Title: Heaven Is Only An Illusion
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 300 (100x3)
Challenge: supernatural100's prompt heaven
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.
Sam slouched on his throne of bones as he watched the demon before him grovel on his knees. His Consort rested his head on Sam's knee, looking as bored as Sam felt. He made a quick decision and motioned for everyone to leave.
Once the last demon left, Sam pulled Dean up onto his lap. "Heaven is looking for you, but you're right where you belong. Aren't you?"
Dean glared at Sam, but he paid it no attention. There were more important things, such as licking his way down Dean's naked chest or making him forget his name with pleasure.
Sam flipped Dean onto the throne and sank to his knees. He had long ago ruled that Dean would always be naked and he was glad for it when he could lick his way in and around his hole. Dean groaned and attempted to wiggle away from the sensations, but Sam kept him where he was.
"You'll take it," he breathed against Dean's balls. "You'll take everything I give you."
Dean gasped and gripped his hands in Sam's hair as Sam took him into his mouth. His tongue lavished attention around the head of Dean's cock.
"You are mine, Dean."
Dean panted as Sam slammed his cock inside him. He enjoyed having Dean on his lap, fucking deeply into him. It was like having a slice of heaven while he ruled in hell.
"Speak, Dean," he growled. "Tell me you love this. Tell me you love me."
His brother gasped and moaned, but nothing he said resembled words. He defied his King with his silence.
"I'll make you speak." I'll make you love me. Sam quickened his thrusts, reaching for Dean's cock so they could come together. "All you have is me. No one else, not even an angel. Me."
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