No Secrets (Star Trek: TOS story)
|Length:||6 1/2 pages|
|Fandom:||Star Trek: The Original Series|
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It was published in the print zine And Another K/S Zine.
When McCoy learns that Kirk and Spock are lovers, he must fight his feelings of pain and frustration at his inability to be part of something that means so much to Kirk. He is unsure of his part in the relationship, but Kirk and Spock are determined that the Doctor realize his friendship is wanted and needed as such as ever. 
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“No Secrets” by Devery Helm opens with a confrontation I always enjoy: Kirk explaining to McCoy that he is in love with Spock. I never tire of this scenario. Just listen to this description of McCoy trying to find the right words, “OK, Jim, so you and Spock have been” intimate/sleeping together/fucking around... “involved.” The way Kirk describes his love for Spock leaves no room for humor. It is intense. “Completion of my soul”, he declares. Something else that gets me every time is McCoy explaining to Kirk just how revealing are the looks they exchange on the bridge. All through their conversation, Kirk thinks of Spock and things happen to his body in response. He flushes. He squirms and wiggles to relieve the pressure. And there are the memories that McCoy’s questions bring to the surface. Warm, loving, erotic memories that the reader gets to share.