Characters: Ianto Jones, Jack Harkness Series: None
Word count: 246
Young at Heart, Always by luckbringer [Reviews - 5]
A little Time Lord boy finds himself stuck on Earth. He can't believe how awful his luck his...until someone comes along and makes his day a little brighter.
Characters: Rose Tyler, The Doctor (1st), The Doctor (9th) Series: None
Word count: 2898
Young Enough by HouseMaid [Reviews - 6]
Beaches are bad, he’s decided seventeen and a half minutes later – not because of the sand getting in his suit (though, sand and pockets that are bigger on the inside are most definitely not compatible). Beaches are bad because beaches mean Rose in a far-too-small bikini. Beaches mean Rose – nearly naked.
Characters: Jack Harkness, The Doctor (8th) Series: None
Word count: 1006
Young War by TennantDoctor [Reviews - 3]
The Doctor, in the midst of a planetary civil war, rescues a young girl after her parents are brutally taken from her. Ill and frail, the Doctor realises the child will only survive if she stays with him until she is better. But how is he going to handle a child who has just lost everything she holds dear? And what secrets does she hold? How will the Doctor cope with having to step back into fatherly duties?
Younger Than Yesterday by Rowena Zahnrei [Reviews - 4]
After losing Rose and destroying the Racnoss, the Last of the Time Lords takes a few minutes to ponder what he's become. An introspective piece on finding hope after tragedy. Complete.
Your Awful Wedded Life by ElspethMcGillicuddy [Reviews - 22]
Donna meets Lee McAvoy again (the man from the library) and he's taken her promise to find him to heart. Meanwhile, the Doctor and Rose deal with lizard people who have hijacked a 51st century luxury liner. Sequel to "Once While Calibrating a Trans-Temporal Psychic Beacon Spatio-Locator," but can be read as a stand-alone fic.