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Baby Crowley

Pairings: Crowley x named wife!Reader (Jamie/ Mimi), Rowena, Sam x sister!reader, Dean x twin!reader, unnamed OC witch and mentioned Cas.

Warnings: Swearing

Summary: Rowena believes Crowley is acting like a child so she turns him into one.

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“Fergus, you’re acting like a child.” Rowena said as she stood in the middle of the throne room arguing with her son like the child she claimed him to be.

“It’s Crowley!” your husband roared and you shook your head. You had had absolutely enough with your mother in law and her taunting. You knew that the only thing she was trying to do was get a rise out of her son and she was an absolute professional.

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The Maiden And The Giant

TITLE: The Maiden And The Giant

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter 19

AUTHOR: MaliceManaged

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine falling through a portal into Jötunheim and running into a stranger named Loki, who decides to provide shelter out of the need for company, that eventually turns into love.

RATING: T

NOTES/WARNINGS: I’m not sure how well I’ll be able to keep up with the next few updates; with my local con approaching which I will be tabling at with friends, I’ve been running around doing last minute stuff and I haven’t been able to sit down and write any more of this. I’ll try to make time, but I won’t make any promises. Apologies in advanced.

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    Kat looked around the room curiously after Helblindi had set her down, noting that, while there was furniture and some miscellaneous belongings, it was rather empty. It was Loki’s old room, they’d told her; from before he had convinced their parents he was old and capable enough to live on his own. She walked over to a desk and picked up a half-finished sketch Loki had left behind of who she recognised as Laufey, seemingly arguing with another jötunn in what she figured was the throne room.

    “He’s always had a knack for being where he shouldn’t,” Byleistr spoke up as he looked over her shoulder at the sketch, “Useful for learning things others wished he didn’t.”

    Kat giggled slightly. “Something the nobles in Asgard learned the hard way pretty quickly.” She set the sketch down and heaved a sigh, jumping up to sit on the desk. “It hasn’t even been a day, and I miss him.”

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