Doctor-K

anonymous asked:

What are some other long Doctor!Cas fics that you like?

These are my most favorite doc!cas fics that i’ve read so far. One of them was taken down however if you message me I can send you a PDF/EPUB via email <3 This got a lot longer that I thought lol

Good Things Do Happen – Dr. Sexy Edition (110k, doc!cas, patient!dean) | Dean has hit rock-bottom when he wakes up from a coma after causing an accident while driving drunk. He doesn’t see that it’s rock-bottom, though. He believes he’s still in free-fall because the darkness that has killed John Winchester and has almost claimed Dean’s life, too, is all he can see.
But then Dr. Novak steps into his life, a guiding light in Dean’s darkest hour, and no one can blame him if he notices just how attractive the doctor is. If it only weren’t for the problem that he’s falling hard for this man, which will most certainly lead to a broken heart and more whiskey. Because that’s what happens when a washed up drunk like Dean Winchester falls for a doctor who is sexier than Dr. Sexy. Or isn’t it?
Then there are also Dr. Novak’s brother Gabriel, who isn’t ashamed of watching Dr. Sexy, and Balthazar, who has a tendency to blurt out the most inappropriate comments at the most inopportune times. And of course don’t forget the issue of family. Because Sammy is in Stanford and better off without Dean. And Dean is happy for him, he really is, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t still hurt. Or that it doesn’t have to be dealt with if Dean really wants to take up the fight and heal. (fav)

Dean Goes to the Doctor (21k words, doctor!cas, bartender!dean) | When Dean wakes up one morning feeling like he swallowed razor blades and his skin is on fire he figures he’d deal with it, but when he coughs up blood he makes the reluctant decision to head in to see his doctor, except his doctor has retired. The new doctor that has taken over his practice is the one and only Castiel Novak, and Dean finds the new doctor more interesting than he wants to, and somehow this doctor gets Dean to come in again. Shortly after meeting the new doctor he gets injured on the job and lands himself in the hospital in need of surgery. The handsome doctor comes to see him and sweet fluffiness ensues. (fav)

Nothing to Moan About (12k words, doc!cas, doc!dean) | Doctors Dean and Castiel don’t get along, before tragedy forces mostly Castiel to reevaluate.

Unfold Your Love (35k, doc!cas, cop!dean) | This is the story of how a cop and an ER doc meet and fall in love.

Salvation (99k, doc!cas, veteran!dean) | Dean is an honorably discharged marine who lives in celibacy because celibacy is better than the alternative.Castiel is a well renowned doctor who has suffered through enough death for a lifetime.Before all this, Dean and Castiel were “the real thing”, according to everyone around them. Then life happened and they were screwed out of everything.Now, ten years later, Dean and Cas see each other again and they have to face everything holding them apart.

Heartburn (52k, doc!cas, nurse!dean) | Dean Winchester, a certified Burn RN, is one of the most dedicated employees the St. Devic Hospital has and today is no different. But when his patient expectantly goes into cardiac arrest and needs to be transferred to the heart hospital floor under the care of one Doctor Novak, Dean can’t help but feel his patient isn’t the only one who’s going to have to get his heart under control.

Finding His Voice (50-60k, psychiatrist!cas, patient!dean) | Castiel had seen many patients come and go in his years as a psychiatrist, but none of them were quite like Dean Winchester. The background story that came along with the silent,surly patient horrified even him, and as he struggled to get Dean to accept and trust him, the damaged man proved to be brighter and more beautiful than anyone could ever have imagined. (fav) ((the latest (longer) doc!cas fic i’ve read, its absolutely incredible, misha (well their version of him) is even in it :3))

These aren’t doc!cas however they’re nurse!cas/nurse!dean/doc!dean but they’re also very good! 

Any Little Heartbreak (76k words, nurse!cas, surgeon!dean)Dean Winchester knows everything there is to know about the human heart.Well.Anatomically speaking. (fav)

Preacher Comfort (42k words, nurse!dean, priest!cas) | Dean Winchester works as a nurse at an after-hours medical clinic. He’s a champion at what he does, but for him, professionalism has its pitfalls: good-looking patients make him flustered. Luckily, his fly-by-night infatuation evaporates within minutes, since most patients only swing by once. Castiel (fondly known as Bee Sting Guy around the clinic) is one of those iniquitously handsome fellows – and he keeps coming back. He’s also a Catholic priest, 94% asexual, and in need of the tender love that happens to be Dean’s speciality.

Scale from One to Ten (14k words, nurse!dean, patient!cas)Dean’s a nurse, Castiel is one of his patients.“They removed my appendix through my belly button.“ "They sure did. On a scale from one to ten, how is your pain?”

Vital Signs (67k words, nurse!dean, patient!cas) | The nurse grinned again and it did something odd to Castiel’s stomach. Too many Lucky Charms, he rationalized. Lucky Charms and pain meds don’t mix.“I’m Dean. And I’ll be your nurse this evenin’.”

While You Were Sleeping (15k, nurse!cas, patient!dean) | The one where Castiel is a nurse and most definitely does not have a crush on his patient. His patient who may or may not be in a coma. Nope. No way. Okay, maybe a little? It was all Sam’s fault, really.And to think, he used to be so professional.

It’s Only Love We’re Falling In (18k, nurse!cas) | Castiel is a nurse. Dean isn’t a very pleasant person. Castiel and Dean don’t get along at first, then, naturally, like in most romantic comedies, things happen. Like unwillingly falling in love.

Happy reading!!! :D

You can say what you like about Power Rangers, but THIS is fantastic writing:

The mentor, Doctor K, has just informed the Rangers that the enemy’s technology just surpassed their own and there’s nothing they can do about it. Ziggy says, “But wait, their stuff can’t be better than our stuff. We’re the good guys! Right?”

Doctor K spits out tech babble, and shoots down each Rangers’ suggestions. Summer says, “Are you telling us to just give up, Doctor?” to which she replies “I’m telling you I don’t have all the answers.”

In response the team starts talking over each other until Ziggy yells, “Hold it! Hold it! Hold everything, people. In times like this, one question needs to be answered. Are we, or are we not, the good guys?”

Doctor K stares at him and says, “Tell me, what’s it like?”

“What’s what like?”

“Being stupid your whole life?” Then she says, “Is it as wonderful as it seems?”

This exchange is read like a joke. Ziggy’s the clown, he makes light of situations, he’s probably trying to cheer everyone up. Doctor K, she’s snarky, she’s rude to Ziggy, she’s deadpan and doesn’t have a sense of humor. You almost laugh at this until you realize—they’re both dead serious.

This entire episode was the most beautiful PR writing I’ve seen since Time Force (probably better than that too) and this isn’t the only scene that struck a chord. Doctor K was a prodigy and she was basically kidnapped and stuck in a government facility her entire life, developing a psychological fear of sunlight because she was brainwashed to believe it would kill her. Added on top of that all she wanted her whole life was to go outside and in attempting to do so she created and released a computer virus by accident, thus ENDING THE WORLD.

And here comes Ziggy, whose past is not all rainbows and sunshine, who worked as a bad guy for a while because he never had a place to fit in, who is an accidental Ranger and never wanted this but coped with knowing that he was a good guy and was making the world safe for kids who were once like him. Now his world is shattered, because if they’re not the good guys then who are they? Where’s the line? How do you know?

Doctor K knows. She knows she can’t be called a good guy. She ended the world because she wanted to go outside. A teenager killed billions of people because of a stupid want that never should’ve happened in the first place. She has no idea what it’s like, being innocent and naive. She doesn’t have that pleasure, not like Ziggy does.

As a writer my jaw was totally slack this entire episode. They seriously walked the line that season considering this is a kid’s show. Scott’s brother died right freaking next to him, for God’s sake. Dillon is a walking Trojan horse, was experimented on and memory-wiped and has moments where he almost kills his own friends because he’s half computer. Summer’s only friend was her butler who was more like a father to her than her actual one, and he died in her arms. It should be said that the acting in RPM was better than any season since, I dunno, Dino Thunder maybe (and if not then, then definitely Time Force). It really sold the whole plot.

I cried in this episode. I haven’t cried in any Power Rangers episode ever but THIS… this was beautiful.