Donna Noble and the Attack of the AU-DoctorxReaderDonna Noble tapped her finger against her chin, ignoring the chatter around her. The Doctor was whizzing off God-knows-what about alien plate tectonics, and Y/N was listening intently, trying to work her way through sub-gravitational-whosie-ma-whatsies and sipping on a smoking beverage. They were tucked into a booth in a tea shop near the Betelgeuse galaxy, finally relaxing after a run in with a rather nasty tribe of little green men, which Donna had found hilariously funny until they’d tied her upside down to a tree. Now, breathing and right-side-up, Donna found herself wondering aloud. Loudly aloud.Donna Noble and the Attack of the AU-DoctorxReader by KisstheRain272
“What if,” she began, slow words punctuating their conversation, “Y/N worked at a tea shop?”
Y/N turned to her, and the Doctor looked up. Both seemed lost, but she wasn’t able to appreciate the fact that she’d stunned them. Her thoughts were picking up to a roaring speed.
“… Not that they aren’t lovely, but I think I prefer the T
Christmas Time Is Here~Doctor/ReaderJingle-Bells was playing for the fifth time on-loop, and the TARDIS console was decked out in enough garland for a department store window display. The display was a bit confusing, since Donna Noble had never really identified as a big fan of Christmas. But there she was, wearing an oversized sweater and trying to wrestle reindeer antlers onto the Doctor. It was a Christmas miracle, she’d decided, when you’d gently swatted Donna away and fixed the Doctor’s hair by ruffling it. She didn’t need presents when that face the Doctor had made existed, and when Y/N had grinned at it.Christmas Time Is Here~Doctor/Reader by KisstheRain272
“Brace yourself!” Donna pulled a purple package from her bag, beaming the Doctor with it in the chest where he was leaning against the console. A few strands of loose tape—no one other than Donna could justify what they were supposed to be holding down—flapped in the air, and the wrapping slid part of the way off. “Time for presents, no arguing. We gave y
I Want You (She's So Heavy)-Doctor/ReaderTakes place during the Doctor and Martha's stay in the 1960s described in the episode "Blink." Reader acts as a second companion. Companion piece to "Summer of '69."I Want You (She's So Heavy)-Doctor/Reader by KisstheRain272
“So,” Y/N began, hands tight on the steering wheel. The truck—rented from an agency that charged them a few pounds a week—jolted as it passed over the country terrain.
“Don’t say anything,” The Doctor ordered. He glared out the front window and kept his Time Manipulation and Disturbance Gauge, which he’d just now decided to refer to as his “timey-wimey detector” to cheer himself up, clutched to his chest.
“Not a word, Y/N.”
“I know we’re tight with money, Doctor, but if you’d just told us that you fancied a hard-boiled—“
“Oh, ha-ha. One of the greatest Earth mysteries is that you’re not a celebrated comic,” the Doctor interrupted dryly. He had to fight to keep his scowl