Stories written by Eowyn:
The Curse of Hellguard written by Eowyn Read the reviews!
A look at the years on Hellguard for Saavik and her Romulan parent, starting shortly before Saavik's rescue from the planet and going back in time to her birth. (Author's disclaimer: T'Pren and Black Cloak (AKA It) belong to Carolyn Clowes from Pandora Principle; Ajeya, Diartr, their family, and Micar belong to Kerry.)
Befriending the Enemy written by Eowyn Read the reviews!
Saavik leads Romulan prisoners in a Klingon prison camp to freedom and Ragnhilh finds the truth about her 'fellow Romulan' cellmate. Having survived the camp, Saavik faces death at the hands of a friend and her greatest enemy. An AU follow up to Kerry’s The Meeting.
The Forgotten written by Eowyn Read the reviews!
A sequel to "Befriending the Enemy" which is an AU to Kerry’s The Meeting. Saavik is asked to help the one person she truly hates. The mission will cross quadrants and take her, and everyone with her, to the shadows of Cardassia, the Romulan Empire, and Earth.
A Casual Encounter written by Eowyn Read the reviews!
During a low point in the Dominion War, Saavik looks for solace amongst her crew, and finds instead a Romulan commander she's been avoiding.
This story uses characters and situations from Kerry's Negotiations and Marla's Starcrossed.
"The Race of Cain: Wow! The story is amazing and well thought out. You capture the characters with amazing accuracy and your skill as a writer is very impressive." — Beth
"Mourning: There are no words...wonderfully done. Praise to you for this tasteful and touching piece. It brought tears to my eyes and amazement to my heart...your story filled in the blanks of how our beloved crew weathered what we all know would have been a devastating blow. Well done."- Kim
"Momisms: This is probably the funniest Star Trek story I've ever read. I just plain ADORE Amanda. And everyone else, as well. I laughed out loud the first time I read it, the second, the third... Walking on the pavement thinking about it... And hit myself in the head when I realised I hadn't told you yet how ruddy brilliant this thing is. Congratulations. Well done." - Ingvild
"What Good Came From It: Another stellar story by Kerjen! Death usually brings up such regrets. You have shown that, by pushing past pain and regrets, by bringing healing to one grieving party, you can bring healing to your own broken heart. A beautiful story, beautifully written." - Beth
"Evolution: Awesomely original concept, and very well-written. Thank you for sharing."- Onaleia
"May I Ask Why: Oh good God... This is absolutely adorable. The mastery of the dialogue, the spell of *intellectual* humor... Oh, dear, I laughed... thank you!" - Anna