Characters/Pairing: Uhura/Spock, Spock Prime. Uhura POV.
Rating: Hard R (for sexing).
Word Count: Only about 800.
Summary: Nyota is not a selfish woman; she doesn't need to be needed. And she chose him because she knew he would always tell her the truth, though he is fully capable of lying. She chose him because he wanted her for the reasons she wanted to be wanted.
Title: don't last like the feeling
Pairing: Spock/Uhura, Kirk/Spock
Rating: Soft R
Word Count: 2,622
Summary: She wouldn’t quite say it’s love, but they’re two young people mutually attracted to each other, and as much as Spock’s Vulcan side hates to admit any human weakness like lust, it’s only logical to Nyota that they’d be touching and feeling, testing each other and their boundaries, as much as possible, in rare moments alone even more so.
Title: Mutual Feeling
Characters/pairings: Uhura, Gaila, Spock, Kirk, Spock/Uhura
Words:Over 6,000 words so far, WIP
The lengthy, slow burn at the beginning of the Spock/Uhura relationship.
Sunnary: Spock was leaving, and it felt like he was taking a piece of her soul along with him. She was such an idiot to let herself fall in love with a man she could never have.
Title: A Successful Experiment
Word Count: 2360
Warnings: Het/slash, pegging, double penetration, PWP with an emphasis on porn. Kink Meme Prompt response.
Summary: There’s nothing logical about this, but Jim’s resistance is fading so fast that he can’t even keep up with it. Her fingers are warm, and she’s still looking at him like he’s some sort of toy there for her pleasure. How can that be so fucking arousing? He’s a man, not a toy. Isn’t he?
Title: Letting Go
Word Count: 2065
A/N: Response to this prompt at the Star Trek XI Anon Kink Meme.
SummaryL “The sofa is not a conducive location for sexual intercourse, but it is the best option at this time,” he informs her as he lets go of the nipple that he’s been sucking and nibbling on.
Title: The Test
Title: Author: suzanne78
Pairing: Spock/ Nyota Uhura (pre-ship)
Summary: A look at a marriage of true minds. So much of Commander Spock throws her off, befuddles her. She supposes she harbors a crush on the man, if one wanted to define the quick palpitations in her heart whenever he was within close proximity. But, most importantly, she admires his mind, his discipline, and the calmness with which he approaches every facet of Starfleet life.
Title: Any Other World
Title: Parings: Spock/Uhura, Spock/Kirk
Rating: PG13/May rise to NC17
Summary: ”An alternate timeline. Our destinies are now different."
Title: Speaking in Tongues
Pairing: Uhura POV, Uhura/Spock, pre-movie
Summary: 1675 words. The first time she earns one of Commander Spock's rare smiles, she knows she's chosen the right path.
Rating: R, Spock/Uhura, sexual content (pon farr alert!)
Summary: 2450 words. Originally written for the st_xi_kink, the anonymous kink meme.
Summary: It took you thirty-five instances of bullying before you snapped and went ballistic on someone?"
"I know. I was weak."
Pairing: Uhura/Spock, Kirk/Uhura/Spock, implied
Summary: Uhura sat down in the chair closest to Spock's desk and slid off her shoes. Jim noticed as she tucked her feet underneath her, that the chair was angled toward Spock's but in such a way that it wasn't obvious unless one was paying attention. As he was looking for the slightest sign of the relationship between Spock and Uhura, Jim noticed it, and kept searching for other tiny adjustments that they had made.
Title: Differential Equation (Sequel to Methodology)
Pairing: Uhura/Spock, Kirk/Uhura/Spock implied
Summary: Uhura was usually there with Spock, and whenever Jim poked his head inside the office, she smiled. Even if he was moving slowly to get Spock accustomed to him, Uhura definitely knew that he was scheming, and her smiles were friendly, but she regarded him intensely and Jim guessed that she was working out what his next move might be.
Fic: Genesis (1/1)
Summary: For almost as long as Nyota Uhura had been with Starfleet, she had admired Spock. She admired his intelligence, his skill with computer systems, the way nothing seemed to ever ruffle his feathers. He was unflappable; she liked that.
Title: What We Don’t Talk About
Author: [Bad username: Ellen Fremedon]
Summary: The Vulcans are now an endangered species. "This is… such a tiny fraction of what we once had. And every bit of it is now precious. Every rite. Every custom, even those I once abhorred, I must now cherish, as something rare, and fragile. And in these circumstances, I find that contingencies I once contemplated only with dismay, I may now look upon as…"