Midnight Whispers
Reviewer: coleamber (Signed) · Date: May 04, 2019 06:44 PM · On: Chapter 5

danr Munchers, Deb and Michael

Reviewer: Enohvee1875 (Signed) · Date: February 13, 2017 07:02 PM · On: Chapter 7

I really enjoyed this story.  Loved seeing the guys take lemons and make lemonage. They are in a good place but I would have loved to see the story continue or a sequel. Pretty Please...

Reviewer: bktush (Anonymous) · Date: November 28, 2016 08:24 AM · On: Chapter 7

I so love your work on qaf stories. I can't tell you how many times I have read my favorite two stories: Broken Angel, and Deception, I would guess about twenty times easily. The stories are so well written and truly grab at heart .Brian and Justin, and Gus are my favorites. The ones I can't stand are mikey,Lindsey. and I don't much care about Deb I see her in word and deed as a bully, mettling into everyones private life I would think everyone should just stay away until she knows that everyone is old enough to run their own lives and to butt out.

Reviewer: Nickknackmck (Anonymous) · Date: April 12, 2015 04:41 AM · On: Chapter 7

I loved this story and wish there was more to follow. The Taylor Kinney family - so much more life to live and love to give.

Reviewer: vlsope2@yahoo.com (Anonymous) · Date: August 22, 2014 11:59 PM · On: Chapter 7

I only recently found this wonderful story. I wish you could do an update showing the children a bit older and still living with their daddies and include the farmhouse and their holiday peace and quite and the love between the parents and children. Mel might even visit jenny but lets everyone know as much as she loves her she would never change her mind Brian and Justin are jenny's parents no matter what anyone says. Thank you for a lovely story.

Reviewer: AngelLove18 (Signed) · Date: April 25, 2014 08:20 AM · On: Chapter 7

So sweet and awesome. Loved it! <3

Reviewer: vlsope2@yahoo.com (Anonymous) · Date: December 08, 2013 04:55 PM · On: Chapter 7

I don't know how I missed this story I always try to read your fiction.I must admit my very favorite was Broken Angel, it was wonderful.This story really made me think about giving second chances, not everyone deserves them.A 3 year old baby eating cereal cause that's what he can reach when he is ignored, the same child sitting on a front porch when it's cold waiting for his daddy in his pjs with a small blanket around him because he can't reach high enough to get his coat, while his two mothers just bitch and complain.I liked that Gus explained to Justin that he told the judge his mother was pretending she wanted to see him, but that the judge knew she was just pretending too.I wish there had been a small epilogue telling us Lindsey lost all rights and the 3 children with their daddys could spend nov-jan at the farmhouse also july--thru august.Lindsey tried to flush Danny away when he was hours old, Mel just gave birth and walked out of the hospital leaving Jenny with Brian---these two females have to be the most selfish on the earth and should never be allowed to see their beautiful children, I know that sounds harsh, but selfish and plain evil shouldn't be rewarded.

Reviewer: Tagsit (Anonymous) · Date: May 18, 2013 12:20 PM · On: Chapter 7

Somehow I'd missed this story until now. I'm really glad I found it after all. I love domesticated Brian! Thanks for writing. TAG

Reviewer: Weave the Magic (Signed) · Date: January 17, 2013 11:07 PM · On: Chapter 7

I am not sure if this story has one, but this fic is looking for a sequel. :D

Reviewer: Weave the Magic (Signed) · Date: January 17, 2013 10:28 PM · On: Chapter 4

I cant understand this Mikey and specially Ben. They are really out of character here.  I like the 2.5 kids that Justin mentioned though. :)

Reviewer: Weave the Magic (Signed) · Date: January 17, 2013 10:11 PM · On: Chapter 3

It's so sad about the girls, but I love how this problem is strengthening the Kinney-Taylor household.

Reviewer: Al (Anonymous) · Date: January 02, 2013 09:50 PM · On: Chapter 7

I thought this stroy was good. I would like to see a small sequel to see how the kids turn out and how they respond to Melanie and Lindsey.

Reviewer: kim136@dodo.com.au (Anonymous) · Date: March 25, 2012 06:40 PM · On: Chapter 7

love this story u should write  a sequal  one were they r grown up with brian and justin and add mikey and lindsay mel deb  think about it thanks   kim

Author's Response:

thanks for the suggestion Kim

Reviewer: kim136@dodo.com.au (Anonymous) · Date: February 21, 2012 08:40 PM · On: Chapter 7

i love it  kim

Reviewer: Maiqu (Signed) · Date: December 23, 2011 10:51 AM · On: Chapter 7

Amazing story!!

Author's Response:

thank you

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 09:35 AM · On: Chapter 7

Oh, I hate that this ended so abruptly.  I was gearing up for Lindsay's visit.  I think you should make this a series.  Yes, that's what I think you should do.  LOL.

I guess that's the hardest part of the story, knowing when to end it when every moment of these facinating peoples' lives could be written and enjoyed (although I refuse to read any of the death ones, even if they die in their nineties!)

I wouldn't mind an epilouge though.  Something 20 years down the road... did Brian start Kinnetic?  I Justin famous?  Did Brian go though cancer leaving Justin terrified not only of losing Brian but being responsible for raising the children alone.  And I want to see their life from the kids' points of view... maybe discovering the events surrounding their births, what their fathers' did (and didn't) do.

Oh I hope I stumbled upon at least one plot bunny for you.  Here, Im letting them all loose and sending them all to you.  Go bunnies, hop hop hop you way over to her...

Author's Response:

Interesting ideas - I will copy them and put them in my plot bunny files - thanks

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 09:13 AM · On: Chapter 6

Wow.  A lot going on in this chapter.  Tragic what Lindsay did, but I can't really blame her in a hateful way, she is not well.  Poor Danny, and Brian almost with his knees buckling with the horror and sadness of it all.

I love the farm house!

Why is it I love the fics best where the 'gang' is put on the 'outside' of their relationship?

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 07:57 AM · On: Chapter 5

Oh no.  What did Lindsay do?

Deb needs to always stand on a soap box.  I wonder if she will ever get tired of looking down on those she 'loves'.

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 07:45 AM · On: Chapter 4

Honestly, Mikey doesn't surprise me at all.  Totally canon, really.  Totally a space cadet out in his own universe revolving around his own sun, not having a clue.  Ben, he usually knows right from wrong, at least he tried to do the right thing and encourage Michael to do the same thing, so this feels odd for that reason.  But then again, it is an AU and Im guessing there isn't, and will never be, a Hunter.

Deb wasn't as likeable during some parts of the series, so yeah, her attitude suits this just fine.  Where is Jennifer?  She helped them get the loft, so Im guessing she is around.  I'd like to see some happy gramma time with Jen.

Author's Response:

My goodness, you've had a busy day - thanks for the comments and feedback.

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 07:11 AM · On: Chapter 3

Love how Justin stepped up to the bat here.  I even like how he waivered a bit at first, feeling overwhelmed.  A lot of fic make him into too much of an angel, perfect, the type who shits gold nuggets, you know?  Its not at all canon.  Justin is human and makes some terrible choices... but he always goes with his heart.  Which means, if Brian accepts his love and help, he would always choose Brian.  :)

The girls are a mess.  Poor Lindsay, I think her own selfish choices and lies brought her to the door of depression, but I do feel for her because when depression gets its claws in her it is not going to let her go.

Melanie, the things she says and not caring that little Gus was outside in the cold at night wanting to run away... Im sorry, but that is just sick.  I couldn't turn away from a dog that looked that miserable and I am a CAT person!  She has crossed the line into child abuse and endangerment.

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 06:31 AM · On: Chapter 2

Okay, so Lindsay cleared up the vague part for me.  It's Sam's.  Sam doesn't want her or it.  Lindsay is using Brian to cover up her affair, and share the 'blame' for having another child while Mikey and Mel were supposed to be the only focus regarding parenthood and babies.  Okay.

So, why is Brian and Justin talking about the new loft and casually saying in front of both Vic and Em, "Let her think you did the deed. It gives her something to do. Lindsay isn’t commenting and Gus has no idea."

I love the stories where they buy more loft space and make their home in the aparment... it always seemed more likely than a million dollar (or multimillion dollar more likely) mansion in the next state.

Oh, and where Brian is openly affectionate with Sunshine, and using the 'we' and 'our' pronouns.  :)

Reviewer: M_elle_22 (Signed) · Date: November 08, 2011 06:07 AM · On: Chapter 1

The conversation got a bit tangled around the 'secrets drive me nuts' part.  I got confused, but I think I got it... Lindsay slept with Sam, got pregnant and now wants to pass the baby off as Brian's to hide her affair?  I think. 

Or did she artificially inseminate AND have an affair and doesn't know whose baby it is?

Whatever... all I know is that despite it being Lindsay's body and her choices/mistakes, it will all be considered Brian's fault in the end.  Like he chased her down with a turkey baster in his hand... (cuz he wouldn't f^ck her, even if he did in the past, but now at the very least he wouldn't have sex with anyone without a condom).

Reviewer: DavidR (Signed) · Date: March 25, 2011 11:52 PM · On: Chapter 7



I like the story though I found it kind of strange. 

The contrast of the scenes with only Justin,

Brian and the kids, versus the scenes with the

other characters, was at times difficult to read.

You see the other characters (Mel, Michael, and

Lindsey) were mostly total jerks with awful

attitudes towards beautiful children. 


The one line that that I thought was just terrific and

I remembered and will remember for a while was

said by Brian to Danny when he was taking him

home for the first time:

         “Hey Danny boy. Welcome to the world. It’s been a bitch so

           far, but your other daddy is waiting for you and he’s filled with

          enough love to keep us all going for the rest of our lives.”


That was beautiful written and says it all.


Again, thanks for the story I enjoyed it.



Author's Response:

DavidR - I to found the story strange and I was writing it - it was at the request of a friend - I'm too soft inside to write this kind of stuff - for me, I like life to be somewhat softened - of course I wear rose colored glasses all the time - sigh - oh well - the next one will be better - promise. Thanks for taking the time to read and review - you are the best.

Reviewer: sophie's mom (Anonymous) · Date: March 23, 2011 11:10 AM · On: Chapter 7

three times a week is so much more than she deserves, and she refuses to have anything to do with danny. i feel sorry for the children.

michael will just have to grow up now won't he. he'll see jr when it's alright with the rest of her 'family'.

sorry to see this end, it seems like so much more could have been done.

Author's Response:

no doubt more could have been written - but with all stories we need to draw a line and let the imaginations of our readers continue the fantasy.

Reviewer: Curious George (Anonymous) · Date: March 22, 2011 10:29 PM · On: Chapter 1

What a treat to find this completed!  Yay, Elsa Rose!

I always disliked The Munchers -- their characters (in the show) never rang true, or necessary, to me, so I always expect the worst of them.  Which you certainly delivered!

Author's Response:

I never really took to them either - as you can tell - even though I know Thea Gill - I hated her character - thanks for stopping by

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