Warnings: sad Lucifer, angst, fluff, some wing!kink but not very much
Summary: Lucifer can’t stop worrying about your relationship, but you convince him otherwise.
Note: if the summary doesn’t make sense, then listen to Locked Away by R. City, it will make more sense. English is not my native language. I am too tired to read this through and correct mistakes, so sorry for that. I would like feedback!
If I got locked away
And we lost it all today
Tell me honestly
Would you still love me the same?
If I showed you my flaws
If I couldn’t be strong
Tell me honestly
Would you still love me the same?
Lucifer wandered around in
the apartment he had taken. He didn’t know how to ease his mind. He loved you.
He wasn’t glad to admit it, but he loved you. He loved the way your hair fell,
the way your eyes shined, the way your voice sounded when you talked about
something you loved, the way he could make you happy at all times. He loved to
hold you, to cuddle with you, to be around you. He really loved you, but he
couldn’t stop worrying.
Becky Rosen learned her lesson after almost selling her soul to a demon and has spent the last three years helping hunters do their job, even if she’s stuck to the sidelines. When Sam Winchester shows up on her front porch with his sick brother, they’ll both realize how much they’ve changed. Rating: NC-17
Dean is losing himself to the Mark, and he needs Pala more than ever. A run-in with a genie and an unspoken wish leads to the unexpected. Rating: R
Always A Mother In which Momma Tran decided to stay at the Men of Letters bunker and continue helping Sam and Dean. From Linda’s point-of-view Rating: PG15 (for swear words)
Mr. Perfect In which the reader is a retired hunter, one of Dean’s good friends and former lovers, and her boyfriend is abusive. Dean is not amused. At all. Rating: NC17
The Price We Pay Prologue, Parts 1 & 2 Part 3 & Epilogue Dean’s wife made a crossroads deal to save him and made a very important stipulation- That instead of Crowley sending the hounds, she be allowed to take her own life. Rating: NC17
Roadmap Dean comes back from Hell to discover no one has seen his girlfriend since the night he died, so he takes a trip down Memory Lane to find her. Rating: NC17
Where Your Heart Is In which, the reader has a manipulative family and an ill-advised breakup gets her trapped in her hometown with an abusive new boyfriend. Rating: NC17
Sense Memory A hunt goes wrong, and when she wakes up, she can’t remember her boyfriend of three years: Dean. Rating: NC17
The Sum of Your Parts Dean is so much more than what he appears, and she knows this better than anyone. Rating: PG15 (for mention of sex and swearing)
Connecting Flames Dean meets the reader on a hunt: A hotel where fears come to life and leave no trace, just dead bodies. Rating: PG13
In The Eyes The reader is a shy preschool teacher who can’t figure out exactly what Dean sees in her. A Sight to Behold Some people never leave high school, and Dean has no patience for anyone who messes with his girl. Both Rated NC17
Fifty Shades of Flashbacks Years after the fact, a night out with friends reminds her of a time when the word ‘no’ wasn’t an option. Rating: R
Dance With Me It’s the number one rule of hunting: Don’t fall in love. Rating: PG
Last Call In which the reader goes out with friends, and Dean comes to the rescue. Rating: PG
The Challenge Crowley thinks the virgin at the diner is out of Dean’s league. Dean loves a challenge. [Demon!Dean] Rating: NC-17
one by one He’d started out counting heartbeats, until he’d wondered how many she had left. Rating: PG
a blue dress “I’ve never seen that dress,” is all he can think to say. Rating: PG (with one smutty suggestion)
Found How long have you even been here? Rating: PG13 (for nudity, non-graphic description of torture)
bump His brother is not the brother he missed. Something changed while he was in the cage, and until Dean figures it out, the last place he wants Sam is next to his pregnant girlfriend. Rating: PG
“He’s a dick.” Sam gives Dean a look that clearly says You’re not fooling anyone, and Dean steadfastly ignores it, keeps flipping through channels and shooting glances at the door you walked out of thirty minutes ago. Rating: PG
scars Dean’s seen the scar before, seen every part of her, but he’s never asked about it Rating: R (for mention of abuse) Warnings: Abusive ex, mentions of said abuse
vows He’d rather be anywhere else right now, but there are two very good reasons for his attendence in this church. The first being he couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see you. The second is you asked him to come. Rating: PG
the end In which the reader makes one last call home before she completes the trials. Rating: R
Buzzed Summary: This is utter PWP. There’s no plot, no grand design, nothing but two consenting adults having a good time. Rating: NC-17
Promises Kept Summary: She promised she’d always come to him when she wanted to hurt herself, but gods, just this once, she doesn’t want to. Rating: Soft R, for sensitive subject matter. Warning: Self-harm ideation
Sticky Summary: Rabbit food is for rabbits. Whipped cream is for fun. Set directly after 9.13 The Purge Pairing: Donna/Reader/Dean (Agent Criss) Rating: NC-17
Something Like Home Summary: It’s the first time Dean doesn’t want to leave town. Rating: NC-17 (but just barely)
Something Like Love Pairing: Teen!Dean x Teen!Reader (Set in Dean’s senior year; both are eighteen years old Summary: Love can be found in the strangest of places- Even the janitor’s closet. Sequel to Something Like Home.
Dean’s Christmas Medley Summary: Maybe she can’t make him like Christmas music, but she can probably make him stop changing the fucking station every two seconds. Rating: NC-17
With Liberty Summary: Imagine being the public defender assigned to Dean’s case. Pairing: Dean x Reader Rating: NC-17
For I Have Sinned Pairing: Demon!Dean x Reader Rating: NC-17 Summary: The confessional booth just got a lot more interesting
A Damn Sturdy Table UTTER PWP. Dean’s girlfriend likes to read dirty books. Dean likes to act them out. Rating: NC17
Stargazing He was the same age as her, but years ahead. Rating: PG13
Messages Sometimes, phone tag is mildly frustrating. Others, it’s panic inducing. Rating: PG15
Spring Break Girls just wanna have fun, and Dean Winchester is a whole hell of a lot of fun. Rating: Soft R
The Flagstaff Fallout Usually, Dean goes to a bar to pick up a girl. This time, he goes to get drunk. Rating: PG13
Just In Case He left behind a number; she never thought she’d call. Rating: NC17
Good Enough There’s an old saying- Leave well enough alone Rating: Soft R
Tension The reader is stressed over the latest job, and Sam gives her a massage to help her relax. Rating: NC-17
Blue Part One The reader and Sam have been together for a while, but when her cousin shows up and reminds her of who she really is, she leaves to protect him from herself. Sam doesn’t want to be protected. Rating: R (as of now)
A/N: SOO, I have gotten very behind lately and I am just about drowning in work that has to be done before finals; Yay me. There’s definitely some implied smut in here and some fluff and maybe angst idk. I’m hoping to get something out for the holidays. Feedback always welcome:) AND YES I WILL BE USING THE SPELLING ‘CASS’. fight me if you want to, but if you don’ t like it, don’t read it
hadn’t really wanted to go out to the bar; what you’d really wanted to do was
crawl into bed and forget everything until tomorrow. But Sam and Dean had
looked so disappointed when you said you didn’t want to go. You didn’t get to
see them often, so you felt bad about cutting your visit short. Tomorrow
you’d go your separate ways, and you’d head east to another motel in another
town for another hunt. So, you sucked it up, got cleaned up, and joined
them at the bar.