Breaking All The Rules...Chapter 1
Hey Guys! I'm Roxy! I'm new to the Supernatural fandom and this is actually my first Destiel Fanfiction. So, please be nice! I don't use beta and the mistakes on here are my own. My first language is not English, but I am getting better at it, so you might see it reflect in my stories. I do not own the characters, I just love to read and write about them! Reviews and comments are always welcome! I hope you all enjoy this story! - Roxy
"Great! Another day!", I said to myself as I turned over and hit the snooze button on my alarm clock. I closed my eyes briefly and drifted off for a few more minutes before finally getting up, showering, and getting dressed. This was just another typical day in the boring life of Castiel Novak, but boy was I wrong!
Little that I knew when I woke up this morning that today of all days was going to be the day my life would change forever...
Rule number one: Never talk to strangers.
"You ready Cassie!", Gabriel called out just as I waked into the kitchen.
"I told you to stop calling me Cassie. Just because I'm gay, doesn't mean you have to refer to me as a girl, and yes. I'm ready", I said to my brother as I picked up my back pack and headed out towards the front door.
"Took you long enough, Cassie!", Gabriel pointed out as he followed right behind me, "I was beginning to think that you we're actually trying to make yourself look normal. Guess I was wrong!"
"What in the hell is that suppose to mean? I look normal!", I hissed, looking down at my outfit and half smiled. Okay, I'll admit that I might look a little out of character for a teenager, but it's just who I am. Why should I change something that's clearly working for me?
"Wow! Someone is grouchy this morning!", Gabriel laughed and continued,"Look, I'm sorry. We've been here for over two months and you still don't have any friends, Cassie. Oh, and by the way Cassie, normal is when you look like a teenager and not like a 30-year-old man who has a stick caught up his ass!", Gabriel smirked and got in the car, "You should try it sometime."
Alright, I'll be honest. I wasn't the usual teenager you would normally see at Lawrence High. Wearing torn up jeans and old faded t-shirts was clearly not my style of clothing. I wasn't about to lower myself down to peer pressure and pay tones for clothing that looked old, used and dirty. I would never be caught dead wearing something so disgraceful. There is nothing wrong with wearing a suit and tie to school. It's clean, classy and most it looked professional. Right?
"I don't need any friends and I do not have a stick caught up my ass!", I said to myself and got in the car, "I'm dressed perfectly fine!"
"Whatever you say, man. Just saying."
"Just shut up and drive so we're not late again for class this morning", I said to Gabriel so he would lay off the subject.
"Alright, Castiella. Off we go..."
"Do not call me Castiella..."
Fifteen minutes later, we finally reached our destination. Lawrence High.
Lawrence High was a perfect example of why I couldn't wait to get the hell out of this town. People here were rude, obnoxious, and self-centered. Something that I clearly wasn't, well...so I thought...
"Great! New students!", Gabriel mentioned as we got out of the car and noticed two teenage boys walking into the school followed by an older looking man who seemed the be the father, "I think I'm in love!", Gabriel said and pointed out to the tall looking boy, "Think I'm gonna need to make a new friend today! Maybe you should too, Cassie!"
"You're such a whore, Gabe", I said to Gabriel as we walked together towards the entrance, "I do not wish to make a "new friend" as per say."
"Everyone needs a friends, Cassie. Even stuck up, arrogant little brothers like you!"
"I don't need any friends. I'm happy with being alone", I lied. Why you might ask? Because it's a lot easier than admitting that I'm lonely.
"If you say so, but I think someone wishes differently", Gabriel said and smiled, pointing out to the older of the two boys who was staring right at me and parted ways, "See you later Cassie!"
Being stared at was something I was use to. To be honest, almost everyone stared at me from the moment I arrived in Lawrence. Gabriel always said it was because I wasn't making an effort to "Fit in" as they say. Maybe in a way he was right. I didn't really make any effort in fit in with the other students. But why would I even consider it? It's not like I'm gonna be staying here longer anyways? But today, there was something about those eyes that were looking in my direction that felt rather differently. It felt strange, and to be honest, it felt kinda creepy. I simply brushed it a side and headed towards my first class trying not to pay attention to the wandering eyes that was following my every move.
"Hi...", I heard a low, husky voice say as I walked by the two new students that were waiting near the principal's office.
Immediately, I froze when I realized that the simple gesture of hello was directed at me and slowly turned over and found the most beautiful pair of emerald-green eyes looking straight at me.
"I'm Dean. Dean Winchester."
The man with the gorgeous eyes has a name. Dean Winchester, the most beautiful young man I've ever seen in my entire life wearing a pair of torn up faded jeans. Did I forget to mention that they were very tight? What am I thinking? And he's talking to me of all people, me! Think fast! What should I do? Should I say something back? Oh, God! He's staring at me again! Those eyes...Oh God!
I swallowed hard and tried to speak, but nothing came out at first. I just stood there with my mouth half-opened trying to figure out why this guy was even talking to me. No one talks to me. I'm weird! Just ask Gabriel and he'll tell you.
"And you are?", the voice asked again.
"I...I'm...Cas...", I finally managed to say before I turned around and left in the other direction, "I'm sorry, Bye..."
"Hey, wait a second. Did I say something wrong?", the green eyes asked as he followed right behind me. Dean as he called himself. What kinda name is Dean anyways?
"No, I just...I have to go" , I said as I tried to walk faster and get away from him.
"Come on, man. I was just trying to be nice. I'm new here and I don't have any friends. I just thought..."
"Well, you thought wrong", I said as I cut him off, "I do not wish to talk to strangers."
"Seriously? Dude, I just wanted to talk to you", he explained as trailed behind, "Why won't you talk to me?", he asked as I came to a complete stop and turned towards him.
"Look, you seem like a very nice young man and all, but I do not wish talk to people that I do not know."
"Hun?", he whimpered out and looked confused.
"Nevermind. It's best if you just leave it. You will thank me for it later."
"Dude, you're seriously weird, and you talk funny."
"So, I've been told", I whispered softly to myself and noticed he was still walking next to me, "Why are you still following me?"
"Because I just wanna talk to you. Come on, Just talk to me, please?", he pleaded with me and grabbed my arms so I would stop in the middle of the hall way.
"I rather not engage into a conversation with a person who finds that insulting the way I speak amusing."
"I'm sorry, I didn't mean it like that. You just talk with proper words that's all. I'm just not use to it."
"More of a reason for me not to converse with you."
"I said I was sorry. I didn't mean to offend you or anything, please..."
"I do not have time for this..."
"Then we'll make time!", he said as he grabbed a hold of the fire alarm and pulled it down causing it to go off.
"Are you insane?", I asked him and started to panic, "We're gonna get in trouble for this."
"Then, I guess we better get out of here if we don't wanna get caught", he said and grabbed my hand and pulled me out towards the exit, "Come on..."
"Where are you taking me?", I asked as I followed him out the door.
That was the day I met Dean Winchester and broke rule number one, "I think this is a bad idea..."
To Be Continued...OXO