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Most of the ficlets in my spn ficlets tag are cute and fluffy
From my fic recs page:
Thing is, Castiel doesn’t only have a voice that makes Dean think of sweaty sheets and slick kisses and rough hands - he’s also really fucking cute.
“So, uh. What now?” He asked them both, and whereas Sam’s face was blank, and the word ‘Amelia’ was clearly just behind his teeth, Castiel spoke up immediately.
“I think we should revisit your ‘Charming B&B’ idea.”
- Après -
RATING: NC-17 | LENGTH: 24,045
When the angels stop falling and Castiel makes his way out of the trees, he finds himself alone and oceans away from the Winchesters. For once, Dean flies to him.
At some point in every angel’s life, raising a fledgling is required. Castiel’s turn comes rather unexpectedly when his superiors hand off a newly created infant angel to him and leave him to raise it with all of Heaven’s principles of blind obedience. He’s not sure what to do, so he tucks the fledgling in his coat and goes straight to Dean and Sam Winchester. Together, Dean and Castiel hatch a plan to raise the fledgling away from Heaven’s control. And soon, the angel Hael arrives with news that, after Castiel disappeared, she and four other angels ran from Heaven’s oppression with their fledglings. Castiel finds himself the unwitting ringleader of angels choosing to raise their fledglings with the principles of free will. Is angelic parenthood too much for his deepening relationship with Dean? Who can they really trust? (Disclaimer: This story depicts fledglings consuming honey for the nourishment of their undeveloped graces. Human babies cannot consume honey, so please do not feed it to your infants. This is fiction.)
Castiel owns a floral shop, Dean owns a bakery.
From my fic recs posts:
“Nerdytr3nchcoat” and “Impala67” weren’t looking for romance on the dating website called ‘dateangels.com’. Castiel was looking for friends and Dean was just looking to get his nagging brother off his back. What they didn’t expect to find was each other.
In which Dean Winchester learns the importance of Disney movies, Castiel is the prettiest princess, and it’s all Sam’s fault.
Written for the SRS2012 prompt: “Gabriel gets tired of the way Dean and his little brother are constantly making eyes at each other and doing nothing about it, so he zaps them into various Disney films- always with Castiel as the prince and Dean as the princess- until they get the hint.”
This is the day that marked the Holy and Blessed Union of Dean Winchester and Jo Harvelle.
Or, the romantic comedy where Dean Winchester and Jo Harvelle are destined to get married, Castiel is given the task of playing matchmaker and fails terribly, the entire Heavenly Host becomes a sitcom audience, God warns against male pregnancy, and Jimmy Novak is incredibly unimpressed with angels in general.
Dr. Winchester hears an off hand comment from one of his students and find himself browsing a website dedicated to rating university professors. He’s not surprised by his rating – but is a little miffed to see the department chair has an even better one. Clearly, something needs to be done about this.
He’s supposed to make people fall in love, not fall in love himself.
Dean Winchester has just started his summer break before his senior year with a long-term crush on a certain popular YouTuber. An opportunity to meet arises and Jo persuades Dean to go after the object of his desires… by coaxing Dean to go on a not-so-epic road trip in his beloved Baby. Awkwardness, flirtation, and mutual attraction ensues.