taraljc: Ad Astra
"When you were a child," Sarek finally said, looking older than Spock had ever seen him, "you would disappear into the mountains for days. It would worry your mother. When you returned, I would punish you, and you always endured it. But it did not prevent you from returning to the mountains."
Spock had no opportunity to address Nyota in private until 16.8 hours after their return to San Francisco.
If he were to die in this attempt, there would be no other opportunity to reassure her as to the depth of his affection for her, and that her actions had neither been unwise, nor unwelcome. Therefore, he could not remain silent.
"To the stars." The beauty and difficulty and solidity of Spock and Uhura's relationship, post-movie. Leaves me smiling. [lj]
more Uhura/Spock. *loves*
But the last thought he'd had before the world around him exploded with light was that he promised to return to her. He wished to keep his promise.
Both pre- and post-movie; Spock and Uhura's relationship sparks, develops. Really nice.
long, thoughtful, and thorough telling of the growth Spock and Uhura's relationship from Spock's perspective, during and following the events of the movie. rich with detail about things previously only hinted at; this is precisely how I imagine them to be.
A sort of missing scenes fic for the movie with Spock and Uhura - very nice, and has both of them acting like intelligent grownups - win!
missing scenesmala's fannish ramblings - Fic: "The Seven Year Itch," Star Trek, Spock/Uhura, R
Speaking in Tongues Spock/Uhura, pre-movie. "The first time she earns one of Commander Spock's rare smiles, she knows she's chosen the right path." And sequel: The Seven Year Itch Spock/Uhura, pre-movie. Pon farr.
Rating/Classification: R, Spock/Uhura, sexual content (pon farr alert!), a few dirty words, pre-movie
Hooooooooooot. I am constantly amazed that something like Pon Farr is actually canon. A short piece that is half-porn, half-hilarious, and all great. I loved Uhura's voice in this.
Summary: It's only within the confines of the lab, or Spock's quarters, that they allow themselves to experiment, to act and react. Notes: The pon farr-focused sequel to Speaking in Tongues, full of warmth and intimacy. I fell into the story easily and felt happily satisfied by the end.
Oh, Spock, she thinks. You gorgeous, wonderful, idiotic meathead of a Vulcan.
It's only within the confines of the lab, or Spock's quarters, that they allow themselves to experiment, to act and react. Sequel to "Speaking in Tongues"
"No," she tells him again. "I am not going anywhere. You need me, and I will stay for you. For *whatever* you need."
It's only within the confines of the lab, or Spock's quarters, that they allow themselves to experiment, to act and react.
"It's only within the confines of the lab, or Spock's quarters, that they allow themselves to experiment, to act and react." Companion to "Speaking in Tongues," followed by "Reason and Rhyme."in her aspect and her eyes
Elementary logic leads to an obvious conclusion.
In which Spock and Uhura trade logic and poetry
Pre-movie fic, Spock runs into Uhura in a bookstore. Cute and fun.
spock observes stuf, uhura checks mates him and he misses his bus stop. impeccably hot.
Summary: Elementary logic leads to an obvious conclusion.
Title: in her aspect and her eyes Author: Livia Fandom: Star Trek 2009 Characters: Spock, Uhura Rating: G Word count: 2100 Disclaimer: None of these characters are mine. Summary: Elementary logic leads to an obvious conclusion.
Elementary logic leads to an obvious conclusion. Smart and witty dialogue, excellent characterizations.
He was struck with a sudden, illogical awareness of the fact that he was standing in a dead-end aisle, with no available avenue of retreat, and moreover that he would be trapped here until Lieutenant Uhura chose to stand aside and allow him to pass.
Elementary logic leads to an obvious conclusion. Spock/Uhura
The layout of the Old Downtown bookstore recommended to Spock by Admiral Hernandez was highly inefficient.
Uhura and Spock meet cute in a bookstore, and Uhura wows Spock with her awesomeness, OF COURSE.