Everyone has their secrets don't they? Some good, some bad, some unforgiveable. But what if that secret when it comes out leads to the best feelings in the world for those that deserve it, love, happiness and being unburdened. This is what happens when the secrets between family and friends come to light.
Artwork: all the artwork in here is the property of Annette Reyes-Galvan and have been used with her very kind permission.
Disclaimer: I own nothing, not a damn thing and no copyright infringement is intended whatsoever.
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!
Who would you be if you had no memory of who you were?
Begins during the Rage launch party in 220. Much of Brian may seem out of character here, because... well... who is Brian, really?
NOTE: Please remember that literary license is being taken with the factual aspect of the medical diagnosis of amnesia here. Although Transient Global Amnesia is a factual diagnosis, it is usually of very short duration, and quite rare, no matter what television and stories try to make of it. My interpretation, since this is fiction, is a bit longer than medically factual.
I own only the fedora. Everything else belongs to CowLip, et al.
If Brian and Michael had done the deed, and Justin and Ben had balls of steel. How might it have gone?
A little humor, a little angst, and a touch of Jesus.
Another kind-of-a-snippet-definitely-a-morality-tale one-off, while I'm finishing up a longer work.
What if Brian wasn't so stubborn about expressing his feelings in a tough time when Ethan came along?
Justin gets a new teacher his senior year of high school. Things take a dark turn after he starts a relationship with the man.
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.
What if Brian had taken the job in New York in season 1? After three years in New York, Brian returns home to Pittsburgh to find that things and more importantly people have changed.
This was one of my first attempts at fan fiction and I am not 100% happy with it. Still I decided that some people might like and appreciate it anyway.
When Brian wakes up the morning after the good bye fuck, he finds Justin having breakfast in the loft kitchen.
Don't be fooled by the reunions that followed the bombing. Karma is my middle name!
Summary: Brian and Justin have a glorious second night when something unforeseen happens.
This story is on an indefinite hiatus.
It is 2015, Brian and Justin have been together for 15 years, some of the years happier than most. But now they are finally at peace and ready to move onto the next stage of their lives...yes the Stud and Sunshine are getting married! However, the spectre of the prom still haunts them. Brian has never stopped searching for whoever attacked his Sunshine, the police never bothered after Brian couldn't identify the attacker. But now they can finally close that horrible chapter, as they now know who tried to kill Justin.
So can Michael talk his way out of this?
Banner credit goes to Midgardsnake
Ethan’s pursuit of Justin might have seemed like a romantic meeting of two like-minded, artistic souls, but was it really? What if there was a more sinister motive behind Brian and Justin’s breakup? Canon Divergent story starting with ep 2.16.
A series of vignettes based on prompts given to me by my betas (and others if they so choose) for our Wednesday Hump Day challenge. Each Wednesday we have decided to challenge each other with a set of prompts to make the week flow faster.
Justin is an empath who can read anyone's feelings. Or that’s what he thought until the day he ventured onto Liberty Avenue and met the most beautiful man he’d ever seen. A man who was a total blank to him. But what happens when there’s a crisis and only Justin’s empathic skills can help save the day?
STORY IS NOW COMPLETE!
Another QAF fractured fairy tale!
This time we're bastardizing....uhhh I mean this is a rough version of The Shoemaker and the Elves.
Kind of a what if story....what if things didn't go so well starting up Kinnetic? Keeping with the rules and to avoid the whole nasty statutory rape thing let's just say Justin is 18.
Another fairy tale from my warped brain! Enjoy!!!
STORY NOW COMPLETE!
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!
I am writing this story, my first attempt at fanfiction, to avenge my voice for I have used it too many times to shout at my screen every time CowLip managed to screw their own story. In my opinion, for this is what it is, just my opinion, CowLip came up with great characters but failed in their development. I can't deny that their work was avant garde but I always wondered what would have happened if Brian wasn't so afraid of showing emotions. I changed a lot of things because I want to give the basic story a twist of my own and I hope you will like it.
For one of the twists, I got loosely inspired by "Can I come back home to you" and "And now we start on married life" by SammyScaDoo
I don't like Michael and Lindsay. They are the embodiment of parasites and I make it a duty to verbally beat down the Michael and Lindsay in the real world.
Some parts might remind you of something you have already read. As I can't remember every story I have ever read, and while I hope to limit myself to orginal ideas, apart from my disclosed inspiration, if I inadvertently borrow a storyline from anyone in the fandom, feel free to mentiion in the comments section and I'll make sure to give credit to the original author.
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!
Summary: Using his emergency key, Michael barges into the loft, which leads to tragic results.
This is for you, Deb. You MUST stop with the good plot bunnies!
Four years, rich business man and artist Brian Kinney was shot and nearly killed but an angel, called Justin, saved his life, it took two years of rehab for Brian to return to almost being the Stud that he was before. But neither of them have forgotten the other; so when they are brought back together by Liberty Avenue's Mistress of Love, Marilyn, and his close friend, Emmett, sparks fly, to the delight of most of The Avenue, as well as Justin's friends Daphne and Chris.
But the thought on everyone's mind is who tried to kill Brian? Why did they do it? And just why is Michael's childhood best friend, Mercy, back in town? What is the secret she is hiding? This is a story of mysteries, justice and revenge but most of all love.
A CIA agent. An international criminal. A night they never forgot. When the past catches up with our boys, they find a connection that can’t be ignored.
New take on Episode 301. What would have possibly happened if Justin had been the one to punch Michael instead of Brian? Thank you Deb Tanner for the idea involving Justin hearing Michael's rant at the Anniversary Party!