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Summary: Sam meets Dawn Winchester in college. Oneshot SW/DS

Categories Author Rating Chapters Words Recs Reviews Hits Published Updated Complete
Supernatural > Dawn-Centered > Pairing: Sam WinchesterSacrowhunterFR131957021,0475 Jul 125 Jul 12Yes
College Life

Disclaimer: BTVS is not mine and neither is Supernatural.

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Sam looked up from his test to see that same brunette from his other class glancing over at him. She had big baby blue eyes that were always smiling at him, even if she wasn’t. Her hair was a light brown that fell messily down her shoulders in the front and back.

Sam turned his exam in and walked out of his class and headed to get something to eat before his next class in an hour.

The small coffee shop, Sam’s favorite place for coffee and also the place he spends long nights working on procrastinated assignments. Sam walked in to the coffee shop and ordered his regular and a pretzel. He was glad he kept some of the money him and Dean earned from hustling people.

He took his first sip of his coffee when he saw the blue eyed brunette ordering coffee at the counter. He watched her as she smiled at the man behind the counter and grabbed her coffee.

A smile spread across her face when she saw Sam sitting alone with coffee and a pretzel. She walked next to Sam’s table.

“Is this seat taken?” She asked giving another beautiful smile.

Sam smiled, “No go ahead.”

“Thanks, have we met before?” She asked taking a sip of her coffee.

“I don’t think so -- I’m Sam, Winchester.”

“It’s nice to meet you Sam. I’m Dawn Summers.” Dawn said flashing him her smile.

“Wait I know, we have Latin together.” Sam said.

“Oh yeah that’s where I’ve seen you.” Dawn said. “How do you think you did on that test today?”

“Alright I guess.” Sam said, “I didn’t study as much as I should’ve.”

Dawn smiled again. “You seemed to know what you were doing.”

Sam couldn’t help but smile. His first two years of college had been pretty lonely without his brother and dad but he was happy to be on his own finally. “Yeah…right. How’d you do on it?”

She took another sip of her coffee and then put her hands across her chest. “Well, not to toot my own horn but I think I aced it.” She said, “Languages have always sort of been my thing – I was the brainy one in my old group.”

“That’s funny. I’m pretty good at languages too.” Sam said.

She laughed. “It looks like we’re a match made in heaven.” She gave him a flirty smile. “Oh, I have a class in a few. We’ll have to do this again sometime Winchester.” She said as she got up from her seat.

“Yeah, you bet Ms. Summers.”

Dawn grabbed Sam’s hand, pulled out a pen and quickly began writing down her number. “Don’t be afraid to call if you ever want to do this again.” She smiled as she walked out of the coffee shop.

Sam looked down at his hand and read the number over before pulling out his cell phone and saved the contact. Yeah, he just got a girl’s number. Dawn Summers was cute and would have gotten double thumbs up from Dean.

Sam finished his pretzel and left the coffee shop for his next class.


Sam knelt down to pick up the key he just dropped to open his apartment door. Just as he opened the door he heard a scream. He ran inside and grabbed one of his guns and a silver knife and followed the scream.

He looked out into the darkness of the night and tried to listen to any movement. The scream came again and he took off in the direction of a campus store. He pulled out his gun and knife and crept around the corner of the building pointing the gun forward.

Sam stared as a girl punched a guy in the face and sent him flying back, there was another girl crouched against the wall with tears rolling down her face. Sam jumped in to help the girl as two other guys came from behind.

Sam punched out a guy then dodged a swing from the other guy and threw him against the wall. When he turned around to look at them their faces had changed. These must be vampires he thought. He pulled out his knife and hacked off one of their heads and it turned to dust. The guy behind him threw Sam against the wall knocking the knife out of his hands.

He looked up just in time to see him turn to dust and a girl reached her hand out to help him up. He accepted it just as the last vampire came down on them both. The girl grabbed him and threw him against the wall as Sam sent the knife through his neck.

Sam looked over at the woman that helped him and saw the beautiful blue eyes again staring back at him in disbelief. He didn’t know what to say, what could he say?

“Do you normally fight vampires?” Dawn asked as she slumped back against the building.

Sam’s look became a confused one. “Nope, that was a first for me.”

“You were a vamp virgin?” Dawn said with a laugh.

Sam laughed along. “Yeah, I guess so. Uh, what about you – do this often?”

“I used to before I came to Stanford. It was kind of a family hobby.”

Right, he happened to find the only other person in the entire school who also fought monsters for a living. Getting away from the hunter life was becoming increasingly more difficult. He knew if Dean was there he would laugh his ass off just for the irony of everything.

“So… what do we do now?” Dawn asked.

Sam gave a halfhearted smile along with a laugh. “Would you like to get coffee with me tomorrow?”

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