Angels still have Powers and Wings
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Abaddon is back from the dead, and she’s managed to get her exquisitely manicured mitts on powerful magic. She’s kicked Crowley out of Hell and is setting about raising Cain. Literally. Dean only beheaded the bastard one hot minute ago, now he might be back too? Death just isn’t what it used to be...
So now Crowley and a reluctant Castiel have to break into Hell to deep six Abaddon. Even though they don’t have the Mark or the set of donkey dentures that goes with it, which is the only thing that can reliably kill the bitch (as Dean is keen to remind them).
Dean is not going to let his better half toddle off into Hell all on his feathery lonesome - or with Crowley, which is even worse. Nope, not going to happen. Time for a plan.
It’s a typical Winchester plan, aka, ridiculously dangerous, technically suicidal, and Cas and Sam are going to hate it like poison. But it’s a plan.
Time to bite the bullet and get the show on the road.
- Part 1 of Two Blades Series
28 Apr 2018
Mick Davies’ mission was to recruit the American hunters as cannon fodder in the Men of Letters’ secret war against the supernatural. But instead of conning Sam Winchester into joining under those terms, Mick struck up a friendship with him, and treated him like a potential ally rather than a pawn. An error in judgment his superiors would like to bring up during Mick’s quarterly performance evaluation. The kind that ends with a bullet in the back of the head.
They’re not worried that this will make an enemy out of Sam. The man is weak. He actually came to like Mick, that’s how deluded he is. With their knowledge, power and connections, the British Men of Letters have nothing to fear from a bunch of scruffy down-at-the-heel hunters.
They don’t know who Sam has on speed-dial...
- Part 2 of Two Blades Series
After the Men of Letters tried to torture and kill him, Mick had no qualms about resigning. He'd have formally handed in his notice if there'd been anybody left alive in the wrecked compound to hand it to. Come to think of it, that worked even better as a way of saying 'I quit'.
Maybe now, with no more secrets and lies between them, he'd be able to get closer to Sam Winchester. They were already friends and fellow survivors of the Men of Letters. There was no reason why this growing mutual attraction between them wouldn't lead to a real relationship in time. Or so Mick thought until he ran full tilt into the Winchester Effect.
A romantic comedy featuring demons, dinosaurs, angels, assassins and other nuisances constantly interfering with Mick’s love life.
- Part 3 of Two Blades Series