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Spoilers for ST III: The Search for Spock and ST IV: the Voyage Home.
Things get understandably awkward after Spock knocks up David on Genesis, but that doesn't explain why McCoy is so mad. David just wishes this miracle of life business doesn't interfer with getting together with Saavik.
In response to the 13th Wave Challenge: "Someone is plain burnt out."
In response to the challenge: Write an S/Mc involving a little known Starfleet custom.Ijdjdj
Spock and McCoy fool around in a sickbay supply closet while reciting the periodic table of elements. Lighthearted, even fluffy PWP. Originally written for "Spiced Peaches". Written 2012.
A heartfelt apology.
The Sixth Installment in The Bonded Souls Series. Spock and McCoy invite the bridge crew to a barbeque at their house. While Spock and McCoy prepare for visitors and celebrate their union, the rest of the crew contemplate their coming out that happened a year before.
Just a sweet little drabble. Enjoy.
A first time PWP concerning shore leave on a certain ball o mud somewhere in the Alpha Quadrant. I prequel (of sorts) to "The Day You Went Away
Spock and McCoy eat Christmas cookies and kiss under the mistletoe, Spock/McCoy style which means bickering and McCoy complaining and swearing.
Written: December 2011
Spock and McCoy engage in some sexy experimentation with a tribble. Takes place around the ST TOS ep: "The Trouble With Tribbles". (It's not necessary to have seen the ep to make sense of the fic)Featuring: Sex play with a tribble, masterbation, blindfold and restraints. Pairings: McCoy/Spock, Uhura/Chekov.
This tale takes place after Kirk has been listed MIA and is presumed dead ("Generations"). It is a story of the mysteries of the heart, of loss and redemption, of the liberation of forgiveness and the sly humor of the universe. Spock and McCoy must come to terms with their grief, and with the changes Kirk's loss has brought to their relationship to one another.
Spock does not have a need for the belief personally, but he understands the human desire.
(It takes McCoy years to get him to have a drink.)
Leonard McCoy reluctantly obeys a summons from the captain. MU. Mirror Spock/Mirror McCoy Rated: PG