Third story in the Colony War Trilogy of Colony War and Kirk's War. The threat to Vulcan has been eliminated and the colonies have surrendered. Kirk must recover himself and his career. Spock must decide on his path. Sarek must learn to trust his remaining son.
Kirk is having a bad week. A major misunderstanding can only make it worse. Drama and humor.
This story is not slash, but it skirts the boundaries of it. It is an exploration of the intersection between intimacy and friendship when there is duty thrown into the mix.
Sequel to Dear Spock: Happily ever after is not an endpoint but rather a state that needs constant maintenance. A post STID story that deals with all the unpleasant stuff between our protagonist saving the day and the start of the five-year mission but with humor. Even in a 'coma' Jim can cause complete chaos with his programming 'skills'. Pairings: Established and trying to keep it that way K/S, and it’s complicated U/M.
This can probably be read as a standalone with minimal confusion.
To ensure Jim’s continued Captaincy, Spock sacrifices something on a diplomatic away mission that has devastating consequences for him. Despite his growing problems, Spock continues to hide what was done to him at the price of his relationship with Jim as well as the crew–and even at the price of himself.
Arc Two Summary: After the events in Arc One, Spock tries to adapt to his new life in New York City.
Pre-STID, Pre-Spirk, but will later turn into Spirk in the last two arcs. Very slowbuilding story. Please heed the warnings. This story is angst-heavy with very heavy themes. Not for the easily triggered.
This is sort of different. It is a WIP, BUT each piece uploaded can be read as a stand-alone. They will also be fairly short, so I should be able to update every day or two, since my life is such right now that I don't have the time I'd like for my longer works, but I don't want my fans forgetting me.
These are letters between Jim and Spock as they contemplate becoming a couple. Some will be sweet; some will be funny; some wll be sad. Some will be all of the above, plus sexy.
To ensure Jim's continued Captaincy, Spock sacrifices something on a diplomatic away mission that has devastating consequences for him. Despite his growing problems, Spock continues to hide what was done to him at the price of his relationship with Jim as well as the crew--and even at the price of himself.
Pre-STID, Pre-slash, but will later turn into slash. Very slow building K/S.
Please heed the warnings. This story is angst-heavy, violence heavy, and quite graphic at times. It is not for the easily triggered.
**This version of How We Operate is different from the version that was on ksarchive before. I deleted the original off of all platforms back in October 2015 after deciding to rewrite it. This new version has new material, changed material, and cleaner chapters in terms of editing and restructuring.
After the events of Star Trek Into Darkness, Jim and Spock finally admit their attraction to each other. And that’s when it starts to get complicated. Especially when adding duty and T’Pring to the equation.
It is perfectly 100% logical to sleep with seven big fluffy pillows on your bed, absolutely. But when those pillows start disappearing from Spock's bed one by one... the list of likely suspects is fairly short. How exactly does one accuse their captain of such an absurd act? :[
Either TOS AU, or Abramsverse that ignores Spock&Uhura, or an Abramsverse AU - whichever floats your boat the most! I think it works for any of these three possibilities.
Spock is going through Pon Farr. Enterprise gets new Mission Orders - the brass not knowing about Spock's needs.
Jim finds Spock in their shared bathroom, palacial as it is, and situated between their two Quarters. A sexual, romantic relationship unfolds, between the two of them, in that bathroom, and it continues, as quietly as it can, treasured by them both, outside of their bathroom - in their Quarters - and, from that moment, it is in their lives.
The encounter with V’ger gave Spock the answer the Masters of Gol could not. He seems content. It’s difficult to tell, so Jim has resigned himself to keeping distance. But then Spock proposes, which entails going to Vulcan, learning vows in Vulcan, wearing Vulcan robes - the whole nine yards.