Hurting Spock by Juni

I know that there are dozens of stories where Kirk is wronged by Spock and his crew, but can we have (just this once please) a story where it's Spock who was wronged by the others. Either he is accused of cheating on Jim or a treason - whatever. Cue that Jim tells him to leave and never go back. So Spock resigns and hides himself on some remote planet, hurt, miserable and ready to die now that he is without his beloved. Meanwhile Jim finds out the truth and tries to find Spock to make things right again.

Bonus points for:

Spock Prime being involved, byt this time he is from the beginning on his younger self side and despite his love for Jim it's hard for him to forgive the human who hurt Spock so deeply

Spock being so hurt and confused that he cannot bear to interact other beings anymore, afraid of getting hurt even more than he already is. He just  (super love if he went through similar trauma as a child, so Jim's act was like the worst blow that could happen to him. He trusted Jim with all he had and Kirk just ruined him)

Jim asking Chris, Nyota and every person that knew Spock for help as he doesn't know how to act around Spock and how to coax him out oh his protective shell.

Pretty please? I want Jim to do the "begging on my knees" act for once.


Categories: Fiction
Characters: McCoy
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Summary: Spock’s life is shattered by an incident on shore leave. Jim’s reaction only scatters the pieces further, until Spock is certain he can never rebuild what has been lost. A response to Juni's Hurting Spock challenge.
Categories: Works in Progress
Characters: McCoy
Crossover Fandom: None
Genres: Kirk/Spock Slash
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Angst, MPREG
Trope (OPTIONAL): Hurt Spock
Universe: Abrams Universe
Warnings: Rape
Challenges: Hurting Spock
Series: None
Chapters: 14 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 22858 Read Count: 67142
[Report This] Published: 01/20/2012 Updated: 06/13/2017