A/N: I hope you all enjoy this Crowley fic! Feedback is welcomed and appreciated! I love you all so much!! <3 <3
This was requested by @emilyymichelle:
Can you do Crowley x reader where everyone but Crowley forgets the reader’s birthday please?
You shut the bunker door behind you in a huff of frustration. You couldn’t believe that after living with the Winchesters for the last five years, that they would forget your birthday. If there was one thing they were consistent at, it was forgetting your birthday. Every year you got more and more fed up. You felt as if they didn’t care about you.
Your feet moved slowly as you shoved your hands into your pockets. A long sigh left your lips as you felt your phone buzz in your back pocket. You were surprised that Crowley, of all people, was texting you.
Crowley: Hello Darling. Happy Birthday from your favorite King >;)
You smiled at the text, slipping your phone back into your pocket. As you looked up, you saw Crowley just feet in front of you. You shook your head a small smile adorning your lips. “Thank you for the birthday wish,” you smiled, hooking your thumbs into your belt loops.
Ellis Grant glanced up towards the flickering white light, it had been playing up for days now and the more she looked it, the more it infuriated her. She’d been in the facility for longer than she cared to remember, in fact she had lost count of the number of days long ago. Her days, which were once filled with warm sunlight and the fresh air of the outdoors, were now regimented and gruelling, filled with artificial light and the sterile scent of hospital corridors.
“Elle…” Owen Grady’s voice tore Ellis’ attention from the flickering light and she stared at him blankly. She didn’t speak much these days, in fact she did very little. “Please…” Owen pleaded, “…just try.”
If she could’ve found it in herself, Ellis would have laughed. Try she thought. As though it were that simple. As though she hadn’t been trying since the moment they brought her out of the coma that they had kept her in for weeks. She’d done her trying, and she’d gotten precisely nowhere.
The two of them stared at each other intensely for short while before eventually Owen sighed and stood up, turning away from Ellis and walking towards the window on the opposite side of the room. He left her in her wheelchair at the end of the parallel walking bars that had been her nemesis for the past couple of weeks and looked out towards the entrance gates. When he caught sight of a figure, heading towards the large wrought iron gates Owen smirked. Heading towards the rehabilitation centre was a tall, thin, man with greying hair. He was dressed entirely in black: black shirt, black trousers, black socks, black shoes, and walked with an air of self confidence like nothing Owen had ever seen before. He neared the building, a sarcastic grim reaper, there to pull Ellis from the slump she presently found herself in.