Will admit, it's a shameless dub-con pwp involving tentacles*g*
Title: Last Resort
Spoilers: AU from “Goodbye Stranger”; no spoilers after “The Great Escapist”
Pairing: Sam/Dean/Cas in all possible combinations; story centers around Dean/Cas relationship, but mostly friendship; lots of Sam/Dean and Sam/Cas, as well
Warnings/Content Notice: graphic torture/violence, non-con elements (see Spoiler cut for more details), hurt/comfort, Wincest; beloved characters, in character (hopefully), but still doing some possibly very hard-to-read things
Words: Whole Story, 31,173; Chapter, 3700
Disclaimer: No recognizable characters are mine; not for money, just for fun ;)
Summary: After Castiel disappears with the angel tablet, the Winchesters receive some very upsetting news. It seems that once again, Cas has fallen in with the wrong side, and is part of a plan that will end with the end of the world. The clock is ticking, and there’s only a few short days to stop this dangerous plan from reaching its conclusion. But getting Cas to admit what he’s doing and stop the course he’s on may take Dean down a path he swore he’d never go down again, and leave Team Free Will shattered, even if the rest of the world is saved.
A distant part of Sam’s mind was aware that his clothes were going to be forever stained with the blood and ash from Cas’s burnt wings and broken body.
But Dean was already covered in it, Sam thought as a cold ache settled in his chest. It was only right that he should be as well.
Title: Home for Christmas
Beta: unbetaed, but thanks to the lovely, awesome choose2live for her support and feedback, as always :)
Pairing: Dean/Cas; also TFW
Spoilers: mild spoilers through 9.3-ish
Disclaimer: No previously recognizable characters or plot points are mine.
Summary: It's Cas's first Christmas as a human... but Dean isn't much for Christmas these days. Perhaps a little nudge from Sam can help Dean and Cas both find the perfect gift. ;)
Written for: ladyoneill
And he was going to spend it holed up in this bunker – warm and safe but plain and empty, no decorations, no presents, no special holiday meal – watching old movies while Dean looked after Sam, who was feeling better all the time and didn’t even particularly want to be looked after.