Jessica and Melissa's mother were putting on the finishing touches on Melissa's hair. She was sitting at her vanity. Today was the day. She was going to get married. She was marrying Dean Winchester. Even though this was the last thing she ever wanted to do at the age of 18 she still wanted today to be perfect. This was her day after all. She will only be married once. Might as well make the most of it. She wanted her hair perfect in loose curls down her back.

She sat there watching her mother and sister work on her hair. They just had to finish with the small pink flowers that were to scatter around the back of her hair that was being pulled back. She was wearing a small ivory silk nightgown. She bit her bottom lip as she fidgeted with her fingers.

Just as they were done with her hair she heard thunder and the three turned their head seeing a downfall. Melissa's face dropped as she got up and ran to the window. "No, no, no! Everything is getting ruined mom!" Tears fell from Melissa's eyes as she watched the rain mess up the entire ceremony that was being set up. She watched the servants and helpers grab the chairs from the outside and bring them into the mansion.

Jessica placed her hands on her sister's arms, "It will be ok. We'll fix this," said Jessica.

"How? It's supposed to be an outside wedding! We can't have my wedding in the Winchester Mansion! There will be not enough room! And we can't quickly go find a church at the last minute to fit everyone inside! It's ruined!"

Melissa sat on the edge of her bed and cried into her hands. Her mother sat by her side and tried to comfort her. Jessica watched her sister cry. She didn't know she cared so much about this wedding. The whole time she was tearing it down, hating that she was getting married. She would always complain about it.

"I'll be right back," said Jessica as she hurried out the door to look for Sam. She had to fix this for her sister. Dean may be a dick but her sister deserved the best wedding.

Jessica ran down the hall towards the west wing where she knew Sam was with Dean, John and her father. Out of breath she knocked on the door quickly.

Sam opened the door surprised to see Jessica, "Hey what's up?"

"We need to talk right now," she pulled Sam out of the room and closed the door behind her. "Melissa is freaking out because of the rain. She's crying and saying the wedding is ruined. For once in my life I do not know what to do to make her feel better about this. We can't have it in here, as big as this place is; it's not as big for this entire guest. Hello, this is the first born wedding everyone and anyone is going to be here Sam. She's freaking out!"

Sam raised his eyebrows, "She is or you are?"

Jessica hit Sam in the chest, "its not funny Sam!"

"What's going on?" asked Dean fixing his tie and looking at the two of them.

"Nothing," said Jessica. She knew he would march into Melissa's room and tell her to quit being a baby and suck it up.

"No not nothing, I heard Melissa is upset what the fuck is going on?" asked Dean once again.

Sam sighed looking at Jessica who shook her head telling him not to say anything. He looked at Dean and said, "The rain is upsetting her Dean. She thinks the wedding is ruined."

This took Dean by shock, just like Jessica. He was expecting to hear that she was crying because she was getting married not because of the rain. He knew she hated the fact she was getting married to him.

"Serious?" asked Dean.

"I wouldn't lie about that Dean. We all know she hates your guts," said Jessica glaring slightly at him.

"Yeah but she loves my cock," Dean smirked and then looked at Sam, "Come with me. Jessica go back to Melissa."

"What are you going to do?"

"Just go back to Melissa," said Dean looking at her before he and Sam walked down the hallway.

Jessica rolled her eyes as she walked back to Melissa's room.

Melissa had wiped her tears as her mother fixed her makeup. She heard yelling coming from outside and looked towards the window curiously. She bit her bottom lip as she got up from the vanity once more. She walked to the window and couldn't believe her eyes when she saw what was going on. A small smile spread across her face as she saw Dean, Sam and the servants putting up a large tent in the pouring rain. They were getting soaked but wanted to get the wedding perfect for her.

Jessica walked into the room and saw Melissa smiling out the window along with her mother. "What's going on?"

"Dean got the servants and Sam to help put a tent up for the wedding," said Jennifer as she looked at her youngest daughter's face that had a huge smile. Melissa couldn't believe Dean actually went out in this weather and put a tent up for them.

Melissa watched Dean as he walked back into the house. She turned and headed for the door.

"Melissa, where are you going?" asked Jennifer. "The wedding will be starting soon."

"I just need to check on something," she said as she walked out of her room and headed towards Deans room. She watched as he walked into his room pulling on his wet tie and closed the door.

Melissa didn't even knock. She opened the door and closed it behind her. Dean turned about to flip before he saw her. He looked her over in her beautiful wedding gown. He felt something inside him when he saw her. How beautiful, how gorgeous and stunning she looked. He would never confess this but it felt as if she took his breath away.

"What are you doing in here? You're supposed to be getting ready for the wedding." He sat in the chair pulling off his shoes and throwing them over the other side of the room.

Melissa carefully locked the door behind her and walked right in front of him. "You know you didn't have to do that."

Dean shrugged, "Didn't need people drowning at our wedding."

"I just think you didn't want me pissed off or upset," she gave him a smile.

He looked up at her, "You're reading too much into it Melissa. I was-" he was cut off by her lips on his. Dean, for the first time in his life, was completely shocked. Melissa never kissed him willingly. The only time she did was when she was intoxicated the night on his yacht.

He felt her push off his wet jacket having it hit the floor as she straddled his lap still kissing him. Dean still surprised by the way she was acting placed his hands on her sides tracing her curves. She moaned grinding herself against his lap awakening his cock. He pulled her against him.

Their kissing turning heated and passionate. He was careful for once not to rip off her wedding dress. His hands though moved under her dress and over her thighs, pressing his fingertips into her skin. Her own hands at his pants unbuckling his belt and pulling the zipper down. Dean smirked looking down watching her hands before kissing her neck, lightly nipping at it. Melissa moaned quietly feeling Dean push aside her panties. He thrusted up inside her. Melissa arched her back digging her nails into his shoulder moaning out his name. His mouth still on her neck. She grinded down on him as they moved together, getting a little faster with each thrust.

Melissa took Deans face in her hands and kissed him with as much passion as she could muster up running her hands up into his hair curling her fingers into the spikes. She bit gently down on his bottom lips moaning with each thrust he gave.

"Fuck baby," he whispered against her lips.

"Dean, I'm gonna cum," she whimpered. Her mouth opened, her eyes closed, her fingers curling still into his hair meeting his thrust feeling her orgasm approaching closer and closer.

With one final thrust both Dean and Melissa's orgasm burst within them. Dean held onto her back thrusting as he came deep inside her. Melissa's cries of pleasure being drowned out by thunder.

Their bodies slowed and their heats beat quickly. Melissa swallowed opening her eyes, meeting his still surprised ones. She leaned down and kissed him softly before getting off his lap.

"See you out there," and with that she left.

Dean blinked a few times still confused on what just happened. He looked at the clock and quickly changed into a dry tux. He was having mixed feelings and it was confusing the hell out of him.

Forbidden Fruit

Melissa waited at the door for her cue to go after her sister. She looked out the door noticing the sun was out and the tent had been brought down. Everything looked as if the storm never happened. She chewed on her bottom lip as her father held her arm in his.

Jessica walked down the aisle and that's when Melissa's heart began to beat as fast as it could. She was nervous. Mostly because of all those important people out there. What if they didn't approve of the prince marrying an 18 year old? What if they thought she was ugly and not queen material? What if she wasn't good enough for Dean?

Melissa never let this bother her before the wedding. Why was it bothering her now?

Had she really gotten use to Dean? Had she fallen?


"Come on princess," said her father as they walked out the door to the back yard.

Melissa swallowed hard and felt the warm summer sun hitting her skin and looked up when they turned the corner. Dean was standing there and she couldn't take her eyes off him. Everyone else was just a blur around him. And to her it felt like it was just her and Dean.

She never noticed when she was at the front of the alter. She didn't remember taking Dean's hand and her father giving her away. She barely remembered the words the preacher had said. All she remembered was staring into those devil hazel eyes the whole time. Staring into them as they held each other's hands. Listening to, or trying to listen, to what the preacher was saying. But Melissa wasn't hearing anything but the blood rushing through her veins.

She turned her head when she heard her name, "Melissa, do you take Dean to me your lawful married husband? To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, until death do you part?"

Melissa looked at Dean and said, "I do."

She watched his lips turn into a small smirk as the preacher announced them as husband and wife. Dean placed his hands on her face softly and kissed her as gentle as he ever kissed her before and whispered against her lips, "You're mine."

Yes I am back! Woo hoo! It feels great to be back guys. I am real sorry about the hiatus. But this, A Chase Begins with a No and Daddy's Little Soldiers have been updated! Please check them all out! I will be trying to answer all the messages I have as well in my message box!