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Old November 12 2009, 07:35 PM   #1
Tara
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star trek: the original series fan fiction

The Nick of Time
Nothing quite like a cave-in to bring two officers closer together. Rated PG.

T'Kay Tales
From The Terran Coyote to The Klingon K'Ortar: Tricksters of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants (Revised Expanded 4th Edition). Rated PG.

Paradigm Shift
Set after the events of Vulcan's Glory. Number One thought perhaps she was going mad. Because for a second, she could have sworn Captain Christopher Pike had just invited her to dinner. Rated NC-17.

Water Sports
Pike convinces introduces Number One to a time honoured tradition. Rated PG-13.

No Small Dreams
Six years after Pike returns to Talos IV, Number One is finally given a chance to say good-bye. Rated PG-13.


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Boundaries
Vulcans are touch telepaths. Rated G.

Discipline
Never let it be said that Nyota Uhura doesn't know how to have fun. Rated PG.

House Rules
It was Gaila who started "The Rules". Rated PG.

Sweet Little Lies
Everyone knows about Orion girls. Rated PG-13.

Ad Astra
Putting into practice that which he had previously understood only in theory was more difficult than Spock had anticipated. Rated PG.

A Brief History of Lt (j.g.) Gaila Aboard the USS Enterprise (NCC 1701)
Her first month aboard Enterprise, Gaila is put on Gamma Shift in Engineering. Rated PG.

A Thousand Words For Snow
Vulcans have no word for "lover". Rated PG-13.

Skinned Knees and Second Chances
Chris Pike had spent the last four years with a fixed goal in sight, and always moving forward. Rated PG.

Mission Accomplished
Today's the day. Rated PG.

Context
Nobody likes dress uniforms. Rated NC-17.

Safe and Sound
Gaila doesn't understand human women. Rated NC-17.

By Any Other Name
Number One has been called many things. Rated PG.

Her Hands
Her hands are strong and clever. Rated G.

The Size of His Dream
Leonard McCoy was not what Christopher Pike expected. Rated PG.

Night Shift
Pike's never done this before. Rated PG.

The Benefits of Pragmatism
One of the things Chris loved about her was how competent she was. Rated PG.

Cognitive Dissonance
Mirror Universe. What mattered to Number One was that she was strong enough to keep her position as first officer, and thus far she'd done exactly that without having to warm Captain Pike's bed. That grace period was over. Warning: this story contains dubious consent, past non-con, knife play, power play, fear play, and insertive sex play. Rated NC-17.


star trek: voyager fan fiction

Shared Pain, Shared Joy
When Jenny Delaney is injured in a Kazon attack, Meghan turns to her best--and possibly only--friend Tom Paris to help her through it.

Would You, Could You
Set a few weeks after "Blood Fever." Involves a birthday party, stuffed animals, Dr. Seuss, and deep, meaningful relationship-type stuff. Rated PG-13.

Needing The Lie
Set directly after the events depicted in "Real Life."When Tom tells B'Elanna what happened to the Doctor's daughter, she is guilt-stricken, and seeks to make amends. Rated G.

Trust No Glass
B'Elanna and Tom go out on a real, candles and music dinner date. Meanwhile, B'Elanna and Meg Delaney square off. Rated PG.

Day of Honor - Missing Scene
Another proper tag to "Day of Honor." Rated PG.

Admiral's Personal Log
The letter Tom never recieved from Owen Paris in "Hunters." Rated PG.

The Steep and Thorny Way
Noah Lessing remarks upon his first feew weeks aboard Rated PG.
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Old January 16 2010, 06:39 PM   #2
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Crossed Wires
The thing Gaila noticed first about Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott was how his ears turned bright pink when he talked to her. Rated PG.

Downtime
The cell was barely large enough for both of them. Rated PG.

star trek: the original series fan fiction

The Velvet Ribbon
Number One cultivates a certain image of unflappable, unshakeable, and unemotional with intent. Rated PG.

In Her Satin Tights, Fighting For Her Rights
Number One did not understand Hallowe'en. Rated PG.
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Old December 15 2010, 04:29 AM   #3
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Definitive
Christopher Pike needs a dictionary. Rated PG.

Private Myths
Six hours into their captivity—more than twelve hours since Pike's abduction and almost twenty hours since Number One's last sleep cycle—she slid into the illusion without realising it. Rated PG-13.

Doctor's Orders
Set after "Paradigm Shift". When the crew quarters on deck 5 are damaged in a Tholian attack, Pike and Number One have to make do with alternate sleeping arrangements. Rated NC-17.

Two Hours and Fourty-Six Minutes Later
This was not how Number One had hoped to start their shore leave. Rated PG-13.

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This House (Ain't No Home)
They had made their choice, and they had to live with it. But that didn't mean it was easy. Rated PG.

Control Issues
Mirror Universe. Pike is no fool. He knows she doesn't love him. Rated NC-17.

Different Theres and Elsewheres
Mirror Universe. Number One was neither foolish nor naïve. Rated R.

The Dance
Gaila was one of exactly six Orion cadets in the graduating class of 2258. Rated PG.

Counting the Seconds
Every time they are together, it just makes it harder for her to leave. Rated PG.

Force of Habit
Set post-film. All Leonard McCoy wanted in this world was to hold his little girl again. Rated PG-13.

Mirror Universe Commentfic
Mirror Universe. Compilation of MU snippets. Rated PG-13.

The Quality of Mercy
Mirror Universe. It was not Number One's first assassination attempt. Rated NC-17.
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Old December 15 2010, 08:04 PM   #4
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Water Sports and Definitive were okay.
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Old December 15 2010, 08:06 PM   #5
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I forgot that I'd changed the title after I'd posted here. Glad you enjoyed them. Or, erm... at least found them adequate
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