Brian may not be able to say "I love you" in words, but then again, as they say, actions speak much louder. Now if Justin can just learn to read them . . .
The first anniversary of the Prom.
Timeline: Based pre-307, though I've no idea if that really would coincide with the anniversary of the Prom. Forgive the plotholes.
Post S3 Justin gives himself a birthday present.
An AU story about what happens with Brian and Justin in between seasons 2 and 3.
Let's jump ahead about a year - fast-forward to Fall 2003.
Final installment in the Pre-Season Three series.
The Year is 2010. Justin comes home to Pittsburgh for a special occasion. Justin's POV.
Brian knows that romantic bullshit is for straights and lesbians, and he's sure that Justin agrees with him. Gap-Filler for Episode 2-16.
Brian Kinney only celebrates accomplishments. Written for Moonshadow's Tenth Anniversary "Drunken" Challenge.
Brian wants to give his son a special gift for his fifth birthday so he chooses an up-and-coming artist named Justin Taylor to paint a portrait of Gus. He gets more than he bargained for when he meets the budding young artist. Many thanks to Pat for her beta skills and the fabulous Eka for the perfect banner. I love you girls so much.
Justin Turns Eighteen Part 1 of 2. Gap-filler for Episode 14.
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.
Five years post-513 and Brian is facing a milestone with Justin's help.
How to go through a break up and start to enjoy your life again. Roadmap to overcoming a depression. Postcanon on behalf of Ted.
This work is a translation of The Little Boy Lost by esterion from Russian into English (https://ficbook.net/readfic/4120727).
The translation was beta edited by jerseybelle, Britin4ever71
High school senior Justin Taylor has two passions in life: literature and Brian Kinney. Unfortunately for Justin, Mr. Kinney happens to be his English teacher at St. James Academy, making their relationship even more forbidden than Romeo and Juliet’s. After signing up as stage manager for the school’s holiday play, which Mr. Kinney is directing, Justin learns that his teacher’s life is more tragic than anything Shakespeare ever wrote.
Justin agreed to be Brian’s new art director for his soon-to-open New York advertising office. What about letting Brian be his Prince Charming?
**This story continues six months after “Sexy Boy” ended, which should be read first before beginning this one.**