has been watched and probably followed to their residence. Is Sara aware of the potential harm to her patient, and to herself, from the lurking evildoers? Why hasn't Martin reacted?

The fun continues to be that I don't know where the story is going to end up, but I am dropping you this note to let you know, again, that I am enjoying the (sleigh) ride.

Best,

anonymousOne

Comment by anonymouaOne on 08/26/04
After Chapter 34 - Another very well written chapter with seemingly all-to-real physical and emotional reactions to chemo. As tough as your subject is, you still find ways to keep the story interesting by introducing Sara to whom everything that I was starting to take for granted in the story is seen through fresh eyse, and hence remains fresh to me too. Nice writing touch!

Best,

AnonymousOne

Comment by anonymousOne on 08/08/04
After Chapt 33 - Any words fail to express my feelings after reading this chapter. I guess the closest I can come is to say that I am left with feelings of gratitude and thankfulness for being allowed to share this all-to-real experience. It is also humbling and intimidating to be in the presence of such honesty and, yes, innocence.

anonymousOne

Comment by Diane Castle on 08/02/04
I am a latecomer to this story.. but then, I'm a latecomer to Storysite as well!  I just wanted to tell you how much I have enjoyed this story, and how much it matters to me that you have given of yourself to extend this story.  

I read and re-read the chemo chapters and the chapters where Becky gives of herself on the wards.  These parts mean so much to me that it is hard to express.  I lost my father to cancer just three weeks after Becky died.  But there is a further connection.  My father was a pediatrician, and as such, over decades, had many patients with cancer (he started med school right after WWII and didn't retire until nearly 2000, so he saw cancer patients in six different decades).  I saw the intentional silliness and humor of doctors dealing with illnesses no one should ever have to endure.  I saw how doctors and nurses dealing with the terminally ill needed their own outlets.  And I saw how caring and patient and giving my father was for children who needed him.  So this story means far more to me than just another TG story on Storysite.  Thank you for continuing on along Becky's trail.

Love,
Diane

Comment by JulieO on 08/01/04
I just want to thank you for honoring me by including my name is this very touching and emotional epic. Thank you.
Love,
  JulieO

Comment by anonymousOne on 07/28/04
After Chapter 32 - As you can tell, I scan Crystal's site every few days always hoping to find a next installment of "Hot Crossings". "Hot Crossings" is truely among the top of the continuing story heap in terms of characters and interesting settings. I also like the way the story wonders at times, in this chapter a sharp turn to a Swedish eatery, and a trip off-stage for Pip to visit with her family.  You don't need me to tell you not to worry about not being in a hurry -- I certatinly am not either.  The story continues to connect with chords of comedy, tragedy, action and drama. Thank you for continuing along. 'Till next time...

anonymousOne

Comment by anonymousOne on 07/17/04
After Chapter 30 - Another scene that surprised me. This time it is the "mommy" nurse who treats here adult patients like children, because they are so in need. My preconception was of nurses who encourage independence in their patients to provide self-aid in their recovery. In this case the nurse encourages dependence by the patient, and responsibility by Pip the care giver. This is probably true-to-life for these critically ill patients. Thank you for the insight, and thank you for another wonderfully written addition to the saga.

anonymousOne

Comment by Jerrie526 on 07/12/04
This is an absolutely fantastic series. I have been doing some catchup over the last few days and I am absolutely enthralled with it. I do so hope that it is finished in the near future. The waiting is nearly a killer. Thank you for the story.

Jerrie

Comment by anonymousOne on 07/11/04
Thank you for an other great episode of this adventure-romance. After all of these chapters the plot line is still wide open for development, this time with the introduction of Bob's nemisis who may be lurking near by.  

Look forward to dinner out with the group...

anonymousOne  

Comment by Nina Matrix on 07/01/04
I have loved the story so far.  BUT it seams to be missing Chapter/Part 30!  Witch is my sole disapointment in an otherwise delicious tale.

Comment by anonymousOne on 06/03/04
After Chapter 29 - The note at the end of the chapter that says "some of the events were real" had a shock effect that left me sitting on the edge of my chair.  So far the most uniquely real bits of the story have been the experiences in the hospital (some of which are particularily chilling) and now the military experience. I'm starting to wonder, too, if maybe Becker's father might have more basis in experience than I origionally thought. I had sort of thought of him as a compilation of several people getting together to share every bad story they have heard about fathers, and then putting these characteristics into one character. Could this guy be real?

I love the device of the therapist. It provides a nice entry to Becky's make-up (psychological, not cosmetic).  I'm not sure if it was intentional but there is a great image of reminding the reader that Becky needs a medical corset to keep her from physically falling apart, at the same time that she is at risk of falling apart emotionally. Nice foreshadowing. As is your habit, fantastic job! I look forward to the next chapter.

Comment by anonymousOne on 04/20/04
After Chapter 28 - I hope that it is as easy to write this story as it is to read. The characters are developed, and cruising along. Bob continues to be depicted as a really good and thoughtful guy. Beckers is headed for new troubles. This chapter felt like the calm in the eye of a storm. I'm looking forward to what's next.

Comment by anonymousOne on 03/10/04
After Chapter 27 - This continues to be a decent, human story. Another appropriate word, too, might be pathos because the story has so many emotional highs and emotional lows. The story also has something that I can't put to words. It conveys feeling. I really feel pain and joy and mystery as it is experienced by the characters in the story. The emotions in this story are not cheaply offered, and I assure you they are respectfully received. Although the set-up is unlikely - meeting a billionaire - where the story has gone is all heart. I am enjoying each chapter, and every scene.

Comment by EFfan on 02/05/04
I have been reading this story for over a year, and I have to apologize for not leaving a comment before.  I know I should leave more comments for all the stories I read. I will try harder to do that in the future. Sorry.
Every month I find another little bit of the story to read, and it gives me something to look forward to.  although I wish there was more to read than only one chapter a month.
I like this story because it is very different than most of the other ones I find here and at Fictinmania and Big Closet.  This story is like a modern day fairy tale where there is a princess and she has a magic kingdom.  But this princess has problems too, so her life is not perfect.
When I read about Becky's medical problems, I feel sorry for her because she had to acquire the experience so that it could be reported in such detail I know that person was Becky in real life.  She suffered so much in her life.  I would have liked to know the real Becky, she sounds like she would have been very special, if she was anything like the story Becky.  
Thank you for writing this story Becky. I hope you have found the peace and goodness that you deserve.
Although there is no sex in this story, I find it very sexy because it makes you understand how Becky feels inside, and the love she has for Bob.  If Becky wasn't transgendered this would be a good romance novel.
Thank you for writing it. I hope this story has a happy ending.  I will start looking again in another week for another chapter to read.

Comment by anonymousOne on 12/13/03
Chapter 25 - Thank you for this latest chapter. I continue to enjoy the story and keep looking for the "next" chapter. It is erie that the hospital scenes and experiences are so well described.

Comment by anonymousOne on 06/04/03
If friends or family read this comment, please accept my condolences on your sad loss.

I've enjoyed this story from the start. Great characters. Great attention to the mundane. Really great connection to the emotions. Great plot devices (premonitions, extended family, mystical powers). I've been checking the site regularly looking for the next chapter.

I feel loss, sadness and gratitude, at the same time.
 

Comment by EvaBirgitta on 06/04/03
Its with great sadness Ill read the note after chapter 17 that Becky has lost her struggle. Ive understood that she had great experience about cancer, but I didnt thought that she was right in her own struggle. I like the story as well the characters in it and I can now see that you all exist. Thank you for a wonderful story and Ill hope you can continue it and that we all can honor Becky and all others who struggle with a lifethreating disease. Its like I know Becky and all of you who participated in it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

EvaBirgitta
Sweden

Comment by Misty_Dawn on 05/04/03
At the moment I am saying this, my best friend's Hot Crossings has reached her milestone 10,000 readers.  Rebecca, I have been honored by you to be named as co-autor, though I did little more than add a few flowers along the way.   Thank you ever so much for allowing me to be a small part of such a great work.

Your friend and sister,

Misty

Comment by Prudence Walker on 05/03/03
This story is really impressive. it deserves more than just a quick comment. real life treatment of cancer is entwined with a nice love story. becky has  brought the mix to life in a way that is different from any other story on the web. the love the character shows is felt by the reader and is a reflection of the authors love she shares with those who know her in the chatroom. huggles becky for sharing a part of yourself with us.  love from prue

Comment by Scarlet on 05/03/03
WOW!!!! THIS STORY JUST GETS BETTER AND BETTER. ECELEENT WORK REBECCA

Comment by Scarlet on 04/04/03
Great story Rebecca. you have touched my soul with your talent. thankyou. may god keep you safe. hugs, Scarlet

Comment by Anonymous on 04/04/03
Thank you for this engaging, enjoyble and damn good, sorry Momma, series.  Just writing to let you know that it is greatly appreciated

Comment by P.T.Girl on 04/03/03
    I don't believe it!  This story just keeps getting better and better.  You have a hit on your hands Rebecca.  If you keep this up, someone is going to want to buy the rights from you to turn this into a Hollywood movie.  I can't wait for more.  Please make it soon.
     A real Fan.

Comment by Cindy Lee on 04/02/03
Dear Rebecca.  Thank you for continuing this story.  I read the first four chapters and when there was nothing that came for a long time afterwards I got depressed and upset, because I thought "Here's another one of those storys that starts out good and then never gets finished."  I do hope that this story is not one of those.

  So far I have loved everybit, and I just have to find out what happens with Becky and Bob.  Does he know about her secret?  If not, Is she going to tell him?  I can hardly wait to see more.  Please make it soon.
                   Thank you.  Cindy Lee.

Comment by DeeDee Clark on 03/14/03
Great story, wonderful sense of humor. I am anxious to read more. Please make it soon.  Love DeeDee

PS  Please don't have a sad ending.

Comment by Tracy on 02/19/03
   I read all of what you have posted here right after one another.  I had to keep going.  I was really sad when I ran out.  I hope you have more soon, because Iwould like to know how Becky makes out.  Do she and Bob  become lovers?

  A frind told me about this story, and I'm glad I took her advice.

          Hope to see more soon.  Tracy.

Comment by O-men on 02/09/03
loved it, a refreshing change from the usual bleh! keep it up.

Comment by Pervette on 02/01/03
All I can say is, I'm sure glad *my* oncologist isn't a comedian.
When I go for treatment, the only one making silly jokes is me.
(Radiation man: "We have to make these marks permanent."  Me: "You
mean you're going to tattoo me?"  Radiation man: "Well. yes."
Me: "Fine.  I'd like a naked lady.")  Patients can get away with
this; physicians, never.

Pervy

Comment by chrisl on 02/01/03
A wonderful story that has humor and love through hard times and a message we can be as good as we want to be.
Thankyou
Hugs and Kisses
Chrisl.  

Comment by Snoopy on 02/01/03
arrruullllfffff!!

Comment by HuggyBear on 01/31/03
Well written story with plenty of depth and feeling.
I loved it.
Keep it coming.

Comment by horseman on 01/31/03
What to say?  
Good? Absolutely so.  
Real? Without any doubt.    
Touching? Unquestioned.
Want more? Yes.


Comment by Cathleen Hitch on 01/31/03
Keep up the good work. Becky you have a very touching story going there.

Comment by Jenna Hitch on 01/31/03
I loved this story very much. The warmth and style come through and touch the reader deeply. This is a warm and tender story of love and life. I cant wait to read the rest of it.


Comment by Scarlet on 01/31/03
A differnt type of story, rarely seen here. Nice work Rebecca, i hope to see more soon. Hugs

Comment by Prudence Walker on 01/30/03
Well at long last. a story that tells you how it is as a cancer patient, but told in a light humoured way that belies its seriousness.  look out for the many more chapters to come. its gripping. huggles from prue



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