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Summary: The Doctor/OC Time Lady. Ever since she was a little girl, Christine Nicolson had been dreaming about a man called The Doctor. Of course, the people in her life told her that he didn't exist but deep in her heart, she knew he was real and through her dreams, she fell in love with him even though she knows that she couldn't be in love with someone from her dreams. But once she grew up, she forgot all about him and was now busily working to become a Doctor just like her best friend Martha Jones. However, what happens when she meets the Doctor from her dreams but this time in a different form when the hospital she worked at had somehow got teleported to the moon? Will she ever find out why she has been having these dreams and what the connection is between her and the Doctor? And will she be able to heal his wounded heart from the loss of Rose Tyler?

Author's Note: Another brand new Doctor Who fanfic from yours truly. This is different from the other DW stories I have done, but I really do hope you love it. But it will still be in first person that's not different lol. The actress who plays Christine is Gemma Arterton just to let you know. Anyway, please leave reviews and tell me what you think! :D


Prologue


Christine's POV...

The first dream I had of the Doctor was when I was six years old. I could remember it as if it was yesterday...

I had been sitting on the swing in the park, all alone. Growing up, I didn't have many friends even though I was a pretty outgoing kid. I talked to anyone and everyone but they just didn't like me. I never knew the reason why. I wasn't mean or anything like that. I guess it was because I was so different from other kids. While they would be outside playing on their bikes or whatever, I would be in my room reading the latest book that kids my age shouldn't be able to read but I was able to.

I was really too smart for my own good. But back to my first dream I had of the Doctor. As I was saying, I was sitting in the park on the swings all alone crying because no one would play with me when this strange man came up to me asking what was wrong. I had been taught not to talk to strangers but for some reason, I felt as if I knew him like we had met before. But even as a kid, I knew it was impossible for me to feel that way. So I told him what was wrong and we ended up talking for hours. I learned everything about him.

He was very talkative and very open. The stories he told were amazing and I couldn't help but listen as I could understand what he was talking about even though I shouldn't considering my age. He was just so charismatic. It was hard not to listen to him. I did have to get him to slow down because he talked so fast but that's what made him interesting. Before I woke up, he told me his name was the Doctor and I told him mine. A look of familiarity crossed his eyes as if he recognized me.

It was the look he had when he came up to me the first time. Before I could ask him about it, I woke up and though I knew it was a dream, it had felt so real and I hoped that I would dream of him again. And I did. Every night when I went to sleep, I would dream and talk to him. Though he looked different in looks and almost in personality, I knew it was the Doctor. When I would tell people about my dreams (more often my parents), they would tell me he wasn't real and he was just a figment of my imagination. I would also tell them that I was in love with him, deeply and truly, and of course they told me, I couldn't be in love with someone who wasn't real.

But I would disagree with them so much that they had no choice in putting me into therapy, thinking that maybe they would be able to convince me that my dreams and my love for the Doctor wasn't real but this didn't work of course. I kept on seeing therapist all throughout my childhood. Eventually I grew up and forgot all about him but there were moments where I would remember but I knew that they weren't real and my love for the Doctor wasn't real either. But even then, I didn't date. I just could never find the right guy but deep down, I knew no one would compare to the Doctor. Now I was training to be a Doctor, along with my best friend Martha Jones, who was working at the same hospital I was. Who knew that one day at work, I would meet up with the Doctor again, this time in real life, and that my life from that point on would change forever...

TBC...

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