Title: A Demon by Any Other Name
Word Count: 25,462
Summary: Castiel is unlike anything Dean expected an angel to be, arousing both terror and lust within him.
Title: Fata morgana.
Word Count: 6,600
Summary: The endless asphalt and broken road, the empty land and piles of human garbage, the unwanted ends of life, the cracked toys and broken screens and burning cars and gravel. Dean Winchester is the king of hell. ”Oh,” says Bela. That changes certain things.
Title: Girl With One Eye
Word Count: 1800
Summary: Dean’s a demon with a fierce appetite, and Cas, an innocent college student that catches his attention, gets caught in his grasp.
Title: Hell Rises with Him
Word Count: 25,000
Summary: When Castiel gripped Dean Winchester tight and raised him from perdition he had no idea that the once Righteous Man was no longer human, nor the effects that raising him thus would have.
Title: Hello Night
Word Count: 11,211
Summary: Castiel summons Dean to the crossroads, and he only wants one thing: him
Title: Like Whiskey [personal favorite]
Word Count: 16,300
Summary: When Castiel tried to open the door to Purgatory, his demon companion was there with him every step of the way. Now, with the power of the Leviathan fueling Castiel, he and Dean fight, feed and f*ck their way through the United States. Dean picks the victims and Castiel can eat his fill - quite an elegant solution. Until Dean targets the home of three Hunters and finds himself trapped in their home with no way out. Needless to say, Castiel will not be happy. An alternate for seasons 4, 5 and 6.
Word Count: 29,000
Summary: Castiel is a small town priest with a mysterious past. One ill-fated evening he prays for an end to his loneliness. He’s heard, but not by Heaven. Dean Winchester is a demon from Hell and he hails the call. But not everything is as it seems.
Title: Monsters of Men
Word Count: 63,000
Summary: Life is relatively simple for Dean: get a contract, kill something, collect money, get drunk and fuck. That’s how it’s been for a long while now, and that’s the way he likes it. However, he never thought he’d have an angel in his house, and he sure as hell never guessed he’d think about keeping it.
Title: No Brakes or Take-Backs
Word Count: 12,000
Summary: Castiel never wanted a demon. Now the thing’s on his mind all the damn time. And his scent is everywhere.
Title: Of Angels and Demons
Word Count: 9,900
Summary: Castiel failed to retrieve the righteous man from hell and instead Dean pulled them out, saved the angel when he could have left him to burn. All the fallen angel wants to do is prove his adoration for the demon, in any way possible.
Title: Paved with Good Intentions
Word Count: 29,700
Summary: Castiel finally locates Dean in Hell after forty years, he finds the righteous man changed into something much darker than the angel had expected. Such a creature cannot be resurrected, so Castiel must return him to the man he used to be before he can be sent back to Earth.
Title: Stockholm Syndrome
Word Count: 20,700
Summary: Stockholm Syndrome: -noun Psychiatry . an emotional attachment to a captor formed by a hostage as a result of continuous stress, dependence, and a need to cooperate for survival. In which Dean is a demon who kidnaps the angel Castiel because he wants him, and Castiel comes to love Dean because he can’t remember anything but the demon.
Title: The Confessional
Word Count: 2,349
Summary: Dean is a demon who only meant to bother Father Castiel until he gives in, but he finds he can’t leave him alone.
Title: The Forty-First Year
Word Count: 4,600
Summary: For every thing Castiel tells Dean, there is a world of things he doesn’t tell him.
Title: This is All Life Really Means
Word Count: 90,000
Summary: The highly arranged marriage between the angels and the demon providences requires some adjusting on the parts of their highly trained security details. Needless to say the members of said details are less than happy about their new arrangements.
Title: Twelve Arches Facing the Sea
Word Count: 43,200
Summary: If Cas says anything else, Dean can’t hear it. There’s a hand over his face, a wetness at his mouth, and the volcano’s deafening silence rushing through his head like pyroclastic flow, like a landslide rolling over everything in sight and drowning it in death.
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