Seared Onto My Heart. Angels Take Manhattan Fic.A/N: Spoilers for Angels Take Manhattan.Seared Onto My Heart. Angels Take Manhattan Fic.2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
River sighed angrily while she watched the Doctor. She was sitting on the seat beside the console watching while he flew his ship into the vortex. Ever since he read the afterward Amy wrote for the Melody Malone novel, he had been determined to go back to when she was seven and see her one more time. River had tried to talk him out of it, reasoning it would only bring him more heartache but he refused to listen and now he was barely speaking to her. Still, River was extremely stubborn so she tried to get through to him again.
"It won't change things," River said as he walked around the console to his monitor. "You can't change the future by doing this."
"I know that, River," the Doctor growled under his breath. "I'm not trying to change the future. I just want to see her one more time."
"Doctor, you're only making it worse," River said. "You need to let go and move on."
"I CAN'T MOVE ON!" the Doctor roared at her.
He swallowed hard when he saw t
That's AmoreRiver and the Doctor, "That's Amore" by Dean Martin, Italy, romantic cheesy song...you see where I'm going with this?That's Amore2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
The Doctor and River walked hand in hand down an old town street in Napoli. It was dark, and quiet, a full moon shone its silvery light. Baskets of flowers hung from the sides of windows perfuming the night air.
It was two a.m. and the world was asleep. All but them. Replete with dinner and wine from a tiny little Italian restaurant, they meandered home. River's dress swished through the clouds of fog at their feet.
“The pasta fazool was good,” the Doctor said, burping slightly.
River laughed, she turned sparkling eyes up to him, her face flushed. “You only had three helpings,” she chided cheekily.
He grinned. “I don't get to visit Luigi's nearly enough.” He looked down at his wife, slightly swaying beside him to some internal music, softly humming, infinitely relaxed. “I think the wine went to your head,” he said s