Chapter One: On his first trip to Earth, 15-year-old Spock runs into a certain rebellious young man from Iowa; confusing as their night together is, he's sure everything will return to normal when he gets home..Chapter Two: Spock returns to Vulcan, and finds himself suffering from strange symptoms.
Chapter Three: Spock's physician gives him surprising news...which he then must break to his parents.
Chapter Four: Spock answers difficult questions about the father of his child.
Chapter Five: Sarek and Spock pay a visit to T'Pring and her family.
Chapter Six: Spock comes home to an unexpected visitor.
Chapter Seven: Spock spends a quiet night alone with his unborn child.
Chapter Eight: The day of the Academy qualifying exam has arrived...but is Spock ready?
Chapter Nine: Spock acknowledges the changing shape of his body (with some help) and sees the first images of his baby.
Chapter Ten: T'Pring questions Spock about his experiences on Earth. Later, Spock gets good news.
Chapter Eleven: Stonn pushes Spock to the edge, and secrets are revealed.
Chapter Twelve: Spock prepares for the coming arrival of his baby. T'Pring initiates an experiment.
Interlude One (parts one and two): Jim Kirk is only eighteen; he should have infinite possibilities ahead of him. But an expected event threatens to keep him tied to Riverside instead.
Chapter Thirteen: Spock and his parents prepare a room for the newest member of their family, as Spock nears the very end of his pregnancy.
Chapter Fourteen; Spock meets his child for the first time.
Chapter Fifteen; Spock introduces T'Pring to his son and, later, returns to school for his final year.
Chapter Sixteen: An offer is renewed, and Spock reconsiders his options.
Chapter Seventeen: Spock begins training, to prepare for the possibility of a future in Starfleet. Sevin celebrates his first birthday.
Chapter Eighteen: The Science Academy makes its decision, and Spock makes one of his own.Chapter Nineteen: Spock's plans change abruptly, and he prepares to say goodbye to Vulcan.
Interlude Two: Cadet Kirk goes to the park in the hope of getting some reading done; instead, he is distracted by a pretty girl...and a strange Vulcan boy.
Chapter Twenty: Sevin returns to Vulcan for the summer. Lt. Spock sees an unexpected face at the Kobayashi Maru exam.
Chapter Twenty-One: Spock and Nyota discuss Captain Pike's offer, and asses Cadet Kirk and his unexpected performance at the Kobayashi Maru exam.
Chapter Twenty-Two: After the Narada mission, Spock and his family mourn.
Chapter Twenty-Three: Kirk comes to Spock's apartment to make him an offer. Bones finds out more about his friend's past than he wanted to know.
Chapter Twenty-Four: Spock and Sarek discuss his future plans. Nyota learns a secret.
Chapter Twenty-Five: Kirk and Spock start working together again.
Chapter Twenty-Six: Jim has a problem. Spock and Sevin lunch with Spock's counterpart.
Chapter Twenty-Seven: Jim tries to get to know Spock a little better. The future bridge crew bonds.
Chapter Twenty-Eight: Jim takes Sevin to the aquarium and, later, asks Spock some personal questions about Sevin's other parent.
Chapter Twenty-Nine: Spock confronts the memory of his mother's death. Kirk and Spock speculate about their alternate lives.
Chapter Thirty: Jim has an enlightening conversation with Sevin.
Chapter Thirty-One: Jim confronts Spock.
Chapter Thirty-Two: Spock and Jim have a difficult conversation with Sevin.
Chapter Thirty-Three: Spock informs his father that he has finally found Sevin's other parent. Bones confronts Jim on his recent strange moods. Nyota tries to be optimistic.
Chapter Thirty-Four: Jim speaks to his new First Officer. Sevin asks questions about the new-found branch of his family tree.
Chapter Thirty-Five: Pike makes a last effort to convince Spock to stay in Starfleet. Sevin meets McCoy and explains why he doesn't like doctors.
Chapter Thirty-Six: Spock tells Sevin about his plans to leave Starfleet. Jim and Uhura disturb poker night (and Sulu's neighbors). Jim and Spock reach a breaking point.
Chapter Thirty-Seven: Spock makes a new acquaintance, and finds an old friend he believed had died in the destruction of Vulcan.
Chapter Thirty-Eight: Sarek and Jim have a long overdue conversation. Sevin talks to Jim about Spock.
Chapter Thirty-Nine: On a wet and windy evening, Spock invites Jim in; feelings are explained, questions are asked, and memories are offered.
Chapter Forty: Spock has dinner with Soval and Senar. Jim watches home movies.
Chapter Forty-One: Spock experiences disquieting dreams. Jim tells Spock about his plans for the Enterprise, and his problems wit his First Officer.
Chapter Forty-Two: Jim considers Spock's letters, and writes a response.
Chapter Forty-Three: Spock takes his son to the park to meet two old friends.