kirk/spock fake relationship recs
Oh, you know how it is, just re-reading a bunch of Kirk/Spock fake relationship fics. Here
are my favorites, all AOS, in decreasing order of how much fake relationship
The Marrying Kind, by spicyshimmy | Mature | 42,318 words | While on a diplomatic mission to Delta IV, Jim flirts too much; Spock discovers the only logical solution to avoid the complications of jealousy between ambassadors is to allow the inference that Jim is already spoken for.
a sequence that you never learned, by annataylor | Explicit | 64,669 words | When Jim gets it in his head to adopt an eight year old Vulcan, Spock presents a logical solution to the issue of Jim’s humanity: marriage to a Vulcan citizen.
Dynamic, by coffee666 | Explicit | 16,970 words | Jim is tired of the crew assuming he and Spock don’t work well together just because they happen to disagree a lot. To prove them wrong, Jim convinces Spock they should start dating. Playing up their romantic relationship in front of the crew for spite should be fun. The hard part is that they’re both secretly crushing on each other.
When Light Shines, by awarrington and blue_jack | Explicit | 15,677 words | Kirk and Spock are negotiating Federation entry with the Athosian government while the Enterprise is away on delivery duties, when one misunderstanding leads to another.
the warp and weft of your being, by tardigradeschool | Teen | 7,697 words | When getting legally married to Spock is the only way to keep him on the ship, Jim is more than willing to do so. (In fact, upon reflection, it turns out that there are very few things he wouldn’t do for Spock.)
Challis, by yeaka | Teen | 3,968 words | Spock weasels into Jim’s mission via Mrennenimus Prime’s strange traditions.
the comfort you drew (from the light of the stars), by tardigradeschool | Teen | 5,331 words | When Jim agreed to pretend to be in a relationship with Spock, he didn’t realize exactly what he was signing up for. (See: incompetent aliens and broken bones. It’s not great, but Spock is.)
Not In Love Song, by waldorph | Explicit | 2,779 words | The five times Spock wasn’t in love, and the one time he couldn’t deny it anymore.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours), by kianspo | Teen | 10,927 words | In which Spock contemplates the laws of attraction and realizes what a slippery slope that is only after he has already fallen. There’s no help for him now.