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Girls Night-Epilogue

*edit by @strictlyncisconfessions​*

Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5 Part 6  Part 7  Part 8  Part 9 Part 10  Part 11  Part 12

Pairing: Dean x Reader

Warnings: fluff

Word Count: 1190

A/N: Alright folks, this is it! Thank you to everyone who has enjoyed and shared my first full series! Thanks for all the love and I hope you’ll stick around for the other works I have planned and/or in progress xoxo

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anonymous asked:

Hi! I hope you are doing well. 😊 If you had to live out on of Katie McGarth's characters' storylines, which one would you pick? Like you'd experience the same plot points the character experiences, but you're still you. Sense that makes, hopefully (<-- Yoda speak). (I was going to make Jules and Jodi off limits, but I'll let you pick your poison...or not-poison). Hope you have a good day/night.

I feel like leaving Jules and Jodi out is pretty fair. If we’re counting them, I suppose I’d go with Jodi, she’s the only one of Katie’s characters who hasn’t gone through any major tragedies. But that’s kind of playing it safe.

Excluding those 2, I’m basically just picking which way I’d prefer to die. 😂 I’m gonna say Morgana because it would obviously be awesome to have magic + live in a castle. And even after turning evil and losing everyone/everything, I’d at least get a dragon so that’d be pretty cool too.

Originally posted by evilswan

Thanks for the question, Yoda! 😉

Working on His Moves - Part 8

Characters: Dean x Reader

Word Count: 2367

Warnings: Angst? –ish (although in comparison to some of the stuff I’ve read this week, this isn’t even close to angst), fluffy fluff, roughish smut (the roughest ive written (which doesn’t really say a lot))

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 ,  Part 4, Part 5 , Part 6 , Part 7

Theres only one thing you need after a not so good day….


Your mind was racing as you stormed through the streets, not even registering that you were heading home until you arrived and threw yourself down on your sofa. Tears soaked the cushions under your face as you sobbed into the silence of your apartment, your anger at Adam and the uncertainty of unemployment suddenly hitting you.

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