A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive

Penname:ImpossibleGirl (Anna Laine)
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Dimensional Transcendence by ImpossibleGirl [Reviews - 1]
"It's the oldest story in the universe. Boy and girl fall in love, get separated by events; war, politics, accidents in time. She's thrown out of the hex, or he's thrown into it. Since then they've been yearning for each other across time and space, across dimensions." AU from Journey's End. Ten/Rose, the oldest story in the universe.
Tenth Doctor - - Explicit Sex, Explicit Violence, Swearing - Action/Adventure, Alternate Universe, Angst, General, Hurt/Comfort, Romance
Characters: None
Open: No

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On Dimensional Transcendence and the Healing Properties of Chai Tea by ImpossibleGirl [Reviews - 17]
AU from the end of Season Four; Rose never finds the Doctor in Journey's End. Damaged after the Dalek Crucible, the TARDIS dumps the Doctor on an undeveloped planet while she heals. The last thing he expects to find is a little boy with no home and a mysterious connection to his TARDIS. Ten/Rose, the oldest story in the universe.
Multi-Era, Tenth Doctor - Teen - None - Alternate Universe, Angst, General, Hurt/Comfort, Introspection, Series
Characters: Jackie Tyler, Jackie Tyler, Other Character(s), Other Character(s), Pete Tyler, Pete Tyler, Rose Tyler, Rose Tyler, The Doctor (10th), The Doctor (10th)
Series: Dimensional Transcendence
Published: 2016.08.03 - Updated: 2016.08.21 - Chapters: 10 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 15938



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