Characters: The Doctor (10th), The Master (Simm) Series: None
Word count: 115
Take It Back by ThroughanAmberFocus [Reviews - 30]
This is a companion piece to Always Ask Twice, following directly on its heels. Whilst that was fun and flirty, this is very much an angst-fest. I swear I sat down to attempt the edges of smut and this is what came out instead. Now extensively rewritten and with a new ending.
Take it Back by shan21non [Reviews - 5]
A series of missing scenes taking place during The Impossible Planet and Satan’s Pit. The Doctor and Rose struggle to say the right thing when faced with their demons.
Angst, Character Study, Fluff, Standalone, Vignette
Characters: Nyssa, The Doctor (5th) Series: None
Word count: 2021
Take me away by just_the_doctor [Reviews - 4]
In the two years the Doctor has been gone (leaving because he thought it would be much harder for Rose to look after terminally ill Jackie with an emotionally scared 900 year old alien hanging off her, and hey, he might have had a point.) Rose has got enagaged to Mark.
Take Me Back by Ms Rose M Tyler [Reviews - 5]
Rose wondered if he knew. If he could see the words etched in her tears as they said goodbye, or whether they were burned in to his hand from every time he’d held it.
Characters: Jack Harkness, Owen Harper Series: None
Word count: 1849
Take Me On a Holiday by screwysonic [Reviews - 0]
After watching her father die in front of her eyes, Rose Tyler feels less than stellar. Feeling guilty for having left her own time to discover other parts of the universe, she asks the Doctor to take her to holidays she missed between 2005-2006 to help make those days special, as well. The Doctor agrees and they set off on an epic adventure throughout this window of time, ranging from St. Patrick's day in Boston, MA, USA to Balkischra Union Day across the galaxies.
Characters: Rose Tyler, The Doctor (10th) Series: None
Word count: 1904
Take Me Out With the Crowd by goldenegg31 [Reviews - 0]
Rory didn't wonder why House enjoyed watching others in fear and pain, not when he could remember living in an empire where popular entertainment was fights to the death.