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Reflecting to You
By MissAnnThropic

Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: None of its mine. Im just a sad little fangirl that spends her days writing fanfic and watching taped episodes of my favorite shows. :(
Description: A different ending to In a Mirror Darkly, Part I, results in the Mirror Universe T'Pol ending up on our universe's Enterprise when the relationship between Trip and T'Pol is at a breaking point. (later becomes a cross-over with ST:TOS, Spoilers: The Tholian Web)

Author's Note: This is a story idea that I have had in my head for years, but I never took the time to sit down and write. I don't know how long it is going to take to complete, but when the idea would not leave me alone, even after all this time, I decided it was my Muse's way of saying it had to be attempted. The final deciding factor that convinced me to start writing it was how much I missed the ENT fandom.

Status: In Progress


Chapter 1, 26 April 2008
Chapter 2, 26 April 2008
Chapter 3, 26 April 2008
Chapter 4, 26 April 2008
Chapter 5, 26 April 2008
Chapter 6, 26 April 2008
Chapter 7, 26 April 2008
Chapter 8, 26 April 2008
Chapter 9, 26 April 2008
Chapter 10, 26 April 2008
Chapter 11, 26 April 2008
Chapter 12, 26 April 2008
Chapter 13, 26 April 2008
Chapter 14, 26 April 2008
Chapter 15, 26 April 2008
Chapter 16, 26 April 2008
Chapter 17, 26 April 2008
Chapter 18, 22 July 2008
Chapter 19, 22 July 2008
Chapter 20, 22 July 2008
Chapter 21, 22 July 2008
Chapter 22, 22 July 2008
Chapter 23, 28 July 2008
Chapter 24, 8 September 2008
Chapter 25, 14 December 2008

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