As Justin makes his way through the crowd in Herald Square, he sees a man who is almost a stranger to him now. *Officially up to date*
When Brian hears over the radio that Babylon was subjected to a bombing, all he can concentrate on is racing to his club to make sure the people he loves are alive and safe. He doesn't expect to be irreversibly injured himself. As Brian faces a slow recovery and a permanent disability, he must learn to accept the support of his friends and the love of his partner.
Molly Taylor doesn't expect to fall into bed with Hunter Novotny-Bruckner, but when it does happen, she expects it to be a one time thing. With 2,500 miles between them and completely separate lives, the odds are stacked against them. Yet here they are, still talking and trying to make this work. They should have tied this up on New Year's Eve, at the absolute latest, even though it makes Molly's chest hurt to even think that. It would have been better for both of them. They could have avoided all of this pining.
The name 'Nathan Ash' was only one piece of the puzzle that made up his life.
Sometimes Hunter felt like he was dead, sent to some version of Hell for stealing, for tricking, for ditching school, or for just being born. But his heart beating in his chest, sometimes at a slow and steady beat, sometimes at a rapid and panicked pace...It was that alone that made him realize he wasn't in Hell after all. This city, as shitty as it was to him, was his reality.
These are one-shots, deleted scenes, and drabbles from stories in the Intersect Universe.
Emmett Honeycutt never thought having kids was in the cards for him. So when Drew brings it up, genuinely and honestly, his response isn't an immediate yes or no.
A post-canon but pre-Intersect tale on how Emmett and Drew come to terms with their worries and concerns in order to start a family.
There's a new king of Babylon and, honey, he's not getting overthrown any time soon!
In the wake of not having a date for Valentine's Day, Emmett and Brian have a movie night at the loft. Set one year after season 5.
Brian realizes that Justin doesn't have enough room for him in his new life in L.A. He just needs to figure out how to accept that.
My name is Brian Kinney. I am 6 years old and in the 1st grade.
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.
Justin notices a change in Brian's morning routine. Set in early season 2. Semi AU.
Brian hates his glasses. They're the one thing that reminds him he's 55 years old and not getting any younger.