Sam's life from sixteen to twenty-two years old. This is a story of the last days of innocence during a sweltering Southern summer when Sam is so in love with his brother, he can barely stand his touch. It's the pain between them through lies, through jealousy, through seeing each other with someone else. Theirs is a story of leaving and Stanford, of Dean feeling lost and Sam nearly losing himself without his brother. It's fire and reunion and a love never lost - ever-present and no longer deniable.
- Part 2 of Invisible Boy
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11 Mar 2022
An account of the times Sam jizzed himself while Dean pinned his hands down, starting with a game of cowboys and indians.
Lightning fast Dean's grin slants into sly and Sam's stomach lurches hard enough that his lungs get jealous and jump in on the action. Without so much as a glance in Sam’s direction for approval, Dean lifts one shoulder and says, "I'll make out with Sam."
The 70k-word nonlinear coming of age story that literally no one asked for.
"I know you want to give him the world, Dean, but you were never supposed to give him this."
John has a gradual, horrifying realization.