Word Count: 1,841
Author's Summary: Sally Sparrow fancied she could tell a lot about a person by what movies they rented.
Characters/Pairings: Donna Noble/Sally Sparrow
Warnings: Sex, not super-graphic
Recced because: Enjoy some femslash this Friday! Donna/Sally Sparrow is not a pairing I’d have come up with, but it works beautifully. Donna, sometime after JE, becomes a customer at Sparrow and Nightingale, often talking loudly on her cell phone while shopping, and Sally develops a bit of a crush. Both characters' voices are dead-on as they banter. The story has loads of great humor, but also a bit of wistful mystery as Sally senses that Donna is more than she seems. It's a sweet (never saccharine) romantic comedy for those left behind.
Donna Noble tastes like time when she kisses her.
Time and curry chicken.
It was the same taste she’d had in her mouth for days after the angels and the blue phone box–the time, that is, and not the curry chicken.