Justin's life is spent alone, only being sought out for his mind, and Brian for his body. Only Justin sees past the party boy to the man Brian really is. Justin can’t relate to people or why they do things and lives a solitary life because of it. He watches Brian, only because Brian quiets the mind he can't shut off. Brian watches Justin, not understanding why he needs to know more about Justin.
A Sequel to All In
Brian and Justin are still basking in the afterglow of the win from the Tawdry Tournament. But not everyone is happy about it...
***Special THANKS to Lorie, my SANITY keeper***
***This ROCKING Banner and the one inside are courtesy of Ms. Anja Witt***
Brian is missing Justin far too much after sending him away to NYC. He decides to sit down and put his thoughts on paper and then sends the letter to his lover in order to make clear how he is feeling. Justin responds with a letter of his own that makes just as clear how he feels about Brian's letter.
The idea for this story came to me when I was watching the scene where Brian was emphasizing his 'no apologies, no regrets' theory of life. Mind you, I realize it is stretching the imagination a little in this day and age for anyone to write a letter longhand and send it through the postal service when we have the internet and cells, but I hope you will suspend disbelief in this case.
Several months after Brian and Justin part ways, a private airing of their dirty laundry results in a night of passion that neither one can forget or stop. But what happens when Brian is tired of playing second 'fiddle' to the fiddler? And how the hell do they keep the Gurus of Gossip aka the 'family' from finding out about their affair?
Based on the plot bunny from TAG!
It's Justin's turn for some examination.
Story #43 of the Sunshine Files
This story is a gap filler for the end of Episode 12 of Season 5 to the beginning of Episode 13. Justin has accepted Brian's proposal and Brian wants to show his appreciation by treating his fiance' to a Valentine's Day he will never forget. Many thanks to Eka for the lovely banner and Pat for her great help as my beta. Comments are always welcome.
Justin gets the best Valentine's Day surprise ever.
Sometimes love comes into your life when you least expect it.
Janet Jacksons songs helps our boys to get together...
The election for Mayor is over and Stockwwell has lost. Liberty Avenue is celebrating, but will Stockwell tuck his tail and slink off into the night, or does the man have something else on his mind? I want to thank Becky for beta help and Eka for the perfect banner to match the story.
This is a beautifully written story set in 1944, featuring Brian and Justin as gay soldiers in WWII serving in occupied France. One of my favorite stories from this amazing author - Lorie
It is the Winter of 1944 in occupied France. The allies have landed and slowly, so slowly, made their attempt to push to the borders of Germany. Sergeant Brian Kinney is too busy trying to keep his men alive and do his duty to worry about anything else, much less a personal life. Everything changes one day when one of his men, recently killed in an ambush, is replaced with a raw new recruit, Private Justin Taylor. The kid looks like he's barely out of High School and totally wet behind the ears. The Sarge is not happy, especially when without warning Sergeant Kinney finds himself fighting a different kind of war than the one on the battlefield.
I am dedicating this story to my late father who served bravely and honorably in WWII and the Vietnam War. I am also dedicating this story to all the GLBT men and women who also served with honor, but in silence throughout history. Many thanks go to the amazing Eka for her brilliant banner and to my friend Pat for her beta skills.
Many friends and family examine the enigma that is Brian Kinney.
Story #42 in the Sunshine Files
SUMMARY: It's hard coming to grips with the loss of someone you love. It's harder still when you feel a weight of guilt for their death. And sometimes it's just the bigger picture you're afraid of facing.
This is a what if version of that period of time at the end of Season 3 and beginning of Season 4 when Justin has gone to Hollywood to help in the making of the movie, "Rage" . What if Brian couldn't take the separation from his lover any longer, especially with a New Year about to start? What would Brian do about it? I owe a great debt of gratitude to my friend, Judy for her beta help and my Granddaughter, Marika for the banner. Hugs, Grammy
Just a little short one-shot. Older couple Justin and Brian take their granddaughter to the movies.
Justin has sent Brian a present. He is NOT impressed.
It's a different twist on how B/J met and the differences that follow. It's interesting how just one little change impacts the rest... -samcdee
On that fateful night when Justin stood under the lamppost and Brian took him home, what would have happened to them if events had not unfolded the way they did on the show?
Follow-up to "The Very Last Thing". Read that one first or this will make no sense. Both are very short. Do not be afraid of this because of the MCD tag. I promise it won't hurt. Much.
Daphne talks with Brian, finally seeing things from his perspective…
Brian and Justin are trying to help me out with a bit of a problem - in their own unique way.
Brian hoped there was just one more miracle left.
He knew Brian would never give him picnics in the park or bouquets of flowers or heartfelt professions of love. Until the day Brian did all that. Well... kind of.
Brian takes the family he made to New York to save them from the family they once believed in. Justin lives in New York and meets Brian in the park.
This was plot bunny from DramaQueen who wanted to see if I could help bring it to life
Lorie as always you are the greatest beta I could have ever asked for.
Brian misses his Sunshine. Written for the 'Something to Think About' Challenge