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A Whole New World 1/1 
14th-Oct-2009 09:16 pm
chlean/chlason


Title: A Whole New World
Pairings: Chloe Sullivan/Dean Winchester (as Jason Teague)
Fandoms: Smallville/Supernatural
Rating: T
Disclaimer: Don't own Smallville/Supernatural
Summary: Chloe knew that the new coach, Jason Teague, wasn't who he said he was--especially since she knew the REAL Jason Teague was some old loser who still lived with his mommy in Paris--but she never guessed that the new coach was actually a Hunter, who would open up a whole new world to her, even though he didn't exactly want her to be a part of said world.
Note: Written for the Livejournal paranormal25 150 Prompt Table. Prompt of the day # 45: Ghost Hunt.

 

“What the hell are you doing?”

Chloe looked up in surprise to see Coach Teague standing in front of her, flashlight in hand, and an Israeli Mossad duffle bag slung over his shoulder. The blonde reporter blinked in surprise, looking up from the screen of her camcorder, taking in the shock and slight annoyance on his face. “What are you doing?”

“You’re not allowed here at this time of the night.” The new coach announced after a moment of opening and closing his mouth.

“Well, you don’t tell anyone about me being here, and I won’t tell anyone that the real Jason Teague is a 40 year old loser still living with his mother in Paris.” Chloe replied smartly, turning her back on him, not needing to look at him to know that his eyes had widened. “Oh please. I revived the Torch and I’m the Editor. Did you really think that I wasn’t going to investigate the gorgeous new coach with the mysterious attitude?”

There was a moment’ silence before he shuffled closer towards her. “Why haven’t you told anyone?”

“Like who? The Principal?” Chloe snorted, gaze on the screen of her video camera. “Please. He took the Torch from me and gave it to Lana. Like I am going to be doing him any favors.”

Coach Teague, or at least the man assuming the identity of Jason Teague, sent her a curious yet amused look as he appeared at her side. “What exactly are you doing anyway?”

“You wouldn’t believe me even if I told you.” Chloe shrugged off the question, aiming the lens around her in the darkness, not catching anything really. It was a little disappointing, but she knew that these things took time.

“Try me.” Coach Teague grinned, and Chloe could understand why all the girls went crazy whenever he did that. His grin was a thing of legends.

He put James Dean to shame!

Sighing, Chloe looked up at him. “I’m hunting ghosts. Or, well, a ghost.”

A look of utter incredulity appeared on his face.

“See? I knew you weren’t going to believe me! NO ONE does!” She exclaimed, somewhat huffily, turning her attention back to the camcorder. “Believe me or not, the weird ‘accidents’ that have been happening here for the last three weeks have been caused by one seriously peed off cheerleader ghost, and I’m going to prove it.”

“Cheerleader…” Jason Teague’s voice was odd.

“Lindsay Fritz.” Chloe nodded. “Died about thirty years ago, was head cheerleader and girlfriend of the quarterback. She led the Smallville Cheerleaders to Tristate victory---the first time that has ever happened---and her pompoms were placed in the time capsule interred the day after she was murdered by her step father in a drunken rage. None of these accidents started happening until the time capsule was dug back up and the contents displayed over there on the Victory Mantel. Coincidentally, all of the so called accidents have happened around the mantel.”

Jason was quiet, gaze on the victory mantel, where the pompoms were displayed along with other ‘Victor’s Medallions’. “Well, how can you be sure that its her causing the accidents and not one of the ghosts of the other people whose crap is up there?”

Surprised at the question, Chloe sent Jason a look, amazed that he hadn’t called her insane and told her she needed psychiatric help. “Well, that’s easy. There are only five other ‘medallions’ up there. Three of those people are still alive, another died peacefully in his sleep, and the other died surrounded by the people he loved, and according to his daughter, with a touching appeal to all of his family to get their souls ready so they could all meet again in heaven…not exactly the type you’d think would come back and do stuff like this.”

Coach Teague was eyeing Chloe in shock, and with something that seemed like amazement.

A little worried, not exactly sure if he was impressed or shocked by how insane she seemed, Chloe hurried on. “And anyway, from the eye witness accounts given by the victims---or the ones who are conscious anyway---they all either heard female laughter or witnessed something that resembled a female figure. Thus, Lindsay Fritz seems like the most likely culprit.”

“Let’s just say that you’re telling the truth.” Jason declared. “Why would she haunt this lousy school? Why not her gravesite? Why not her fucker of a stepfather?”

“Well, she was cremated, which means that she has no grave to haunt,” Chloe deduced. “And from what I’ve studied, I got the understanding that if its not the body, then the ghost’s spirit would haunt something of value to them in life, or in other words, something other than its body that would be tying it down to earth. Which, in Lindsay Fritz’ case, would be her pompoms, since they signified the most important time during her life.”

Folding his arms over his chest, Jason tilted his head slightly and observed her with a half smile lighting his amazed face. “How old are you?”

“Sixteen?” Not exactly sure what he was getting at, Chloe eyed him curiously from the corner of her eye.

He snorted, grinning brightly and shaking his head. “Geez, you’re amazing, kid. That’s some detective work, and you’re actually right.”

“Excuse me?” Chloe asked, shocked. “You—you believe me?”

He grinned again, and it lit up his face. “You could say that it’s the reason I came here in the first place.”

Chloe paused for only one second before placing the strap for her camcorder around her neck and didn’t give him any time to react. She pounced him, attacking his duffle bag and zipping it open, eyes widening in awed amazement at what she saw there. “Whoa.” Ignoring the assorted guns in there, she pulled out what looked like a mutated walkman. “An EMF detector.”

Jason seemed somewhat shocked that she’d attacked him so suddenly and violated his personal space, but he beamed in pride as Chloe ogled his EMF detector. “I made it myself.”

“Really?” She asked, running her hands over the beat-up thing like it was the Holy Grail. “I’ve heard about these things so much, but I’ve never actually seen one.” Her fingers grazed over the on switch and she activated it, eyes widening as bright red lights blared on, the machine beeping loudly.

Jason’s eyes narrowed immediately and he pulled out a sawed off from his duffle bag, sweeping Chloe behind him in one swift, protective movement. “It’s here.”

Green eyes widening, Chloe quickly reached for her camcorder and looked around through the lens nearly frantically, trying to find the apparition. “Where is it?”

Jason didn’t answer, eyes narrowed on every shadow around them, waiting for movement to give away the apparition’s location.

Chloe wasn’t exactly sure why he’d brought a gun to a ghost hunt, but since she hadn’t really thought farther on in her plan other than finding the ghost, she decided to let that go and see how things turned out. Anyway, he was the professional ghostbuster, not her.

Aiming the camera around the darkness slowly, trying to find the ghost, Chloe’s eyes widened and she gasped when finally the transparent cheerleader came into focus. Yet this wasn’t the beautiful being in the photographs. No, this creature was paler than death, with a horrifying slice in her neck.

“Oh my god.” Chloe whispered, feeling sick at her stomach.

“What?” Jason asked, jerking to look at her.

“She looks horrible.” Chloe responded in a shaky voice.

“Where?” Jason hissed, gaze around them once more. “I can’t see her.”

Looking up in surprised, Chloe belatedly remembered that some apparitions could only be seen on video, which was the reason why she’d brought her camcorder in the first place. “Over there.” The blonde pointed to where the ghost was charging at them.

Jason aimed in the direction she was pointing in and fired a shot. Something that was definitely not a bullet shot out and the ghost shrieked, flickering and going out.

“Did I get her?” Coach Teague asked.

“Yeah---how?” Chloe asked, looking up.

“Rock salt.” He responded before hurrying over to the Victory Mantel and elbowing the glass violently, breaking it. “We have to do this quickly, the rock salt will only scare her away momentarily, she’ll be back. Keep an eye out for her.”

Nodding, Chloe turned her back on him, wondering what he was doing with the pompoms, and yet kept an eye out for Lindsay.

She kept sending quick glances behind her though, watching as Jason Teague placed the pompoms on the ground and reached into his duffle bag, pulling out a case of salt and pouring it over the sparkly things.

Deciding that once this was all over she was going to ask him what salt had to do when it came to ghosts and ghost hunting, Chloe returned her attention to around her, wondering why she couldn’t see Lindsay anywhere.

Had the ghost given up so easily?

Suddenly there was a loud, violent thud behind her and Jason grunted in pain.

Chloe turned around, seeing him pinned to the wall, the ferocious, murderous ghost pinning him to the wall, sneering toothily, beginning to choke him with an evil grin.

The blonde reacted on instinct.

Reaching down for the discarded pack of salt Chloe poured a handful into her fist and flung it at the ghost.

Lindsay shrieked as the salt went through her and once more she flickered before disappearing.

Jason slid down the wall viciously, hand to his own throat as he breathed in desperately. “Change of plans.” He announced, hoarsely. “You salt and burn, I shoot.”

Chloe blinked, mechanically passing him the camcorder when he motioned she do so. The blonde watched him grab his sawed off once more and keep an eye around them with the lens of her camcorder, before she hurried to the pompoms and poured most of the salt onto them---just to be sure.

Looking through the duffle bag for matches or a lighter, Chloe came across some accelerant and grinned brightly, pouring a generous amount over the pompoms. She’d wondered how hard it was going to be to get the pompoms on fire with just the salt, but this solved the problem easily.

Another shot firing caused her to look up, but now that she didn’t have her camcorder she couldn’t see the ghost at all.

Somewhat glad for that, Chloe poured another bit of accelerant on the pompoms and then once more looked through the duffle bag, finally finding a lighter.

Two shots fired out in succession, but then Jason was thrown bodily into the wall, Chloe’s camcorder flying out of his hand and smashing to pieces.

“You bitch! That was new!” Chloe snapped, throwing the lighter down on the pompoms, the sparkly things catching on fire immediately. “See how you like it!”

A scream rented the air as suddenly a figure that’d been invisible seconds ago burst into flames---right in front of Chloe.

The ghost had been that close to her!

Gulping, Chloe watched the furious expression on Lindsay Fritz’s ghost before the apparition went up in smoke, and all was silent.

Clearing her throat, Chloe turned to where Jason was picking himself up. “You okay?”

He nodded, gaze turning to the pompoms, which were now melted to a pile of goo on the floor. His hazel gaze then went to the remains of Chloe’s beloved camcorder. “Sorry about that…”

The blonde sighed and shrugged. “I knew there was some risk in bringing it along.” Going towards it, she picked up all the pieces of her baby and placed them in the closest trash bin. She turned and noticed that Jason had cleaned up quickly during that time.

“We should get going.” He announced, motioning with his chin towards the doors.

Chloe nodded, hurrying after him and exiting the school, keeping in stride with the man who coached during the day and apparently ghostbusted during the night.

They didn’t speak again until they reached their cars, which were conveniently parked close to each other.

“So, am I going to be seeing you tomorrow, Coach Teague?” Chloe asked, turning and leaning against her Beatle, eyeing his ’67 Chevy Impala with appreciation.

Going to the trunk, Jason opened it and raised the false bottom, displaying the varied guns and other things that Chloe wanted to dig into, but restrained herself from doing so. The young man placed the things in his duffel bag inside of the trunk, each in their various locations, before closing it and the trunk’s lid, turning to Chloe. “Actually, there’s a job in Lincoln that I want to take a look at.”

“A job?” Chloe asked, confused.

Jason opened his mouth and then bit down on his lip, thinking a little, before sighing. “Look kid. I’ll admit it, you’ve got skills, but you’re obviously intelligent as well, so you should know by now that you don’t want to get mixed up in this sort of thing.”

“What sort of thing?” Chloe’s eyes narrowed.

“Hunting.” Jason replied, leaning back against his trunk. “This job has its advantages and the adrenalin rush is a thing of dreams, but we don’t get medical. People aren’t born Hunters, but they die Hunters---or Hunted, if you get my gist.”

“Yeah, I do.” Chloe nodded. “You don’t think I can do it.”

He smirked. “Darling, you did a good job up in there, I’ll give you that, but it’s different when it’s your job. Believe me, you do not want to do this for the rest of your life.”

Chloe was smart, she knew that this was dangerous, she knew that it wasn’t the smartest job out there (and two minutes ago she hadn’t even known it was a job) but now that she’d had a taste of this life she wanted more. And she wasn’t about to let some guy (whose butt she’d just saved by the way) make her doubt herself.

She’d had enough credits to graduate since she was fifteen, and if she wanted to, she could graduate now. She had a car, could waitress or something in between jobs…

Exactly how did one get these ‘jobs’ anyway?

The blonde gave Jason a pretty smile, deciding she was going to have to get it out of him somehow without him figuring out what she was up to.

“So Coach Teague is going to quit, huh?”

He smiled back. “Yeah. Coaching just wasn’t my calling.”

“Well, for what it’s worth, I think you made a great fake coach.” The blonde flirted, since, well, he was gorgeous, and he also looked like a guy who would appreciate some flirting.

Jason Teague grinned back at her. “Thanks.”

“So, how did you know about this job anyway?” Chloe asked as casually as she could, grinning flirtatiously and gazing up at him invitingly through her eyelashes.

The hunter’s grin turned into a leer before he cleared his throat and looked away, rubbing the back of his head. “Uhm, newspaper actually, the usual. Checked up some mortuary reports after doing some hustling, and I saw the reports of what was happening here and thought it sounded like a job.”

“Cool.” Chloe had to admit that she was enjoying making him uncomfortable like this. “So what’s in Lincoln that’s so interesting?”

Jason opened his mouth to answer before closing it and smirking at her. “Nice try.” Pushing away from his Impala, Jason strolled around towards the driver’s side of the car and then paused before reaching the door, leaning forwards against the frame, eyeing her over the hood. “Sixteen, huh?”

Chloe suddenly chuckled. To be truthful, she giggled, but she refused to admit she did something so Lana-ish.

She bit down on her bottom lip, smile a smirk as she nodded. “Yeah, sixteen.”

The handsome young man looked her up and down appreciatively before shaking his head with a sigh. “Damn.” His hazel eyes returned to her mischievously. “Give me a call in two years.”

Surprised and utterly flattered, Chloe smirked, tilting her head to the side as she admired the handsome specimen propositioning her---when she turned legal of course. “Would need a real name to do that…and a phone number wouldn’t hurt either.”

He grinned, reaching for his wallet and pulling out the card of some motel. The sandy-blonde paused when he couldn’t find a pen and opened the front door, checking inside for one in the glove compartment and waving it at her when he found one. The hunter rested the card on the hood of his Impala and scribbled something on it before passing it to her.

Pushing away from her Beatle, Chloe reached over and took the card from him, still smiling softly as her green gaze lowered to the messy, male writing on the back of the card.

Dean Winchester

866-907-3235

“Dean Winchester.” She read the name and smiled up at him. “It suits you better than Jason Teague.”

“I think so too.” He smirked, looking ready to leave and yet hesitating. His smile slipped a little. “You really did good in there, you know?” His hazel gaze went to the school building before returning to her. “But you really don’t want this kinda life. Trust me on it, okay? Have a normal life, graduate, and call me when you’re legal.”

She grinned. “I’ll call.”

No need to comment on the rest of his speech.

There really wasn’t any need to argue with him over it.

It wasn’t as if they’d ever see each other again anyway…

…other than the call on her eighteenth birthday of course!

“See you in two years then.” With a lecherous grin, Dean tapped the hood of his car before sliding in and starting the engine.

Chloe nodded and leaned back against her car, watching him as he drove off, and waving back to him when he did so before turning the corner and disappearing into the night.

Dean Winchester.

Pocketing the card, Chloe hugged herself and giggled, tilting her head back and looking up at the starry sky above.

Tonight a whole new world had just opened up for her, a whole new life waiting to begin, and she couldn’t wait to start it.

 

 


Comments 
15th-Oct-2009 03:40 am (UTC)
This was amazing! I love how you did the Jason/Dean thing, best one that I've read so far. Dean was so fantastic in this, so in character, and I really liked Chloe's desire to want to do more hunting. The idea of Chloe graduating early and going off hunting is so intriguing to me. I think it could make a great story. Any possibilty of a sequel about just that? Maybe? Pleease!
15th-Oct-2009 04:00 am (UTC)
Am considering it, but nothing's etched in stone since I have to try and do the sequel to "Twisted"...if only I could get all my ideas together for that! *bemoans situation* I'm so glad you liked this, by the way! I've been wanting to do a Jason-is-Dean story for a while now and FINALLY I got the idea of HOW to do it! And it was FUN to do! :D
15th-Oct-2009 05:29 am (UTC)
Understandable. I have tons of ideas that rattle around my head, but only like ten percent actually make it to paper and even less into a decent story. But if you ever do write a sequel, you will have one fan guarenteed to love it.
15th-Oct-2009 04:05 am (UTC)
Great story! I hope there's a follow-up and we find out what happens when Chloe calls Dean in two years.
15th-Oct-2009 04:06 am (UTC)
Thanks for commenting! You never know what stories I get inspired to do so maybe in the future... :D
15th-Oct-2009 04:31 am (UTC)
Love, love, love, LOVE!!!!!

His grin was a thing of legends.

He put James Dean to shame!


Yes he does!!

Please tell me there's a sequel!!
15th-Oct-2009 04:35 am (UTC)
There's no sequel PLANNED, but I usually say "no, I'm not doing a sequel" and somehow usually end up doing one, so I'm not saying anything other than it not 'planned' :D
And I think they named him Dean after the sex icon, REALLY! There's too much of a coincidence! :D
15th-Oct-2009 05:59 am (UTC)
This was awesome, loved the Dean as Jason angle. I could totally see Chloe graduating early to run off and be a hunter. I hope you do a sequel sometime in the future as I would love to see what happens when Chloe calls Dean on her 18th birthday, maybe Sam will be there too *grins* My exceedingly smutty mind is working overtime now.
15th-Oct-2009 01:17 pm (UTC)
Haha *started giggling at the 'calling Dean' and broke out into an all-out evil laughter at the 'maybe Sam too' part* :D :D :D What a birthday treat!!!!!
15th-Oct-2009 06:27 am (UTC)
love love love.

I've missed your Chloe so this was a great find this morning. Thank you!
15th-Oct-2009 01:18 pm (UTC)
Awwww! Thanks hun!
I've actually kinda been a little blocked lately, and I had to FORCE myself to write this!!! You have no IDEA how hard it was to try and get into writing this!
15th-Oct-2009 05:41 pm (UTC)
There's nothing worse than writers block....*is sympathetic*

But wow, if this is what you come up with when you're blocked then you really shouldn't be worried!

Also, I'm blaming you for several new obsessions! Since you converted me to slash a whole new heap of pairings have sprung to mind. I've never spent so much time online!!!
15th-Oct-2009 06:16 pm (UTC)
*grins evilly* happy to take the blame!!!!!!!
Talking about slash, I've been toying with Clark/Jason, Clark/Whitney....just havent been able to think of a way to get that to happen....but REALLY want to do a oneshot of each! *sighs and shakes head*
15th-Oct-2009 01:56 pm (UTC)
aww i love it!
*snuggles it*
15th-Oct-2009 03:31 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the comment! Glad you liked!
15th-Oct-2009 02:16 pm (UTC)
This was just awesome!

Good for Dean for not wanting Chloe to have the life of a hunter but it's too late--she's hooked.

And will there be a sequel when Chloe calls him on her 18th birthday? :):)
15th-Oct-2009 03:31 pm (UTC)
Yep, too bad Dean doesn't know Chloe enough to know that one little speech wasn't about to dissuade her!
15th-Oct-2009 07:11 pm (UTC)
oh this is awesome!!
15th-Oct-2009 07:13 pm (UTC)
Thank you very much! :D
15th-Oct-2009 07:18 pm (UTC)
welcome! :)
15th-Oct-2009 07:24 pm (UTC)
Great story, I like your take on the Dean as Jason plot. Love how he was insistent on Chloe calling him once she was legal. :)
15th-Oct-2009 07:27 pm (UTC)
Thanks! I've been wanting to do something like this for like two years, but had never been able to think of a plot for it, so I was happy when I finally got this out!
16th-Oct-2009 12:00 am (UTC)
OMG...so awesome...I love this..them meeting when Chloe was in school..the possiblity of more...I loved their interaction..really well written...Id love to see more on this story... I hope there's an 18th birthday sequel in the works!!!
16th-Oct-2009 12:22 am (UTC)
Well, nothing is in the works...but I'll never say it isn't an option!
16th-Oct-2009 12:24 am (UTC)
*claps* Ill take that! :)

Amazing job!!!! Really this is great!
16th-Oct-2009 12:01 am (UTC)
This obviously needs a sequel. It's just asking for it! XD Lol. But I don't mind the wait since your other stories are just as interesting!

I love this of course! It's so damn easy at how easy the two worlds can crossover considering that half the time, Chloe's investigation is more supernaturally charged and then there's Supernatural with Dean and Sam and they go everywhere. And the whole Jason Teague/Dean Winchester idea totally works. I love the fact that he finds her so appealing that he's the one doing the persistent asking and disappointed at the fact that she's not legal yet. :D Eh, two years can go by really fast.

The most amusing thing about this pairing is Dean's penchant attraction to journalists - Cassie. Anna. XD Third time's a charm Chloe! I wonder if the power that be are fully aware of Dean/Chloe fandom?...
16th-Oct-2009 12:38 am (UTC)
Aw! Thanks! That was a great compliment!

I had thought about the journalist thingy with Cassie/Chloe, but I hadn't realized Anna was as well! Thanks for pointing that out to me!
16th-Oct-2009 12:48 am (UTC)
LOL! I loved this fic! It was absolutely brillant! Thanks for sharing!
16th-Oct-2009 04:07 am (UTC)
You're welcome! Thanks for commenting :D
16th-Oct-2009 01:15 am (UTC)
Already love this story and really hope you'll continue with this line of AU if that made sense?
16th-Oct-2009 04:10 am (UTC)
Made total sense to me! Nothing is planned for this, but you never know....
16th-Oct-2009 02:48 am (UTC)
Wow. Now that's a phone number that'll hold pride of place in Chloe's list o' contacts for the next two years. Seriously, after that, I can totally see her forgetting all about any crush on Clark. "Clark? Who's this Clark person you're talking about?"

Nice work. Then again, it's pretty much a given that I like what you write.

SCWLC
16th-Oct-2009 04:11 am (UTC)
Awww! Thanks so much hun! Your review made me smile *and I needed a smile!*
16th-Oct-2009 01:59 pm (UTC)
This is too great! LOL, hope she doesn't lose his number!
16th-Oct-2009 09:49 pm (UTC)
haha!! that is SUCH a good POINT!!!!!!
18th-Oct-2009 09:44 pm (UTC)
Oh *clings to fic* please tell me there's a sequel on the way! Seriously don't break my heart now.
This is so awesome!
Chloe better not lose that number!
18th-Oct-2009 09:52 pm (UTC)
hahahaha! It was clingworthy? That's so wonderful! Thank you!
19th-Oct-2009 08:10 am (UTC)
I just love stories where Dean comes in older and Chloe's mind's blown by his man-ness and knowledge. Good job. Wouldn't hate a sequel ya know? Nudge, nudge, wink wink!
19th-Oct-2009 11:51 am (UTC)
I understand completely :D
28th-Dec-2009 06:51 pm (UTC)
Completely amazing. XD Dean. Dean. Dean. I love him to pieces and of course he found a girl that could adapt quickly to any situation. I sincerely hope there's a sequel to this.
28th-Dec-2009 07:05 pm (UTC)
Well, I haven't written it. I kinda don't have any plans to do it---for now---since I have so many other stories on my list to complete first.
15th-Oct-2010 07:28 pm (UTC)
Crap, I had to re-post this cause for some reason it didn't come out right...

Oh, I freaking loved this!!! Dean as fake Jason angle is just so brilliant and of course Chloe would research the new coach and find out :) That's my Chloe! LoL. I also adored the banter/snark between them when hunting the ghost together. And loved even more was how impressed Dean was with Chloe's hunting/researching skills.

His asking her age and giving her his number to call when she turns 18 was a very Dean thing to do too :) Loved him.

I also really love the idea that with one encounter with Dean when she was still in high-school Chloe decides to graduate early and become a hunter... I can totally see her doing it. Wicked awesome! I wonder if during her hunting if she would ever run into John? It would so cool if she did...

Anyways, thanks for this completely unique story! And if there's ever a sequel, I will definitely read it!!!
15th-Oct-2010 09:18 pm (UTC)
When Dean went in Supernatural as that coach, I was like----JASON! lol So the idea came to me and I decided to go with it.

Yep, he's a rogue, but he'll wait until she's legal!!! lol
1st-Apr-2011 03:02 am (UTC)
i had to start reading this, can't believe i hadn't. Completely LOVED IT! I love how you spin on Jason Teague and well their flirting at the end added to the beauty. Too bad she was 16 =D
1st-Apr-2011 03:21 am (UTC)
:) Glad you enjoyed!!!!! Always wanted to do a Jason-was-Dean story and finally got around to doing this one :)
19th-May-2015 12:59 am (UTC)
I love this universe lol
I always leave a comment on the last fic but never did here
The 'call me in two years' makes me laugh every time... and be a lot jealous of Chloe ;)
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