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Elizabeth Loperena
The Next Generation
To Dance For Plavius - Part 2
(Part 2 of 4) Conflicts abound as Commander Russell's presence aboard the Enterprise intrudes upon the lives of Captain Picard, Beverly Crusher and even Data. Suspecting him of dealing with the Romulans she confronts Jerrod Crispin, jeopardizing the Federation's offer of membership and acquisition of the mineral. But Commander Russell will blame herself when death makes an unexpected visit to the beautiful planet, Plavius.
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2003.05.23
Elizabeth Loperena
The Next Generation
To Dance For Plavius - Part 1
(Part 1 of 4) Starship production is about to come to a standstill! The Federation of Planets is experiencing a shortage of a critical mineral used in the production of warp cores. As a result, Captain Picard, along with the Enterprise crew, has been assigned to acquire mineral rights from a non-member planet, Plavius, where this mineral is found in abundance. However, intelligence sources advise that the Romulans may be well aware of the Federation's plight.

Assisting in this assignment is a Starfleet security officer, Dana Russell, whose past life on Plavius and an attraction to the captain of the Enterprise, will threaten the mission's success. Her former lover and now leader of this beautiful planet that sits on the edge of the neutral zone, has involved himself in questionable activities that may hinder the Federation's acquisition of the vital component for the Mars shipyards.

Captain Picard and the planet's leader will become formidable opponents in their struggle to acquire the precious mineral, for Dana Russell's favor and in confronting the Romulan empire. But Captain Picard's most difficult task will require him to face his most personal demons and it will be at the hands of the persistent security officer.
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2003.05.07
Elizabeth Loperena
The Next Generation
To Dance For Plavius - Part 4
(part 4 of 4) First Officer, Will Riker, takes the helm in search of his captain and the missing security officer. Not only does he face his own issues with commanding the Federation's flagship but he is forced into deal with the enemy. Picard, as well, will confront the biggest hurdle of his entire life.
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2003.07.07
Elizabeth Loperena
The Next Generation
To Dance For Plavius - Part 3
(Part 3 of 4) Jerrod Cripsin's monstrous plot is revealed and sets several events in motion bringing the crew of the Enterprise head-to-head with the Romulans. As a result, both Picard and Russell turn up missing.
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2003.06.18
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