Sam’s “normal” life dissolves when his brother mysteriously returns from the dead. But when Dean came back, Benny the vampire wasn’t the only thing that came back with him. Now Sam is in a race against time to save his brother. This is one race that Sam refuses to lose.
This is NOT just a smutty story. This explains why Wincest is beautiful, loving, and right. Ever wonder how Dean started talking dirty? The genesis is in the way Sam and Dean allow their feelings for each other to become physical. Sam is nearly 17, Dean is nearly 21.This story has dirty talk, all the feels you can handle, infinite love, well-developed original characters, and a rich plot that develops into a nail-biting narrative, with the best kind of hurt/comfort. SPOILERS for seasons 1-6.
Sam had known how Dean felt about him when he’d left for Stanford. His own feelings weren’t so clear. He’d needed time away from it all, hunting, his father, and especially Dean. It took him five years and a degree he hadn’t planned on to realize there was only one person he wanted to share his life with. He’d never considered the possibility that Dean would move on without him…or that something could happen that would erase him from his brother’s life completely.
When John finds his sons in a compromising position, he’s disgusted and he sends Dean away, hiding his youngest son from his eldest until Sam leaves his sight to break off and hunt on his own. Unexpected circumstances bring them back together and Dean will do all his power to make sure they stay that way.
In Jefferson, Texas a man ends a generations-old curse and saves all the town’s children, but completely loses his memory in the process. When it’s discovered that he’s a wanted criminal, the town comes together to conceal him out of gratitude for what he’s done for them, giving him an apartment, a job and a whole new life. It takes seven months for Sam to find Dean, and when he finally does, he has to adapt to being around a man who has no idea that he used to be Sam’s brother.
USP Beaumont is a maximum security federal prison for men, located near Beaumont, Jefferson County Texas. The facility opened in 1998 and is part of the Beaumont Federal Correctional Complex, which houses over 5,000 inmates in three facilities. USP Beaumont has been plagued with numerous incidents of assaults and murder in its near two decades of operation, with five murders in its first ten years. Inmates refer to the 15x20ft outdoor recreation cages as “The Thunder Dome”, referring to a place where two go in and only one leaves. A former corrections officer testified that other officers paired up rival segregation inmates in the recreation cages to fight. In 2001, one of the matches was fatal, when inmates Shannon Agofsky and Luther Plant were paired up. Agofsky, an experienced martial artist with a black belt in Hwa Rang Do, repeatedly stomped Plant’s head in, causing his death. Agofsky was sentenced to death and is currently housed at USP Terre Haute.
In 2007, inmates Mark Snarr and Edgar Garcia slipped from their restraints and repeatedly stabbed two correction officers who had come to escort them. They took the guard’s keys and unlocked the cell of Gabriel Rhone and stabbed him over 50 times. At trial, the men testified that they had been threatening to kill Rhone for months and that prison officials had done nothing about it. They were both sentenced to death and are currently being held at USP Terre Haute. The facility is frequently on lockdown.
Notable inmates at USP Beaumont include:
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez - In November of 2011, Ortega-Hernandez pled guilty to terrorism and weapons charges for firing eight rounds from an assault rifle at the White House in an attempt to kill Barack Obama, who he believed to be the antichrist. He was sentenced to 25 years, and is scheduled for release in 2033.
Adley Abdulwahab - Former hedge fund manager and part owner of A&O Resources management, Abdulwahab was convicted of stealing $100 million dollars from 800 investors. He was sentenced to 60 years and is scheduled for release in 2071, at the age of 96. Abdulwahab’s story was featured on American Greed.
I JUST FINISHED "WHEN MEMORY FADES" AND I WAS GOING SO WELL AND THEN THE SECOND TO LAST PHRASE SLAYED ME AND IM CRYING I BLAME YOU (omg it was so good tell me if you've got more like that)
JUST IMAGE DEAN WAKING UP DAY AFTER DAY HAVING THE SAME CONVERSATION WITH SAM AND SOMETIMES SAM FREAKS OUT AND RUNS AWAY. JUST IMAGINE ALL THE PAIN, BUT DEAN STILL DOES IT BECAUSE HE LOVES SAM SO SO MUCH. I read the fic like a year ago and it still hurts to think about it. (Here’s the fic if anyone is interested in crying)
I don’t have any with the same concept, but I do have fics that will make you cry and fics that deal with amnesia.
Parallel Summary: Dean can travel to parallel worlds, and although they may be different, there’s always a Sam there waiting for him. Words: 3678 Comment: One of my favourites. It made me cry. A lot. So sweet and so painful. Bottom!sam, top!dean
Death Like Dying Summary: After Sam gets Dean out of hell, Dean doesn’t remember anything except Sam. And that means anything. So Sam has bundles of fucking joy trying to deal with it. Words: 3134 Comment: Not gonna lie, I shrieked when I read the sentence “Cause you’re my Sammy”. You’ll find out why.
What Remains Summary: In Jefferson, Texas a man ends a generations-old curse and saves all the town’s children, but completely loses his memory in the process. When it’s discovered that he’s a wanted criminal, the town comes together to conceal him out of gratitude for what he’s done for them, giving him an apartment, a job and a whole new life. It takes seven months for Sam to find Dean, and when he finally does, he has to adapt to being around a man who has no idea that he used to be Sam’s brother. Words: 39 327 Comment: Was a while ago I read it but I remember it being really good. Dean loses his leg along with his memory in this one so there are some issues dealing with that, in case you dislike reading things like that.