She Goes For Older Guys
From this request: Could you do a fic where cash and luci are fighting over reader behind there back, only to find out she’s with Crowley? (Is would clearly be in a au where there reformed or something )
“Congrats on getting into the play, Castiel!”
“Thank you, Y/N,” Cas said. He honestly couldn’t believe that his name was on the list. He’d only auditioned because you were in the drama club and he wanted to spend a little more time with you. He was expecting to be passed over, perhaps offered a spot on the crew, but he’d actually landed a part! “And congrats on getting the lead!”
You blushed. “Thanks. I honestly wasn’t expecting to get such a big part…”
“Are you kidding? You were great! Totally convincing. I knew as soon as you walked onto that stage that you were going to get it.”
You smiled. “It’s going to be great to work with you.”
“Just… take it easy on me. This is the first play I’ve ever done.”
You laughed and gently punched Cas in the shoulder before heading down the hall. Cas turned once again to the cast list—there it was. His name. Just a few names under yours.
“Hey, bro,” Lucifer said, coming up from behind Castiel. He grabbed him in a headlock, grinding his knuckles against Cas’ hair. “Whatcha doing?”
“Nothing, Lucifer. Get off of me.”
Lucifer looked at the bulletin board. “Whoa. Did you get a part in the play?”
“Ha. What a loser. Why’d you try out for the school play?” Lucifer studied the list a little longer. “Wait. Y/N got a part?”
“She got the lead.”
“Hm. I may have to find my way on the crew for the show… maybe I can be her personal dresser….”
Cas shoved his brother. “Don’t be a creep!”
“Hey, come on, man. She’s hot!” Lucifer studied his brother. “Wait. Is she the reason you tried out?”
Lucifer smirked. “Well, well, well. Look who’s finally developed a crush on a real girl. Too bad I’m going to be the one to get her.”
“Shut up, Lucifer! She’d never go for a guy like you.”
“Oh, really? You wanna bet?”
Being the captain of the football team and the class president meant that Lucifer was able to convince the drama coach into letting him run the light board. So he became a steady part of your life, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoon.
This worried Cas. True, he actually spent time onstage with you, but Lucifer still managed to find his way backstage to tell you some stupid joke or give you some sort of compliment.
Cas and Lucifer got into more scuffles at home because of it.
“Look,” Lucifer said one night, nursing a black eye while Cas tipped his head back to stop his nose from bleeding. “Let’s make a deal. After the show on opening night, we’ll tell her how we feel. Then she’ll choose one of us and the rest will be history.”
“Fine,” Cas said.
And so, opening night finally arrived. The show went fantastically. You were stunning, as usual. Cas didn’t flub a single line. Lucifer enjoyed the power of controlling the lights.
Afterward, the brothers stood in the lobby, watching as people came through and offered their praises to the cast. Once they were gone, Cas and Lucifer would approach you.
“Wait,” Cas said, watching as a young man stepped toward you. “Who’s that?”
The brothers watched as you wrapped your arms around the man, a huge smile on your face.
And then, to their horror, you kissed him.
“What the hell?” Lucifer asked. He headed over to you, despite Cas trying to pull him back.
“Oh, hey guys!” you said with a smile, your arm still wrapped around the man. “Great show, don’t you think?”
“Yeah, great,” Lucifer said. “Who’s this?”
“Oh, this is my boyfriend, Crowley. Crowley, this is Lucifer and Cas.”
“Nice to meet you,” the man said, holding a hand out.
Cas shook it, seeing that his brother would not.
“I don’t recognize you,” Lucifer said. “You go to a different high school?”
“He’s a college student,” you said, a proud sort of smile on your face.
You turned to Crowley. “I’m going to go get changed. Then we can go out?”
“I’ll be waiting here, love.”
The brothers slowly went backstage after saying goodbye to Crowley. “Well,” Lucifer said. “That… was unexpected.”
“A college guy?” Cas asked. “How…”
“Drop it, little brother. There’s no way you can get her away from a college guy. Might as well sit back and enjoy the friendzone.”
Cas was quiet for a few moments. “Well…. I’d rather be her friend than nothing at all.”
“You’re so weird.”