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This story is a part of The Paris Journals storyline. The character of Nat Lawson first received mention in the story Thicker Than Blood.
(Marks the first appearance of Lt. Hannah Jemison) Hannah Jemison, an ensign in Voyager’s science department, deliberately circumvents Chakotay and appeals directly to Captain Janeway for the position of science officer. But even after getting the post, her antipathy towards the first officer remains obvious
After observing Chakotay’s curious behavior, Gerron decides to play matchmaker between the first officer and his own superior, Hannah Jemison.
While returning from a trade mission, Chakotay and Jemison are captured by the Kazon Nistrum.
There is always a price to be paid to those whom you agree to serve, and Hannah Jemison discovers just how dear that price can be when the ship finds itself in need of her special talents.
In his service to Voyager Chakotay Thought he had found peace within himself, especially when Hannah stepped into his life. But when his pride pushes her away and into the arms of Paris, Chakotay must endeavor to find that peace again
A slightly sentimental look at Paris’ childhood and his relationship with Sandrine.
Voyager responds to a distress call and finds that a blind musician/singer is the lone survivor of a Kazon attack. Orphaned, she joins Voyager as a member of the crew.
As Harry and Mylaa prepare to exchange vows, Paris makes a vow of his own.
Years have passed since Voyager’s return from the Delta quadrant, and once again, the ship returns to earth, allowing Paris time to visit Mylaa. But a few surprises await him.
(marks the first appearance of Caitlin Matthews) Tuvok’s ponn farr approaches, and a temporary chief of security must be named. Caitlin Matthews, a Maquis member of the security team, is suggested. However, her continued conflict with Paris may prevent her from obtaining this post.
With reserves at a critical low, Janeway sends an away team, led by Caitlin Matthews, to a spacedock in hopes of lining up supplies through free-lance traders. But two near catastrophes on the mission drive a wedge between Paris and Matthews.
Caitlin Matthews wakes up in a 20th century only to discover she isn’t who she thinks she is and neither is anyone else.
Shore leave brings both relationships to the next level.
Many years ago, before Caldik Prime, Paris met Caitlin Matthews.
With his and Caitlin’s relationship in shambles, Paris turns to Harry for help. But before anything can be done, Paris is pulled into a vortex and finds himself in a very different Alpha quadrant than the one he left
After breaking up with Caitlin, Paris turns to the bottle and could lose conn as a result.
When aliens impregnate Caitlin and three other women, Paris agrees to become a surrogate father to her child. But little does he realize what this may entail.
Paris is kidnapped and brutally tortured while on an away mission, leaving him physically and emotionally scarred.
Even though therapy has allowed him to return to duty, psychological scars still prevent Paris from enjoying a normal life.
As Paris continues to struggle with internal demons, a shuttle accident traps him, Caitlin, Chakotay, and Harry on an M-class moon inhabited by a pre-industrial society.
Tom had been considering asking Caitlin to marry him, but he never thought he would do it under these circumstances.
Trouble with the gel packs sends Tom tumbling to the shuttlebay floor, and B’Elanna tumbling into the arms of another man. As a result, Paris loses his memory, and B’Elanna almost loses Harry for good.
Tom and Caitlin look forward to the birth of their first child, but an attack on the ship brings their excitement to an abrupt end.
Voyager returns to the Alpha Quadrant.