Dean Winchester is an Angel of the Lord; a guardian angel, actually. He's Castiel Shurley's very own heavenly soldier, and Dean is drawn to the quiet young man, the youngest of five brothers.
Castiel is gentle and bookish, and while at first somewhat ruffled by the appearance of an honest to god angel in his bedroom, he quickly warms to Dean.
And then things get a little bit warmer still.
Written for the DeanCas Flipfest for the Profound Bond Network, and illustrated by the incredible Feredir!
The Men of Letters Bunker has had quite enough of Dean pining for Castiel, and it decides to intervene. To be fair, the Bunker interferes a lot, and usually for good reason. For example when it vanished the big garage doors, it prevented Dean from taking Baby out with clogged catalytic converters, saving her from spontaneously setting on fire halfway down the road. And when he and Sam ran out of room to manspread into, an entire extra floor appeared as if by magic.
This time, it's locked Dean and Castiel inside Cas' room, which is great as long as they have plenty of episodes of Stranger Things left to watch, and the Bunker has some conditions if it's going to let them back out--Dean has to confess his feelings.
Which he does.
And then one thing leads to another...
Stranger Things and Eldritch Bunkers is a humorous take on the Trapped in an Elevator trope, with a little bit of One Room, One Bed mixed in.
Dean doesn’t cope especially well following Castiel’s death in 12x23. He’s moody, retreating to the Bunker’s dungeon with booze and not much else. It’s a worry for Sam, who’s never seen his brother go on such a bender before. He sneaks Dean food, then bedding when he realizes that Dean isn’t sleeping in his bed either, but his concern only grows when Dean does show his face: gaunt, and thin, and gray to the elbows with clay dust.
It’s just an art project, Sam supposes. He figures Dean needs to get it out of his system and leaves him to it. Besides, he has a Nephilim to raise, and Jack takes up a lot of his time.
But when Dean reemerges with a new friend made entirely out of clay, Sam wishes he stepped in a little sooner.
Especially since that new friend looks almost exactly like Castiel.
tl;dr : In which Dean is pining so hard for Cas he makes a golem of him, and Sam gets pretty mad.
Dean is drinking alone at a bar when a low, seductive voice takes over the microphone. It's Castiel Novak, a local country singer, and he's entertaining friends and well wishers with his crooning melodies. Unfortunately for Dean, he's never heard anything so instantly intoxicating in his life as Cas' voice, which makes it hard to get up from the bar and make a quick escape.
Inspired by a photo of beer Jensen pulled for the Family Business, listening to too much country music and written for the Dean/Cas Sweetheart Challenge. Happy Valentine's Day, readers!
Dean holds Castiel captive and the angel struggles to remember the Dean from before. The one he loved.
He couldn’t remember a time before Dean. Dazed, the angel sighed as he leaned into the demon’s touch, his previous animosity forgotten. He craved the loving touches Dean gave him. They were merely an echo of memories long ago, but it was enough.
It had to be enough.
After Purgatory, Dean is only just beginning to face the after effects of what he's been through. And so, while staring up at a motel room ceiling, Dean drifts off to sleep only to find that his unconscious is much more aware of his own desires than he is.
… AKA a short foray into Dean’s early morning thoughts, and a hopeless attempt to keep from discovering what it is he truly wants.
Bookmarked by Dogsled
17 Nov 2017
Despite having every resource the government could throw at them, within the vast wealth of lore protected and researched by the Federal Bureau of Letters and Arcanae, there were only five obscurely written entries on angels. And the number of actual angels ever encountered by humans? One, and that guy was a dick. So when intel indicates a genuine, living angel has been captured, with dire consequences to the universal balance, the FBLA send their best agents undercover to a clandestine freak show, where black market monsters are brought in for the enjoyment of those with the means to afford it. The mission is one they've done a thousand times: extract the entity and bring it in.
And Agent Dean Winchester's seen it all, but he's never seen anything like Castiel.
Bookmarked by Dogsled
15 Nov 2017