Title: Papers in the Roadside
Fandom: Star Trek (reboot)
Warnings: Sap, Oblivious Boyz
Word Count: 49,637
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.
Why You Should Read This:
Spock wanders into a small bar in Chicago and boyz are instantly smitten but it takes multiple misunderstandings, pining, a war with the Klingons and the entire crew of ‘our’ Enterprise to finally get them together.
This is a well-written, fun read. The hot sex makes it NC-17 but the story is warm and fluffy!
Fandom: Star Trek
Pairing: James Kirk/Spock x3
Warnings: Violence, Torture
Genre: Action/Adventure, Angst, Romance, AUs,
Word Count: 24816
Two separate parallel universes merge with their own as the Enterprise is sent to an unknown planet where a dangerous phenomenon is destroying ships and expanding outward.
Why You Should Read This: -
Converging universes with multiple Kirks and Spocks all on the Enterprise? Happy time.
Seriously, bigmamag characterisation is so good you never lose which one comes from which universe. I am in awe of this fantastic skill.
Title: Shine Like the Sun
Fandom: Star Trek Reboot
Genre: Angst, H/C
Word Count: 25K
Summary: An accident leaves Spock with amnesia. His last memory is bringing a cadet up on charges for cheating on the Kobayashi Maru – a cadet who, to his disgust, is now his bondmate.
Why You Should Read This: It’s hard to describe why you should read this story, the characters are true, the writing is great and you just hurt along with Kirk as he struggles with the fact his Bondmate hates him and with Spock’s confusion on why this Human of all humans. for all it’s heart clenching moments, Kyliselie writes some really great stories that pull you in and keeps you there.