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LEGENDS #8 - 198 Pages
A K/S zine...
Mind Games by Mary Kay
Random, racy thoughts about his bondmate are causing that bondmate to have very particular – and embarrassing – reactions. No one is amused... except McCoy.
Komak's Trap by KT Torry
Unfounded suspicions on Komak's part have Captain Kirk in an uproar, suspicions which Kirk would rather have as fact than dream.
Food For Thought by Khiori
Making the observation that when grown men share as much food as Kirk and Spock do, something other than friendship must be up, Commodore Wesley narrows in to try to prove his theory.
Crying How Bright by eimeo
Even facing retirement, Kirk reflects on how he and Spock are still the same men they always were.
Sweet Dreams by Deborah
Kirk is having some rather disturbing dreams about his first officer.
Eagle In Flight by Mary Kay
A young Kirk and Spock vacation at Kirk's childhood home, not wishing to share their new relationship with anyone just yet. But a mother always knows when her son's in love.
Yes Yes And Also Yes by KT Torry
Could Kirk's insomnia be caused by his unresolved feelings for his best friend?
Like Lightning by Dovya Blacque
The death of Kirk's mother sends him into a tailspin, finding himself grieving more than he ever expected to. And then along comes a strange discovery in an empty part of space that really makes Kirk start thinking.
Footloose by Denise Dion & Medicated Maniac
A simple leg cramp for Kirk turns into something completely other for Spock.
Beginnings by CatalenMara
This story takes place in a universe proposed by Harve Bennett about Kirk and Spock during their Academy years. The story deals with racial bullying from upper classmen, Kirk's relationship with Janice Lester and an unexpected friendship.
Full Color Cover by Elfqueen.
Art by Elfqueen, Marylyne, Shir Amber, and Romanse.
Poetry by Arlan Symons, Faris Vincent, T'Racionn, Denise Dion and T'lara.
DYAD #25 - 188 pages
Stolen Moments by Natasha Solten
His eyes heated as he half-whispered, “You just left me standing there?”
Sonny frowned. “Hmmm.”
Vinnie rolled his eyes. Looked away. “I should quit. I should just leave.” He fiddled with the slot machine button, sending the wheels whirring again.
“I’m sorry,” Sonny said under his breath.
Vinnie said it again. “You just left me.”
reprinted from “Bodies In Motion”)
Lifeline by Maxine B. Curry
“I thought you were my dad.”
The soft, rough words stirred the man sprawled in the chair beside the hospital bed. Grissom blinked, momentarily forgetting where he was, then his eyes focused on the ant-stung face of his CSI.
“When?” Grissom asked…
“Back there,” Nick whispered, voice nearly giving out beneath the strain. “When you found me.”
Headed For A Fall by Elise Madrid
“Tonight was a mistake. With Tim leaving, I thought you might need the help. But that was all that was supposed to happen. Not… what happened.”
“So we’re back to that? Almost strangers except when Batman might need a back-up?”
“I didn’t say that.”
“Then what are you saying?”
(Lord Of The
The King's Spirit by Chris Uebrall
“I would have followed you, my brother. My captain. My king.”
The words were echoing in his mind as he leaned over the dead body of Boromir, the second companion to die in their quest to destroy the Ring. Tears blinded his eyes as he kissed the warrior’s forehead.
“Be at peace, son of Gondor… I will miss you dearly, my friend. My brother. My lover. May we meet again on the other side.”
The Jukebox by Atira Kei
Vinnie said, in earnest, “Please!” And Sonny felt Vinnie’s breath on his face as he said it. It was hot. It was close. It was Vinnie.
Sonny felt sudden and intense pain, but not physical. Vinnie, he thought. You were the best friend I ever had. Jesus! “What do I do?”
As he said those words, the crazy guy walked in again and howled. It was awful, this nightmare. Fucking nuts.
Taking A Different Road by Nadja Lee
“I have been considering a proposition for you for 2.3 months,” Sarek began and Kirk nodded that he should go on…
“I shall be blunt then,” Sarek said and turned to lock eyes with Kirk. “My seven year cycle is approaching…”
“Do you have a partner in mind?”
Sarek nodded. “I do.” His eyes ran over Kirk’s body in a quick evaluating and appreciative sweep. “You.”
Forty Years On by Fiona Pickles
“My God,” the voice said, and Richard Barrett lifted his head in astonishment. “You haven’t changed.” The speaker was a large man in a good suit, fleshily handsome, with pudgy hands and a slightly too-full face, intense brown eyes and what appeared to be dyed hair…
“Hey, don’t say you don’t recognise me, buddy.”…
And then the penny dropped – slowly, heavily as if made of lead – and it kept on dropping right out through the floor and down deep into the molten core of the Earth. He had never been so shocked in all his life.
“Craig? Craig Stirling?”
– reprinted from “Bodies In Motion”)
Collision Course by Starr Copeland
Having sex with Nick Stokes was the last thing Blair Sandburg had expected when he and Jim Ellison had arrived in Las Vegas a week earlier for a law enforcement convention… But Nick Stokes was a force to be reckoned with and Blair had fallen under his spell almost instantly.Change Of Heart by Bast & Sekhmet (Company Business)
“Where are we going now?” he asked suspiciously. They had a couple of hours to kill and more, but Pyiotr thought he’d caught a glimpse of some familiar twinkle in Sam’s eyes. But that wasn’t possible, was it?
“Got us a room,” Sam said, giving him a grin. He waggled the key again.
That grin again. Pyiotr shrugged and kept an eye out for things around them, anyone taking too much notice of them. It was habit, he couldn’t help it.
The “L” Word by Theresa Kyle
It still seemed incredible to Duncan that they were lovers.
It had come out of the blue. Two weeks before, on a Friday night, he and Methos had been sitting together at the back table at Joe’s bar, having beers, listening to Joe’s blues band and talking, as they usually did, about whatever crossed their minds, when all of a sudden an odd silence fell – and Duncan noticed Methos was looking at him, that was all, but something in those intelligent hazel-green eyes made his heart beat a little faster.
Vinnie’s Fight by Natasha Solten
He saw a bruise starting to form under Vinnie’s eye. A still bleeding cut oozed at the hairline by his left temple mostly hidden by hair. Vinnie pushed his hand away, hard, as Sonny said, “Fuck, who did this to you?” He reached out again but Vinnie turned away, smacking at his arm again.
“Just leave me alone.”
Sonny ignored the gesture, pushing the covers down. “How bad is it?” But he knew. He just knew. Vinnie wouldn’t go to bed early, not this early, if something wasn’t really wrong.
Like Lightning by Dovya Blacque
“You sweet boy,” she purred, tracing those nails over my face again. “You sweet, sweet, dying boy. Lilith is going to be so angry with me for taking away her favorite toy.” She shrugged…
I guess I passed out then because the next thing I knew, Sam was standing in the front door, eyes squinty, mouth thin-lipped, hand clenched and trembling…
“Ah, here he is,” she said, moving back toward me, tilting her head to look into my face. “Someone’s here to see you, Dean.”
Poetry by : Khylara, Starr Copeland, Helen and Dovya Blacque
Art by Lorraine Brevig and Lupe
A Long Story by Dovya Blacque
Full color cover 132 pages
a CSI/The Sentinel novel
When Blair Sandburg arrived in Las Vegas for an International Anthropology Society convention, the last thing he expected was to walk directly into a crime scene. But finding his cousin Robert missing was exactly the first thing Blair found. Arriving on the crime scene from the Las Vegas Crime Lab are Gil Grissom and Nick Stokes, the latter of whom clicks instantly with Blair. Through the difficult hours to come, Nick "adopts" Blair, helping him through the steps needed to find his missing cousin. Later, once Blair has found shelter with a friend at the convention, another crime brings Blair back into contact with the Las Vegas Crime Lab. At which point, Blair's sentinel, Jim Ellison, decides he can't leave his guide alone to deal with everything so he joins Blair in Las Vegas to help solve not one but two crimes.
This is a first time Jim/Blair, Grissom/Nick novel with a little Blair/Nick thrown in. A brief excerpt from the novel:
"You said you're in town for a convention. Which one?" Nick asked.
"International Anthropology Society. I'm presenting a paper there Friday night." Nick's eyebrows rose in comment. "So, you're… what? An anthropologist obviously but what were you doing with the cops?"
"Writing my thesis on closed societies." Nick paused as the information he'd automatically gathered and classified came together to make sense. The old jeans, hiking boots, layered sweaters and the warm jacket slung over the back of a chair; the long, curly hair that hung well below Blair's shoulders; the almost too-pretty face; the vast intelligence in arctic-blue eyes. It spelled one of two things to Nick. Blair was either a hippie out of time or an academic somewhere in the western United States . He now guessed the latter.
"I'm a professor at Rainier University ," Blair added with a small smile. "Sorry, I saw the gears working and thought I'd help you out."
"Not the best way to be welcomed to Vegas," Nick told him.
"Okay," Grissom interrupted, coming back into the room, "guess we're finished here. Mr. Sandburg…"
"Professor Sandburg," Nick corrected.
"Actually, it's Dr. Sandburg but, really, just Blair," Blair said.
"Blair," Grissom continued, "we'd like to take you with us. It's a bit of a technicality at this point because I don't see any evidence that you're involved in whatever's happened to your cousin. But you're the only link we have to him and I know you don't have anywhere to be…" Nick glanced up at his boss with a slight frown at Grissom's gentle tone of voice but didn't say anything. Blair shrugged. "I don't mind. Whatever I can do to help."
"Nick, would you drive Mr… Dr. Sandburg back to the Lab? I'll meet you there."
"No need to do that. I have a rental car," Blair explained.
“Then I’ll send Nick with you so you won’t get lost,” Grissom said. "Cool,” Nick said, nodding. “I can do that."
"Great. I'm going to go out to Green Valley , check on Warrick and Greg. I'll be back as soon as possible. In the meantime, make Blair comfortable and get started processing."
"Yes, sir," Nick acknowledge with a smile, gesturing Blair toward the door. "We'll lock the place up, but it's a crime scene so you won't be able to stay here." Blair nodded and handed Nick the keys to his rented car. He grabbed his jacket off the back of the chair and pulled it on. "Only I’d come to one of the warmest places in the country during the winter when it's colder than Cascade."
"We're expecting snow in the next few days," Nick told him as he waved to the patrolmen who were locking up the crime scene. "Up here – the western part of town where the elevation's higher – they're expecting quite a bit. It's rare but not that unusual for this time of year."
"Yeah, just my luck. Man, I so do not want this to be happening." He climbed into the car and flopped back in the seat of his rented PT Cruiser, rubbing his eyes with both hands. "This sucks.” Nick turned on the car, started the heater going, then pulled away from the curb into the once-again-quiet suburban streets. "Doesn’t help to worry about it before we have any facts." Blair thumped his head twice into the headrest before sighing. "I know, I know. Jim – my partner – tells me the same thing all the damned time. Like he's anyone to talk." Nick glanced at him. "Partner?"
"The detective I rode with for those three years. We're roommates."
"Ah, I thought you meant…"
"I know. Everyone thinks that. But that's not how it is."
The Sensual World #6
A Full color cover by Lupe Backe
The Sweetest Kiss by Raine Wind
On Valentine’s Day, Blair receives a HUGE surprise from his roommate.
An Unlikely Friendship by Patt
An assignment with Connor takes Jim away from his lover for far too long but reveals a connection to Megan Jim hadn’t been aware existed.
Burnished Perfection by Alex McLeod
A weekend away at a luxury home in the forest allows both Jim and Blair to come to interesting – and similar – conclusions about their relationship.
The Godiva Proposition by Natalie L.
How do you raise money for a good cause? Why trap Blair into doing something no one else will, of course.
What You Fear by Kaelana
Blair takes some unusual steps to get his partner’s attention.
Change of Scenery by Kayjay
While healing from a gunshot wound, Jim spends time in Santa Cruz, California with Blair while the younger man takes part in a new teaching position.
Heartlight by Theresa Kyle
In an attempt to clarify the furor over his admission that he committed fraud, Blair gives an interview to People, an interview that is more than a little revealing to Jim.
Additional work by Starr Copeland, L.A. Adolf, Natalie L. and Jade Bryce.
Art by akablonded and L.A. Adolf
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