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"Just What I Needed" Dr. Who drabble Jack/Rose PG13

Title: Just What I Needed
Fandom: Dr. Who
Pairing: Jack/Rose
Rating: PG13
Wordcount: 100
Notes: Drabble-a-Day 2011. Day 173. Prompt from virushexe. Jack/Rose – It’s working. Unbeta'd. Comments and concrit welcome. Post-ep for Boom Town
Summary: Rose knows she wants, even if she's not sure why.







Rose left the Doctor reading Blon’s egg what he claimed was an old Gallifreyan fairy tale.

She stopped to change into a nightie before going to Jack’s room. He didn’t bother looking surprised.

“It’s not because of Mickey,” she insisted.

“If Mickey could make you happy, you wouldn’t be here with the Doctor, and if the Doctor was making you completely happy, you wouldn’t be here with me.”

“Guess that makes me pretty selfish,” she winced.

“Don’t worry,” he said, kissing her neck, “I’m a pretty selfish guy myself, and tonight Rose Tyler, that makes you a very lucky girl.”

Tags: doctor who, drabble, drabble-a-day 2011, fanfic, het, jack harkness, jack/rose, rose tyler
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