When Brian hears over the radio that Babylon was subjected to a bombing, all he can concentrate on is racing to his club to make sure the people he loves are alive and safe. He doesn't expect to be irreversibly injured himself. As Brian faces a slow recovery and a permanent disability, he must learn to accept the support of his friends and the love of his partner.
Brian Kinney is a playwright that has become accomplished in his chosen profession. When an elderly man places a stopwatch in his hand, along with an impassioned entreaty, Brian's life is forever altered. What begins as a curious look into the past, turns into an obsessive journey to connect his life to the man that quickly begins to capture his every thought. Can these two find each other across the barriers of time?
After a lifetime of crime and only each other could former foster kids Justin and Daphne change their ways? But most importantly do they even want to? Could they leave their fast and furious lives for the simple and domestic, when they're both borderline psychopaths? And what does billionaire Brian A. Kinney have to do with all of this?
A series of drabbles about coming of age, and dealing with real life issues…
Brian in his despair as he sits in the hospital corridor following Justin's bashing.
How much life can change in Ten Minutes, Ten Hours, Ten Days, and Ten Years… Story Sub-plot: Countdown to the Best Christmas Ever…
Seasons 1& 2 Hybrid with emphasis on the bashing and the recovery from it as I think it could have/ should have happened.
Initial Plot Bunny from Deb Tanner: What if Michael had tried to stop Brian from going into the prom and had witnessed the attack?
Present day, post-episode 5.13.
Justin has returned to Pittsburgh to build a life and future with Brian. When Daphne asks Justin for a favor, he agrees without realizing the effect it will later have on him, Brian, and their entire family’s lives.
Very sad. Death fic. Story about if Michael made a different choice in season 2.
After surviving years in a long-distance relationship, they finally marry only to be separated again. Just as they’re finally about to be reunited their relationship is tested once more. But they’re always stronger together, determined to make things work.
Brian’s thoughts inter-dispersed with the lyrics of ‘It’s not Good Bye’.
The bombing at Babylon left Brian devastated, feeling a profound sense of loss and a deep retrospect on his life…
After a series of accidents Brian finds himself hospitalized, with memory problems…
It’s all gone in just moments; your life changes and there’s no going back. You’re no longer the person you thought you were; and you have no idea who you’ll become.
This is Brian's journey roughly two years after the end of the series. He and Justin have been living in New York City where he has just opened a new branch for Kinnetik. He knows he is going to have to make some major changes in is life and deal with a past that has haunted and shaped the man he knows he is. He is finally ready to face his demons and become the man he wants to be.
This story has many of the old gang we love and lots of new characters too.
Please be warned: There are scenes of violence, drama, angst, mental illness, drug use, non-consent, rape, Brian and Justin with other characters, addiction, discussion of Brian and Lindsay's past, Brian and Cynthia's past, hetero sex, Brian in a brief sexual interlude with a woman for non sexual reasons.
If any of this is a trigger for you, please don't read. If you like your QAF to be strictly canon, this is not for you.
Through the suffering and loss of his best friend, Brian finally grows and changes…
My name is Brian Kinney. I am 6 years old and in the 1st grade.
Brian goes missing during a sea cruise…
Some loves are meant to always find each other, even if it’s only in the dark…