There's a new alpha enhancer drug "Rutter" on the streets that gets used at "exclusive parties" for the worst purposes. Detective Castiel Novak and his partner Balthazar work hard to put a stop to it and other sex crimes in their work as Special Victim's top detectives.
Ellen Harvelle's Roadhouse is both a bar and a refuge for unmated Omegas. The Roadhouse gives Omegas the opportunity have their heats in peace and, if they so desire, even sell an 'exclusive supply of high-grade slick for the unmated Alpha on the go!'.
Castiel is just such an Alpha, career oriented and having no time for casual sex or potential mates. He's a regular customer who only buys donor D347's slick. He's also a family friend and advocate who helps Omegas in need get connected with Ellen.
It's all fine until one night after a difficult bust he brings Ellen a new Omega about to have her first heat. What Alpha Castiel doesn't realize is that he's been over-dosed with Rutter during the fight and is about to go into a rut so bad he may die. And if that weren't enough to kill him, the embarrassment he's about to feel will, because he's about to meet donor D347 face to face and neither of them are prepared for what's going to happen.
Castiel tries to tackle his new humanity in an orderly way. Food, clothing, shelter, etc. There's so much more to learn than he thought.
Dean's not your average alpha. Sure, he looks and generally acts like one, but there's a lot left to be desired beneath his surface according to society.
Cas doesn't think he needs a mate. He's mostly happy with his life. Alpha's are just control-freak possessive jerks that he's better off without.
Until their dad's set them up. And then all bets are off.
In an act of heroism Castiel sacrifices one of his wings to save lives. But he isn’t sure he wants to live tethered to the ground, never to dance in the sky again. Two stubborn Winchester brothers have faith that his future isn’t quite so grim, and that flight may be possible someday. Castiel thinks they’re full of shit, but in the face of Dean’s cheerful optimism it’s hard not to believe.
Castiel used the last of his angel mojo to make his wings corporeal. But even once he became human, the wings remained. Now clumsy, deeply inconvenienced, and constantly itchy, Castiel is decidedly not a fan. He's almost ashamed of the things. Dean, however, sees the wings differently. Armed with Sam's hairbrush, some pet shampoo, and a desire to change Castiel's mind, Dean gives his buddy a bath and helps him make peace with his body. But if Cas happens to find Dean's touches pleasurable, well...
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09 Jul 2020