He shook his head slightly “Because i’m an Angel of course.” Oh yes, the very best Angel aren’t you. You haven’t fucked up a ton of lives He glanced around again, his eyes becoming worried. He looked to Annie again “What did you just say to me?” She didn’t say anything, Oh wait. She did call you a lousy Angel. “Why?” he was looking at Annie but asking the voice Haven’t we gone over this by now? Everyone just wants to hurt poor little Castiel. He dropped his head for a moment before looking back to her “Not anymore.”
“I asked how you knew my last name,” Annie repeated, “because I didn’t tell you my last…” She watched as Castiel’s demeanor changed into something much, much more dark. He was an angel, this shouldn’t happen to angels. “I’m sorry I called you a lousy angel,” she apologized, taking a few steps back, “I really am. I should be heading home right now.”
His eyes widened slightly and he closer to her, His head tilting just a little too far to the right “What.” He stared down at her evenly “My charge is none of your business. He’s special. And how am i supposed to trust you, Annie Edison, with that vital information.”
As he stepped closer to her, she stood her ground and stared right back up at him. “You don’t have to tell me who your charge is. I’m just wondering why you’re here instead of making sure nothing happens to him. I also never told you my last name. How do you know my last name?”
His whole disposition suddenly changed, His eyes narrowing suspiciously. “Why.” He demanded, his voice low and secretive.
She crossed her arms, “Because if it’s not me, then what are you doing here? You should be with your charge right? Not talking to me. Also, it makes you a pretty lousy Angel.”
He watched her and nodded “I know i am.” He said his face straight, that he was actually serious, he wasn’t being a smart ass. “I’m a guardian. My duties are to guard and guide my charge”
She was getting the feeling that some things flew over his head a bit, but maybe that was common for an angel. “Who is your charge?”
He studied her confused “Ah.”
“I have duties on earth.” He explained with a raised eyebrow. “I could prove it to you.”
He gestured for her to take a step back,
She took a step back, gasping when she saw two huge wings appear from behind him. “O…okay,” Annie stammered, “you’re…definitely an angel.” When the shock finally wore off, she decided ask the big question.
“You have duties here? What are they?”
He nodded “An Angel. Of the lord?” He said in a tone as if she didn’t understand what Angels were. “My name is Castiel.” He paused, blue eyes watching her “You don’t believe i’m an Angel do you?”
“I know what an angel is,” She caught onto his tone. Castiel, she thought, same name as the guy I met two weeks ago, but it’s not him.
“I do believe in angels, Castiel, I just don’t believe they would be walking around on the street like a normal person.”
His eyebrows crinkled together “Ah.” He murmured, though he didn’t look like he understood. He nodded “I’m an Angel.” He said straight faced, hands coming up to fix his coat.
Annie awkwardly put her hand back to her side, furrowing her brows in confusion. “An angel? Does this angel have a name?” If he was an angel, she was the lochness monster.
He sighed and glanced away “No, your mistaken then.” He glanced back to her tilting her head. “What’s that?” He asked of the random location, He shook his head confused ”I’ve never been to any Beach City.”
Annie shook her head, “Beach City is part of the restaurant name, but nevermind. You’re not him.” She put out her hand, “I’m Annie and is there any chance of you telling me how you just suddenly appeared behind me?”
He shook his head ”No, i would remember.” Something seemed to dawn on him “unless..” and he stepped closer, his eyes intrigued ”How long ago?” He asked blue eyes wide as if a child had just discovered christmas.
“Two weeks ago,” She recalled, “do you work at a place called Beach City Grill?” His name was on the tip of her tongue, but she just couldn’t remember if that was his name or not.
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Suddenly appears behind her “Hello.”
She jumped back a few feet as she turned, getting into a fighting stance she remembered from her karate class. “You should not do that to people,” she relaxed slightly, still on guard.
“Wait, you look familiar,” she said looking at him. “I think I’ve met you before.”