Title: There Is No Escape
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 300 (100x3)
Challenge: supernatural100's prompt hunt
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.
Dean ran through the forest, branches snagging his clothes as he pushed his way through. Blood ran down his arms, but he refused to pause to patch himself up, let alone breathe. He had to keep running. He had to escape.
An invisible force slammed Dean against a tree and he slumped down, head resting on the trunk. He fought to stand, but he was trapped.
"Dean, you should know better than to run from me." He kept his eyes on the ground, not wanting to look into the yellow of Sam's eyes. "Did you really think you could escape?"
"You're not my brother, asshole," Dean spat out.
"I am, Dean, and you know it." His smile widened. "Why else did you allow me to kiss you?"
Sam knelt down, resting his hands on Dean's chest and shoulder. As much as Dean did not want to look at him, he couldn't help but gaze into Sam's yellow eyes.
"Stop running and making me hunt you down." Sam trailed his hand down Dean's chest. "I know you're unhappy, but I can't let you leave."
"You can't keep me here, Sammy. I'm not meant to be a kept pet."
"You're no pet."
Dean let out a bark of laughter. "You've all but collared me to your throne. I'm still a hunter."
"Yeah, but you're my hunter. My brother. Certainly not a pet." Sam drew Dean close for a kiss and Dean didn't struggle. He even allowed Sam to push his tongue into his mouth. The kiss ended and Sam rested his forehead against Dean's.
"I can't keep chasing you when I have a legion of demons to command. It makes me look weak when I cannot control my Consort."
"...not a Consort."
Sam casually slipped a ring on Dean. "You will be."
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