ext_18178 ([identity profile] denyce.livejournal.com) wrote in [community profile] crack_van2014-01-15 07:27 pm

To Conceal a Fox by Lori_Leaf (Gen)

Fandom: Dark Angel/Supernatural
Title: To Conceal a Fox
Pairing/Characters: John, Wee!Chesters, X5-494 (Alec)
Author on LJ: [livejournal.com profile] lori_leaf
Length: 11,639
Author Website: on LJ To Conceal a Fox

Why this must be read: Author's summary: John only has two sons. So why is there a boy who looks just like Dean, only several years too young? I loved this series! The premiss, character voices the whole nine yards. Pre series on both Dark Angel & Supernatural. Personally love that John's a good guy and rescues X5-494. A fun read!

Additional snips in this verse: The Care abd Feeding of Your New Family Pet, When I Find Myself in Times of Trouble, The Relucant Big Brother, 15 Winchester Family Secrets, Just Another Day at the Park, More Winchester Family Secrets, The Scientific Theories of Alec Winchester, Alec's Name is Mud, Test, 1, 2, 3..., "An Apple a Day" and Other Childhood Myths

John recognized that voice. Mr. Walters was a bully. He intimidated the other teachers. He tried to intimidate John, but John didn't intimidate easy. He shouldn't have been surprised that Mr. Walters was the one punishing a boy far worse then any child could possibly deserve. And then send the kid to the Headmaster where he'll unquestionably be beaten again. John hated this goddamn school.

The boy turned his head towards the door for just a second.

John froze. Dean. The boy looked exactly like Dean Well... Dean from a few years ago.
Little Dean's eyes were squeezed shut, his lips were pressed together in a tight line, and his face was pale. He took a deep breath as he composed himself.

When he finally did speak, the boy's voice was smug, "Thank you sir. May I have another?"

The kid laughed, actually laughed as he pushed himself off the desk. "See ya around sexy!"

With a smirk and a saunter the boy who looked like his son exited the room, barely avoiding a collision with John.

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