Title: One Loose End
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 300 (100x3)
Challenge: supernatural100's prompt destiny
Contains: dub con, takes place between season 2 and season 3
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.
Ruby smirked over Jo as she tweaked Jo's nipple between her fingers. "Do we have an understanding?" Jo glared up at her and said nothing beneath her gag. Ruby tsked. "That's a shame. I guess I need to persuade you."
She bent her head to flick her tongue against a nipple as her fingers persisted to play with the other. Jo bucked, but Ruby continued to straddle her.
"I need you to stay away from the Winchesters. I have big plans, destiny you could say, and it'd be easier if I didn't have to kill you."
She smirked once more.
Ruby returned to licking Jo's nipple before taking the nub between her lips, sucking hard. "It's not like it'd be difficult. Dean won't ever love you and Sam tortured you. Those boys are bad news." Ruby slid down Jo's body, trailing kisses along the way. "You'll be safer if you never contact them again. So much safer."
Ruby spread Jo's thighs and pressed a kiss above Jo's pussy. "Dean's gonna die in a year and Sam needs a firm hand to guide him. I'm going to be that firm hand, no matter what." She flicked her tongue at Jo's clit.
Ruby proceeded to make Jo come numerous times as she stated her argument over and over. While Jo stretched out, sweat coating her body, Ruby sat up and licked her lips. "Mm, I think I made my case. Don't you agree?"
Jo glared at Ruby, but finally, nodded her head. Ruby clapped her hands. "Good! I'm glad you see things my way. You'll be rewarded when my plans come to fruition." She leaned forward and untied Jo's gag. "Got anything to say?"
"Yeah." Her voice was raspy. "If I see you again, I'm going to exorcise you back to Hell."
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