AU after Season 4. The year Justin turns 23, he and Brian get the news that over the next year he's going to gradually lose all of his hearing. The series tracks the next years of their life as they manage their new reality, after-effects of the bashing, their eventual move to New York, and their ever-evolving relationship. Told in first-person chapters from their points of view and some outsiders, with some angst, a lot of hurt/comfort, and loads of humor. Never any big relationship drama, always disability-positive, and no one ever takes themselves too seriously.
Brian Kinney can come and go as he pleases, do what he wants, when he wants with who he wants. And now he's about to enter fatherhood with his best friend Lindsay and her wife Mel, who despite their earlier rocky start, are close. However, a few spanners are thrown into his world. Lindsay's grasping friend Dusty is turning her head. Michael's callousness towards Ben is turning his stomach and Claire's cruelty towards his nephews, especially Peter, is bringing back bad memories. When all three situations start to implode, Justin Taylor’s return further messes with his equilibrium. The question Brian has to honestly answer is he the last or the best thing he needs?
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.
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.
Justin gets a new teacher his senior year of high school. Things take a dark turn after he starts a relationship with the man.
Justin works hard to pay for school but a series of events forces him to rethink his priorities and question the choices he's made.
SEQUEL TO INTERSECT: After a horrific tragedy, Brian and his family must mourn and adjust to their new reality.
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
As Justin makes his way through the crowd in Herald Square, he sees a man who is almost a stranger to him now. *Officially up to date*
AU, Brian and his children go out to dinner and his life is forever changed.
Molly Taylor doesn't expect to fall into bed with Hunter Novotny-Bruckner, but when it does happen, she expects it to be a one time thing. With 2,500 miles between them and completely separate lives, the odds are stacked against them. Yet here they are, still talking and trying to make this work. They should have tied this up on New Year's Eve, at the absolute latest, even though it makes Molly's chest hurt to even think that. It would have been better for both of them. They could have avoided all of this pining.
AU story. Brian is 21 and Justin is 18, they become roommates in New York with a lot of familiar faces. This story is pretty light-hearted Rated A for lots of cussing and some not very graphic scenes.
After being thrown on the streets by his own family, Justin accepts the first offer to get some money, even though the outcome is denigrating. He ends up as one of the dancers at Boys Peep Show. Brian is trying to escape his miserable life by visiting the very establishment Justin works in. When Brian decides to end his marriage with his best friend, he chooses to save Justin from the terrible life he has.
This story is about the journey to finding friendship, rediscovering love, reconnecting with family.
After a distressed phone call from Michael with the most terrifying news, Brian and Justin decide to revisit their rules and lifestyle.
Flip a coin... any coin! But what happens when two sides of the same coin meet? Brian Kinney and Justin Taylor are about to find out. And what happens when the two aloof men find themselves breaking all of their self-imposed rules? Guaranteed mayhem!
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***
Justin and Brian never met on Liberty Avenue. Justin becomes a single father at the age of 19 and has to rely off his friends and family, meanwhile Brian fights in the battle of Lindsay wanting to play mother and Melanie wanting to play mistress. Brian, Michael, Ben, Emmett, Blake, Drew, and Ted also are dealing with the lose of Deb and Vic.
Everything is not as it seems. Lindsay has a secret and Melanie is fed up and wants a way out. Brian, Emmett, Ted, and Michael struggle with being without Deb and Vic. Justin and Brian meet without realizing it. Ben and Justin struggle with being single fathers. Blake, Drew, Justin, and Ben become closer than ever.
Justin and Brian have just announced their pregnancy to the family, much to the joy of many, and the aggravation of a few. Celebrate their ups and downs, their joys and sorrows and surprises, as they make their way through the last five months of pregnancy and their first days of being fathers.
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
Michael and Justin have a very public argument (which almost became physical) over Michael's interference in Justin's relationship with Brian. During the argument Justin refuses to continue drawing Rage and Michael tells Justin that Brian should have left him to die in the parking garage on prom night. Shortly after the argument, Michael disappears. Is Justin responsible or is something else going on?
Plot Bunny by Deb1
Justin didn't think that this day could get any worse; and then Pipp (Lindsay) walked in with her entourage and proved him wrong. But at least there was eye candy to ogle. Alternate Universe - Coffee Shop.
A catch all for all the scenes, situations and shenanigans that don't fit into Britin: A Day in the Life or any of the currently being written or planned for stories in the Sunbeam Chronicles. Will include one-shots or scenes starting from the end of season five and onward; mainly focusing on the time before the start of 25 Days of Smutmas.
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.
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