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 18 features
"Building Blocks" -- by Louise Ellis. A sequel to last issue's "A Stumbling Block Before the Blind. " Beverly must fight to regain her sight and Jean-Luc must make her see the truth about her late husband.
"The Party" -- by Gwyn Allman. Beverly Howard didn't want to go to this party, but the guest she meets there will make her change her mind.
"Thank Q" -- by Diane Bellomo. Amanda Rogers makes a return visit to the Enterprise, finding out what truly makes the ship run.
"A Most Peculiar Interlude" -- by Jami Dustman. Troi invites Riker onto the holodeck, where they get trapped by poor Reg Barclay. Can Riker save his life and his dignity?
"Destinies" -- by Melissa Zander. An alternate universe story. What would have happened if Jean-Luc had met Beverly Howard before Jack did?
"The Wedding Seasons" -- by Anna C. Bowling. Fueled by four very different weddings, Worf and Deanna's begin the long road back to each other after Worf returns from Deep Space Nine.
"Career Advancement" -- by T.E. Myers. Jack Crusher woos the woman he loves, despite the reservations she keeps secret.
"Humanity 101" -- by Diane Bellomo. In Star Trek: First Contact, Picard said to kill the crewmates-made-Borg, to spare them that living death. What happens when the Voyager returns and he learns Borg can become Hunan again?
"The Good, the Bad, the Memories" -- by Irene Deitel. Will comforts Troi through a devastating loss. We grow older, but do we ever grow up?
"Locutus of Borg: Human Kind" -- by Gwyn Allman. The third installment in this alternate universe. Beverly has to face the frightening longing to return to what she once was: Locutus of Borg.
"Means of Persuasion" -- by Louise Ellis. Gul Madred hold prisoner what Jean-Luc Picard wants most: Beverly Crusher. He also hold prisoner what Beverly wants most: her daughter. Can Picard free them all and make things right?
140 pages, 8½" x 11" size, comb binding, color cover.
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