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 16 features"Undercover" -- by Louise Ellis. Hazard. Intrigue. Tomance. A little dancing and a lot of innuendo--it may not be what Starfleet had in mind when it sent Picard, Crusher, and Worf undercover, but they'll do whatever it takes to get the job done--no matter how outrageous or dangerous. "Veritas" -- by Tracy Thomas. He's loved her from afar for years, When the veritas virus lands a young lieutenant in Beverly's sickbay and strips away his tact, how are he and his object of adoration to cope? And what happens if the virus spreads? "12 Days" -- by Terry S. Bowers. Beverly Crusher finds herself with a secret admirer whose gifts are becoming ever more personal... "The Physician's Code of Conduct" -- by Gwyn Allman. The good doctor has been in trouble with Starfleet Command before, but never as seriously as she is when racing a formal hearing for violating Starfleet Medical's most sacred code. "The Path Taken" -- by Becky J. Woods. The roads we journey down in life are many. Sometimes we choose the right path and other times, we're given a chance to change our course. Taking place after the events in Star Trek: Generations, Picard and Crusher are given the opportunity to examine the paths they've followed, and those that lead into the future... "The Things We Do For Love" -- by Diane Bellomo. Worf is the perfect stoic Klingon, but when he and Deanna land in sickbay, he must discuss certain matters. "Paradise Lost" -- by Rachel Rybarczyk. The perfect romantic scene for Picard and Crusher. But one misstep might lead to a lost opportunity... "Just Friends" -- by Sandra K. Davies. In the aftermath of Ambassador Odan's stay on the Enterprise, Will and Beverly and Jean-Luc and Deanna try to unravel who are the lovers and who are friends with a little help from an ensign and an obnoxious omniscient being... "Locutus of Borg" -- by Gwyn Allman. This is not a dream. The Borg have been defeated and Locutus is Human once more, but the repercussions of these events may cost Beverly Crusher her life... "My Soul's Imaginary Sight" -- by Tracy Thomas. On KesPrytt, they shared a cell, an escape, a dream. Then she walked out on him. Now Beverly has to cope with her own fears and her knowledge of Jean-Luc's desires... "Glad Tidings" -- by Diane Bellomo. To usher in the holiday season, the story of a little girl, a nativity pageant, and tidings of joy for some officers.
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