Author has written 28 stories for StarTrek: Enterprise.
Here I'm primarily a huge fan of Trip and T'Pol and a longtime Trekkie. In real life I am the novelist Sandra Hutchison (you can find out more at google, Amazon, or Sheer Hubris Press). That has demanded most of my energy lately, which means I'm not sure when I'll get back to NORTH STAR, though I do still hope to someday. (Yes, I do know it's been years. Sorry.)
Most of my Enterprise stories stand alone or are posted as multiple chapters of a single story. However, there are a few series you might want to read in order:
THE COMMANDER TUCKER SERIES
(Missing Scenes from Harbinger through Terra Prime and beyond)
You will need a strong stomach for angst to get through this one, especially if T'Pol's canon treatment of Trip annoys you.
1. Commander Tucker Falls in Love
2. Commander T'Pol Joins Starfleet / (with Koss on the side)
3. Commander Tucker Suffers from Intrusive Daydreams
4. Commander Tucker Holds Out
5. Commander Tucker Proposes
(Commander Tucker Has a Baby is NOT part of this series; that one goes seriously AU from first season's "Unexpected")
THE FINDING HOME SERIES
1. Almost Home
2. Coming Home
MISSING TnT SCENES - a 'missing' scene for every episode of the series, plus lots more for "Home" and "Terra Prime"
You will enjoy these better if you’ve seen the episodes in question. This is a less angsty take on the relationship than the Cdr Tucker series, but it's also canon-friendly so it won't be all sweetness and light.
1. Missing TnT Scenes Season One
2. Missing TnT Scenes Season Two
3. Missing TnT Scenes Season Three
4. Missing TnT Scenes Season Four
These general ensemble pieces with strong TnT strands fall during the canon-friendly Missing TnT Scenes series, and take place in the ‘real’ Trek universe while the mirror universe episodes are unfolding. Ideally, you would skip from the two “In a Mirror Darkly” missing scenes to these 'missing' episodes, then return to the missing scenes series with “Demons.”
1. Darkness Intruding
2. Secrets and Sties
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