|Reviews for jop 'ej way'|
| Photogirl1890 chapter 6 . 7/8/2013
In summary, I thought this was a great "missing episode". You could even have run a B-story interspersed with this if you'd wanted, perhaps something on Voyager itself, but that's not a criticism that you didn't. Just a suggestion for future stories. The original characters were well done. And nice wrap-up at the end there. The pips, the name. : )
| Photogirl1890 chapter 5 . 7/8/2013
"It occurred to him to wonder how many people would face her down in this state – and how many would find any excuse to flee. And, in fleeing, would leave her alone to deal with those demons that were clearly haunting her." - spot on
Like the nod to S1 ep. "Faces". The hints of the growing attraction between the two are subtly done and the action was easy to visualise.
| Photogirl1890 chapter 4 . 7/8/2013
I like: "Neelix's cooking clearly having had a deleterious effect on their taste buds" !
Great conversation mentioning the shuttle crash and Tom's idea for a Klingon holodeck program.
| Photogirl1890 chapter 3 . 7/8/2013
The caves all looking the same, that's classic! Like the town observations, how Tom assesses the place, the provisional bars being gold-less, Tom's concern for B'Elanna in the bar.
I like how the plot is developing and the style just flows really well.
| Photogirl1890 chapter 2 . 7/8/2013
I particularly liked:
"Ten hours of being stuck in a Class 2 shuttle craft cockpit with Tom Paris had been more than enough to leave her ready to sprint through a marathon. Or two."
" Talking about her misadventures at Starfleet Academy, even the not entirely unsuccessful parts, was unlikely to help ease her black mood."
Contact sports, area of expertise - lol
"The resulting settlement appeared to be a hive of transience and exploitation." - see, the SW fan part of me is imagining Mos Eisley!
| Photogirl1890 chapter 1 . 7/8/2013
This is a great opening chapter, plenty going on, very believable dialogue.
"if one could imagine playgrounds without all of the safeties that centuries of cautious parenting had built in." - nice
"had he known all it would take was a few hours crammed into the cockpit of a Class 2 shuttle to get a glimpse of unfiltered B'Elanna again, he would have volunteered them both for a supply mission months ago." - classic TP
I'm looking forward to reading on.
| TheNaggingCube chapter 6 . 6/24/2013
Oh I liked this very much. Nicely done on the OCs and the story and bonding.
| Kath chapter 6 . 6/7/2013
Really enjoying your stories! You write Tom and B'Elanna well. Love the additional insight into their characters and relationship. Thanks for writing!
| Juddysbuddy chapter 6 . 4/24/2013
Wonderful story! Really loved the interaction between Tom and B'Elanna. Hope you have more of these in you!
| Clare-Louise89 chapter 1 . 4/23/2013
Loved it :) maybe a sequal at some point? Well done xxx
| CrlkSeasons chapter 6 . 4/22/2013
I missed a couple of chapters. I am glad that I was able to catch up in time for your satisfying conclusion. I thoroughly enjoyed the development of the action in the story and the gradually changing relationship between B'Elanna and Tom. It takes a fine touch to accurately match a particular stage in their relationship with a given period in the series.
A well played sparring match on both levels.
| Alpha Flyer chapter 6 . 4/22/2013
What a great read. Thoroughly enjoyed it, every last bit. Especially the gradually growing mutual respect - subtle, but palpable. Really nicely done. Would have made for a great episode.
| Clare-Louise89 chapter 3 . 4/18/2013
Love it :) got me hooked lol love the PT :) update soon xx
| Juddysbuddy chapter 3 . 4/14/2013
Really enjoying this story! Love the way Tom and B'Elanna work together even while sparring. Especially enjoyed the way B'Elanna handled the men in the tavern - looking forward to the next chapter!
| Alpha Flyer chapter 2 . 4/8/2013
Well. Fab action writing, superb technobabble, what appears even this early on to be a well-thought-out plot, plus in-character dialogue from my favourite Voyager pair. Bliss, really.