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I will give a lot of credit to savage garden and their song to the moon and back. If you have ever heard it you know it explains tom and B’Elanna very well. The story takes place about year after Tom and B’Elanna get together. Tom wants to know about B’Elanna’s past she explains.
Set during the fifth season, Voyager answers a distress call and finds itself knee deep in kids. A novella that includes the entire crew, with special emphasis on Paris/Torres. Could probably be a PG-13, since there’s nothing worse on it than you’ll see on the evening news, but I rated it R due to adult situations and language.
Tom is seriously wounded and left in a coma in sick bay. B’Elanna has contracted a fatal alien disease. To keep in touch with Tom, B’Elanna writes letters to him, and a new crew member.
A short story where Janeway has a little secret.
This story is a part of The Paris Journals storyline. The character of Nat Lawson first received mention in the story Thicker Than Blood.
A slightly sentimental look at Paris’ childhood and his relationship with Sandrine.
As Kathryn Janeway tries to adjust to the changes on Voyager created by the presence of the story telling circle, she also tries to deal with her own beliefs about the nature of command… and to help Tom Paris through a rough spot in his own life.
B’Elanna is injured in an engineering accident, with a very slim chance of survival.
B’Elanna Paris is pregnant and has a BIG decision to make. The rest of the crew gives her advice on what to do. Will she take it?
B’Elanna and Tom watch the sunrise on the holodeck.