Fish Fingers and Custard(Eleventh Doctor X Reader)More Like This
“__y/n__ do we have any apples?” The Doctor asked, poking his head into your room. You were lounging on the bed, reading a book.
“You don’t like apples, remember?” You asked, not bothering to look up.
“You hate that too.”
“How is it that you don’t remember what foods you like?”
“Bread and butter?”
“Fish fingers and custard?”
“Bingo.” You said at last, looking up from your book with a smile on your face. The Doctor smiled back before he turned from the room, frantically looking for the kitchen.
“__y/n__, where’s the kitchen?” You heard him call, and you sighed before closing your book and standing up.
“Honestly, what would you do without me?” You muttered, shaking your head slightly as you exited the room.
You were just exiting your room and the Doctor was j
Want (Tenth Doctor X Master's Daughter!Reader)More Like This
Author's Note: Based off the episode of Doctor Who titled "The Last of the Time Lords", which I do not own, and will probably not make sense if you haven't seen it
“No!” The word flew from your mouth and you ran to your father, pressing a hand to the crimson stain spreading across his abdomen.
The Doctor followed not far behind, both of you cradling his body as his breathing slowed.
“Regenerate! Please, regenerate!” You begged, the Doctor pleading with him as well. You knew that your father was a bad man, and you knew that what he did to the Doctor was wrong, but you still didn’t want him to die. He was your father, the only one you’d ever get.
You glanced over at your mother, who was staring at your father with a blank expression.
“Father please, please regenerate.” You pleaded, tears streaming down your face. The Master, as he liked to be called, didn’t answer, just brought a hand up to your face, stroking gently before, with a ga
Blue Box (Tenth Doctor X Child!Reader)More Like This
You whimpered as you walked through the graveyard, eyes playing tricks on you. You thought that you saw the stone statues moving and started running, your little legs working as fast as they could to get away.
It was Halloween night and your mother had taken you out trick-or-treating. You had wandered off after you saw a puppy, chasing it into the graveyard. Now though, you were seriously regretting it.
You were lost in this graveyard, and you didn’t know how to get out. You felt something tugging on your fairy wing costume, slipping out of the wings and turning around to see a stone angel, its fist clenched around your wings.
You froze, eyes wide. How had the statue moved? It was stone and it wasn’t real.
“Just relax.” You heard a voice say from behind you. You were just about to turn around when the voice stopped you from doing so. “Don’t turn around, don’t even blink.” You kept your eyes trained on the statue, willing yourself not to b
Notice (Eleventh Doctor X Reader)More Like This
You groaned, clutching your stomach painfully. You and the Doctor had just been planning out where to go next, but for some reason your stomach was acting up.
“__y/n__? Are you okay?” The Doctor asked anxiously, rushing over to you and pressing his hand against your forehead.
“I’m fi-“ You cut yourself off, slamming your hand over your mouth and running out of the control room.
The Doctor winced as he heard the door to one of the bathrooms slam shut, then the sound of something hitting the water.
You wiped your mouth on the back of your hand, standing up and flushing the toilet. You washed your hands before you brushed your teeth, ridding yourself of the horrible taste.
You came back out of the bathroom, stomach churning and body clammy.
“I’m going to go sleep.” You muttered tiredly, slumping down the hallway to your room.
The Doctor frowned as you left, he felt helpless and he hated it. How was he supposed to help you?
Cute (Eleventh Doctor X Reader)More Like This
Author's Note: Probably won't make a lot of sense if you haven't seen the episode of Doctor Who titled "Flesh and Stone".
“Remember, keep your eyes shut. I promise I’ll come back.” The Doctor whispered, his forehead pressed lightly against yours as his hands cupped your cheeks. You opened your mouth to protest, you did not want to stay here with that…thing in you, but the Doctor just shushed you, pressing, what you guessed to be a finger, to your lips.
“__y/n__, I have to go.” The Doctor added, right before you felt something warm and firm against your lips. You were tempted to open your eyes, oh so very tempted, but if you did you’d die, so you refrained. The pressure disappeared, and you could hear the Doctor leaving, twigs cracking and leaves crunching.
“Did you just kiss me?” You called out, hearing a faint chuckle as the Doctor moved farther away. You huffed, crossing your arms across your chest.
Sorry (Tenth Doctor X Reader)More Like This
Author's Note: This probably won't make a lot of sense if you haven't seen the episode "The Girl in the Fireplace"
You stared in shock at the gaping hole in the wall, the one that the Doctor just jumped through.
All for her.
He left, to save her. Didn’t even look back as he rode through the glass, shattering his link to the ship. He had no way of getting back to you now. And he didn’t say goodbye, he didn’t do anything.
All for his dear Reinette. He just met her, and yet she was already more important than you.
You knew the Doctor wasn’t yours, you knew he never would be, but he just left you so easily. You thought you meant more to him than that, but apparently not.
You heart had shattered like the mirror as the Doctor disappeared through it, the wall closing up behind him. You sunk to the ground, clutching your knees to your chest as the tears started falling.
The Doctor bolted into the ship, looking around for you. He beamed happily; he w
Nightmares (11th Doctor X Reader)More Like This
You woke up in a cold sweat nearly on the verge of tears. "D-Doctor?!" You whispered fearfully. You got up, cringing as your bare feet touched the cold metal floor of the TARDIS. You shuffled your way down the hallways just hoping to get there faster. Finally you arrived at the door. You knocked on it softly. "Doctor?" You whispered again.
"Mmph" came the tired response from the raggedy man. "Yeah? Come in"
You opened the door and walked in slowly. "I um....I had a bad dream....I wanted to make sure you were okay" you said blushing slightly as you sat on the edge of the bed.
He motioned for you to come closer and when you did he hugged you close to him, you immediately felt safer in his arms. "I'm always okay (Y/n)" He said placing his chin on the top of your head gently.
"I wasn't sure if it was re-real but in the dream these things were killing everyone and you were really scared...And that made me scared..."
He smiled kindly. "Now you and I both know I'm never ever scared of anythin