From the First -- Oh, Those Human Women! by Sigyn [Reviews - 15]
As the 10th Doctor considers his possible future, or lack thereof, with Martha Jones, he is drawn to remember his very first human lover -- the Aztec woman Cameca. What is it about human women? Assumes familiarity with Gridlock and general NuWho history. Sex scenes, but nothing graphic.
Characters: Cameca, Martha Jones, Martha Jones, Other Character(s), Other Character(s), Other Character(s), The Doctor (10th), The Doctor (10th), The Doctor (1st), The Doctor (1st)
Series: "Time Lord Sexuality", "Ten"
No Mistake by Sigyn [Reviews - 32]
Interspecies relationships are problematic to begin with. When the relationship spans several centuries and four regenerations, things can get intense. After he says goodbye to Wilf at the end of Journey’s End, there is only one person in the universe who can help the Doctor face everything. And that person has to be Sarah Jane Smith.
The Strength of Forever by Sigyn [Reviews - 8]
A sensual description of the Doctor and Sarah Jane’s century-spanning relationship. A more detailed and introspective and frankly adult snapshot of a scene from the story I just told in No Mistake. (But you can read this one by itself.) Takes place just after Journey’s End.
Facets by Sigyn [Reviews - 25]
Why is the Doctor like this? What has gone wrong with his regeneration that he’s terribly rude, more arrogant than God himself, can’t settle into any kind of dress sense, and actually wants to hurt his companion? He thinks he needs to take Peri home, and maybe that will make everything better. But maybe Peri holds the key to understanding his new persona. Six/Peri and a viable explanation for That Coat.
Who Is Your Master by Sigyn [Reviews - 10]
The Doctor and Peri are already having difficulties in their inherently tempestuous relationship, and to make matters worse, the Master has set himself to be the worm in the bud, devouring Peri from the inside. Set during The Mark of the Rani. (This story was never finished, but has been abandoned, and doesn't end BADLY or anything.)
State of Mind by Sigyn [Reviews - 5]
“Alive and well and living as a Queen,” may well be a fate worse than death. Peri’s consciousness was not removed when Kiv was streamed into her mind during the Trial of a Time Lord, Mindwarp. It was suppressed, but suppressed doesn’t mean slaughtered. But with her body married to a warrior king and her mind usurped by a corporate slug, how much of Peri is really left? How strong can she really be? And what would tip the scales in her favor? Unfortunately, not the Doctor.
Goodnight Kiss by Sigyn [Reviews - 7]
The Doctor has had a bit too much to drink, and Jack has just asked a very personal question. Jack/Rose/Not exactly Nine, and a history of the Doctor’s love life.
Space and Time by Sigyn [Reviews - 19]
The Doctor sent Amy and Rory back to Earth, and traveled off, alone in the Tardis. Alone. So alone. So empty and so silent. Too much space. Too much time. He missed them, missed them more than he wanted to think about. Who in the universe could take that feeling away? Five chapters.