4 Works in Past Castiel/Inias (Supernatural)
Detective Castiel Novak has recently moved across the country to escape the crushing weight of his failures and start over with the Austin Police Department. He has successfully procured the confession of a murderer he’s been chasing for months, which should be cause for celebration, except Azazel’s confession only brings to light more questions and reveals greater failures than Castiel’s new department ever imagined.
Closing the case on Azazel leads Castiel to the one place he swore to stay away from – the bar at the end of his street. It doesn’t take long for Michael to find him, and just as little time for Castiel to invite the handsome stranger into his bed. Later, when he finds those familiar green eyes staring up at him from the police file in his hand, he realizes he’s made a bigger mistake than he ever thought possible.
Dean Winchester is the leader of a small syndicate of organized crime. He is violent, ruthless and hell-bent on bringing chaos to the good people of Austin. At least, that’s what his police file would have everyone think. The trouble for the police is, they can’t prove a thing. The trouble for Dean is, a certain blue-eyed detective keeps refusing his advances.
Castiel Sant'Angelo has the perfect life. He's the young, handsome, and successful CEO of Goldman Sachs with a luxurious Upper East Side apartment and sweeping views of Central Park. He sorts his brand-name ties by color and keeps his kitchen spotless. Everything is just how he wants it: neat, orderly, and efficient.
Then Dean Winchester happens.
Anonymous sex in a seedy gay bar and Sam's drug problems lead to Dean and Castiel agreeing to a deal neither can refuse. Another twist of fate has them living together and nothing is neat, orderly, and efficient anymore. Instead, Castiel's life is forever upended by pie, Dr. Sexy, boxed wine and take-out.
Dean has become his Apocalypse of noise and chaos, yet he can't seem to care—not when Dean touches him like that.
This is a story about letting go and being kinder, about love and the power it has to change one's life for the better.
'I didn't want to die,' Cas says. 'I just had a moment.'
Benny raises an eyebrow. 'A moment?'
'You keep using that word, moment,' Benny says. 'I don't think –'
'So help me, if you Princess Bride this conversation, I'm finding another therapist.'
- Part 2 of Good Call
The phone buzzes, this time with a text message. Dean glares at it. Chews. Swallows. Considers taking another bite before picking up, just out of sheer contrary spite, but doesn't, on the offchance that it's Sam.
He taps the new message open, reads it twice, and freezes.
'You've always been a good brother. This isn't your fault. I'm so sorry.'
- Part 1 of Good Call