Idylls 13Idylls 13

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 13 features

"Truths and Consequences" -- by Louise Ellis. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction (or something like that). This story explores the hidden truths of a relationship, and the consequences Jean-Luc Picard and Beverly Crusher face when their relationship begins to be taken for granted with a little help from Julian Bashir and Deanna Troi.

"No Doubt" -- by Mary Lee Boyance. Sometimes we need someone to leave us without regret about our choices in life. Beverly Crusher finds that special someone in her memories ... and on the holodeck.

"Mosaic" -- by Rosemary Cullen. Fourteen years can make a drastic change in anyone's lives, and Jean-Luc and Beverly Picard are no exception. This post-Generations story finds Ambassador Picard, his wife and three children on Romii as the treaty Ambassador Spock has worked so hard for is about to be signed. But, at what personal cost to the Picards?

"Passing Clouds" -- by D.J. Nicholson. In this tale of loves lost and loves found, the Captain and CMO are there for each other, in friendship and love.

"Not Just Anybody" -- by Gail Molnar. A return to the "Realm of the Selkies" (Idylls 12). Beverly convinces Jean-Luc to go on vacation to visit the Fraser's. Together, they visit a fair, find a infant ruskoc, and find what makes a vacation special.

"Into the Fold" -- by JoAnn Lassiter. A tale of the deep and caring love shared between two friends as they grow separately and together.

Artwork by Joey Rodriguez.

114 pages, 8" x 11" size, comb binding.
Price:
         $11.75, US Priority Mail.
         $17.75, Elsewhere.

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Albany, Georgia 31721


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