|Love is not a possession, it is an infection. It starts out slow, with almost unperceivable symptoms. Eventually this infection overcomes you, crippling you. Love makes you helpless, but not hopeless. -Alex, Howl|
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Chapter Ten: Romance is overrated
Castiel stares at the milk in his hand curiously. Dean asked him to pick up milk from the store a few minutes from their house, since he is busy getting Sam to take a nap. He was actually excited to go off and do something on his own, but now he is regretting it. Who knew there were so many different kinds of milk? 1%, 2%, whole milk. How is he supposed to know how much milk Dean wants in his milk? He never paid attention to it in the fridge, and now he could kick himself for it.
"Need some help?" A voice calls and Castiel turns to see a beautiful woman with long brown hair. "You look a little lost."
Castiel nods, holding out milk, "What milk is good for a toddler, and a moody man in his twenties?"
The woman laughs and comes closer, looking into the fridge, "Hmmm…most people prefer 2%, if that helps."
Castiel stares at the carton confused, "I don't understand why there ar
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Chapter Fifteen: Aftermath
Nikolas awakes and comes to the living room to see Alexander propped up on the couch, silently watching something on TV while holding his knees to his chest. It’s been a few days since the incident at the dance but the town is still at a complete stop. Many people were murdered that night; store owners, school teachers, college teachers, children, siblings, husbands, wives, there was no one unaffected by the murdering spree the young new werewolf Vinnie went on. Of course none of those people matter to Nikolas. The only person whose well-being matters to him is the man on his couch in a guilt-ridden daze.
Businesses are shut down, schools and colleges and even hospitals are clamoring to replace those they have lost. This means Alexander has been stuck in his home, left to mull over something Nikolas knows he thinks is his fault. It’s not Alexander’s fault, though, it’s Niko