Carving pumpkins for Thanksgiving, who'd a thunk? Add a bison, a yellow car, some advertising genius, former tricks and way too much turkey to the mix, and you end up with a gay holiday story.
***Major Character Death!***A terrible tragedy has changed Justin's life forever, and he is now struggling to find the will to keep going.
Facebook conversation between our boys
Brian visits Justin in New York for their planned weekend together (it follows 'Missing You...' so consider it a sequel but it's not necessary to read the previous one)
Justin comes up with a new way to celebrate the time change. Besides the usual :P
A Partner-free Week Getaway has sent relationships spiraling out of control. After a public altercation, landing the couples in front of Judge Marcus, four skilled counselors will have their work cut out for them to save the well-known couples of Liberty Avenue.
The question is: can they be saved... or do they even want to?
*This ambitious work is 5 stories in one fic!
Before I Let Go: General and Counselors Povs
Staying or Going- Brian and Justin’s story
In or Out- Michael and Ben’s story
The Wife or the Mistress- Ted and Blake’s story
Fire and Ice- Emmett and Drew’s story
A Sequel to All In
Brian and Justin are still basking in the afterglow of the win from the Tawdry Tournament. But not everyone is happy about it...
Stay Tuned as more hijinx ensues, but this time, on a much grander scale!
HAPPY READING AND ENJOY!!!
***Special THANKS to Lorie, my SANITY keeper***
With a bit of WASPy persuasion (aka Justin), the girls have decided to move back to the Burgh. Justin and Brian fly to Toronto to help them get underway. Things don't quite go according to plan.
Post-series, 6 months later. Justin goes on a reality TV show. There is hidden danger and shocking surprises around ever corner.
When a surprise visitor shows up at Britin, life is turned upside down for the Kinney-Taylor family.
The story is finished and will be updated once a week!
Brian misses Justin who is in New York...
The genesis of Brian and Justin's steamy celebration of the time change. It all began in New York...
Brian seizes an opportunity to make good use of the extra hour provided by the turn to standard time.
His stint in New York wrapped up, Justin has returned to Pittsburgh to surprise his lover. He and Brian are celebrating at the loft when they get interrupted...
I sigh and tip my chair back so I can rest my back against the wall, mostly because I want to fidget. Because I’m sitting alone in an exam room in the NewYork-Presbyterian emergency room, waiting for someone to wheel Gus back in -- and for someone to tell me what the fuck’s going on.
Gus is admitted to the hospital. Brian and Justin clash over the best ways to be there for him.
SEQUEL TO INTERSECT: After a horrific tragedy, Brian and his family must mourn and adjust to their new reality.
The family are all struggling to adjust to daylight savings. How do they cope with the lost hour?
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.
"Can you really think of a reason that Peter would suddenly turn on how he feels about you?" Justin asked, trying to begin the conversation pragmatically. "He knows how your sister is, and she knows, at least to some extent, that the two of you are acquainted now. Don'tyou think she'd have tried every weapon she had if she was running a smear campaign against you?"
"I don't know," Brian said tiredly, rubbing his eyes. "I wouldn't put anything past her."
When Brian's nephew Peter and his girlfriend Alexis come to spend Christmas in New York, things are off to a great start -- until they're not. Soon, it becomes apparent to everyone that old Kinney family scars run deep.
I bet there are lots of things we don't know about Brian and Justin, and I'm sure some of it might surprise us.