|Reviews for Two Weeks Notice|
| Athena13 5/20/13 . chapter 24
I totally loved this pro-Tony story! I needed a good jolt after so much not-enough-Tony on the show and not enough Tony-appreciation overall. I enjoyed it! Thanks.
| Cackymn 4/17/13 . chapter 24
Hey, great job! I really appreciated the amount of thought and work you put into this. You didn't short-change any aspect or any character. You really went the distance to bring depth and detail into the feelings of every single player, and the case details were thorough as well.
That said, your story was more than thorough. It was believable and deeply felt. Thank you for writing it and again, great job!
| prince-bishop 2/13/13 . chapter 24
Tony Tony what a cop out, you'll never will change not until you get your head out of Gibbs arse, very disappointed in your decision not to leave.
| TriggerHappyJax 2/9/13 . chapter 24
Just found your stories recently and just finished Two Weeks notice. Great story, very detailed and happy to see Tony get some proper respect! Thanks for the great read!
| May Eve 10/20/12 . chapter 11
Real quick before I read on: I love how smoothly you manage both character development and a kick-ass case plot, but could we please watch the exclamation point abuse? Please?
| Scat210 10/10/12 . chapter 24
Really great story, loved all the interactions, interspersed by action.
| Stardancing 9/5/12 . chapter 24
Love this! Great drama between the characters especially when the realise Tony is serious! Wish that happened on NCIS!
| Sailor GaOn Donut 8/26/12 . chapter 24
| ghostboi 6/28/12 . chapter 24
Love it. Excellent writing, every bit of it.
| edioval 5/20/12 . chapter 1
This chapter really grabbed my attention. I can't wait to see where you go with it. I am a little tired of reading about "superGibbs" (although I do love him!), and find Tony fascinating. Thanks for sharing!
| MysteriousAliWays 4/16/12 . chapter 24
I enjoyed this story - the plot and character depictions were excellent. I hope you won't mind me offering some constructive criticism - one thing that tended to throw me out of the story was when you changed between past tense and present tense, sometimes in the course of the same sentence. I can see your reasoning for opting for present tense when referring to ongoing situations, however I don't think that in this case it really worked. It just jarred. It would have worked better to stick to using past tense throughout.
Having said that, the quality of the rest of the story was such that I stuck with it through to the final chapter, as I was pulled in by the story and wanted to see how the relationships were resolved.
| poppaeasabina 3/1/12 . chapter 2
"we're only a team when you see fit"
-Lord, this is the God's honest truth.
| anon 2/29/12 . chapter 21
I like that Tony has accepted blame for any actions on his part that might have caused problems or hurt feelings. Fair's fair, and there's always two sides to any disagreement.
That being said, I do think the team's been a bunch of jackasses. But at least they know it now and are trying to do better.
| anon 2/29/12 . chapter 16
Apparently, McGee was terribly traumatized by having his keyboard superglued, given how many times I've seen references to the event in fic, lol. Seriously? It might have been goofy, but hardly awful, and as a reason to not like someone, it's incredibly stupid.
| anon 2/29/12 . chapter 4
I want to put a boot up McGee's ass every time he whines about being called Probie. He's a cop, for crying out loud! Yeah, military investigator-same thing. Part of the group comraderie is to haze the newcomers and tease the rookies/probies; and the senior partner is always the senior partner, no matter what rank or position the junior might gain, in the future.
McGee's free to tease Tony back-and, while he's at it, tease Kate, Ziva, and anyone else there who pokes at him (which they do). He's not a helpless kid, and he's smart enough to know the difference between team pranking, and his own more vicious comments.