Stories tagged with: Seven of Nine

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapters Ten & Eleven
04/18/18  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Ten “I’m not saying you shouldn’t do it,” Samantha Wildman said to Seven of Nine. “I’m just saying that maybe you should try talking to her yourself before going to the Captain.” Seven of Nine raised an eyebrow. “The Captain asked me to oversee this year’s annual performance reviews. I do not see why […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapter Nine
03/27/18  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Nine Everything was set up. The first ever Voyager Science Fair was ready to begin. Naomi and the four Borg children had their experiments ready to go, and Seven of Nine felt pride in all of them. The twins, whose species had finally been identified as Wysanti, worked together on theirs while Naomi, Mezoti, […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapter Seven
02/25/18  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

[Note: Whoops, I did not mean to post Chapter 8 before Chapter 7. I’d hope that would be obvious, but one can never be too careful] Chapter Seven Samantha Wildman was tired, but smiling. For the third night in a row, Naomi had slept through the night without waking up in terror. The worst of […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapter Eight
02/25/18  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Eight The silence was getting to be too much for Chakotay, but he couldn’t blame anyone other than himself. It had been his idea after all to choose three crew members who’d had no time in Delta Flyer for this away mission after all. It just never occurred to him that none of the […]

Belated

Harry’s speculative gaze flicked between the scattering of poker chips on the table and the cards cupped protectively in his hands. Tom’s foot tapped with playful impatience on the Flyer’s floor as he casually leaned back in his chair to dial an adjustment to the autopilot one handed while his gaze remained squarely on his […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapters Five and Six
02/04/18  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Five Seven of Nine stepped out of her alcove, fully recharged, and was greeted upon opening her eyes by the smiling face of her wife. “Morning, Sam,” she said. “Morning, Annie,” Samantha said. “Feeling better today?” “Much,” Seven said. “An extra day of regeneration was, as the Doctor said, exactly what I needed.” “And […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapter Four
01/14/18  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Four Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay sat across from each other in the Captain’s quarters over lunch, like they did most days, but today’s lunch was quieter than usual. “It’s been over a week, Kathryn,” Chakotay said, finally breaking the awkward silence. “If either the Vaadwaur or the Turei were going to come after […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapters Two & Three
12/31/17  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Two Although she’d been at several weddings in her life, Captain Janeway had never officiated over one before. She knew the routine fairly well, having heard the standard speech given by Captains before. She’d even heard Tom Paris’s father give the speech once, but now it was her time to do this, and she […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 3 of 4: Sweeter Than Heaven: Chapter One
12/12/17  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter One “Kathryn!” Chakotay yelled as a fissure opened up behind Captain Janeway’s head. The captain dived forward, allowing him to blast the alien coming through with his phaser. Janeway rolled to her left and got up to her knees, and began hitting buttons on the console by her chair. “Give me tactical control!” she […]

A Fire of Devotion: Part 2 of 4: Louder Than Bells: Chapter Eleven
11/21/17  Tags: , ,
Category: Voyager  By: Brian Webber

Chapter Eleven “Stay the course!” Captain Rudolph Ransom shouted over the sounds of alarm klaxons and exploding consoles on the bridge of the Nova-class starship Equinox. “Shields are down to 29%, they’re breaking through,” Ransom’s first officer, Lieutenant Maxwell Burke said as another explosion rocked the bridge. “Let them,” Ransom said. “Sir?” Burke said, looking […]