Sorridimi come sai fare tu, non c'è nessuno
Le cose più belle arrivano nel momento meno opportuno
Tu tienimi per mano mentre parlo,
tutti sanno che ti amo e di certo continuerò a farlo
Ricordati di me e di tutto ciò che è stato
Ma sai non c'è futuro per chi vive nel passato
Io sarò sempre qua, io sarò sempre qua
Sarò sempre al tuo fianco, nessuno ci dividerà
Nella vita perdi sempre tutto ciò che vuoi
Tornare indietro nel tempo non puoi
Ma so che c'è un posto per noi
After a hunt gone wrong, Y/N Winchester, the 17 year old half-sister of Sam and Dean Winchester, her older brothers, and Castiel are transported to Riverdale, a town in a different universe. While Sam, Dean, and Castiel attempt to find a way back home, Y/N struggles to fit in in the community of Riverdale. In a universe with no monsters to worry about, there’s so many questions that need answering.
Can she ever try to be normal after hunting for all of her life? Who’s the good-looking, mystical teen with the beanie who’s always at that diner? And will anyone discover that secret she’s been hiding for the last year and a half?
A/N: The song used in this fic is called “Flightless Bird, American Mouth” by Iron & Wine if anyone’s curious/wants to listen to it while reading this! Enjoy!
“So what do you guys want to do next? Facials, manicures, some gossiping about Reggie Mantle’s latest fling?”
“Kevin, no.” Betty groaned. “The last thing I want to hear about is Reggie’s sex life.”
You laughed and turned back to Betty’s little trinkets, checking them out. Girls night was being hosted at Betty’s house and you were having a great time so far. You, Betty, Veronica, and Kevin were listening to music and just chatting mindlessly about things like school and the dance.
“Oh, I love this song!” Veronica exclaimed.
Before you could ask what song it was, it flooded through the speakers.
I was a quick-wet boy Diving too deep for coins
You froze. It was your and Kevin’s song. The song that was playing when the both of you got together. Your first kiss. Your first dance.
Your mind felt burned out. You were sick of all this research. Why couldn’t you and your brothers and Kevin go on a vacation? One vacation. That’s all you were asking for. You sighed and rubbed your eyes. Kevin was on the opposite side of you, trying to translate the tablet. Some upbeat pop music was playing quietly from the radio. All of a sudden, a slow song came on the radio.
I was a quick-wet boy Diving too deep for coins
You paid no attention to it. Kevin however, looked up at you for a second, then to the radio, then back down to the tablet again. Should he or shouldn’t he? After toying with it for thirty seconds, he took a deep breath and got up and walked to your side.
Stole me a dog-eared map And called for you everywhere
You looked up from your book at him and Kevin held out his palm. You looked at it for a second before a hint of a smile came on your face and you placed your hand on his. Kevin smirked as you got up.
Have I found you? Flightless bird, jealous, weeping Or lost you?
He placed one hand on your hip and kept his other in yours. You placed your free hand on his shoulder and the two of you started to sway, slowly at first. Then the slow song picked up the beat just a bit and Kevin spun you around and smiled.
Now I’m a fat house cat Nursing my sore blunt tongue
You giggled as you spun and came back into contact with Kevin. The two of you continued to dance, every once in a while smiling or chuckling at your movements. By the song’s upcoming conclusion, the beat had considerably slowed down and the both of you swayed very slowly, gazing into each other’s eyes.
American mouth Big pill stuck going down
The song hit the final note and you and Kevin both leaned into each other at the same time, kissing each other softly. You finally broke the kiss and you looked at each other, trying to figure out the other’s reaction. Then at the same time, the two of you broke out into smiles and softly chuckled. You wrapped your arms around Kevin’s neck while Kevin snaked his arms around your waist. You rested your head on Kevin’s shoulder while Kevin rested his head on the side of your head. You both closed your eyes and continued to sway gently to the music that wasn’t even slow now. You were lost in your own world, not wanting this moment to end.
“Y/N?” Betty asked from behind you. “Are you okay?”
You gripped the table so hard your knuckles turned white.
All of your street light eyes Wide on my plastic toys
“Um, can you guys turn that off please?” you asked quietly, trying to keep your voice steady and your tears at bay.
Kevin quickly turned the song off and the three of them looked at you. Veronica slowly walked over to you.
“Y/N…” Veronica said, gently putting a hand on your arm. “Are you alright?”
You flinched at the touch and turned around to face the three other teens.
“I gotta go,” you said, quickly wiping a fallen tear away, hoping the teens wouldn’t notice.
“Um, thank you for having me over, Betty. Bye.” You quickly said before all but running out of the house.
You didn’t notice the photo that fell out of your jacket pocket.
“Wait, Y/N!” Betty called, but you were already downstairs.
The teens heard the front door close and Veronica and Kevin ran to the window, peeking out of it. You ran until you got to the end of the driveway, stopping. You ran a hand through your H/C locks, breathing heavily.
“Who gets PTSD from a song?” Kevin asked.
Veronica glared at him.
“What?” he asked innocently.
They turned back to you. You shoved your hands in your plaid jacket pockets and walked off down the street, beginning your journey to Pop’s.
“Hey guys?” Betty asked.
Kevin and Veronica turned to the blonde who picked up the fallen photograph.
“You need to see this.”
All you wanted was a milkshake to go. You would walk home and then lock yourself up in your room until Monday morning. You could try to convince Sam and Dean that you were sick on Monday to prevent going to school for one more day, but you knew they wouldn’t believe you. As you walked into Pop’s with those things on your mind, they instantly faded away once you saw Jughead sitting in his usual booth typing away on his computer. Seemingly feeling your gaze, Jughead looked up at you and smirked. You couldn’t help but smile back as you made your way over to the raven-haired teen, sitting across from him.
“Hey there, Ms. Winchester.” he said.
“Mr. Jones.” you said back as you stole a couple of Jughead’s fries.
“What brings you to this fine establishment at these hours?” he asked as he looked down at his laptop again. “Weren’t you supposed to have a girls night with Veronica or something?”
You froze, forcing the fries down your throat as you swallowed them.
“I was, but stuff came up. So I left.” you mumbled.
Jughead looked up at you at your change of tone and closed his laptop, giving you his full attention.
“Something happen?” he asked.
“Not really. Maybe. I don’t know. It’s kinda stupid.” you said.
“Do you want to talk about it?” he asked.
You shook your head.
“Not particularly.” you said weakly.
Jughead nodded again.
“Fair enough,” he said as he sat back in his seat. “I know how it feels when someone pressures you into talking about something you’re not ready to talk about. So I’ll back off.”
You smiled at him.
“Thank you, Jughead. I appreciate it.”
Jughead smirked at you again.
“However… For the dance…” he began. “I do need to know where you live. I’d like to pick you up.”
The smile fell off your face.
“D-Do you?” you asked. “I mean… don’t people just meet each other there?”
“Not if they have dates they don’t.”
The smile came back to your face.
“So this’ll be a date, huh?” you joked.
Jughead blushed and looked down.
“If you want it to be.” he said shyly.
“Of course, Juggie,” you said.
He looked up at you again with that soft smile you loved so much. You took a deep breath.
“I guess I’ll tell you where I live then,” you began. “I’m staying at the—”
“Incoming.” Jughead interrupted, looking at something behind you.
“What?” you asked as you turned around.
Your eyes widened as you saw Veronica walking towards you, something in her hand.
“Y/N,” she began, eyes darting between you and Jughead nervously. “Um, here. It fell out of your pocket when you left Betty’s.”
She handed you the object and Jughead craned his neck to see what it was. You felt your breath leave your body as you realized what it was. It was the photo of Lily from when she was three months old.
“Great,” you croaked. “Thanks.”
You wanted to put the photo away as quickly as you could but you found yourself unable to stop staring at your daughter and her little smile. It had been four months since you had gotten that picture. You wondered how big she was now. What she could be doing. Could she sit up yet? Roll over? Crawl?
“What’s her name?” Veronica asked tentatively.
You looked up at her, ready to deny knowing anything about the baby in the picture but stopped once you saw her face. Veronica Lodge wasn’t dumb. She had put together all the pieces. She knew who Lily was.
“That’s none of your business.” you snapped as you got up, shoving the photo into your pocket.
“I said, it’s none of your business, Veronica!” you yelled as you exited your booth.
The diner quieted down and everyone looked at you. You turned around, ready to leave when you felt someone gently grab your arm. You stopped, looking back. Jughead looked up at you worriedly, his hand gently enclosed around your arm. Tears welled up in your eyes.
“Y/N…” he said softly.
You couldn’t take it. He had figured it out too. Lily may have had Kevin’s smile and hair color, but she looked exactly like you otherwise.
You quickly pulled your arm from Jughead’s grip, running out of Pop’s as fast as you could. Even with your lungs burning and your legs feeling like they would give out at any second, you continued to run, your chest heaving. After running for God knows how long, you came to a stop, falling to your knees. All the emotions that you had kept bottled up for the last few months hit you at full speed and you finally allowed yourself to cry. As you cried, you weren’t sure if you could stop. Or even if you wanted to.
A/N: Y’all know how I love my angst. :) Hope you liked it! Please send me feedback! Oh, and for anyone confused with dates, the reader was gone for eleven months in total (seven for the remainder of her pregnancy and four in order to get back in shape), and she’s been back for three. That makes Lily seven months old. Hope this clears up any confusion!