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This week, as a post-Halloween treat, I offer you the eight-sentence installment #8 in my serialized Star Trek: Enterprise flash fan fiction story, “Mission Accomplished”, which tal. We begin right where last week’s snippet, This Damned Mystery ended.
T’Pol’s kisses have followed where her fingertips led her, and she’s just claimed that she’s solved the mystery the Captain assigned them…but has she?
There’s some potentially creative punctuation here, but, since it’s ‘officially’ only eight sentences, it shouldn’t matter.
“You say the sexiest things -but it’s dangerous, kissing here, pepperpot… anyone could walk in…”
“Then come with me…” It was a sultry whisper, and her body pressed up tight against him. If he didn’t go along, all her control might go out the airlock. Once she was revved up, she wasn’t even close to subtle.
“All right. But you gotta let me go, until we’re in the turbolift. Tell me what our report is going to say, while we walk.”
Has T’Pol really solved the mystery?
Will Trip accept her ‘solution’?
Will she let go of him?
Will the Captain be satisfied with the results of their ‘team-building exercises’?
Come on back next week to find out!
Need to read back? Here’s all of “Mission Accomplished” that’s been posted, thus far:
“Playing Along”: September 13, 2015
“Wasting Time”: September 20, 2015
“Vulcans Don’t Scowl”: September 27. 2015
Stow the Fantasies: October 4, 2015
“Losing Focus”: October 11, 2015
“Something Totally Unrelated”: October 18, 2015
This Damned Mystery: October 25, 2015
And, now, the obligatory disclaimer:
Trip, T’Pol, and Trek: None of these are mine. Can I help it if these two unlikely lovers keep insisting I tell their stories? =)
Have you ever finished a book, movie, or series, and thought there was more to the story? Have you ever tried to write it? If so, how did it turn out? If not, why not?