Date: 09/02/2009 11:06 AM Title: "And In the Darkness Bind You..."
some damn good fanfiction right there. just perfect. i agree with the other comments that this story is such a natural progression from the episode. Sooooo good and so erotic. i can;t say how much i loved it!!!
I am honored! (Puts his paws in his sleeves and bows)
Date: 08/18/2009 1:16 AM Title: "And In the Darkness Bind You..."
This was a story I enjoyed revisiting here...I've always loved it!
Molto grazie, my friend! Glad ye liked it. It's almost my favourite of the ones I've written. Well, today anyway. (grin)
Date: 04/17/2008 2:12 AM Title: "And In the Darkness Bind You..."
My first thoughts upon starting to read this story were that I was so glad that someone has written this scenario because I always thought it was ripe for KS beginnings. After all, we have a Kirk who has lost his brother and has to deal with the possibility that his decision may have caused Spock's permanent blindness. Add to that the natural deduction that a blind Spock would not be able to serve on the Enterprise and you've got some pretty serious emotional turmoil for our poor captain to navigate. And we all know what happens when there is emotional turmoil, don't we?
As I read the story, however, the paramount thought in my mind was how glad I was that it was this particular author who chose to write this story. The characters are very well portrayed and express the right amount of grief and despair without slipping into maudlin ramblings (not that I don't like maudlin ramblings from time to time). This story is an excellent piece of fiction and a credit to the KS archive.
Author's Response: Woo hoo hoo -- thankee sai! This has always been one of my favourite eps. So much h/c...
Date: 02/05/2008 8:04 PM Title: "And In the Darkness Bind You..."
This is such a powerful story. You give us such insight into Spock's thought processes and the way the relationship develops between Kirk and Spock is handled beautifully.
Thank you kindly! The ep has always fascinated me, the story seemed a natural development...