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Once Upon a Tag - Anna  Adams Once Upon a Tag was a surprising, sweet short story. It's the tale of David, a fine Art student, straight laced, respectful, he's all about appearances. Late one night on the train home he spies a young woman graffiti bombing the station and immediately recognises her as the infamous "Masked Menace" who's guilty of spreading her art on some of Paris's most famous landmarks. Determined to bring her to justice, David hops off the train and thus begins a wild night of adrenaline filled chases as David and the "Masked Menace" who goes by Rita connect in the most unlikely of circumstances. I really liked both David and Rita, two polar opposites at least at first we slowly learn that they have more in common than what first meets the eye. The secondary character of Officer Gerard was an amusing addition, a man caught between duty and his love for Art. My only complaint is that the story was too short, I really want to know what happens next! Particularly with the ending that made me laugh out loud at just how ballsy Rita really is! Great little story! Many thanks to the author for providing me with a copy for a fair and honest review. See more reviews at What Danielle Did Next