Christening

By Kotik

Rating: PG-13

Genres: missing scene romance

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A short little missing scene for my story "Words". It tucks in between chapters 1 and 2 as T'Pol and Trip prepare for the second night in their new double-cabin, reminiscing the events of the night before - after their 'candle light dinner'.


"Yes, darlin'," Trip enthused. "That did you in - checkmate! Permission to be smug about it?"

"Granted." she answered with her trademark eye-roll. "Your decision to present your bishop for easy capturing appears to have been a deliberate move."

"It was and it threw you off."

"Indeed. Obviously, logic is not the only way to win this particular game."

"Well, the illogical things are usually the most fun," he quipped with a broad Tucker-grin.

"Like 'christening' our new cabin?"

"Exactly, in fact we didn't finish christening all the interior, by the way" he said in a suggestive tone.

"We already 'christened' the bed," T'Pol replied, knowing that a little loving banter would get them both into the right 'mood' soon.

"Yeah, and the floor after we fell off the bed in round two."

"Perhaps I should have accepted your proposal to tie me to it," T'Pol continued with a hit of teasing.

"You should listen to me more often, darlin'. I'm a formidable fountain of good advice."

"I would not go that far."

"Anyways, then we christened the shower," he recalled with a chuckle.

"After a short-lived attempt to clean us, because you failed to keep your hands to yourself," she continued.

"What can I do? I just can't restrain myself, when I see you wearing nothing but an elevated eyebrow."

"Perhaps we should blindfold you next time," T'Pol suggested with said elevated eyebrow on display.

"Well, we tried it with you, when we christened the table, did it help you to keep your hands to yourself?" he asked with a grin.

"Hardly."

"See, although you did keep 'em to yourself, when we christened the wall."

"I needed them to steady myself," she replied, shooting him a greedy look. "As I see it, there is still the desk unaccounted for."

"Yeah, and your meditation cushions."

"And the other three walls," T'Pol continued as they both frantically started to strip off their clothing.

"Ceiling's gonna be tricky."

"We shall endeavour to find a solution," T'Pol sighed greedily, before their mouths devoured each other in a passionate kiss.

 

 


Comments:

panyasan

:p:D

Brandyjane

"Ceiling's gonna be tricky."

:s

This is too funny!

Alelou

:p  Hee hee!

Honeybee

This is really charming and one of those less-is-more scenarios - where it contains all the knowledge we need and no more or no less. Although I will say that the Sex, Lies . . .series below has its own sequel, "Wrecked" this definitely doesn't feel like it belongs anywhere but in Kotik's ouverve. I'm only saying that because I'd like Kotik to revisit this in sequels and prequesl and see how his writing plays with his scenario. I would even go so far as to say I could have probably guess this was a Kotik story without the author's name, and that is mean to compliment him.  ;)

Silverbullet

They could  do it on the ceiling  if they had the gravity turned off in thier quarters. They would float to the ceiling and go from there.

SB

Transwarp

I want to be there when they christen the ceiling.

Now don't look at me like that, there's nothing prurient in my interest.  I am simply approaching this from an engineering perspective, to see how they overcome some of the more obvious obstacles...

Cogito

That's hilarious. I was admiring their stamina, but the matter-of-fact references to being tied down and blind folded made me realise that they were getting far more adventurous than I was imagining. It figures that a scientist and an engineer between them would find a way round all the logistical obstacles, but how they're going to christen the ceiling baffled me. Then I thought back to Aquarius' micro inertial dampers (which have also left my imagination boggled!) and I wonder whether these two mysteries have the same answer. It's amusing to think this story might be viewed as a prequel to the "sex, lies ..." series.

Asso

I started to smile in the beginning and I finished while laughing sonorously.

And this one:


"Ceiling's gonna be tricky."

"We shall endeavour to find a solution," T'Pol sighed greedily, before their mouths devoured each other in a passionate kiss.

:p:D:p:D:p:D:p:D

Misplaced

BWAHAHAHAHA!!!  I love it!  What a fun little scene!

Silverbullet

Kotik, you are making me Horny and that is not good for a man my age.

Great little story of TnT romping through thier quarters.

Enerdhil

All that on the first night? WOW (and she is 66...) :)

Aquarius

*giggles...dopey grin* ;)

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