Fan fiction combining season one of Queer as Folk and (loosely based on) Vampire the Masquerade. The tale of Brian Kinney plunged into a world of vampires where he finds himself entangled with Justin Taylor and other creatures of the night. There is adult content and language.

“I’m sorry, Mom.”

“That reminds me,” Brian said looking over at Isis.  “What the fuck was that all about?  What the fuck was Merill thinking bringing him here?”

“Brian, calm down,” Melanie said grabbing Brian’s arm.  “It doesn’t matter anymore, he’s safe now.”

“Not exactly,” Jennifer said holding onto her son tightly.  “When the Tremere call for the throne, Brian’s ability will be called into question, which brings Justin right back into the mix.  The only reason a vote on his life wasn’t done now was because the vote has to be called on by a Clan.  When his actions are brought before the Conclave, they’ll have to be voted on since they weren’t ruled on before.”

“We could leave,” Justin said backing up until he bumped into his lover.  “We could leave right now.  Mom, I know you found a place to hide.”

“I have, honey, but it’s too late for that,” she replied moving closer, but stopped when Justin turned from her and grabbed onto Brian.

“Well,” Brian said getting their attention.  “I’m hungry. Let’s go and get something to eat.”



“Well,” Brian said sipping on his cup of espresso.  He glanced over a decorative vase of flowers to Isis and smiled sarcastically.  “When exactly were you going to tell me about what Justine and Merill were up to?”

“No need to bother you with things neither of us can change,” Isis replied sipping on a glass of white wine.  “We tried protecting the boy and it did no good.  Even his mother knows that he must stand judgement before The Conclave.”

“Fuck,” Melanie said looking at Brian.  “Poor kiddo.  All we did is fall in love with you and its going to cost him his life.  You should have a warning label or something.”

“Is that supposed to be funny?”  Brian put down his cup and slid it away from him.  “Because I’m not finding the humor.”

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