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A Not So Friendly Meeting

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Summary: When John sees Lindsey talking to Sam, he decides to do something about it.

Categories Author Rating Chapters Words Recs Reviews Hits Published Updated Complete
Supernatural > Lindsey-CenteredIceBlueRoseFR1313510296310 Oct 0710 Oct 07Yes
Disclaimer: I don't own anything associated with Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Supernatural. They belong to Joss Whedon and Eric Kripke.
Note: My first time writing Lindsey, so here's hoping, right? And I swear, eventually I'm going to be writing a FFA pairing with a character from a fandom other than Supernatural. Anyway, enjoy and feedback is always welcome!


John stared at the man sitting in front of him with narrowed eyes. He’d seen him talking to Sam yesterday when he’d driven in to check on him. The sight of his youngest sitting and having a drink with Lindsey McDonald had brought about John’s decision to stay in town a little longer.

He knew exactly who the man worked for and damned if they were getting their hands on Sam.

“What can I help you with, Mr. Winchester?”

Cocky bastard. “I think you already know why you’re here.”

Lindsey smiled. “If you’re here to ask that we represent you, I’m afraid we’d have to decline.” He inclined his head just the slightest bit. “Conflict of interest.”

The meaning of that hit him like a ton of bricks and he fought not to do anything that would draw attention to him.

Strangling McDonald would definitely draw attention to him.

“You represent that son of a bitch?”

“I can’t answer that.”

John took a deep breath, reminding himself for a second time that he couldn’t lose control. He leaned forward. “Stay away from my son.” When Lindsey didn’t respond, only continued to stare at him with a small smile on his face, he fought not to scowl. “Don’t give me that damn smile. You stay away from Sam or I swear you’ll regret it.”

Lindsey’s smile widened until it turned into a laugh. “Don’t make threats you can’t keep, Mr. Winchester. As for Sam, you have no say in whether or not we offer him a job nor do you have any influence on his decision as he’s legally an adult.” He smirked. “You should be proud of your son, Mr. Winchester. He’s one of the top in his class. We think he’ll be a wonderful addition to the firm.”

Smirk firmly in place, Lindsey took one last sip of water and walked away.

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