Few shows in television history have depicted love and romance better than Star Trek. Thanks to such crucial emotions of the human condition (and of other species), the Star Trek series successfully produced a TV show built on profound character development, sparkling conversation, and entrancing story lines. To properly celebrate Valentine's Day and all the powerful feelings it evokes, here is a collection of Star Trek books that do just the same:
Star Trek: Signature Edition: Imzadi Forever
Deanna Troi and William Riker have one of the hottest romances in space. Riker is Deanna’s Imzadi; a term on her planet that means beloved and denotes an unbreakable bond. But when Deanna falls ill and dies can William Riker bring her back? We sure hope so.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Triangle: Imzadi II
Deanna Troi and William Riker are now just friends. Commander Worf and Deanna have fallen in love. But who will be Deanna’s true Imzadi: Riker or Worf?
Captain Kirk's Guide to Women
Few men have captured more women’s hearts across the galaxy than James T. Kirk. Period.
An old flame of Kirk’s wants to pick up where they left off, but she’s not the only one looking to romance the captain.
A Star Trek: The Next Generation: Time #4: A Time to Love
Captain Riker and Deanna Troi are married. We love Riker and Troi.
The son and daughter of age old enemies must marry to bring peace and end decades of civil war. A Romeo and Juliet set in The Next Generation.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Death in Winter
Long before Captain Jean-Luc Picard took command of the legendary Starship Enterprise, he fell deeply and hopelessly in love with Doctor Beverly Crusher.
Star Trek: Corps of Engineers: Creative Couplings
A Klingon-Jewish wedding!
A wedding aboard the Enterprise! And we’re invited.
Spock and Saavik betrothed? A crisis with worlds hanging in the balance on their wedding night? The titles says it all.