Not a crossover I’d ever have thought of, chosen, or anything, but this is excellent. Strangely brilliant, all in character, and with a priceless ending.
Hornblower October 3, 2010
With note-perfect Eight and Lucie, a great historical setting, and creepy waxworks, how could this fail?
Title: Relatives and Relativity
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 18,263
Characters: Ninth Doctor, Elinor Dashwood, Marianne Dashwood, Margaret Dashwood, John Willoughby, Mrs Dashwood, Mrs Jennings, Sir John Middleton, Miss Sophia King
A post-Time War Nine crashes in Devon, near to Barton Cottage. This is very well done, and really lovely, with the proper mix of humour and bittersweet and the trouble and adventure the Doctor brings in his wake. The Doctor couldn’t have chosen a better place to try and get over his wounds, and the conclusion is enough to make the reader cheer. (Because, of course, tea solves everything, Marianne knows her own mind, and there’s a trip in the TARDIS).
Hornblower May 15, 2010
Just very sweet, silly and short. I say no more.
Inspector Alleyn Mysteries / Ngaio Marsh May 6, 2010
The First Doctor and Vicki have solved the mystery, and had fun… until now.
Agatha Christie’s Poirot November 22, 2009
It’s time for the denouement and Poirot takes centre stage, the identity of the murderer to be unveiled… and then someone steals the limelight and insults his moustache. Incroyable!
Pride & Prejudice June 20, 2009
Jack likes a challenge, oh yes… This story grew on me and it’s very enjoyable and satisfactory to find that Elizabeth is more than capable of seeing through even Captain Jack Harkness.
Another crossover written for the meme. Turlough runs into Charlotte Collins and a brief sketch ensues.
Aliens pollute the shades of Pemberley.