- Supernatural (2)
Dean has been married to his wife for five years, but she has a secret. She's actually Shifter!Castiel.
Dean and his brother Castiel, a depressing birthday and a bottle of whiskey.
When former POW Castiel Novak returns home to find everything gone, the last thing he needs is a murderous punk carjacking him at gunpoint. But maybe this is a second chance, one for a new beginning? Maybe, through Dean, Castiel can find a way to erase his own past, and provide Dean with the future he never had? After all, it's not like Dean has any better options, right?
"Stay tuned for the most dramatic episode of The Final Rose yet."
"Dean, seriously, just tell us!" Charlie shouts. "I have been watching stupid, vague previews of Bela crying interspersed with shots of your face all week!"
Dean's friends sign him up for a reality TV dating show. Things don't go as they expected.
Charlie sets her beer down hard on the counter, making him flinch. “Are you trying to invent a problem?” she asks incredulously.
“What? No, dude, I’m telling you—”
“Your boyfriend turned down sex twice, once because you were concussed and your arm was broken, and once because he was about to drive out of state to help your brother,” Charlie summarises, brutal and unrelenting. “And you think that, what? You can never ask him for sex again because of that?”
“We did it,” Sam says, a strange look on his face. A mixture of disbelief and ease. “We beat Chuck. We beat God.”
Slowly, Dean nods. They're standing in the war room in the bunker, and they just came back home. Jack left to be the new God and only he knows what he's going to do next. And Dean knows what he's supposed to feel, but he can't find what he's seeing on his brother's face inside of him. They defeated the mightiest threat they've ever faced, and Dean is still hopeless. Lifeless. Empty. At that one word, his heart convulses.
Will Dean save Castiel from the Empty? Will they—and their loved ones—finally get the happy ending they deserve?
The answer is simple. Yes.
- Part 1 of Evermore Series
Dean knew it was his own fault that his alpha's treated him terribly. It had to be his own fault. Both of his alpha's were his own flesh and blood, and neither one had treated him right in the end. So despite all the physical ailments of not having an alpha bond, he refused to enter another alpha bond. His Alpha Rejection Syndrome (ARS) was getting worse, but it wasn't worth the risk.
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29 Jul 2021