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written for [livejournal.com profile] ksvalentine 2012

prompt: Because things like holding hands, eating chocolate, and exchanging flowers (it's canon Vulcans eat Earth flowers as a delicacy, right? maybe? let's say roses are an aphrodisiac.) are not so innocent in Vulcan culture, Spock has the wrong idea about the spirit of St. Valentine's Day. Cue cultural misunderstandings, maybe jealousy, maybe Spock being very scandalized/embarrassed/aroused by the taboo? lol and if you could somehow work in something about Spock being horrified to discover McCoy lets young Johanna celebrate the holiday, even better. How Jim reacts to all this is up to you!

The Way to a Vulcan's Heart | R | 1910 words | complete )

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written for [livejournal.com profile] ksvalentine 2011

prompt: Unbeknownst to most of the universe, Sarek made a big soppy deal out of Valentine's Day every year for Amanda, because he had some sort of convoluted reasoning that worked out to him feeling logically justified in participating in his bondmate's culturally and historically significant rituals as a gesture of respect for her background. In reality, it was the one day of the year he let himself outwardly show almost human levels of adoration for his wife, because he thought she deserved it even if he couldn't bring himself to do it all the time. As a result of this, a thoroughly unromantic Spock is absolutely determined to sweep Jim Kirk off his feet, because that is just what one does on Valentine's Day when one has a human partner. Jim is kind of shocked and terrified at first. Massive bonus points for a happy, schmoopy ending, and yet more points for a sexy one.

Out of Character | PG | 1033 words | complete )

Feedback is better than Valentine's Day chocolate.
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written for [livejournal.com profile] ksvalentine 2010

prompt: Kirk is being 'pursued' by a mystery crew member over Valentine's (cards, flowers, chocolates, notes, etc), and hides in Spock's cabin. Only much later, does Kirk find out it was Spock all along...

Paper Hearts | PG | 2456 words | complete )

Feedback is better than chocolate.

A/N: Quotes, in order: Lao Tzu, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Pablo Neruda, Albert Einstein, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Dorothy Parker, Marceline Desbordes-Valmore.


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