Hey Guys and Dolls! Soo Sorry for not updating in like a year, Family Illness has kept me away, but things are settled now, and I finally finished the story. I hope you guys enjoy it!
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Don't own Doctor Who...but if I did..OHHHH The places we would go.
The Doctor stood there in silence, trying to anticipate Aeryn's reaction, he can never tell with humans. He watched her intently...
Aeryn felt helpless for the first time in her life, she had fought and struggled all her life, and now it was over, her family was gone and they couldn't be brought back again, she was the only one left.
From her position on the gurney she noticed that The Doctor had strange expression on his face, she wondered if he often gave people bad news like this...
"I have no family, no village, I'm immortal and cannot be injured" she began hoping that maybe speaking aloud would help her find a solution. The more she thought about it the more she just confused herself.
"You could travel with me" The Doctor whispered, breaking into her thoughts.
"What?" she asked
"I too have no family, in fact I'm the last of my species" he confided, she saw great sadness in his eyes,
"That's why I go on adventures, the reason why I can't stand the silence...because in the silence I think, and when I think I remember" he continued.
Aeryn's heart broke for him, what must it be like to be the last of your kind?
"We can go on adventures" he offered, she saw the sadness leaving and replaced with child-like enthusiasm, he almost looked like a lost little boy asking for someone to play with.
"Ok" she agreed, not knowing exactly what she was getting herself into.
Several Adventures Later...
"Is it always like this?" Aeryn asked breathlessly as she leaned against the TARDIS door inside the console room.
The Doctor grinning madly next to her.. not even winded.
"NAH, sometimes we hop" he informed her.
"Doctor, I was almost married off to a GIANT FROG!" she exclaimed.
"How many times do I have to tell you, he wasn't a frog he Fromicine" he grumbled.
"Oh excuse me, I'll remember that next time one tries to marry me" she retorted...to which the TARDIS gave a slight shiver which was meant to be a giggle.
"Don't encourage her" he angrily pointed towards the golden ceiling.
"She's likes me better than she does you" she teased.
Aeryn sat down on the jump seat, and crossed her legs
"So where to next?" Aeryn asked,
"Well I was thinking that we might visit a little town I like to call" he started with a flourish, "Paris" he finished lamely,
Aeryn giggled, over the past few..weeks? Did time even exist in the TARDIS? Aeryn had began to fall in love with the Doctor. He was mad, brave and infuriating all at the same time. Apart from his peculiar palate he had endeared himself to her. Ever since she had met him all those years ago, she knew he was special.
"Aeryn?" his voice rang from afar
"Aeryn?" his voice became louder, and it was accompanied with a snap
She jolted, "Yes?" she answered
"Are you all right?" he lookd into her eyes,
"Yes I'm fine" she assured him, feeling butterflies in her stomach at the closeness of him
"Good" he said, but never moved form his position,
Aeryn felt her heart stop, and her breathe quicken as he leaned in and parted his lips, she could hear his breathing quicken as well.
She leaned her head up towards his mouth..when he stopped just short of her mouth.
TARDIS not happy with this, gave a gentle but firm nudge causing him to loose his balance and his mouth to touch to Aeryns.
The minutes they touched she felt fire roar in her blood, and she felt his hand caress her cheek, and she ran her fingers through his hair, she loved his hair.
He got down on his knees, so he could kiss her more fully.
She wrapped her arms around him, but shortly found she needed air.
She ended the kiss, they both stared at each other in shock trying to catch they're breath.
"Well that was..interesting" he whispered eyes wide she ever saw them.
Aeryn just simply nodded.
"I think she's playing match maker" Aeryn told the Doctor.
He smirked at her, and then looked up into the ceiling, "Thanks, Dear" he murmured.