Jealousy and Germs-Doctor/ReaderThe Doctor frowned, watching as your fingers hovered over the old iron of the keypad. “Two days with the man and you’re familiar enough to know his passwords?” He raised an eyebrow, the gesture full of implication. “You work fast.”Jealousy and Germs-Doctor/Reader1 year ago in Romance
Not looking up, you protested, “I did study literature at University, you know. I learned a lot about Byron.”
“Ah.” He crossed his arms, leaning against the uneven stones of the wall. “Did you learn if he was a good snog in one of your classes or is it a more recent lesson?”
“That’s… that’s really not your business.” You typed in ‘amour,’ which made the device light up red and whizz disapprovingly.
Noticing this, the Doctor narrowed his eyes, voice rising with disbelief. “Amour? Are you serious? That’s the first thing about Byron you come up with? Wanna fangirl a little bit harder?”
“Hey! He mentions the word exactly in a lot o
Summer of '69-10th Doctor/ReaderTakes place during the Doctor and Martha's stay in 1969 described in the episode "Blink." Reader acts as a second companion.Summer of '69-10th Doctor/Reader1 year ago in Romance
“Ah, well.” The Doctor smiled. With his hands in his pockets, he looked around the street. “Nineteen sixties. Not a bad time to get stuck in.”
“Please don’t go recreational hippie on us. Please,” You mock-sighed, and he winked at you.
Martha’s mouth fell open a little at your accepting tones. “Guys, we’re not seriously going to just sit here and take this, right?”
The Doctor glanced at you, and you both shrugged in unison. “Good music,” you said, to which the Doctor inclined his head as if to grant you that point.
“You’re joking,” Martha said.
“I mean, you’ve got Johnny Cash,” You ticked off a finger. “The Beatles.”
“The Isley Brothers,” the Doctor added. “The Who.”
“Oh! Unchained Melody by the Righteo
The Unknown Companion- Doctor X Reader (Chap 8)The Unknown Companion- Doctor X Reader (Chap 8)8 months ago in Introductions & Chapters
You sighed in annoyance at the man before the TARDIS, noticing he was back to cooing at it. You walked up and grabbed his jacket just roughly enough to catch his attention.
“Yes?” the Doctor grinned at you sadly, “Is there something bothering you, (TL Name)?”
You laughed at his obliviousness to the current situation, “There has been a murder in the middle of an opera that I feel I should have never seen in person and I don’t know who I really am anymore. My mind is being torn apart. So, if there’s any way you could possibly help me with it, please do so or leave us be...”
He held up his hands in defense, “Alright, alright... I already said he shows up soon from the vague memories of this that I have. And from what I remember, the fob watch is in your room in the TARDIS.”
“That’s....” you paused to think, “Something I suppose... Better than nothing.”
“She has a room in the TARDIS?” Rose