Forget Me Not

When the TARDIS takes the Doctor (that'd be the tenth, ladies and gents) and Rose to an obscure little cottage in the middle of nowhere, they are faced with a dangerous alien, as the Doctor always is, and the underlying relationship that all of us Whovians know exist between the Doctor and Rose comes into the light. It's the story that Russell T Davies and Steven Moffat would never give their fans the satisfaction of seeing- but that's what I'm here for. Allons-y!

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5. Wake Up Call

The next morning, the Doctor was awake before Rose. He didn't want to wake her, so he watched her sleep, taking in her every detail. He was lying on his side, with his head propped up on his hand. He was still wondering if what he did the previous night would have extreme consequences, but he didn't get to finish the thought before Rose shifted from laying on her back to on her side, facing the Doctor. She was awake, but her eyes were still closed.   

"Good morning, sleeping beauty," he murmured. Rose smiled and warmly replied, "Good morning to you, too," without opening her eyes. She snuggled deeper into the Doctor's bare chest and sighed.   

He knew it was wrong and that so many bad things could result from it, but it felt so right. She was the one for him. As he was pondering his situation, they heard a knock at the door.   

The Doctor panicked. "Uh- uhm- come in!" He made sure Rose was covered by the blankets; the coat was on the floor.   

The door opened, and Miss Marie slowly walked in. "Oh, I had a feeling you two lovebirds would choose this room. Biggest bed available," she said, with a wink. The Doctor was about to say that it wasn't like that, but now it was. He smiled at the thought, and Rose turned over to see Miss Marie carrying a tray with all sorts of breakfast goodies on it.   

"Ooh, Miss Marie, you didn't have to bring this to us. We could've come downstairs for breakfast," Rose sighed, happy at the appearance of a grand breakfast, but saddened that Miss Marie had to do everything on her own.   

Miss Marie smiled at Rose's sweet remark, and said, "It's nothing big, sweetie. I do this for all of my polite customers." She gave Rose a look, nodding to the Doctor and making a face like she knew what went on last night when she said, "You two have fun now. Don't hesitate to ask if you need anything!" And with a little snicker at Rose's blushing, she turned and left.

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