Title: She Fell From Grace (And I Don't Care)
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 100 x3
Challenge: supernatural100's prompt grace
Contains: No warnings in as far I know that can't be extrapolated from the header itself. Spoilers up to 4.10.
Disclaimer: Supernatural is owned by Eric Kripke and other companies. They are used here without permission, and for entertainment purposes only. No challenge or infringement upon the copyright is intended, nor should any be inferred.
Author's Notes: This is a sequel to Not Where I Belong (But You Feel So Good), however, it can be read alone.
Pamela never imagined that she'd be in a thing with an angel, but then again, she never imagined that angels existed either. She arched back, stretching her arms over her head, as she made herself comfortable while she waited.
It didn't take long before she could sense the grace of Anna's presence and she smiled. "Hey stranger. Come over here and give me a kiss."
Anna acquiesced and kissed Pamela light on the lips before sitting next to her on the couch. Again with the waves of sorrow and Pamela slung an arm around her. "Why the frown, grumpy wings?"
Anna took comfort in Pamela's strength and burrowed deeper into it. "I fell to earth and reclaimed my grace so I wouldn't be a pawn between two armies. But I am still a pawn. No, I am a statue. Cold and unfeeling. I shouldn't be here."
"If you're feeling this way, you should be here."
"No! Pam, angels cannot feel, not the way humans do. We are meant to watch. It's why I fell in the first place so I could feel." She sighed. "This isn't right for either of us. I don't want to hurt you. I should leave."
"Don't leave on my account. An angel gave me the best orgasm of my life and it wasn't by some mere mortal." Pamela laughed. "I reckon that means something."
Pamela kissed the top of Anna's head when she felt a break in the sorrow. "I'm not religious, but I bet your god is not going to be too upset at this if he didn't do anything about your fall. He made us. Surely you are doing your duty by being here with me."
Anna smiled against her skin and held her tenderly. "You are right. I shall stay with you."
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