|Fire And Ice
Author: DataIsMyHero PM
Data has had his emotion chip for a year. He's experienced many emotions, except one. Now a young woman comes aboard the Enterprise, who will change that. The events of First Contact, and Nemesis suck, and do not apply to this story. STAR TREK TNG, NOT MINE. R&R, PLEASE. IN ENGLISH! I CANNOT UNDERSTAND ANY OTHER LANGUAGE!Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Drama - Data - Chapters: 31 - Words: 39,273 - Reviews: 40 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 11 - Updated: 02-25-13 - Published: 11-02-12 - id: 8667546
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A/N: Things are not going that great right now for me. My grandmother is very sick, she has cancer pretty much throughout her whole body. So I have been away from my stories most of the time. So please be patient if I haven't posted much. And now, the next chapter!
The next morning, Data turned off her alarm clock an hour before it was due to go off. He laid on his left side, watching Samantha sleep. She looked so
peaceful, even though all but her eyes were covered. He smiled at her, gently tugging the blanket down so he could see the rest of her face. After a few
minutes, he couldn't resist. Data lightly kissed her forehead. This woke her up.
"Mmm." She opened her eyes, sleepily looking up at Data. She smiled, and Data pulled the blanket away to kiss her deeply. Sam giggled, kissing him back.
"Good morning to you to." she said between kisses. They got up and dressed, then headed out to the Turbo lift. When they beamed down to the planet, they
were met by a huge crowd of familiar sleepy faces.
"I really wish they'd let us sleep in a bit. This sucks!" Geordi said. Sam gave him a light pat on the back.
"I know, but the reservations, you know." She said. Geordi shrugged.
"Well, I'm hitting the sack as soon as I get my room key." When the last of the crew beamed down, they all walked through the lobby, toward the desk. The
clerk smiled warmly at them.
"Well, good morning! Welcome to the White Dome Hotel. You folks are the Enterprise crew, am I right?" He asked. they all nodded. As they all stood in line,
receiving their keys, Data asked Samantha,
"Do you wish to go back to sleep, when we get to the room?" Sam nodded.
"Yeah, probably for a few more hours. Sorry..." she said, squeezing his hand. Data smiled.
"There is no need to apologize. I was hoping to stay in bed with you for a little while longer."
They received their key, and headed to their room, which was on the fourth floor. Sam gasped as they opened the huge white double doors. the room was
huge. A large, luxurious looking bed was on the left side of the room, covered in gold, white and tassels. The carpet was plush, and thick; Sam was almost
afraid to step on it, it was so white. Data went to the balcony and opened the doors. A light breeze came into the room. Sam smiled, closing her eyes. She
could just barely hear the sound of the waves crashing against the shore.
"It is quite lovely here, is it not?" Data asked, picking up their suitcases from the corner. Sam nodded.
"It's wonderful. Especially the view." She went to her suitcase and pulled out a yellow and white nightgown. After changing in the bathroom, she laid down on
the bed, which was unbelievably comfortable. Data chuckled, lying on his stomach next to her.
"I am going to guess that you like the bed." He said, half sarcastic. Sam giggled. She reached over and tickled Data's side.
"Yep. I love it. But I love this more..." She wrapped her arms around Data's waist and hugged him.
Sam slept for a few more hours, and was woken by a loud knock on the door. Data was slightly irritated as he sat up, and all but ran to the door; He didn't
want Samantha to be startled.
"You know, the Captain didn't grant us shore leave to stay holed up in a hotel room, sleeping. Get your swim trunks on, Data, we're gonna go to the beach!"
Geordi exclaimed, holding what looked like a large canvas bag, a deflated beach ball, and a towel. Data quickly glanced at the bed, which, he was disappointed
to see, was empty. Sam came up behind him, peering around his shoulder.
"Hey, Geordi, what's going on?" She rubbed her eyes, tightening her dressing gown. Geordi smiled and said,
"Deanna, Worf, and Will are down in the lobby waiting, we're gonna head down to the beach, you want to join us?" His giddy body language was contagious.
"Sure, if Data would like to come." She looked at him. Data hesitated.
"There are loads of things you can do on the beach, love. We could teach you how to play volleyball, or build sand castles, or even look for seashells. "
"Actually, I think I heard they're having a sandcastle building contest later this week. you should go for it, Data, we all know you can build just about anything
perfect." Geordi smiled, elbowed his friend lightly. Data smiled shyly.
"Alright, we will be down in five, no ten minutes." he gave in.
"Great! We'll wait by the fireplace." Geordi left. Sam smiled.
"This will be fun! I love beaches." She went to her suitcase and looked for her bathing suit.