|Reviews for Pearls of Great Price|
| Laedeydra chapter 1 . 10/26/2013
Only four reviews? Wow what the hell, this story deserves more.
That was... beauuuuutiful, to say in the least; from the first to last word. It was realistic and the characters were true to themselves. I could see this happening once the cameras stop filming. It wasn't over done but still showed enough to evoke emotion. And The sex wasn't gross, as many are. It was... soft, gentle, and full of empathy. The whole story was. The fan base needs more Kirk/Spock/McCoy. It's hard enough finding one about the three of them, let alone one written as well as this.
Thank you for sharing :)
| black.k.kat chapter 1 . 12/22/2011
This is very true-to-character and sweetly angsty. There's an almost dreamy feel to the writing that I very much adore, and the scene you paint is wonderful. The fandom truly needs more stories like this - delicate, thoughtful, multifaceted, and dealing with all the problems that /have/ to occur after the cameras stop rolling. Thank you. .
| baracudaboy chapter 1 . 4/5/2011
A believable in character threesome?
My country, my country for a world of stories like this. This was wonderful everything came off so smoothly and I could honestly imagine it grafted into the show in some alternate porny universe lol.
The world needs more Kirk/Spock/McCoy.
| Tenshi no Koneko chapter 1 . 8/4/2009
I can't find many k/s/m fics. This one is well written and believable. I love the fact you showed how much mental damage can happen even when there are no physical s ars to remind them of what happened but that comfort can be found within those close to. Thank you for the enjoyable story. :)
| readonly1956 chapter 1 . 6/29/2009
No reviews yet? Can't see why... I like the story. It's in-character and believable, and I appreciate that you made clear what happened without going into graphic details. In most cases a good story is ruined by that - for me, that is.
The K/Mc/S relationship always seemed 'logical' to me. While I don't enjoy slashing people together just for the fun of it, I think those three - designed by Rodenberry as three parts of a whole, in a way - don't fit in common and standard patterns.