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It was published in the print zine First Time #23.
"Kirk, Spock and McCoy go to a carnival when on shoreleave and Kirk and Spock find themselves growing ever closer,unaware that the crew think they are lovers"
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There are many ways to tell a love story. This one has Kirk, Spock & McCoy at an old-fashioned amusement park and presents a Spock who is eager to ride all manner of contraptions because he soon learns centrifugal force pushes him tightly against his Captain. Nice, huh? Kirk picks up a bug from all the cotton candy and local food, which leaves the vacationers in their room for a couple of days. There are so many small moments of putting one's significant other before one's self. This author weaves a very compatible relationship that is growing by the moment.
For once, McCoy is ahead of himself—rather than the last to know, he sees the love blossoming before even Kirk & Spock acknowledge it. There is a bit of angst when Kirkfinds out what McCoy is thinking and is shocked beyond words. There follows a very meaningful discussion between the two friends and a bit of predictable misunderstanding. But not too much.All in all it's a very well rounded and well written story—one worth reading slowly so as to miss nothing it has to offer. 
- from The K/S Press #48