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Tenth Doctor
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1. Meeting the Past by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (1725 words)
Disclaimer: I don't own "Doctor Who" or "Twilight", and the essential details of the original concept of this fic came from a video posted on YouTube by heroesdwtw- which has unfortunately now been taken off YouTube- and is used with their permission

Feedback: Much appreciated

AN: The final story in this series, as Bella reunites with the Cullens and the Doctor has words for the Volturi…

AN 2: To those wondering, as this story begins the Doctor is leaving the planet Esselven, a world in the thirty-sixth century whose ruling family were saved from a complex temporal anomaly and a ruthless dictator by the Sixth Doctor in the novel "Palace of the Red Sun"; it's a particular favourite and I wanted to include some reference to it before this series ended

2. Saving Edward Cullen by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2616 words)
AN: Hope this chapter works out; events are a bit rushed, but you can attribute that to the TARDIS not being entirely comfortable making it easy for the Doctor to save a vampire, particularly not one that hurt a companion like Edward hurt Bella

3. The Volturi Lair by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2598 words)
AN: Sorry I didn't mention this earlier, but some parts of this chapter and the ones after it are going to be taken directly from 'New Moon', although I will put my own spin on everything as the Doctor takes a greater role in the confrontation

AN 2: For new readers of this series, go back and check out my earlier story 'Time's Ashes'; a key event in that story will better explain Bella and the Doctor's recognition of a certain person in this chapter

4. Facing the Volturi by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2553 words)

5. Volturi Stand-Off by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2774 words)

6. Back to the Cullens by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2295 words)

7. Conversing with the Cullens by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2278 words)

8. The Gift by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2079 words)

9. The Wolf and the Time Lord by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2898 words)
AN: Hope you like this chapter; this close to the end, there are scenes that obviously had to happen, but this first talk with Jacob was trickier than I expected it would be, to say nothing of things with Charlie

AN 2: In advance, the Doctor decided not to use 'John Smith' as his alias when talking to Charlie because he worried that it would sound too obviously fake when dealing with a professional police officer with clear reasons to be suspicious of him from the moment they met

10. Final Confessions of Former Lovers by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (3203 words)
AN: Hope this chapter goes down well; after all of the personal development Bella's gone through in this series, this felt like the right call to make where she and Edward were concerned, but I hope I found the balance between giving her a chance to make her points and keeping her in character.

11. The Final Goodbye by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (2608 words)
AN: The current plan is that there will be one chapter after this one and then the story ends, but I'm curious; would anyone be interested in one final story in this series where Bella becomes involved in the events of "Death of the Doctor", with a very particular visitor appearing once the threat of the Shansheeth has been eliminated?

12. The Parting of the Ways by Marcus S Lazarus [Reviews - 0] (1656 words)



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