Books Every J/C Fan Should Read
- Pathways by Jeri Taylor
- Vital background on all characters and a beautiful J/C ending.
- Mosaic by Jeri Taylor
- Janeway's past, including all the Justin and Mark info.
- The Murdered Sun by Christie Golden
- Set early in the series, it displays the growing friendship very well.
- Marooned by Christie Golden
- Chakotay on the bridge, fretting.
- Equinox by Diane Carey
- Those missing scenes from the episode, as well as plenty of guilt-ridden interior monologue from our favorite captain.
- Death of a Neutron Star by Eric Kotani
- Just shows how well our command team works together.
- Battle Lines by Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur
- Includes a lovely hovering around sickbay scene.
- Cloak and Dagger by Christie Golden
- Wonderful. Just wonderful. Even includes some handholding on the bridge.
- Ghost Dance by Christie Golden
- Our pair isn't even in the same universe throughout the book, but Janeway can't keep her missing first officer out of her thoughts.
- Shadow of Heaven by Christie Golden
- No Man's Land by Christie Golden
- Wow. Full of J/C. There's even a scene in the captain's bedroom!
- Endgame by Diane Carey
- Now that Homecoming is out, you can skip it, although there is some proof in it that Janeway has feelings for Chakotay.
- Homecoming by Christie Golden
- It fixes everything. The Doctor and Seven attend the Starfleet banquet together. Harry Kim is reunited with Libby. Janeway and Chakotay visit Tevlik together. There's also a plot.
- The Farther Shore by Christie Golden
- Continues the plot from Homecoming and has several nice J/C scenes.
- Old Wounds by Christie Golden
- A good novel with a stronger plot than Homecoming.
- Enemy of My Enemy by Christie Golden
- Continues the plot from Old Wounds and contains one scene that I almost found too shippy!
- What Lies Beyond by Christie Golden et al.
- This is the seventh book in the extremely complicated Gateways series. Only part of the book even deals with Voyager™©, and yet the brilliant Christie Golden manages to sneak in a New Earth reference!
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