Janto: Falling in Love: Ch. 12Ianto walked away from the board room, quickly but silently, in the way he'd mastered long ago when he decided he didn't really feel like being noticed. He hurried down to the archives, and while thoughts whirled in his head, he wished that he had something to keep his mind as busy as his hands.Janto: Falling in Love: Ch. 124 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He was touched that the Captain had seemed so willing to let him into the team already, but he still felt like an outsider everyone else was there for honorable purposes, and he was using them. He was using them to try to help Lisa.
He didn't know why they seemed to trust him so quickly. It wasn't that he didn't trust them more that he hadn't been given any exclusive reason to trust them, and they'd gotten no more from him.
But even if he hadn't felt guilty for using them, he still would have felt awkward sitting down with them at lunchtime with nothing but a coffee mug in his hand. He just didn't feel hungry lately... why should he enjoy all of the creature comforts of life when
RIP Ianto Jones - RememberWarning: Spoilers for CoE. This is not a CoE fix it fic, unfortunately.RIP Ianto Jones - Remember4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Would anyone remember me after I died? I used to think about it all the time. It's what everyone wants, really. To never be forgotten, to have some record that they were there, existent, not just a hint of something.
In a way it's how we try to achieve the impossible dream of immortality.
Well, almost impossible. I know the one man who is the exception to the rule.
The one man that I most didn't want to be forgotten by.
The one man who was most likely to forget me.
But the time's here. Now that I know I'm going, now that I'm dying, I'm more afraid than ever of being forgotten.
I told him I loved him, and all he said was don't. But I didn't need to hear it from him. I could tell in his voice, in his desperation as he tried to convince the 456 to save me. I knew he couldn't bring himself to say it and I understood, because even I hadn't been able to bring myself to tell him before.