Date: 01/10/2018 02:47 pm Title: Chapter 1
I already reviewed it on ff.net but I will do it here again.
I really loved this story. You pictured Tony exactly the way I view him and I can really think about making Tate work for me.
But I also hope that in your version the events of Twillight won't happen because I think that would crush him instantly as happiness was so near and then taken from him in the cruelest fashion possible.
There wasn't much action in this story but it didn't have to be there as it was in invitation into Tonys thought and I always thought the show missed out on the recovery time which had to be more than one week for Tony.
Also I think that the show seemed to forget the fact that Tony nearly died from the plague conveniently and than bought it up again when Bishop joined (and made fun of him a few times before that) so I liked how you tried to portray the aftereffects of this illness.
Long story short, it was a great story, an even greater Xmas-present for me and I thank you for wirting it. Personally I would be sad if you really would stop writing for NCIS but I understand. The show just isn't at it's prime anymore and it's difficult to include headcanon of oneself when the show went a different direction. (at least for me it is...)
Date: 12/31/2017 03:18 pm Title: Chapter 4
I'm not a Tony/Kate fan, but you did it very well. My only question is how to square this with Kate telling Tim that Tony told every woman in the building that he was gay so that Tim wasn't competition. :)
As far as getting Tony to be serious about something, though, you did a good job of setting up the situation where the conversation could happen. He usually avoids that kind of stuff, except when he can't.
I always thought Kate was a jerk for telling Tim that, since Tony has been in law enforcement enough to know that you don't joke about that lest it put a target on Tim's back and even the entire team's backs - that's just bad news all the way around. I just never really believed Tony would go that far. He'd know better. In my head canon, Kate only said that to get him riled up, not that Tony really did that. That might be another can of worms I need to address in a story. Glad you reminded me of it.
I figure Kate sobbing her eyes out because he nearly died was a situation Tony wouldn't try to avoid even if it was uncomfortable. Plus, it wasn't like he could run away, literally or figuratively. Making Tony uncomfy with emotions is always fun. I'm kind of a stinker like that.
Thanks for reading and reviewing even though you're not a Kate/Tony fan. Means a lot.