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The Doctor's Daughter Part 14 ENDChapter FourteenThe Doctor's Daughter Part 14 END by cheriluvs10
The mood back to Torchwood was lighter than the drive to theTyler Mansion. Not only were Rose and Hannah going back but Jack managed to talk Ianto into leaving his job and returning with him. Pete smiled when he handed him his verbal resignation.
"You're a good man, Ianto. I hope you know what you're doing," Pete said.
"I think I'm making a good decision. Jack's promised me field work and I'd rather do that than sit behind a desk all day," Ianto said.
"Are you sure you want to do this?" the Doctor asked Jack after taking him aside. "You might lose him again."
"Yes, but you're willing to risk your hearts having Rose back in your life and I'm going to do the same with mine," Jack said. "Besides it's time for us to get the team back together. I have responsibilities on Earth."
"Good man," the Doctor said, patting him on the shoulder.
"Okay," the Doctor said as he set the time delay on the Torchwood dimension cannon for five minutes, "everyone on the platform.
The Doctor's Daughter Part 13Chapter ThirteenThe Doctor's Daughter Part 13 by cheriluvs10
On the way to Jackie's house, everyone sat in the same seats they had before with Rose sitting in the back with her daughter. Hannah was leaning against her mother while she had her arm around her. Amy and Rory were turned in their seats and she was chatting with them while Hannah listened. The Doctor looked at Jack laughing and chatting with Ianto and heard him ask Ianto if he'd like to come work for him in his Torchwood.
"So, how long have you known the Doctor?" Amy asked Rose.
"Since I was 19. I met him when he was in his ninth life. This is the third life I've seen," she said, pointing to the Doctor.
"Rory and me have only known this one. Although Hannah showed us a photo of you and your husband and her at Christmastime."
"I have the photo with me we took at Christmas," Hannah said to her mother as she patted her backpack beside her.
"I like that photo," Rose said. "It's one of my fondest memories. Here, I have a photo of him and me when he was in his ninth life,"