KIRK/SPOCK FANFICTION RECOMMENDATION POST PART ONE.
This will be updated when I’ve read new ones! I’ve included word counts + new fics will be marked with a ✿ also my favourites are here.
Breaking Points: 70,000 words. When the Enterprise is asked to transport Vulcan colonists to their new home, Spock Prime comes with them. His presence changes everything – and leads to life-altering revelations for Jim and Spock. A story about growth, self-discovery, and new beginnings.
Magpie: 57,642 words. Spock met Jim when he was 7 and Jim was 6. It has since been generally agreed that this was a mistake (or: the one where they grow up together and things are simultaneously better and worse for it).
Evolution: 150,000 words. In his first year in command of the USS Enterprise James T. Kirk must gel his new team together, adapt to his abrupt change in status over his friends, and deal with falling for his first officer. And, of course, there’s always someone out to threaten the galaxy.
Take Refuge In What You Know: 118,000 words. AU. Kirk has moved into a apartment/house and wants to get to know his neighbors. He meets his neighbor Spock, a loner who suffers from extreme agoraphobia. Kirk thinks he’s beautiful enigma.
The Lotus Eaters: 94,000 words. Stranded on the planet Sigma Nox while searching for a missing away team, Spock and Kirk find themselves pitted against a disturbing native life form. With the captain out of commission on a regular basis and Spock struggling to preserve his stoicism, staying alive is difficult enough – but when a slim chance for escape surfaces, their resolve is truly put to the test. Together they must fight for survival in the heart of an alien jungle, and in the process, uncover the mystery of the planet’s past.
So Wise We Grow: 81,248 words. “Commander Spock, we have located your son,” the Vulcan lady on the screen says, which would be great, except Jim can tell by the look on Spock’s face that he’s never heard of this kid before in his life. “If it is expedient, the child will be sent to join you on the Enterprise within the week.” + Sequel (character death)
Through Blind Men’s Eyes: 45,885 words. The obligatory Pon Farr story … with a bit of a twist.
Still Life: 39,886 words. AU. Traumatized by his experience on Tarsus IV, Jim Kirk runs away to Vulcan to undergo kolinahr.
Dreaming Through The Noise: 28,000 words. AU. Spock remembered far too well the first night he heard Jim’s mental voice - close to dawn on a dreamless night and he was pulled away from his bed, to a dark, alien kitchen and a terrified, alien mind.
Papers in the Roadside: 50,000 words. Non-Starfleet AU. Jim owns a small bar in Chicago, keeps on picking up strays and taking care of everyone no matter how hard it makes his own life. Spock is a journalist writing feature articles for the Chicago Tribune; he depicts the world with uncanny skill, but hides more than one personal drama and is possibly under surveillance from the Vulcan royal family. They meet by accident just before their lives start to spin out of control.
Textual Attraction: 16,000 words. Valentine’s Day does not bring up pleasant memories for Cadet Kirk. But the serendipitous switch-up of his cell phone with a particular Vulcan professor’s will make his day far more interesting – and romantic. Perhaps some new memories can be made.
Tray Tables and Seatbelt Signs: 10,000 words. Jim is an annoying airplane passenger; Spock is a hot flight attendant.
Atlas: 135,529 words. Between what was and what will be stands James Tiberius Kirk, in all his fractured patchwork glory. Because saving the Federation was only the beginning.
Bragging Rights: 20,000 words. AU. Two and a half years into his time at Starfleet Academy, Jim Kirk meets Lieutenant-Commander Spock, and the sparks begin to fly.
Entering Orbit: 30,948 words. Jim escapes to Iowa to avoid the media frenzy following the Narada incident, but a late-night miscommunication results in Spock turning up on his front porch.
Leave No Soul Behind: 251,878 words. If you’re Starfleet, you spend your whole life wishing you never see an EPAS uniform right up until the moment they become your only hope. Whether you’re dying a slow, cold death in space, or a long painful one on some godforsaken planet, they’re going to come for you. So count your last breaths, son, and hold on tight. They leave no soul behind.
Fighting Gravity: 137,824 words. When Spock left Starfleet after the encounter with Nero, Jim thought he’d lost his chance at their supposedly destined friendship. Upon returning to Earth after the Enterprise’s first five-year mission, he discovers that Spock lost far more. Jim’s willing to fight for the bright future they were promised, but the one thing standing in its way is Spock himself.
Through Chekov’s Eyes: 14,000 words. In which Mr. Spock hates Chekov and terrorizes the crew, Captain Kirk has the best poker face on the ship, Chekov never means to eavesdrop, Uhura gets some curves, Kirk gets cock-blocked, Spock gets off, McCoy pulls rank, Spock pulls Kirk’s pigtails, and love sucks.
Half a Dream Away: 24,100 words. You know I dreamed about you / For twenty-nine years / Before I saw you / You know I dreamed about you / I missed you for twenty-nine years.
How We Are (But Not How We’re Going To Be): 35,916 words. Even when they hate each other, they’re still sort of falling in love.
Extra-curricular Activities: 15,500 words. Spock returns to the Academy from a tour of duty to find an intriguing cadet captures his attention.
This Place at the Crossroads: 33,619 words. Starfleet intelligence says that Earth is decades away from developing warp-technology. Then again, Starfleet intell didn’t count on one James Tiberius Kirk getting anywhere near the issue.
Definite and Unapologetic: 12,476 words. Uhura inspires Kirk to take pity on Spock during the twelve days of Christmas. Kirk is bored, Spock is unsuspecting and hilarity ensues.
Love Is Strange: 45,629 words. Accompanied by his parents, Spock visits an Earth resort where Jim Kirk is a dancer. Dirty Dancing redux.
The Devil’s In The Detail: 13,123 words. Spock gets a grilling from his father about an indiscretion.
Coming Home: 124,659 words. Set a few months into their first mission, the Enterprise is ordered to pick up a Vulcan Healer and transport him to the new colony. Once there they are scheduled to remain and assist with the early stages of setting up the colony. Kirk’s liaison is his ‘old friend’ Ambassador Spock, now known as Elder Sepak, who takes the opportunity to help Kirk and Spock become better acquainted.
Army & Navy: 5,616 words. It’s 1944 and serving in the U.S. Navy, Jim finds himself billeted in London, where he meets a tall, dark, handsome alien (in this universe, Vulcan made first contact at the turn of the 20th century).
Knowing Me, Knowing You: 11,602 words. Kirk and Spock meet at the StarFleet Academy Costume Ball and are immediately drawn to each other.
Closer: 11,724 words. Academy AU. Kirk has a massive crush on Spock and convinces the professor to go on dates with him, although nothing happens (Jim can delay gratification, really he can!). Finally Spock caves in over the holidays.
Start Infinity Again: 75,166 words. Kirk survives Generations and reunites with Spock. He finds adapting to life nearly eighty years in the future is hard enough, but then a star about to go supernova threatens Romulus, and Kirk and Spock have to deal with Captain Nero and the strange new universe they follow him into.
Eye Bleach: 7,537 words. A crew member finds a porn movie of Jim and Spock fucking, where they don’t seem to know that they’re being filmed (and aren’t out as a couple)
Spoctoria Verse: 78,828 words. Spock is heir to the Federation throne, Jim is Prince of America because his fucking brother abdicated, and the Klingons are on the verge of blowing shit up—a love story.
Illogical Series:148,214 words. If Kirk was a maths genius, and never took Pike up on the dare to do better, but still managed to get to Starfleet? This is what that would look like.
Gift: 31,000 words. Spock gets a small golden-haired, blue-eyed creature as a gift from his father (except he doesn’t). The creature speaks in Nurse T’Amanda’s Secret Language, appears to be convinced that Spock is an “elf” and calls itself “Jim.” Utterly fascinated, Spock decides to keep it. Very AU. Set on an extremely xenophobic Vulcan.
Shades of Mine: 19,350 words. Warnings: age difference (35/18), pseudo-incest. It’s the juiciest scandal of the decade. These are widely known facts: 1) On Stardate 2258.266, Commander Spock marries Lieutenant Nyota Uhura. Captain James T. Kirk is his best man. 2) On 2259.092, a mission goes awry, and Captain Kirk is irreversibly turned into a ten year old. 3) On 2259.155, Captain Spock and Lieutenant Uhura legally adopt the boy. 4) Eight years later, Commander Uhura resigns from active duty and files for divorce. The rumor has it their son is the reason. Those are the facts, but they don’t tell the whole story. This is a story about family, acceptance and different shades of love. Told through Uhura’s, McCoy’s, Spock’s and Jim’s eyes.
Within Reach: 20,850 words. Four years into the Enterprise’s voyage, Spock dies in a transporter accident on a routine mission. Jim slowly falls apart and develops an unhealthy obsession that, ultimately, brings Spock back.
Mutable Signs: 34,852 words. Change comes in many forms; for Spock, that change was an alien slave named Kirk.
Mission: Mistletoe: 8,175 words. Despite his best attempts to avoid it, Spock keeps getting caught under the mistletoe.
The Accidental Matchmaker: 8,996 words. Sometimes the best intentions are no intentions at all.
Oasis: 30,000 words. Kirk accidentally lands himself on an alternate Enterprise in an alternate reality - a reality where Surak’s reformation of Vulcan never happened. Sequel: Mirage: 15,900 words.
"Baseball": 43,000 words. Kirk tries to deal with the loneliness of being Captain. Luckily, he’s got Spock to help.
Armchair Psychology: 4,000 words. McCoy forces Kirk and Spock to write an ongoing list of things they like about each other. Kirk doesn’t know if he’ll be able to make his weekly quota. At least, not at first.
Detachable: 6,000 words. Jim learns that Spock’s penis is detachable. Can you really blame him if the ideas that pop into his head as a result are not entirely non-mischievous?
Helloooo, Nurse!: 9,000 words. Jim Kirk is the only male nurse on the Enterprise. He’s also the only one with any experience with Vulcan biology. You can guess who he’s been assigned to.
I’m Stuck on You: 1,000 words. He’d been with plenty of aliens in his time, and none of them had ever had dicks that changed shape once they reached full hardness—though there had been some that could move in the most amazing ways—and he’s pretty sure he’d remember if he’d heard about this when they went over Vulcan anatomy and reproduction in xenobiology.
Is That Even Possible?: 3,166 words. Kirk’s always had a thing for Xeno-sex and has always wanted to sleep with a Vulcan. He’s done the research (aka the Xeno Kama Sutra.) but the problem is that he’s never met a Vulcan until now and Spock hates his guts.
Laws of Ownership: 4,000 words. Jim isn’t sure what exactly he was expecting when he blasted the lock on the cargo bay door of the Orion Raider Ship they’d just boarded but a room full of small mewling balls of fur certainly wasn’t it. He’d hoped for the best and prepared himself for the worst but somehow this had never entered his thoughts as a possibility.
Lessons in Anatomy: 5,000 words. First Officer Spock, possessed of an efficient Vulcan male reproductive system, has never spared much thought to its illogical human counterpart. Until he interrupts his captain’s private time.
Like a Moth to a Flame: 13,000 words. Chess AU. Kirk and Spock meet as kids at an intergalactic chess tournament for the Federation Planets. Spock, a discipline of the strictest rules of chess and the undefeated champion in his age group, is completely pwned by Kirk, a wild-card who gleans his talent by playing all manners of chess styles. They become heated rivals, battling each other throughout their chess “careers”, which pretty much develops into UST once you toss teenage hormones into the mix. Inevitably chess is pretty much just their foreplay before they finally sit up and realize that they’ve fallen for each other. Sequel: Like a Peacock Among Crows: 13,300 words. + another sort of sequel: Eye of the Storm: 39,500 words.
Once Upon a Time (A Fairy-Tale Love Story): 48,000 words. This is the story of how Jim Kirk became a Princess (“Prince Consort, Bones!”) of the United Planets of Vulcan Kingdom.
So Much for Gravity: 14,000 words. The last thing Jim wants is telepathic proof that Spock hates him, even though that’s exactly what he gets. It’s just one more thing Jim needs to figure out on his bumpy road to a destiny he doesn’t even know if he believes in.
Subverted Ambitions: 44,000 words. After trying to achieve peace for over a century, Vulcans and humans decide to hold a series of arranged marriages. As an ambitious young captain, James Kirk agrees to the merger…only to find that his ambitions soon change.
The Third Wheel: 17,000 words. In which Cadet Kirk constantly crashes Cadet Uhura’s dates with Commander Spock and monopolizes his attention.
Unethically Obtained: 8,000 words. Spock discovers a preoccupation with his captain’s very normal Starfleet-issue underpants.
Creep: 24,000 words. #1: Fandom AU. Jim is a fandom nobody who has been crushing on a famous BNF writer for ages. Too bad the BNF in question doesn’t know of his existence. Features grumpy_b, also a fandom nobody (who is damn happy to be one), and nero001, the biggest wanker in Star Trek: TOS fandom. #2: College AU. A story of a fucked-up non-relationship between a popular jock and the resident creep. One story. Two story-lines. One love.
The King’s Page: 17,000 words. Jim gets a job at the royal palace and finds himself falling for King Spock, heir to the Vulcan Empire.
Pirates, Spies, and Bedtime Stories: 18,893 words. Kirk & Spock arrive in the transporter room de-aged to five years old. While crew members search for a solution, Kirk & Spock play together on the Enterprise. Fluffy de-aged fic.
Every Universe: 19,871 words. Jim enlists Spocks help to figure out why he keeps having dreams about another Kirk. He decides to try and rescue Kirk Prime from the nexus and return him to Spock Prime.
What Part of Forever: 86,262 words. Vulcan is considering seceding from the Federation; Spock, a researcher at the VSA, decides now is a good time to catch up on being Human. So he visits Earth and hires Jim Kirk as his guide, with predictable results. Inspired loosely by Pretty Woman; pre-movie AU.
The Ending Has Not Yet Been Written: 29,504 words. Written for the Star Trek XI Kink Meme prompts. For chapter 1: “Everything is changing, their mission is over, and they are *all* being reassigned. Everyone else should be sort of sad, but excited too, because they are going on to bigger, better, newer things. Maybe at the end someone stays, and there is wonderful, I-love-you-and-cannot-leave-sex, or maybe (even better), there is sad, this-is-the-last-time sex.” Follows Kirk and Spock after their first five year mission is complete. Kirk is offered a promotion to Admiral, and Spock decides to spend time on New Vulcan.
Young Wine, Old Feeling: 10,328 words. A private party for the senior crew of the Enterprise to celebrate Winter Holidays. Some confessions/actions are long overdue, and a certain doctor decides to take matters in his own hands. A game of Twister is involved and it all works out in the end.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours): 10,927 words. In which Spock contemplates the laws of attraction and realizes what a slippery slope that is only after he has already fallen. There’s no help for him now.
This Is How You Remind Me: 6,283 words. Jim invites Spock to his high school reunion for moral support.
Any Way You Want It: 12,031 words. In which Bones is a rock star, Spock gets a present he’d rather give back, Jim still has his looks, Uhura’s boyfriend is sensitive but also kind of awesome, dragons are exploding, and lions are dancing. Not necessarily in that order.
(And I Wait) Without You: 17,941 words. An obligatory amnesia story, but with a twist. Jim believes he has lost Spock, after seeing him die. Later he discovers that Spock is alive, but suffers from a memory loss. Jim wants Spock to remember everything, but he doesn’t know what he’s asking for. Anon prompt response.
What Lies Beneath: 7,000 words. Spock, in typical Vulcan fashion, has withdrawn himself from the Enterprise, her crew, and most especially her Captain, and Jim is determined to find out why, even if it kills him.
Verbal Jump-Rope: 5,000 words. AU. At the end of the movie, the older Spock did not seek out his younger self and encourage him to stay on the Enterprise. It falls to Jim to convince him. This is how he does it.
Assigning Blame: 3,000 words. “Kirk,” Uhura said firmly, “if you don’t stop pussyfooting around and tell Spock you’re in love with him, I’m going to kick your ass from here to Sunday, then tell him myself.”
Great Expectations: 8,000 words. Jim is determined not to enjoy Christmas, but his Vulcan lover is just as determined to change that.
Viewpoint: 8,000 words. When friendship blossoms slowly (but not too slowly!) into something more.
Chaos Theory: 8,500 words. Just like the Butterfly Effect, Jim Kirk flaps his outraged hand and everything changes. Oh, and Amanda Grayson survives Vulcan. What happens after?
Kings and Pawns of Men: 12, 000 words. A series of unusual and anonymous gifts sends Spock on a quest for answers (with Kirk along for the ride). How chess and strategy conspired to bring two men together in the midst of a Christmas holiday! Sequel: Limits.
Grasp The Thorn: 8,000 words. While accompanying his parents on a routine visit to Earth, a teenaged Spock meets a fascinating young boy named Jim.
Distraction: 19,668 words. Jim catches Spock in an intimate situation and can’t get the image out of his mind.
A Canadian Winter: 18,419 words. Three years into their mission, shore leave happens to coincide with Christmas. The entire bridge crew is spending time with their families, so Jim decides to rent himself a cabin in northern Ontario, resigned to spending the three weeks alone. Fortunately for Jim, a certain pointy-eared officer is also lacking in Christmas plans.
People Who Loved Spock: 7,812 words. Written for the Star Trek XI Kink Meme prompt: “Five people who loved Spock and the one he loved back. Ending Kirk/Spock. Can include OCs, Uhura, whatever. :) Bonus points for creativity with those five people!”
Soren Verse: 42,611 words. As a gift from a civilisation they helped, Jim and Spock are sent into the future where they meet their 18 yr old son. The Gift , The Burger, The Sexual Exploration, The Visit, The Doctor, The Terran Holiday, The Crash, + The Daughter.
College AU: 50,000 words. Jim and Spock are freshmen and are put together as roommates.
Blank Mind: 16,600 words. Jim wakes up believing it to be the day he walks onto the bridge as captain (end of XI) but it’s actually two years since that day and he’s married and bonded to Spock.
Productive Recovery: 5,507 words. Spock is first officer with Pike as captain. An away mission goes wrong leading the Enterprise to go to a starbase for medical attention. Spock gets to know his male nurse, Jim.
Five times Spock’s adherence to Starfleet regulations stopped them having sex, and one time he didn’t care: 1,749 words. What the title says.
I wanted Orions, by James T Kirk: 8,120 words. Jim is in his last year of high school and gets given a project to research behaviours and mating rituals of a specific species. he gets given Vulcans.
Innocence: 4,950 words. On a rescue mission, Jim finds a Vulcan orphan who becomes dangerously attached to him.
Ink Stains: 6,024 words. On shore leave Jim makes a number of mistakes, one of them being a tattoo of Spock’s name on his ass.
Stacks: 3,977 words. Jim is a librarian in San Francisco and he becomes a little enamoured with the Vulcan that always visits.
Montgomery Scott: Engineer and Matchmaker: 3,040 words. For V-Day Scotty comes up with a program that matches the most compatible people on the ship. Spock and Jim are number one.
Bringing Back Christmas: 8,900 words. Christmas no longer exists in the 23rd Century but the crew want to celebrate it just once. Except Jim.
Veritas: 186,080 words. Captain James T. Kirk and Lieutenant Commander Spock are hereby charged with negligence and wanton misconduct due to their emotional compromise with each other.
Vulcans are Fangirls Too: 10,838 words. Kirk is a secret astrophysics genius who publishes under a pseudonym; Spock sends him fanmail. Shenanigans ensue.
Measure of Men: 25,178 words. How the crew of the enterprise love their captain and commander, and just how they love them back.
Turbo Tale: 4,915 words. Just another encounter in the Turbolift – from the Turbolift’s POV
How High the Moon: 38,500 words. After the destruction of Vulcan, Spock shielded his mind to protect it from his broken bond with T’Pring. Little did he know another bond had already formed in its place.
5x Spock Melded With Kirk & 1x Kirk Melded With Spock: 39,459 words. After that one meld with Other Spock, Jim Kirk is seriously obsessed by the thought that if Other Spock is really that fascinating, how much more awesome must his Spock be? Thus begins a journey of heartwarming epicness as Jim Kirk gets to know his Spock even better than he could ever imagine via meld after enticing meld.
5 Vulcan Kisses and a Very Human Response: 2,802 words. Spock’s a sneaky Vulcan. He takes advantage of his captain’s being human to steal little vulcan kisses here and there. Little does he know, his captain’s not as dumb as he looks. Pure, unabashed sex at the end.
Little Sorrows: 16,432 words. After a close friend dies, Kirk starts having sleeping problems and Spock discovers that there was a mental link between the two men. Originally published in 1986 in the print fanzine As I Do Thee # 4.
Liberties: 10,972 words. In which Kirk precipitates an unintended cultural exchange, Spock develops a drinking problem, and the crew stages an intervention, but not the kind Kirk was expecting.
Uzh Tevun (New Year): 5,162 words. The crew of the Enterprise arrive on Altair VI for the coronation of the new president and the ushering in of the new year. During this time of renewal, Spock’s life, too, is about to change.
Immutable Things: 1,672 words. Spock once told you that the universe is made up of parallel worlds, that every choice you make creates two branches on the crooked line of your life.
The Eyebrow Incident: 1,529 words. Spock has to shave the Captain’s eyebrows before a mission to beam aboard a Romulan ship.
One of a Kind: 7,074 words. Three planets. All things rare and beautiful.
Things We Don’t Say: 2,318 words. Jim and Spock go winter camping during shore leave.
You’re the Ones that We Want: 1,990 words. Jim Kirk often thought with his dick, a fact that nettled his ears. Drastic measures were called for.
Close Quarters: 2,282 words. Spock seemed to be implying that if they cleared their minds, the field would cease to exist. There was only one thing that cleared Jim’s mind.
My Life, My Love, My Lady: 1,666 words. There’s only one lady in Captain Kirk’s life, and her name is the Enterprise.
Octogasm: 3,070 words. When Jim is attacked by a sea creature, Spock has to take the octopus by the tentacles.
The Lebidan Affair: 6,317 words. The Lebidans made them do it!
Silent Treatment: 2,733 words. The mission isn’t going well. Instead of in a palace, Kirk and Spock are in a cell.
Silently Loving: 8,461 words. He won’t admit it, what he feels for Spock. But Valentine’s Day goes and brings things to a head.
Obsession: 23,701 words. From the moment Kirk sets eyes on Spock, he wants him, but Spock isn’t free or interested.
Caress: 5,677 words. Four times Jim caressed Spock and one time Spock caressed Jim.
In Vino Veritas: 10,153 words. A bit of fluff written for this LiveJournal startrek09kink meme prompt: “Jim and Spock get wasted and Jim discovers Spock’s human side comes out when he’s drunk. He’s horny and ready to bang anything. Namely Jim.”
Taking One For The Team: 2,762 words. Kirk is forced to endure unusual ‘torture’ at the hands of his captives (Or: Aliens Made Them Do It!)
Higher Love: 14,011 words. It’s Valentine’s Day and the Enterprise has scheduled shore leave on Wrigley’s where Jim’s all set to go carousing with Bones. But in an attempt to prove to Spock he’s not really that shallow, he ends up visiting museums with his first officer and learns more about the Vulcan than he expected.
Slow Beginnings: 24,073 words. After the defeat of the Narada and Spock’s decision to stay with the Enterprise, he and Kirk have to learn to work together. Over the course of their five year mission, their friendship evolves.
Hydrophilia: 5,264 words. Jim and Spock go on vacation, and Jim’s determined to get a less than enthusiastic Spock wet.
A Nog on the Head: 7,902 words. Based on this prompt: “Scotty makes eggnog and Kirk gets blasted on it. Spock assists Kirk back to his cabin and Kirk is very grabby handsy with him.”
Smells Like Teen Spirit: 2,201 words. Jim and Spock are turned into stereotypically moody teenagers by an alien being.
Some Victory: 6,278 words. He had been playing music like this for four years, and that was the first time he ever felt it, down to his bones (or, the one where they’re musicians and Jim and Spock still kind of hate each other).
The Honourable Thing: 8,000 words. There are rules to the start and end of relationships. Well, they’re more like guidelines, really.
A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed: 8,000 words. “Perhaps it would be a mutually beneficial arrangement.”
A Gift From the Heart: 3,000 words. Kirk buys a gift for Spock but decides not to give it to him because it’s too valuable, they’re only friends/work colleagues and it might embarrass Spock. He can’t give it to anyone else, because the gift is something ideal only to a Vulcan. But Spock finds it anyway.
Always Shall Be: 1,000 words. The Vulcan ambassador has this kid, all tall and gawky and serious, with shoulders so stiff they might as well be two knobs on a plank of wood. His name’s Spock, and he has the dorkiest hairstyle Jim’s ever seen. It’s like a helmet, smooth and shiny, and Jim wonders if it comes right off, like the plastic hairpieces on those antique Lego sets he used to play with when he was five.
Five (False) Rumors About Vulcans: 3,000 words. Five rumors about Vulcans that are either false, or Jim Kirk proves to be, well, not quite true.
The Handmaid of Genius: 3,076 words. When the replicators go offline, Jim reacts unexpectedly.
Introvenient: 3,506 words. “He is your T’hy’la,” he responds, and you feel your heart beat faster than it ever has.
Jealous Orbits: 5,000 words. In which Kirk and Spock have had sex half a dozen times, but this time it counts.
Love Story: 9,000 words. You were Romeo, you were throwing pebbles and my daddy said, “Stay away from Juliet” and I was crying on a staircase, begging you, “Please don’t go.”
Lost Together: 2,079 words. Two years into their mission, Spock and Jim finally get their act together.
Not in Love Song: 3,000 words. The five times Spock wasn’t in love, and the one time he couldn’t deny it anymore.
Captured: 17,000 words. A fill for a prompt for virginal yet dominant Spock.
A Shot of Courage: 7,828 words. As the Enterprise’s unofficial chaperone, Spock was familiar with the human tendency towards intoxication. However, he had not expected Kirk to be susceptible.
Necessity: 14,138 words. When Jim is attacked by a telepathic species, Spock bonds with him to save his life.
A Friend In Need: 6,668 words. A year after the events with the Narada, the Enterprise has left Kirk and Spock to complete a diplomatic mission. Things go wrong when Kirk loses consciousness and Spock realizes he’s been given a powerful aphrodisiac.
Anchor Me: 16,000 words. Kirk is part Betazoid, he doesn’t advertise it because it doesn’t define him, but after feeling the terror and the psychic scream from the destruction of Vulcan he starts to break down. He can’t block anything anymore and it almost kills him. Spock intervenes.
Encircled: 5,000 words. Spock has a ring kink, which doesn’t exactly help his control when Jim decides to buy a wedding ring. And wear it. In public.
Where Sea Meets Sky: 20,647 words. Cadet Spock of Starfleet finds a mystery as well as an unexpected friendship when he meets a strange human boy on a beach at night. Soon, however, Spock is intrigued by more about Jim than just his secrets.
Observations: 414,197 words. First Officer Spock comments on life aboard the Enterprise and his service under Captain James T. Kirk.
Crown of True Kings: 71,620 words. A Hogwarts!AU set during the Triwizard Tournament featuring a confused but excited James Kirk, a reserved but somehow always in the company of other people Spock and a grumpy, overprotective, healer-to-be Bones; with lots of dumb book titles, secret passages, countless hours spent in the library and a really cool Astronomy project in the mix. This fic also features a sneaky Khan, Jim as the Hogwarts Champion and incredibly frustrating and hazardous tasks because nothing says ‘The Ministry of Magic is Mighty’ like throwing a bunch of seventeen-year-old kids into dangerous, life-threatening situations.
Something Rich and Strange: 49,383 words. In another universe, captaining a starship is Jim Kirk’s first, best destiny. In this one, he’s just been laid off from a soulless office job, he’s struggling to make ends meet in New York City, and the closest thing he has to a love life is a strange fixation on a Shirley Temple-drinking regular at his new bartending gig. But when he forges a connection with this compelling stranger and begins unraveling the mystery of his father’s death, Jim stumbles onto a secret that will change his life forever.
Redeeming Qualities of Public Transportation (Aka Hot Blonds on Buses): 1,200 words. Kirk falls asleep on a bus and Spock finds himself with a lap full a hot sleeping stranger.
Not Your Average Juliet: 8,300 words. That crack high-school AU where Spock is popular, Kirk is not, Gaila is a cheerleader, and Spock deals with an anonymous online hater.
Grey Matter, Unstable Matter, Dark Matter & Personal Matter: 14,800 words. Mirror!Verse. At the Starfleet Winter Masquerade, Jim Kirk encounters a mysterious man dressed as a Vulcan. The consequences of one night of fun threaten to come back in ten-fold.
Looking For Shooting Stars: 56,132 words. Read the warnings! Spock and his family have moved to Earth. He has accepted this. But when Jim Kirk moves in next door and Spock accidentally gets a glimpse of the younger boy’s pain, Spock refuses to accept the fact that he cannot help. It may be illogical, but he will unravel the mystery that is Jim Kirk.
Scandal Like No Other: 37,000 words. The heavily damaged Enterprise ends up in another galaxy, nearby a planet called Regelence—a planet with a society similar to Regency England, only everyone is gay. They need to find a way to get back home, but it turns out it’s easier said than done. Along the way, Jim ends up as a chaperone to a 16-year-old brat called Trouble who is smitten with the Crown Prince, attends a ball, causes a scandal, gets thrown into the royal dungeons, takes people into hostage, steals a puppy, advises a teen on his love life, and tries to sort out his fucked-up (but strictly professional) relationship with his XO. Jim’s life is hard.
The Sum of us Both: 207,623 words. Jim Kirk is nine when a massacre on Tarsus IV leaves him without a family and without a home. Spock is twelve when a strange boy in the desert saves his sehlat. Families aren’t born; they’re made. The look in mother’s eyes at his correction remained a mystery long after the colors of the night sky and the complex patterns of distant nebulae had become translatable by means of distinct and relatively straightforward equations.
The Marrying Kind: 42,318 words. While on a diplomatic mission to Delta IV, Jim flirts too much; Spock discovers the only logical solution to avoid the complications of jealousy between ambassadors is to allow the inference that Jim is already spoken for; Bones gets stuck moving roses for the happy couple. Or something like that. ‘I’m still waiting for him to wake up one morning and decide he’s got to put us all in stasis and store our bodies in hollowed out torpedoes,’ the doctor said.
As Morning Shows the Day: N/A words (WIP). A de-aged fic where Kirk has to take care of a kid-Spock; preferably Spock only listens to Kirk, and freaks out when he’s not around.
✿ Cast Out Fear: 42,269 words. Kirk saves Vulcan from Nero at high cost to himself. It falls to Spock to pick up the pieces.
✿ The Marriage of True Minds: 262,788 words. Prince S’chn T’gai Spock of Vulcan, engaged to Prince James Tiberius Kirk of Earth through an arrangement made by their parents many years ago, writes to his intended on the day of his birth in the interest of diplomacy. Jim is not interested in diplomacy. Though there is no precedent set for the commencement of a written correspondence begun due to these specific parameters, I will strive to maintain, to the best of my abilities and with ample preparatory research previously conducted, the appropriate level of formality between us, based on a number of factors, primarily examples of a similar nature.
✿ Time Is The Longest Distance: N/A words. WIP. The Narada destroys Vulcan—and the USS Kelvin, sent to defend the threatened planet—and, in the process, kills a young Spock’s father along with both of young James T. Kirk’s parents. Orphaned and unable to make it out of Riverside, Iowa, Jim’s nothing but an auto mechanic picking bar fights for fun when a mysterious ship carrying an old Vulcan crash-lands in a corn-field, and the two of them head out on a road trip that’s as much of a mind trip for Jim as anything. Jim had seen stars fall, obviously. He’d seen plenty of explosions in the distance that were less natural, too, both near and far, as well as a few smaller vessels, mostly privately run, brought down on repeat during the primetime news bulletins.