The "Cas is the New God? The Hell You Say!" of Contents

His Most Important Job Beth Honeycutt1
The siren call of normalcy, of chucking the hunter's gig and living a regular, nine-to-five life, pulls at Dean -- but he already has a full-time job, named Sam.

Falling Temperatures Carole Seegraves9
What does Sam get up to when Dean goes out to play pool at night and is gone for hours?

The First Cut is the Deepest Princess Schez12
Brutal attacks have been terrorizing a small South Dakota town, and there are dangerous consequences in store for the Winchesters, who come to investigate.

Cash or Credit Carole Seegraves65
Sam has to think fast when his credit card gets denied, and Dean is back at the motel, waiting for his pie...

You Give Love a Bad Name Princess Schez67
Bela's contract is coming due, and she'll do anything to get out of it. Anything.

Counting the Days Carole Seegraves73
Sam is sick and Dean has nursing duty. Is it salt and burn a cold...?

Sauced Firechild75
Thanksgiving was never Sam's favorite holiday; he always preferred to stay in bed and read, if he could get away with it. But this is his and Dean's first year since John's death, and Sam is determined to celebrate the day in a manner which would have made Big Daddy Winchester proud.

Journaling Carole Seegraves90
Facing the countdown of his deal running out, Dean leaves a message to Sam in their father's journal, wondering when -- or if - he'll ever find it.

Celsius Firechild94
Jo Harvelle's life was never easy, what with her mother running a roadhouse for hunters, but when she gets possessed, all hell breaks loose and the Winchesters may be her only refuge.

Relatively Speaking Carole Seegraves120
Using a fake name can cause problems all by itself when someone recognizes it. Sam wishes he'd used another identity - any other identity.

Whispers and Cries IMTheresa123
Teenaged Dean is struggling under the enormous pressure his father is putting on him to keep Sam safe and to be the adult when John is away on a hunt, and he begins to make decisions that could lead him down the wrong road.


Sheila Paulsonfront cover

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