if someone writes a spn high school au with dean as the president of the LARPing club or something i will die happy
At first, it wasn’t so much of a club as a thing to do on lunch hours when they didn’t have homework to finish at the last minute (and sometimes even when they did, if they were feeling particularly indifferent about their next period). And at first, it was pretty much just Dean and Charlie, fucking around in the park behind school instead of in the woods behind Charlie’s house after it. Soon enough, however, word spread among their fellow students, and with the added company of Jo, Anna, and Benny (Dean could only sometimes convince Sammy to come, when he wasn’t blushingly running off to a study group instead that Dean was sure also involved a girl who’s name Dean sometimes spied scribbled in Sam’s notes), it’d actually became some kind of viable extracurricular.
And it was fucking awesome.
Title: Rock N’ Roll Without a Drummer
Pairings/Characters: Dean/Castiel; Victor, Charlie, Jo
Rating: PG-13/Very Light NC-17
Word Count: ~6,600
Summary: Lawrence High is putting on a production of Hairspray, and as predicted, Dean Winchester is playing Link Larkin. In a futile attempt to get close to Dean, Cas joins the tech team as a lighter. Unbeta’d.
Rating: R for lots of bad words and sexy situations
Length: 24,000 words or so
Summary: Set after the Season 5 finale, AU for Season 6. Dean’s not ready to give up on Sam yet, even if it means getting Cas to take him on another trip upstairs. But the story’s never simple for a Winchester, and Heaven’s not exactly like Dean remembers.
Word Count: 21,700
Warning: Sam/Cas for a considerable amount of the fic. also: angst, infidelity, sexual content, swearing, alcohol consumption, sexting, mention of past character (minor) death.
Summary: This is the story of how Dean fell in love, for the first time, with his brother’s boyfriend. (And how Sam didn’t mind giving Dean this one thing he would never ask for.)
Word Count: 39,268
Summary: ”It’s only temporary, right?” Dean says. “Just until you’re healed up, and then we’ll never have to see each other again. So what do you say, Castiel, do you want to marry me or not?”
Title: The Tipping Point
Pairing/Characters: Dean/Cas; Sam
Word Count: ~3,000
Warnings/Spoilers: through present episodes
Summary: Five instances where Sam is alerted to someone special in Dean’s life; he just can’t figure out who it is.
It’s cold and dark, and Sam watches as his breath escapes as tendrils into the air. He waits impatiently as Dean strolls around to the driver’s side of the Impala to unlock the doors. Sam’s eager to get inside the car, away from the icy wind. He hopes this time around they can work a case in California, rather than Wisconsin.
Dean glances at Sam as he pushes the keys into the door. “Hey,” he says. “You’re sitting in back. I promised Cas he could ride shotgun.”
Sam huffs, irritated for only a second before he decides he doesn’t care. He just wants to warm up. As Dean and Cas slip into the front seats, Sam crawls in the back. He hesitates when he feels something rubbery underneath the toe of his boot. Looking down, it only takes him a second to realize what it is, and he’s jumping back out of the car.
SUMMARY: Since he saved him from Hell, Castiel has been inextricably linked to Dean.
Word Count: 5,111
Summary: Sam has no idea Dean and Cas are in a relationship. Dean has no idea that Sam has no idea - has Sam not been paying attention?
“We were gone for like, half an hour Sam! What the hell did you think we were doing?”
“I thought you were explaining about, you know. Appropriate touching.”
“How long do you think it takes to say ‘hey, don’t touch my dick while I’m driving’?”
“I thought you were explaining it more delicately?”
“You thought I was - have we met?”
Author: cassiewrites (me)
Word Count: 3200
Summary: Castiel goes to the county fair, where he meets Dean, who is working at a kissing booth.
Once Upon a Wendigo, PG-13
Mr. Milton’s favorite student has an enthusiasm for drawing terrifying monsters — in vivid finger-paint detail. Concerned for Sam Winchester’s 4-year-old psyche, Mr. Milton schedules a parent-teacher conference.
Part 1 in the Once Upon a Wendigo verse.