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The Origin of Fire by jesmihr Rated: ADULT (NC-17) starstarstarstarhalf-star [Reviews - 9]
Summary: Summary: Spock relates an ancient Vulcan myth.
Categories: Fiction
Characters: None
Crossover Fandom: None
Genres: Kirk/Spock Slash
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: None
Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Universe: ST:TOS Original Universe
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 6366 Read Count: 6790
[Report This] Published: 09/11/2005 Updated: 09/11/2005
Reviewer: Loki3 Signed starstarstarstarstar
Date: 01/19/2007 Title: Chapter 1: The Origin of Fire

Having read and liked everything you have on this page, I must say that I LOVED this. It's poetic, even majestic in parts. Great characterisation, moving imagery - I would quote my favotite lines here if there was space - but I at least have to include just this one: "That kind of love, and that kind of grief, could only come from two who held nothing back from each other."

STARWYCK by Fiona James Rated: ADULT (NC-17) Round robin starstarstarstarstar [Reviews - 5]
Summary:

This is a parody of the gothic novel, in particular Gaywyck, and is meant to be taken, not just with a pinch of salt, but with a bucketful. Written by D. Dubois, Teresa Hewitt, Jane Jones, Sara S. Reynolds (aka Fiona James), Martin Sherrif, and Emily Wallace. Crossover with The Professionals.


Categories: Fiction
Characters: McCoy, Scott, Stonn, Sulu, T'Pring, Uhura
Crossover Fandom: Professionals
Genres: K/S plus K/other or S/other
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Romance
Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Universe: AU Alternate Universe
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 99146 Read Count: 6322
[Report This] Published: 01/13/2006 Updated: 01/13/2006
Reviewer: Loki3 Signed starstarstarstarstar
Date: 01/18/2007 Title: Chapter 1: Starwyck

Dark, twisted and funny -- to be savoured and reread; just like the gothic classics that inspired it.