edited by Mindi French
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 12 features
"And They Lived..." -- by Elizabeth Knauel. A look back at Classic Star Trek, and perhaps a new tie to the Next Generation.
"Tapestry Not Woven" -- by N.B. Thayer. Another look at the design to the tapestry of his life and a glimpse down the road not taken by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and his wife.
"The Gift" -- by Debra L. Taylor. Will Riker a father? He unexpectedly is given a daughter. But is she his? Or another Riker's? Will delves into the world of parenthood, with some help from his friends.
"We'll Make Do" -- by Becky J. Woods. Even the best laid wedding plans can go awry when the bride and groom are the captain and chief medical officer of one of the busiest ships in Starfleet. Compromises can work through most difficulties...
"The Cost of Friendship" -- by Kira Bacal. A look at an old 'acquaintance' of Will Riker is who visits the Enterprise as part of a mediation team attempting to prevent an interplanetary war.
"The Realm of the Selkies" -- by Gail Molnar. When a different mediation team attempting to settle a dispute between the native Selkies and the non-Selkie colonists is abducted, an old friend of Beverly Crusher assists in their rescue.
"Missing Slides from 'A Captain's Holiday'" -- by N.B. Thayer. What did Vash find out from Jean-Luc Picard about his friends on the Enterprise.
"Aftermath" -- by Lynn C. Lorton. Jean-Luc Picard must deal with his feelings that emerged in "Attached" and an absent Beverly Crusher. When she returns, they both face the sea of emotions, and the decisions that need to be made.
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