Midnight Whispers
QAF Brian and Justin Fanfiction
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Summary:

SEQUEL TO INTERSECT: After a horrific tragedy, Brian and his family must mourn and adjust to their new reality.


Rated: NC-18
Categories: QAF-U.S. FICTION, Family, Angst, Brian/Justin, Brian/Other, Friendship, Gus Lives With Brian, Hurt/Comfort, Justin/Other-Relationship, Minor Character Death, Post-513 Fic, Real Life Issues, Sign Language, Suicidal Thoughts, Thoughts of Suicide Characters: Ben, Blake, Brian, Craig Taylor, Cynthia, Debbie, Drew Boyd, Emmett, Gus, Hunter, Jennifer Taylor, Jenny Rebecca, Justin, Lindsay, Melanie, Michael, Molly Taylor, Original Character(s), Ted
Challenges: None
Series: Intersect Series
Chapters: 10 Completed: No
Word count: 83770 Read: 5918
Published: November 18, 2020 Updated: March 29, 2021
Story Notes:

Decided to post the first chapter a little early. Please be warned that this story has some very depressing and upsetting themes that may trigger some readers. 

1. Chapter 1 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 3] (6773 words)

Decided to post a little early. Chapter 2 will be up tomorrow!

2. Chapter 2 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 2] (9452 words)

After receiving terrible news, Justin, Molly, and Hunter go to Hoboken to stay with Duncan.

3. Chapter 3 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 4] (2564 words)

Brian says goodbye.

4. Chapter 4 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 4] (7647 words)

Brian needs to sleep.

TRIGGER WARNING for sleep deprivation and suicidal thoughts.

5. Chapter 5 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 4] (5612 words)

Lily wakes up.

6. Chapter 6 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 4] (9990 words)

Justin prepares for the rest of the weekend!

7. Chapter 7 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 4] (9346 words)

The day of the funeral, part 1

8. Chapter 8 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 5] (6898 words)

The day of the funeral, part 2

9. Chapter 9 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 7] (16621 words)

The day after the funeral, Justin tries to distract himself by getting back into the swing of things.

10. Chapter 10 by Annie-Eliza [Reviews - 3] (8867 words)

While two halves of two couples look towards the future, a little girl stays very much in the present.