edited by Ann Zewen
ORION PRESS' Human-interest/romance/relationship publication includes drama, hurt-comfort, the dalliance, the 'idylls,' if you will, of our favorite characters. Stories in IDYLLS can range from G to R, however, no age statement is required.
IDYLLS 4 features
"Ancient History" -- by Kimberly Junius. When Jim Kirk first met Carol Marcus, sparks flew, but a careful campaign soon tore down her defenses. She didn't count on the gift he left behind, though. Many will agree that this must be exactly how It happened.
"In the Middle of In-Between" -- by Cyndi Bayless Overstreet. Data was the only member of the Away Team who completed the beamdown. What happened to the others? And who was the woman he found? She couldn't possibly be who she appeared.
"The Friday Girl" -- by Kaye Dunham. A perfect example of the Dixon Hill genre.
"On My Mind" -- by Chris Dickenson. A Star Trek V view of Spock and Christine Chapel. On the eve of a camping trip to Yosemite with his friends, Spock takes time out to answer a summons from Christine Chapel. What does she really want?
"Restless" -- by Susan Leinbach. A tongue-in-cheek tale about the romantic escapades of Counselor Troi.
"In the Middle of In-Between" -- by Cyndi Bayless Overstreet. A very special story about Data and the badly missed Tasha Yar.
"Unexpected Sparks" -- by Chris Dickenson. A romantic fantasy for our favorite helmsman.
"Facetious Attraction" -- by Kaye Dunham. When the transdigital disruptor interacts with the fabric of their uniforms, Data and Lieutenant Tess Munro learn a whole new meaning for the phrase "stuck on you." A delightful Data romp.
"The Apples of Possibility" -- by Emily Alward. A nicely written story that details the first meeting of Will Riker and Deanna Troi.
126 pages, 8½" x 11" size, coil binding.
$12.25, US Priority Mail.
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