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All That We Shall Be by Anna S Greener Rated: ADULT (NC-17) starstarstarstarstar [Reviews - 12]
Summary:

Spock is reluctant to bond with Kirk after the fal tor pan, and Kirk fears he’ll lose Spock forever if Spock can’t decide if he still wants him.

Originally published in 2000 in the print fanzine Beyond Dreams # 2 (Editor: Jenna Sinclair)


Categories: Fiction
Characters: McCoy
Crossover Fandom: None
Genres: Kirk/Spock Slash
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Angst, Established Relationship
Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Universe: ST:TOS Original Universe
Warnings: Infidelity
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 16461 Read Count: 7593
[Report This] Published: 04/08/2011 Updated: 04/08/2011
Reviewer: whochick Signed starstarstarstarstar
Date: 04/10/2011 Title: Chapter 1: Chapter 1

I thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful analysis of the potential pitfalls of post fal-tor-pan bondmates.  It's both subtle and strikingly in your face at times, which seems to work well for TOS k/s on so many levels.  I particularly enjoyed the sense of humour with which you imbued pre fal-tor-pan Spock; I think it's a quality that is often overlooked by writers, partuclarly newer TOS writers who compare Nimoy's Spock to Quinto's.  Mems.

Spice by eimeo Rated: ADULT (NC-17) starstarstarstarstar [Reviews - 346]
Summary:

It’s a question of biology. Vulcan biology.

The problem with falling in love with a member of an insanely private species is that it just might take you the best part of a five year mission to work out that the feelings are requited. And then you might discover that he’s already decided that the two of you can never be together.

And what are you supposed to do if he won’t tell you why?

~*~

Written as a response to T'Lara’s ingenious challenge, which is noted when it shows up in-text. Huge thanks to my fantastic betas Frodolass, penguin_attie and miloowen for being, well, fantastic. Any mistakes that remain are all mine.

If you'd like to download a PDF copy of the full novel (minus the author notes but including the translations from Vulcan), click here.

Also, the talented veta_black has created a fanmix for the fic, which you can access here.


Categories: Fiction
Characters: Amanda, Lori Ciani, McCoy, Original Character(s), Sarek
Crossover Fandom: None
Genres: K/S plus K/other or S/other, Kirk/Spock Pre-Slash, Kirk/Spock Slash
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Angst, Character Study, First Time, Romance
Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Universe: ST:TOS Original Universe
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 55 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 282270 Read Count: 144358
[Report This] Published: 10/31/2011 Updated: 11/13/2014
Reviewer: whochick Signed starstarstarstarstar
Date: 03/25/2012 Title: Chapter 1: Prologue

This is a real gem of a story, all the more worthwhile reading because of the excellent pace and insightful character development. I'm really enjoying the background you've given Spock - especially his concerns about interspecies relationships with Vulcans. It lends credence to his conflict over his feelings for Jim. I'm very much looking forward to the next installment!

Author's Response: Oh my God, I just made a kind of strangled squeaking noise (it wasn't dignified) when I saw that I'd got a review from the author of "Leave No Soul Behind" (otherwise known as the fic that I loved SO DAMN MUCH that I basically ignored stuff like sleep, work and food in order to devour it from start to finish in a matter of days). Thank you for this! It means so much to get this kind of feedback, and when it comes from an author whose work I adore, it's unbelievably exciting!