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It was published in the print zine Dark Fire #2.
Reactions and Reviews
I love 'Divisions'! What an incredible job. I could easily see where Spock would be drawn to, and prefer, the wolf while in the pon farr-like state.
The exploring of Spock's early memories of the mating rituals was riveting. The exploration of pon farr is so tempting a topic for me to embrace and I appreciate when I read one done with such talent. And envy it!The conclusion was sad but honest. The sacrifice that caused Spock to go against all he has been taught so he could keep them together, broke my heart. And I couldn't help but wonder if it was a seed that led to Gol. A time will come when he will have to make peace with this. 
"The Enemy Within" has prompted a number of K/S spinoffs, none like this one, which begins with a turbolift scene that leaves your mouth as dry as desert sand! And that‘s a good thing! Spock shares the turbo with Wolf Kirk and the results are what you might expect up to a point – then this author‘s creativity and perception of Vulcan mystique kicks into high gear. From then on nothing is as you expect it. The sex is scorching and demanding from beginning to unexpected ending. It‘s all woven nicely and intricately into the episode, which would make a great X-rated addition to the series. The cameras don‘t actually need to roll on this one, because Ms. Lightfoot leaves no detail unexplained; her visualizations of every scene and every nuance of expression are all-inclusive. There are a number of twists and turns leading to the conclusion, which left me mopping my brow and smiling. Delicious story! 
- from The K/S Press #134
- from The K/S Press #135