A/N: This is my first of two respective entries to Mara’s ( @mysaintsasinner) Supernatural Song Challenge! I chose “Ghost” by Ella Henderson with the pairing of Soulless!Sam x OC. Next one out will be a Dean x OC… and that’ll be out……… before July 😬
Anyway! The song lyrics of the song I chose (Ghost by Ella Henderson) won’t DIRECTLY? Be? In the story?
The theme of the song will be sprinkled into a part of it, and it’ll be a recurring theme. Lol
As always, thanks to my wonderful Dean-to-my-Sam @imnoaingeal for reading through!!
Characters: Soulless!Sam x Reader, Dean x Lisa kinda, Ben and maybe Bobby in later installments (there’ll be more)
Warnings: Graphic blood and gore? I guess you can call it that? How about a general warning of “Soulless!Sam” and leave it at that for the “gore” related concerns. There’s also highly abusive qualities of their relationship, so eek. Medical shtuff, and general unpleasant-sounding brain injury, and mentions of suicide and scars (inflicted not self-inflicted).
Looks like a great story, huh guys. :|
That was the only word that could go through my brain as I looked upon the man - the man who saved the world.
The man I had known for years, the one who had tossed himself into the pit of fucking Hell Itself.
A regular Jesus Christ.
His smile seemed off. Over-played, over-acted.
“Sam,” I replied all too quickly, as if I were gasping for breath.
“Wh-what are you–”
“I’m here for you.”
My stomach seemed heavier. My shoulders tense.
My eyes uncomfortably watery.
Okay, I thought. Okay, I can be that. I can be his.
Hindsight is 20/20, as the saying goes.
“Look,” he said to me. His usual concern, again, seemed over-acted - scripted.
But I ate that shit up like puppy chow. “I want you… to come with me, Olive.”
I was already nodding like a dysfunctional buoy.
He was close. Closer than we’d ever physically gotten without a brisk embrace or a “here, lean on me; you’re hurt” pretense.
“Will you come with me?”
I said yes before the last syllable even left his throat.
Things went downhill from there.
I gave myself to him in ways I never imagined.
I gave myself to something dark.