In an age where extreme Capitalism and the pursuit of the Almighty Buck supersedes all ethics and morality, Brian Kinney purchases the contract of a beautiful, young, Personal Companion that he wants to rescue from the harsh fate life has dictated for him. Variation on the Slave!Justin storyline.
Justin is gone and Brian can't help but think it was all a huge mistake. Just a short little piece about how it might have been post 513.
Brian watches Justin as he works at the diner, quickly determining to get him back. Season 3 canon compliant gap-filler.
Something happens on the way home from Comic Con which causes everyone to rethink their past.
Canon/gap-filler of the car scene where Justin tells Brian he is going home with him much to Michael's chagrin. This oneshot will cover the time he makes the decision, through the rest of the car ride until they reach the loft.
An AU story about what happens with Brian and Justin in between seasons 2 and 3.
References characters mentioned in the Prequels series.
Brian realizes he wants more than a reputation. He meets an artist in New York and finds what he was looking for.
Justin didn't grow up in Pittsburgh but New York, where he meets Brian.
None of the events in cannon that involve Justin happened to him.
Justin has come back into Brian's life after the Ethan fiasco and Christmas is fast approaching. Both men want to show how grateful they are to be back together so they want to buy the perfect gift for one another. This story is inspired by the classic short story "Gift of the Magi". I want to thank Heather for her fine beta work and Eka for the wonderful banner.
My take on Justin's answer to Brian's question at the end of Season 4 and the ensuing consequences.
A terribly kinky Emmett/Justin/Brian thing... Just try it!
Brian's inner thoughts during this gap-filler moment of 3.04 - the much beloved bracelet scene. This delves into Brian finding hope that past mistakes can be set right - and on his terms.
Summary: RPS sequel to Life is a Cabaret. Although this one-shot can be read on its own, you’ll probably enjoy it more if you read ‘Life is a Cabaret’ first. Sequel inspired by Robert Gant’s instagram post of 15 August 2016 and by the Rise ‘n Shine Back to the Roots 2016 convention in Toronto. Gale and Randy are again besieged by adoring fans, but this time even more of their ‘Queer as Folk’ family are watching their backs . . .
It’s true what they say, gay boys have more fun…
A minor take on the movie 'Planes, Trains, & Automobiles'. Brian made Justin and Gus a promise to be home for Christmas.
Second part of Ask and You Shall Get series. Justin learns all about gagging. BDSM themed. Can be read as a stand-alone.
Distance makes it hard to keep their relationship alive. At least until they decide to stop stalling and finally commit to one another…