|Reviews for No Good Deed|
| annejoy chapter 3 . 4/9
I never liked the solution they showed us on TV.
I'm glad you developed this storyline which is much more satisfying although it's a difficult topic.
Thank you for sharing!
| madnessdownunder2 chapter 3 . 10/16/2016
| Starbuck223 chapter 3 . 4/8/2015
This was an excellent and interesting read! Your writing is very true to the series.
| Quadrantje chapter 3 . 1/23/2015
Interesting approach to Tuvok's pon farr. I only think the ending is a bit vague.
| Lynn chapter 3 . 11/21/2013
I figured she would help Tuvock just didn't see it bringing her to Chakotay. I like that
| Snuff-the-candle-assassin chapter 3 . 7/13/2013
Excellent story. Everything made perfect sense, and I liked the way you described things. Good job!
| ForensAnthro chapter 3 . 9/8/2012
Brilliant! it's difficult to imagine Chakotay being jealous but you captured it perfectly, well done:)
| CityDurl chapter 3 . 5/15/2012
Loved this story. The relationships popped off the page.
| Cerulean.Phoenix7 chapter 3 . 5/13/2012
This is a really interesting take on the Janeway/Tuvok relationship. I was slightly skeptical myself of the hologram used in "Body and Soul" but never truly questioned it. Here, you present us with a solution that I had never (and probably never would) consider.
I think that the biggest plot point in here is the line that decides what is cheating and what is not, as Janeway clearly still struggles with it. Since she also helped Tuvok seven years ago, I can imagine that the emotional damage afterwards was just as severe because of her engagement to Mark. I feel like this still is some form of cheating, but you address this and the feelings of other parties (T'Pel, Chakotay) quite well.
I also like that Tuvok is the one that convinces Janeway that she would benefit from a relationship with Chakotay (Vulcan logic FTW) as I think that is a reflection on their longtime friendship and how Janeway often relies on his counsel.
Chakotay's caring nature with Janeway suited him, as did his shock and outrage over her bonding with Tuvok. But in the end, I'm glad that the mental link was severed and that Janeway decided to move forward in her relationship with Chakotay.
As a final note, I must add that the character interactions and descriptions were very well done :)
| badmelk chapter 3 . 5/11/2012
loved this. so perfectly in character and a more believable situation than we saw on the series.
| KJaneway115 chapter 3 . 5/11/2012
Ahhhhhhhh. I LOVED THIS from the first word to the last. What a beautiful story of Janeway's friendship with Tuvok, her willingness to sacrifice herself for others, her discovery of her true feelings for Chakotay, Chakotay's feelings for her. I think I'd even go so far as to say that every word of this story was perfect. Beautiful job, Eydie. Thank you for sharing this.
| Tomutionmyha chapter 3 . 5/11/2012
I enjoyed this story, I think you did good job with the characters. It does not say complete so I hope there will be more! Thanks for sharing!
| American Fantasy chapter 3 . 5/11/2012
Oh yes the Pon Far...I agree with you on that respect. I doubt that a hologram would 'get the job done'. Their minds are far to complex for it to be satisfied by a projection of photons. Great story!
| mabb5 chapter 3 . 5/11/2012
Interesting version of the pon farr story line. Looking forward to more chapters. Soon.