5 Works in Spock/Romulan Commander

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    Babies always come as a surprise, even to the logical Spock. But the last time is a real whopper.

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    Jim is sure there's a spark between him and his First Officer, but Spock, ever practical, is reluctant to take the next step. Everything changes, however, when a transporter accident leaves a sixteen year old Spock, right in the middle of his rebellious stage, on the Enterprise. As Jim tries to deal with the aftermath of his friend's transformation, the Enterprise encounters a rogue Romulan ship on its way to New Vulcan. Spock's interactions with the vessel's Commander provide a new threat to the ship's safety--and a new complication to Spock's relationship with Jim.

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    6/6
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    Ties back to Generations, after being put on probation for a violation of the Prime Directive―Jim—angry and disillusioned, wishes he were the man and captain everyone expects him to be. However, he gets more than he bargained for when he picks up the passengers of a stranded vessel, and meets a mysterious amnesiac old man. When the truth comes out the man whose been driving him crazy is himself, there isn't time to do anything about it as a rescue call comes in and Jim and the crew of the Enterprise must face a real life Kobayashi Maru, and Captain Kirk must prove himself once and for all.

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    10
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    1
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    A fragment of my ancient Romulan Commander novella, posted here out of nostalgia.

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    1/?
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    DISCLAIMER: The Star Trek characters are the property of Paramount Studios, Inc. The story contents are the creation and property of Gayle F. and is copyright (c) 1976 by Gayle F. This story is Rated NC-17. Originally published in Grup #5, 1976, Carrie Brennan, editor.

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    5
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