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Justin's desperate for a bit of freedom, but it all hinges on an important test. On the other side of town, Brian's having a bad day, which leads him to the same place as Justin. What happens when they encounter each other?
What if the sighting under the lamppost wasn't actually the first sighting? ;)
Everyone has been placed in charge of their own lives. As Brian and Justin begin to design theirs, Michael and Lindsay are having to deal with what they wanted... just not the way they wanted it.
Again, a special THANK YOU goes out to Lorie, who I find an AMAZING person to know. I seriously couldn't do what I do without you. Love you!
What happens when Brian is summoned for jury duty, only to find out, it’s in regard to a kid he slept with nine months prior?
This story is on an indefinite hiatus.
Michael returns from Portland as a man on a mission. How is he going to respond when he finds out just how much things have changed? And will he finally figure out that it’s time to design his own life, instead of trying to plan Brian’s?
It’s decision time… and not only for Michael.
Again, a MAJOR shoutout goes to Lorie, who is helping me to endure the Committee of Whine and Coo at constant war in my head. And also to Cathy Sunderland (BritinManor) and Deb Tanner for the bunnies that is inspiring the continuation of this series. All of you ladies are AAAAaaa-MAZING!
HAPPY READING, Y'ALL!
How will Mercury being in retrograde affect everyone? And what happens when secret plans are revealed?
**Part of a series of the same name, being done through a series of one-shots, short stories and novelettes.**
As always, Lorie, thanks for being my sanity.
HAPPY READING EVERYONE!
Ever wish you could be in two places at once? So did Brian Kinney. What with the demands from his new boss, the 'needs' of his "family" and his desire to spend time in his Sunshine, in the snowy vistas of Vermont, the Stud was about to lose it. Enter Doc Alex with an intriguing proposistion.
But there is a reason the age old adage 'be careful what you wish for' is so cliched.
What would have been different if someone had gotten their wish?
Based on a bunny from Deb Tanner - the giver of story ideas.
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.
It's a different twist on how B/J met and the differences that follow. It's interesting how just one little change impacts the rest... -samcdee
On that fateful night when Justin stood under the lamppost and Brian took him home, what would have happened to them if events had not unfolded the way they did on the show?
Justin is tired of his and Brian's "relationship." It seems Brian is merely experimenting with the concept of love - and that he, Justin, has been unwillingly cast in the role of a canary in a coal mine to test Brian's ability to be part of a couple. Meanwhile, Brian is struggling with the realization that buying Justin stuff like flowers and taking him on a trip to Vermont doesn't mean he's selling-out to the straight world. Will Brian figure it all out before Justin slips through his fingers? Canon compliant. The story is complete and has six chapters.
Brian goes to Chicago, Justin goes to Vermont. Gap-Filler for Episode 2-17
A weekend with Justin presents some challenges for Brian.
Three part story.
Justin Turns Eighteen Part 1 of 2. Gap-filler for Episode 14.