Justin will remember his 18th birthday for a very long time - Brian made sure of it. Food play and smut, strawberries and whipped cream. No angst, only hotness.
To catch your attention, a little quote: Every time I thought I couldn't take it any longer, he would stop for a second or two to give me time to catch my breath and compose myself. And then he would come back to exploring every inch of my skin with his skilled mouth and tongue, leaving traces of a burning fire on my body, then cooling them down by blowing slightly on my wet skin, then setting me on fire again. It must have lasted an eternity.
A QAF take on the traditional office holiday party . . . And you all know how those parties end up, right?
Written for the QAF Gift Exchange 2021
Summary: Brian watches Justin working at the diner, in his mind working out how to get him back. A short drabble that takes place after the Rage Party. Gap-filler.
Summary: Brian watches Justin sleeping, wondering how he let Justin embed himself so deeply into his heart. A drabble from Season 2. Gap-filler.
The year is 2014. Just before gay marriages are voted as legal in the State of Pennsylvania, Brian runs a campaign pro-gay marriages. The aftermath lands him in a lot of trouble. The appearance of an old friend and their quick thinking saves him from prison. Is marriage worth it to save himself from prison? Especially when Justin is back in town after many years of absence.
Set ten years post 513, what happens when Brian gets a familiar itch that Justin's hands are too full to scratch?
Many thanks to BritinManor for encouraging me on this project!
Sequel to "Filled Silence" set in the Post-Stockwell Era, Brian and Justin makes some decisions that will redefine their definition of the word 'relationship'. Although inspired by the concepts within "The Experiment" by Wren and "The Dare" by Edom, it's my take on what should have happened in the series. ENJOY!!!
To the Wonderful and Talented Lorie Austin, Thanks for being my beta, but most of all, my friend. I couldn't do what I do without you.
Brian's thoughts as he is dancing with Justin at Babylon following their reunification. Short little oneshot.
Brian's thoughts as Justin danced at Babylon beside him, luring his two tricks away from him. His initial irritation, turning into admiration for his determined blond stalker... leading Brian up to breaking his long standing rule. Short little ONESHOT based on 1.03.
Nearly two decades later, the thumpa thumpa continues and we've still got thoughts and feelings. We will recap each episode of the ground-breaking classi, Queer as Folk, and share our opinions and explanations of the themes and pivotal moments. Grab a seat in the booth and join us for the Liberty Diner Dish.
The Pandemic has hit Pittspurgh and Brian and Justin decide to help.
Everything was perfect.
Brian and I were finally together in New York, making both of our dreams come true. I was working from a spacious, comfortable studio in SoHo, and the first show of my return to the city was scheduled for the following weekend. Brian was out with a real estate broker, looking at potential office spaces for the soon-to-be New York expansion of Kinnetik. We had wedding rings on our fingers, having finally tied the knot a few years before, in front of all of our family and friends in Pittsburgh.
Our lives were full of new and exciting opportunities, both professionally and personally. I felt like everything was falling into place in a nice, neat, orderly fashion, one piece after another.
Then, I had the misfortune of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. And the puzzle that was my life -- so carefully and painstakingly assembled over the years -- was picked up and thrown to the ground, scattering the pieces everywhere.
And everything wasn’t so perfect anymore.
QAF Gift Exchange- Brian's reasoning for riding in the Liberty Ride
Brian and Justin made plans. They were going to travel for the first six months of the year ending up celebrating Brian's 60th birthday in Australia. While they are away, the family continues to grow and expand. Nothing can bring down the Taylor- Kinney empire, can it?
The funny flipside of Brian's Season 4 line, "Of all the times we've fucked -- and by now it has to be well into the quadruple digits -- that has to rank in the top five." Five times when things didn't quite go as planned...
Justin and Brian surprise the family with big news on Christmas Eve. Standalone one shot.
No one had been more shocked than Brian when Melanie, of all people, had suggested that, since she didn't really celebrate Christmas, but J.R. was heading to Pittsburgh to be with her dads, perhaps Brian and Justin would rather come to Toronto to have a more subdued celebration with Lindsay and Gus.
"Lindsay never really gets to enjoy the decorations she puts up, since we're rushing around and then traveling during this time," Mel had explained. "I just thought it would be nice if you and Justin wanted to come to our place instead… You know, let Linds and Gus go all out, and then have a nice quiet holiday at home."
"Quiet" was all Brian needed to hear before he agreed.
Brian and Justin travel to Toronto to spend Christmas with a small part of their chosen family.
A HALF-INSTALLMENT and companion to "Installment One: Clash Forward". Brian and Justin share their plans with a select few of the 'Family'. Between them all they will come up with a set of New Rules that will hopefully make Brian and Justin's transition from Pittsburgh natives to California residents a bit smoother.
As always a special THANK YOU goes to Lorie, who always asks the right questions to push my creativity that much further.
HAPPY READING EVERYONE!
Max is looking for a home, one that won't be taken away. Billy and Colton no longer try to believe it's possible anymore. One smile and their lives are turned upsidedown by the men of Liberty Avenue.
Lorie you are a true blessing in my life and my stories thank you for everything you do as my Beta and cheerleader
Brian, Justin, and their extended family continues to go through life. There are ups and downs but there is nothing they can't do when they do it together.
Warning: Chapter 20 does have the death of a child in it but it is not a core character and the rest of the story does not contain anything like that.