“Hey Sammy!” Dean’s boots were heavy on the staircase. “Just gotta, uhh, grab somethin’,” he said, rushing towards the hallway that led to his room. “This is Y/N by the way,” he said over his shoulder.
Sam looked up at the sound of your footsteps at the bottom of the stairs.
“Hi,” you said, stopping dead in your tracks. You expected Dean to have a good looking brother but wow… Sam was tall and handsome, and there was something kind and warm about his eyes.
Sam could feel himself gaping at you. He cleared his throat awkwardly. “Uhh… Hey.” There was a long silence where both of you searched for something to say. Sam was coming up empty, and just trying not to be obvious about staring at you.
“So, this is the bat cave, huh?” You looked around, rocking a little nervously on your feet. “Nice.”
He managed an awkward laugh, running a hand through his long hair. “Yeah. Yeah… it’s someplace to crash,” he said with a smile.
You felt a peculiar fluttering in your stomach as you looked at him and were able to return the smile. Just when you were searching for something else to say Dean came bustling back out.
“Alright. Let’s roll,” he said.
You held your hand out. “Cough it up, Winchester,” you said.
Dean begrudgingly dropped 50 dollars in your outstretched hand and you grinned a pleased smile at him. “Thank you!” You pocketed it. “Maybe next time you’ll think twice before betting against me.” You flashed another smile at Sam and he nearly staggered back from the spark in your eyes. “Nice to meet you finally, Sam.”
“Yeah! Yeah…” He trailed off as you strode out. “You too…”
“See you later, Sammy. We’re going back to the bar to play some more pool.”
“Dean! Wait.” Sam lowered his voice as his brother approached. “That’s your pool buddy?”
Dean nodded. “Yeah.”
Sam squinted at him. “Uh huh… And, uhh,” he cleared his throat. “You two–”
Dean raised his eyebrows at Sam. “What?”
Sam looked extremely uncomfortable. “Well… you know… you two are–?”
Dean smirked at his brother. “Are what, Sammy? Spit it out.”
Sam glared at him. “You… You know what–Dean,” he said.
Dean chuckled and finally decided to put Sam out of his misery. “We’re not doin’ the deed, so batter up, cowboy!” He wiggled his eyebrows at his brother and punched him in the arm.
“Are you coming or what? Those assholes aren’t going to hustle themselves!” you called down from the stairs.
“Coming!” Dean called, and with a final wink at Sam, both you and he disappeared through the heavy from door.