28. Oktober 2013 (22:23)
Title: Uninvited But Deeply Craved
Fandom/Genre: Romance, AU
Word Count: 74k
Warnings: Mpreg, cross-dressing, feminization, slight body alteration, some instances of academic discussion of gender/ sex, top!Dean, bottom!Cas, rated M/ NC-17 for sexual content. AU with Supernatural elements (monsters and demons exist, angels don’t)
Summary: At 35, Castiel Novak is a successful professor, firmly established both in the academic world and a sought after voice in many recent gender debates. After a failed marriage had left him distraught, he spent almost 15 years striving to get somewhere in life and there simply had never been time or an interest for romance. Not having a partner wasn’t something that ever bothered Castiel, but he can no longer shake the feeling of something lacking in his life.
Since his wish for a child was what had ultimately caused his marriage to crumble, he had spent years telling himself (and everyone that had ears to listen) that just because you have a body that allows you to have children you don’t need to make use of it.
Despite this, he decides he wants to experience pregnancy and give birth to a child. What he doesn’t want though is the hassle of a relationship. Egged on by his mischievous cousin he publishes a personal ad in a newspaper, looking for a young man to help him out.
Dean, almost 30, stumbles over the announcement right after he ran away from his last relationship and everything attached to it. He is in dire need of money to set up his own business in a new town and he decides to go with it. A couple of thousand dollars for knocking up some quirky professor seems easy enough. Of course it isn’t. Dealing with his supernatural, trouble-making clients and the ridiculous coffee shop his vampire room-mate turned the unused shop in Dean’s house into seems far easier than deciding just what he and Castiel are supposed to be.
Fic link: Read it on AO3!
Art link: Art Masterlist
Thanks so much to my wonderful artist, who created incredibly sweet art for me!!
And also thanks to my beta, Esmerod, who agreed to work with me even though the topic is not really her cup of tea! Thanks for all the comments about cheesy rom-com elements, superfluous carpets and rhododendron bushes of doom.
(Once I'm back on my own computer I'll make an extended author's notes post)