Rating: All Ages
Author's summary: She doesn't remember, but she does dream.
Word Count: ~2,200 words
Recced because: A gorgeous take on 'Rose remembering the events of Parting of the Ways', this piece carefully and slowly takes us through a build-up so that when she remembers, it feels truthful and plausible. Repetition is used perfectly, with dreams and colours, and Rose's character is handled very lovingly, and the Doctor's characterization is spot-on. It's dark and rather sad, with a romantic subplot that gives the story a bit of hope without being sappy or intrusive to the larger story being told (there's a strong gen element to the affair), and is overall very affecting.