2009 Star Trek Movie (Reboot) Stories

This page is done. I despised Star Trek: Into Darkness, so I won't be writing any more of the reboot gang. I'm sad about that, but I'm not the one who ruined the adventure. J.J. and team: I'm looking at you. Enjoy these stories, though. They were all written when I was still excited about the reboot.



Kirk/Chapel Stories

Because I couldn't not do this.


Back Into the Fire (PG-13)   -   I finally saw Star Trek Beyond and while I was bored crapless at the lack of plot, I didn't hate it the way I did Star Trek Into Darkness, which actually made me quit writing reboot fics. So...since I didn't hate it, I decided to make use of the holes they left me and reinsert my favorite gal back into this shindig. This fic will work until the next movie comes out and blows it all to smithereens.


Better Sorry Than Safe (R)   -   We all knew it was only a matter of time before I tackled Reboot Kirk and Chapel, right? Video for "Better Sorry than Safe" is here. It's an acoustic version but Halestorm still rock it.


Damaged (R)   -   They're functionally damaged, but they test well. Bodies of cast iron and hearts of shattered glass. That's how Jim Kirk, Christine Chapel, and Gaila manage to stay in Starfleet. And sometimes you need friends who've been there to understand. Not a threesome story, just a story about connections and trust. And an opportunity for me to write Gaila, which I've not done before.



Kirk/McCoy/Chapel Stories

Because they worked so well in the new universe.


Rainy Night in Georgia (R)   -   They're very good friends.



McCoy/Chapel Stories

Because I loved the new McCoy. And I imagined Tricia Helfer as Chapel. And it was all good and made me happy.


The Beautiful Tennessee Waltz (R)   -   "And while they were dancing, my friend stole my sweetheart from me." I was listening to Leonard Cohen's version of The Tennessee Waltz (check it out here) and I got this idea for a new McCoy/Chapel.


New Girl (R)   -   McCoy tries to get to know his new head nurse. This is my first reboot fic, so it will always have a special place in my heart. I blame it on LJ.



Pike/Number One Stories

How fun was it that these two were seeing a resurgence in popularity?


Tough Love (PG-13)   -   Pike, after the events of the movie. Trauma takes it toll.


Vignettes from a Voyage Nearly Undone (R)   -   An ensemble piece, following a bit of a serpentine path after the events of the movie. Most of the reboot characters I've written get a voice in this. Spock Prime/Chapel, Pike/Number One, and Spock/Uhura are the primary pairings.


What Makes You Stay? (R)   -   Reboot Fic. What makes her stay? Pike/Number One with the reboot kids horning in on the plot way too much.



Sarek/Chapel Stories

And once I went there for here, the seed was sown for me to go there in TOS.


Only Logical (R)   -   She doesn't know why she's with him. (This is also Spock Prime/Chapel)



Spock Prime/Chapel Stories

Because the idea was like a train wreck waiting to happen.


Love Without Rules (R)   -   Because second chances aren't always what you think.


Of All the Gin Joints in All the Towns (R)   -   Reboot fic. A vulcan on the hunt is an impressive site. Also hopefully a funny one. I resolved not to beat up on Spock Prime in this one.


Quantum Lust (R)   -   Because sometimes wrong is the ultimate turn on.


Vignettes from a Voyage Nearly Undone (R)   -   An ensemble piece, following a bit of a serpentine path after the events of the movie. Most of the reboot characters I've written get a voice in this. Spock Prime/Chapel, Pike/Number One, and Spock/Uhura are the primary pairings.



Spock Prime/Chapel Prime Stories

Because Murphycat asked for one.


Some Kind of Chemistry (R)   -   This is for murphycat and she knows why. Spock Prime brought more than just bad luck with him to the past, only he thought this particular piece of baggage-literal not figurative-was lost when his ship was destroyed taking out Narada. Fortunately for him, he was wrong. This is bitchy Chapel at her best. It's silly, and it allows me to gently skewer the film and my own stories.