Spoilt little rich girl Lindsay Peterson gets everything she wants, when she wants it; but now she has something she doesn't want, a surprise half brother called Justin Taylor, who stands between her and their late father's estate. As well as getting her for a sister, Justin has another problem in the form of his best friend, Michael Novotny. They met in art class where Justin was a teacher's assistant, and became fast and best friends. One drunken night, however, they made a deal that if by the time Justin reached 28 and Michael 35 and if neither of them were in a relationship, they would marry. Speaking of marrying, Lindsay wants to marry her best friend, the gorgeous but repressed Brian Kinney...who Justin takes one look at and wants for himself - who will win? The sister? The brother? Or the wannabe lover?
Plot bunny by the lovely Cathy Sunderland - thank you!
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They say that revenge is a dish best served cold - well some hotness is always nice isn't it? Meet Ted Schmidt, according to former friend Michael Novotny, he's one of those pathetic suckers put on earth to be taken advantage of. Because of Ted, Michael has the life that Ted could only dream of. Between him and his wife Lindsay, they run Rage PR Inc, the best public relations agency in the Northwest Frontier, well according to them...the people they represent, not so much. They want to expand and think themselves unstoppable, untouchable but they're about to find out how wrong they are. Because into Ted's life come three men; Ben, Brian and Emmett - they decide to teach those two liars a lesson they will never forget and put them exactly where they're supposed to be. And what do the four of them get...love and happiness of course, read on and find out how everyone gets what they need and deserve.
Based on a frightmare that Cathy Sunderland told me about...one tweakage later and here we are! Thanks for sharing.
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SEQUEL TO INTERSECT: After a horrific tragedy, Brian and his family must mourn and adjust to their new reality.
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This story fits into the "Changed" verse.
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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.
Brian receives a phone call from his Sonny Boy asking about "boy stuffs"...
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