A Teaspoon And An Open Mind: A Doctor Who Fan Fiction Archive
At Least the Grandchild Turned Out Alright. by Cold Star [ - ]
Summary: Most of Jo Grant's kids turned out to be adventurous. Except one. His son though, is quite promising. This is the story of Ianto Jones and how having Jo as his grandmother would have influenced him. *There is no canonical proof of Jo and Ianto being related, but there is no proof against it either.
Categories: Third Doctor, Torchwood
Characters: None
Genres: None
Warnings: None
Challenges: None

Childhood Misadventures by Cold Star [Reviews - 2]
Ianto learns that living in a normal Welsh community with such a 'normal guy' as his dad is hard with a gram like his.
Third Doctor, Torchwood - All Ages - None - General
Characters: Ianto Jones, Jo Grant
Series: At Least the Grandchild Turned Out Alright.
Published: 2011.03.01 - Updated: 2011.04.27 - Chapters: 2 - Completed: No - Word Count: 1249

Suspension Slip-Up? by Cold Star [Reviews - 4]
Jo Jones is concerned about her grandson. He hardly gets out of his apartment. To her relief she finally convinces him to come to a UNIT reunion party with her. What happens when Jack find out where they’ve been?
Third Doctor, Torchwood - All Ages - None - General, Missing Scene
Characters: Ianto Jones, Jack Harkness, Jo Grant, UNIT
Series: At Least the Grandchild Turned Out Alright.
Published: 2011.03.13 - Updated: 2011.03.14 - Chapters: 2 - Completed: Yes - Word Count: 2231

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