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McCoy makes a deal with an advanced race of aliens visiting on the Enterprise, one that doesn't quite work out the way he expected. Nor the quite way aliens meant it to either.
A routine mission to a planet full of winged humanoids returns with unexpected consequences for Doctor Leonard McCoy and for Spock.
On a long range shuttlecraft, Leonard McCoy is exhausted and needs to take a nap, but having some trouble dropping off. Good thing he's got his lover Spock and best friend Kirk around to help wear him out. PWP. Shuttlecraft sex, dirty talk, comm-link sex. Spock/McCoy+Kirk slash. NC-17 Written 2010.
McCoy was not too happy about being dragged to Starfleet's New Year's party. He wanted nothing to do with the dancing, the countdowns, the kisses or anything else. Little did he know, this was going to be a New Year's to remember.
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.
They are all children still, really, and they are led by Jim Kirk, the youngest Captain in charge of the youngest crew in Starfleet history, and they are right on the front lines of a war that doesn’t exist.
McCoy is starting to realize that in military terms “youngest” actually means “most expendable.”
OR: McCoy is grumpy, Spock has a death wish, and Jim is busy saving the world.