Date: 25 Jul 2013 04:47 Title: 'Sleeping With the Enemy'
Not one to not take advantage, is he? I still suspect Harris. I also laughed when he kept referring to her by rank in the sack. As for his approach to find the mole, I would think it a wee bit reckless, except he is McGregor, so of course there is some thought and method behind it. Now it's just a matter of seeing what.
Date: 31 May 2013 18:12 Title: 'Sleeping With the Enemy'
Ah, the beginning of this chapter was … well, McGregor. Giving us WAY too much information (thanks for the image of him playing with his crouch hair, MF, really glad I didn’t read this before bed :P) but showing us that, even when he’s not on duty, he still is on duty (like every captain in the fleet). Yeoman Harris by his side, him and her being playful in a number of ways … very well done. Harris is a babe, plain and simple, and you painted that spot on. McGregor obviously enjoys her company and that’s nice to see that he can wind down and relax.
Dexter showing up and delivering the news made me think that, maybe, he had found out about Paul and Molly was going to be implicated in something … but the surprise here was the mole. Someone aboard the ship let T’Hos in? But who? It looks like McGregor is suspecting Noah (with the general incompetence line) but I think that’s just to throw Dexter off the trail (for he likes to make his people work). No, the chapter title itself leads me to believe that the mole is indeed Yeoman Harris herself. And T’Hos was going to end her anyway (loose ends and all) but she’s alive and so is he … he must have something on her.
Whatever the case is, she’s my leading suspect.
Date: 01 Dec 2009 06:58 Title: 'Sleeping With the Enemy'
I always love coming back to this story. McGregor is a complete rake, and a fun one at that. It's interesting to see that he also has a more subtle side, even if he doesn't often exercise it.
I have a couple of ideas about the mole. It'll be fun to see if I'm right or way, way off course! I can't wait for the next chapter, and fortunately, I don't have to. Great job!
First off, thanks for coming back to the story and for catching up all in one go to boot! Crikey! That's some reading! McGregor does have a subtle side but you are right - he doesn't tend to exercise it often. Hmmm ... wonder who you think the mole is. I'd love you to PM me a theory - mind not that I'd respond to it one way or another! Hee hee. Thanks for reading.
Date: 15 Jul 2009 10:12 Title: 'Sleeping With the Enemy'
So, uh, why does this man serve in Starfleet anyway? I get the feeling he'd be worshiped with the Orions. ::snicker::
LOL! Better he serves in it than against it, is probably Starfleet's thinking on the score.