It's been a year, a year full of pain and sorrow. A year in which nothing meant anything for Brian. After losing Justin at the bombing in Babylon everything was white and black.
However... what will happen if one day suddenly everything changed? What if he had never really met Justin? Then why does he remember everything they had gone through while the rest of the gang doesn't even know who Justin is?
I still can't believe this is my life. Two days ago I was the stud of Liberty Avenue and a successful adman, today... today I am a father. I still recall the words he whispered in my ear that night, as we all sat in Lindsay's hospital room: "You deserve to be loved Brian. Don't let anyone make you think you can't, don't let them win. Show them they are wrong"
I've dedicated all my life to show Saint Joan, Jack and every homophobe out there that underestimating me was a mistake. I became a successful businessman, being the head of the advertising department in Ryder's Advertising. I had the money, the looks, the gang and everyone wanted me... but I was still hallow.
I've proved them all wrong in everything, but one thing. I ended up believing their words, that I was unwanted, that no one will ever love me, that I was not desired, that I should have been aborted.
However, all that changed two days ago. When, I met a fallen angel under a streetlight, no matter how lesbian I sounded, to me that was true. Looking so innocent and pure, he was just asking for me to pick him up. I don't normally go for blonds, but I wanted to be in that world- that world of light- at least for a night.
The third and last part of my series "Please don't take my Sunshine away"
Will Brian and Justin's relationship survive going through cancer? What will Justin do when he discovers a few secrets Brian kept from him? Will he forgive him? Or will it be the end of our favorite couple?
What if Brian and Justin hadn't moved so fast after the bombing? What if they had talked things over and began a more open relationship? Would Lindsay have had the same success in making them part ways? Or would they have stayed together?
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?
Justin comes back from Vermont and finds Brian fucking a trick on 'their' bed, a punishment from the older man- who was hurt when he came to an empty loft, when he wanted to celebrate his partnership with the one he cared the most.
But Justin didn't see that, hasn't been able to read Brian since the bashing. He only sees a man that doesn't care enough about him and decides to leave him.
Will Brian be able to get his head out of his ass to win Justin back? Or will it be too late?
No fiddler, in this story Justin never cheated.