Queen (Protective!Doctor x reader)Silk wrapped around you in the colours of water, teals and greens and blues with a hint of purple. A silver cup was presented to you and you took a small sip, the sweet wine tasting light and like honey.Queen (Protective!Doctor x reader) by Fate4Destiny
"You being the queen to two worlds, sounds lovely, doesn't it?"
The doctor whispered into your ear, eyes scanning the humanoid aliens in the room.
"It somewhat does, actually."
You were about to lift the cup once more but the doctor put his hand over the top, slowly making you place it on the table.
"You don't even know these people. What you're getting into. How long this will take. You don't even know where you are. Or when, for that matter."
You turned towards the doctor who was rocking on the back of his heels, impatient to take some action and a plan surely in his mind. His arms were draped over the back of your throne and he bowed his head closer to yours once more.
"They plan to marry you off. So we should leave. Right now-"
There was a flourish of music and the doctor protectiv
Grown up (Doctor x reader)"You're all... Older..."Grown up (Doctor x reader) by Fate4Destiny
The doctor tried to explain it to you as he fixed his bowtie, ignoring the glances from your husband. They weren't the pleasant sort either.
You glanced at the doctor, the man you had followed around the universe and through time for a decade. Since childhood to adulthood. You had grown up during your teenage years to be running with him away- or as he always said- to things. So solar explosions and inter-galactic wars.
But you two had parted ways. He had found new companions. He and River got married. He never came back. And after realizing you had nothing on Earth, spending days in the streets with nowhere to go, you decided you had to grow up. Apart from the doctor.
"I've found someone better than you. Someone whose a better companion."
You spoke the final word bitterly, and the doctor's eyes flashed with pain as if his stomach ripped apart and began to gush blood. He winced under your sharp words, fingers nervously raising a tea cup to his lips which your h