Justin arrives at Brian's office out of the blue.
SUMMARY: Not a damned thing turned out the way they expected. But it was a great life.
Now that Brian has a way to contact Justin, he'll do whatever it takes to win his Sunshine back.
But what happens when our favorite teenager tries to move on from the stud of Liberty Avenue?
Will Brian be able to win him over in time?
Or lose him forever?
Sequel to "My Night with a Merman" Brian has returned to Pittsburgh thinking he's crazy for believing he spent a night on the beaches of California with a merman. Little does he know, Justin, a blond merman is not far behind him following the man that has captured his affections.
Brian and Justin return from the honeymoon. Justin is acting normal much to Brian's horror.
Lorie thanks for the Titles and being my beta
Brian makes a move to New York.
Story #19 of the Sunshine Files
The final installment, NAIL&D. Sequel to WAGGD? and WATTT?
The boys just can't decide what kind of napkins they want.
Everyone has advice for Justin about choosing a college,but he must make his own decision. Gap-Filler for Episode 18.
"Life is wonderful if you are not afraid of it.” ~Charles Chaplin
Some Months after Episode 513…
This story is my simple tribute to the anniversary of Randy Harrison’s birthday, and mine, too, which happen to be on the same day.
A thank you once again to my dear friend and beta, Predec2, for working on this story, and for the affection, support and encouragement she has given me during difficult times. Thank you, my dear friend.
Brian is sexually assaulted. This is the story of the aftermath.
Justin moves to New York. He runs into an old acquaintance of Brian's, who is going to play a big role in their relationship, testing its strength. It's one of the most emotional stories I've written so far.
He smiles at me when he sees me at the baggage claim, says nothing before he kisses me; he’s still kissing me when the obnoxious sirens start clanging and the suitcases start tumbling onto the belt. He can kiss me and watch for his luggage at the same time. He knows how to multi-task.
“Have you ever sucked cock, Justin?” Brian purrs against his ear.
Brian suddenly becomes a father to Gus when Lindsay and Melanie die in a car accident. Because Brian was not there to meet him, Justin goes home, but later, in different circumstances he is bashed by Chris Hobbes. This is their story prior to their 'official' meeting which happens in the sequel.
Brian is late getting home from the office, but Justin doesn't hold it against him.
After years of struggling to make their relationship work, they question if the distance is just too great, or are they finally to ready commit to one another.
When Michael falls deathly ill, Ben has never been more afraid in his life. No, scratch that. When Michael falls deathly ill and disappears out of thin air minutes before the ambulance arrives, Ben has never been more afraid in his life. All he wants to do is find his husband, alive and well, and to feel like he's not going crazy. He'd also love it if this duck would stop stalking him and breaking into his house. It's the last thing he needs right now.
Gapfiller for 4-11 Brian's conversation with Lindsay after she slept with Sam
In episode 2.12, Michael became jealous when he found out that Brian and Ben had previously hooked up at the White Party two years before. Brian offered Michael the chance to do what Michael had dreamed of for nearly seventeen years: have sex with the Great God Kinney. What if Michael had taken him up on his offer?
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.**