to read J2
When Jared goes on his usual summer vacation with his family to their beach house, he thinks it’s going to be the best summer ever. In some ways he’s right, in others he’s wrong. When he meets troubled youth, Jensen, his world is turned upside-down. I’ve messed with their ages. Jared is just turned 16 and Jensen is nearly 17.
We all know that, because of the writer’s strike, the season three of Supernatural consists of 16 episodes when originally, 22 episodes were ordered. But what we don’t know is that the season number was actually supposed to be 20 episodes. Something happened. Jensen calls it The Event. Jared doesn’t have a word for it, but he has feelings, nightmares… and bruises.
The confession of Jared and Jensen’s love for each other is the result of a terrible and cruel moment. Let’s divide it in five parts. Times two. And in reverse.
Jensen is a paycheck to paycheck working class single father, Jared is a rich kid from the other side of town that hasn’t done a hard days work in his life, but is surprisingly down to earth and not a snob. Sparks fly when they meet, the attraction is immediate and mutual…but can they weather their friends, families and different worlds?
Marketing assistant Jensen Ackles hates flying and one particular flight means that he blurts all his secrets to the stranger next to him. But that stranger has a bigger connection with Jensen than he thinks.
It’s Jared’s first summer as a junior counselor at an idyllic summer camp, and he’s looking forward to as much sun and fun as he can handle. But things don’t turn out exactly as he plans, and his summer takes an interesting turn when he finds himself falling for a hot older counselor. Featuring Chad, crafts, hordes of kids, and all the summer camp cliches imaginable.
Jensen robs a bank in Manhattan. Jared works as a Special Agent at the FBI and tries to stop him