"Girls… you should leave. Your test starts soon," Dawn told them.
"But, dad's here. Can't we talk with him for a while?" Nicole begged and gave him a hug.
"I'm leaving." Was all Robin said before she walked past him. She didn't even look at him.
"No, you can't, Nicole. You need to pass the test. There is not going to be a third time for you to repeat the 12th grade." Dawn was getting angry.
Nicole scoffed before catching up to Robin. She had stopped in from of Dean and Sam.
"What?" Dean asked raising an eyebrow.
"Nice car!" Robin exclaimed.
"She's fascinated with older cars," Nicole explained. "Come on, Rob. We got to go. Got a test to take."
"We'll just fail it again. Kind of a waste of time if you ask me."
"It's not an option with, mom."
Robin sighed and rolled her eyes, "Take care of that car."
The two of them walked behind the Impala to a covered car. Robin pulled off the cover to reveal a black '69 Chevy Camaro with two red racing stripes down the center.
"Nice car," Dean said.
"I know," Robin grinned before getting in and speeding off.
(A FEW HOURS LATER)
"That was easier than last time," Nicole chirped as she walked out of the school's entrance.
"It's our third time taking it… it should be easy." Robin reminded her.
A boy with short brown spiked hair and grey eyes had an arm around Robin's waist. Three earrings were in each ear and in his eyebrow.
"I'm sure you did great, babe." the man said before kissing Robin's cheek.
A man with short black hair and light brown eyes tiptoed up behind Nicole. He grabbed her by the waist and picked her up. Nicole giggled. She turned around once she was on the ground and hugged him.
"Chet! You're back!" she squealed.
"I'm glad to see you, too." Chet chuckled.
"Logan… you ever do that to me and you won't be able to have children." Robin threatened.
"I won't," Logan said.
They all said their goodbyes with each other. As the other girls were heading to the Chevy, Nicole noticed the Impala and the truck.
"What… are they stalking us?" Robin growled.
"Calm down, Rob." Nicole smiled at her.
John, Dean, and Sam stopped them before reaching the cars.
"Girls… we really need to talk." John told them.
"Right. We're going to have a little chat. Then you're going to leave again." Robin glared.
"Robin! Knock it off!" Nicole smacked her sister in the back of the head. "He's your father for god sakes!"
"It's important. We need your help," Sam interrupted the fighting sisters.
Robin paced back and forth in her living room. Nicole sat in the chair, her face buried in her hands. The three males sat on the couch.
"Okay. Let me see if I have this straight. They're our brothers… not that hard to believe. But we haven't known them our whole lives. And now, out of the blue, they show up with our father, who we also don't know for our whole lives, expect us to help them slay some vampires," Robin rubbed her temples. "Next thing you're going to tell me it that Santa Clause and the Easter bunny are real."
"Robin… I think it's all true," Nicole said.
"It is. Vampires are real. We've dealt with them before." Dean told them.
"Then what do you need us fore?"
"They have the Resurrection Amulet. I know you two are familiar with it," John got right to the point.
Robin stopped pacing. The twins looked at each other wide eyed.
"What?" They said in unison.
Incase you couldn't tell, Robin's not happy to see her father. That's why she's always talking angry with him. Hope to have the next chapter up soon!