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Psych Evaluation ch18A Star Trek TOS fanfic by Megan Trast
Please? Just a peek!
Samandak laughed. Her and Mr. Scott were engaged in a conversation about her next literary work, and somehow he'd gotten it out of her that she was nearly finished with it.
No! She said, in a stern but playful tone. I haven't even proofread yet! And it's not finished!
That's why I want ta see it! He insisted, just as cheery.
You are so stubborn! She sighed. He continued to stare, wearing a pleading smile.
He raised both eyebrows, but didn't move otherwise.
The smile expanded. Thank ye miss!
She rolled her eyes, still smirking. Samandak knew that the consequences of giving in this one time would result in problems in the future, but at the moment she couldn't care less.
This seat taken?
Samandak looked up to see Captain Kirk; obviously his day was going a little
Psych Evaluation ch17A Star Trek TOS fanfic by Megan Trast
Captain Kirk exited the turbo lift onto the bridgehis bridge. It sounded so nice in his mind, particularly in light of recent events. Concern ran rampant in his mind, more so than before. Minds were still flurriedeven the captain could feel how nervous and edgy his crew was.
There was an odd, almost groaning sound, and the ground suddenly jerked from beneath Kirk's feet. He gripped onto the railing, bracing himself against the sudden toss, and then straightened. A few bridge personnel were on the ground, and some headsets had been knocked out.
The captain approached his chair and hit the intercom switch. Engineering?
Scotty, what was that?
I'm not sure sir, one of our modifications must have jostled her a bit.
Kirk sat down, pinching the bridge of his nose. Will it happen again?
No, captain. We're almost done down here, sir.
Thank you, Sc
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