24 Feb 2021
I hurt Dean really badly and now feel like I need to make it up to him with lots and lots of h/c and fluff as he heals. The series should be in mostly chronological order, and I may end up reordering it occasionally to make sure it stays that way.
Anyway, thanks for reading! <3
cas is having a hard time adapting to human life. dean helps him find some peace.
“You can’t,” Dean says, sitting at the first table of the library. It’s expansive in front of him in his solitude. It’s too big for a single person.
Cas looks over at the words. Across the room, he frowns.
“I don’t understand,” he prompts, voice low and gentle. Quiet, like they were in a real library.
But his eyes are narrowed. His eyebrows drawn down in suspicion. The book he’s holding stays opened at chest level, and Cas doesn’t lower it when he speaks.
“You know,” Dean says coldly. He can’t meet Cas’s eyes, so he watches his clasped hands on the table. “What you said. You can’t.”
or the one where dean doesn't think he deserves cas's love confession from before the empty and cas proves him wrong
‘Uh, dude? Are you...?’ Sam cleared his throat, '...Massaging each other in here?’
Dean has a mild injury so Castiel gives him a massage to try and help. But it stirs up more than just pain relief.
Light-hearted, non-explicit but heavy with physical contact one-shot; Dean Winchester is so touch-starved it hurts.
Set sometime around season 8/9 after the discovery of the bunker. Cas is an angel, Dean hasn't got the moc yet.
Raising a suddenly de-aged nephilim is a real challenge, but it turns out to get a lot easier with the help of mommy blogs, The Little Prince and some Metallica.
In which Jack wants to be a kid, Sam wants to make everything work, and Dean and Cas want each other (but won't admit it).
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01 Mar 2021