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Brian Kinney had a terrible childhood and a difficult, lonely life as an adult. Before the age of thirty he's already become so jaded that he doesn't believe in love or even in true happiness. After years of dealing with a dysfunctional family and an uncaring world, it seems like he's just about ready to give up completely. But, the guardian spirit that's been watching over him since Brian was a baby decides to save him, teaching him that true love does exist and that it can even transcend the laws of space and time.
***Thanks for the beautiful Banner to the Incomparable Marny!***
Another work fic but not really the most cliché one.
Brian pushes Justin to make a choice. Gap filler 2.20.
Happy 6 month Birthday, Kinnetik Dreams! To celebrate we're giving away a great QAF T-Shirt. Check out the rules in Chapter 1.
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Set sometime in Season 4, but it's not a gapfiller. (Justin has to babysit and brings his charge to Brian's loft. Is Brian willing to put aside his annoyance so that Justin doesn't have to leave?)
Some loves are meant to always find each other, even if it’s only in the dark…
Right before its time for advertising executive Brian Kinney to create the campaign for fashion designer Monsieur Honeycutt’s spring collection, Marty Ryder decides to retire. After the company is bought by Gardner Vance, Brian finds that he is no longer top dog and must now contend with Brandon Greene, one of Vance’s partners. As Brian fights for supremacy against Brandon at work and at play, Brian also becomes interested in the new director of the art department, Justin Taylor.