9th Doctor X Reader: CancerYou were tired. Tired beyond belief. You wanted to sleep. You just wanted to fall into a deep sleep. You wanted to escape the pain and suffering. But you couldn’t. You still held on to the hope that your Doctor would arrive in time.More Like This
You had been travelling with the Doctor for a while. Together, the two of you travelled to so many different places and seen many things. Finally, you weren’t feeling well, so you decided to ask if you could go home for a bit. However, he beat you to the punchline. Your jumper wearing, buzz cut, leather jacket draped Doctor told you that where he was going was really dangerous, and he didn’t want to risk your life. So, he dropped you off at your place, kissed your cheek, and whispered promises that he would be back for you.
That was two months ago. Since then, you had been diagnosed with leukemia. Every day was a struggle. You had survived several rounds of chemotherapy and lost all of your hair. Although you were happy to be alive, there
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"Doctor!" You screamed as the ground around you cracked and crumbled. This was it; this was the end for you. There was no way out. Not a single soul in sight. You wept and fell to your knees, not even struggling as you began to fall with the earth...
"_____!" You heard before you quickly opened your eyes. You came face to face with the icy blue eye'd time lord you've grown to love. He smiled to see you awake and alive and without a warning, he wrapped his arms around you and held you close, "Oh, thank the stars your alright..." He mumbled softly, petting your soft hair as he hugged you.
You blinked and blushed lightly, giving a small and weak smile before slipping your arms in his jacket and around his torso, hugging back. "I-I thought I was a goner.. I-I couldn't find you.. I was scared I wouldn't be able to tell you the truth.." You mumbled into his chest, taking in his scent that only reminded you of the galaxies and stars he would constantly show you.
"Truth?" He asked, quirking a