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 15 features"Overheard" -- by Becky J. Woods. In IDYLLS 14, "Rendezvous" took us along on a private Picard-Crusher meeting. Now we're let in on the crew's gossip! "Jealousy" -- by Rachel Rybarczyk. The Enterprise-D has crashed and the crew split up. Rachel Rybarczyk brings two of them together to explore Will Riker's feelings of--could it be? "Swamp Ophelia" --by Gwyn Allman. A journey through Beverly's past, clearing the way for her future. "Kiss Me Like An Android" -- by Meg Wise-Lawrence. Since Lieutenant Commander Data installed his emotion chip, Counselor Troi has been intrigued with his progress. In time, his thoughts have turned to love. Will the Counselor be able to help? "Another Time, Another Place" -- by Louise Ellis. In a universe where the Federation is a rebel force, Beverly's been captured by the enemy. "Always, My Friend" -- by Denise Tanaka. Things change. People Change. But few as drastically as Data did when he installed his emotion chip. Now, Geordi and Data try to find a way to remain friends... "Highland Fling" -- by O.J. Nicholson. Caldos was left far behind, but the feelings were never settled. Still, Beverly and Jean-Luc manage to find a chance to recover and to heal. "Only Her Hairdresser Knows For Sure" -- by Diane Bellomo. This story fills in a blank from the teaser of the episode "The Quality of Life." Did Beverly and the boys ever get back to that poker game and its hair-raising stakes? "Friends in Low Places" -- by Gwyn Allman. The crew of the Enterprise would do anything for Jean-Luc Picard. What is the captain's secret?
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