Flowers by DameRuth [Reviews - 6]
Love is a strange thing, and can cross a surprising number of barriers: physical, chemical, temporal and mental. If dark!fluff exists, I guess this would be in that genre -- broken glass and candy floss mixed together, as one of the characters thinks. AU, mostly Rose/Jack, Jack/Ianto and Jack/Ten, though not exclusively.
Characters: Rose Tyler, Jack Harkness, The Doctor (9th), Torchwood, Ianto Jones, The Doctor (10th), The Master (Simm)
Forever After by enchantment [Reviews - 0]
The human Doctor and Rose finally have their forever. Unfortunately, humans don't have it as easy as the Doctor had always thought. Take a humorous look into the Doctor and Rose's lives as he learns how to live each day on the slow path, the human way. Chapter 3 of Size Matters has 73 Doctor Who episode titles incorporated into the dialogue, see if you can find them all! :)
Forever and More Series by Vampiyaa [Reviews - 5]
A collection of multi-chapters and one shots surrounding various canon and AU scenarios in which Rose Tyler and each of the Doctor's incarnations find each other, whether it's in Pete's World or before 'run', proving once and for all that no matter which face he's wearing, he's still her Doctor.
Forever Never Dies by SevenRoses [Reviews - 0]
These are stories about the Doctor and Rose Tyler. The main storyline "Forever" is a reunion/fix-it and more, with no changes to the canon at least as far as I know it. Additionally, there will be "Time Shards": some bits and pieces scattered through time and space. I specified the characters that are already there and those that I know will appear at some point. However, the main story is focused on Rose and the Doctor.
Characters: The Doctor (9th), Jackie Tyler, Rose Tyler, River Song, The TARDIS, The Doctor (Unspecified), Mickey Smith, Martha Jones, The Doctor (10th), Pete Tyler, The Doctor (Duplicate 10th), The Doctor (11th), The Doctor (12th), Other Character(s)
From Forever to Eternity by lunarsilverwolfstar [Reviews - 0]
Theta Sigma steals the TARDIS while still in the Academy and ends up crash-landing in an alternate universe where he meets a young blonde woman by the name of Rose Tyler. It doesn't take long for him to be dubbed 'the Doctor' by her or for him to realise how he's so glad he met her. Rose, tired of the masks around her as well as the one she has to wear, makes a decision that will change her life forever. And she wouldn't have missed it for the world.
Characters: Rose Tyler, The Doctor (1st), The Doctor (5th), The Doctor (8th), The Doctor (11th), The Doctor (12th)
Gallifrey Stands by Star of Rassilon [Reviews - 0]
A time fissure does not just create a temporal upheaval directly when it happens, but, especially when it is used to rewrite a fixed point in time, has consequences far into the past. The Doctor's own past, that is.
Characters: The Doctor (2nd), Borusa, Jamie McCrimmon, The Doctor (1st), The Doctor (3rd), The Doctor (4th), The Doctor (5th), The Doctor (6th), The Doctor (7th), The Doctor (8th), The Doctor (9th), Other Character(s), The Doctor (10th), The TARDIS, The Doctor (11th), The Doctor (12th), Clara Oswin Oswald, The Doctor (War), The Time Lords
GANGWAR! by addison_rules [Reviews - 0]
the eighth doctor arives in the 1970's to find a gang war going on. he meets a young women called molly who he likes as a friend. but the doctor is worried.one of the gang members is the dad of gangster who shot him and made him regenerate.
all of a sudden the dad is shot and the doctor becomes his seventh self again and after alot of thinking he realises the faction paradox are involved.........
Gender? I don't even know her! by QueenBoudicca [Reviews - 0]
The Doctor (and co) struggle with human (and alien) concepts of gender for their only gender is "idiot" (which, were we not already aware, was helpfully confirmed for us in the Kinda episode). There will be one for each of the main thirteen doctors (though by the time I'm done, I'll probably have to do one for the fourteenth) , but the only order in which they will be posted is the one in which they happen to be written. "But," you may ask, "where is the war doctor?" Fortunately, dear reader, it has been long enough and we don't need to pretend to care about him any more.