|Reviews for The Job Offer|
| AlaskanFan chapter 1 . 1/7/2017
Really appropriate backstory! Totally believable.
| Guest chapter 1 . 11/17/2016
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| Thephoenix1996 chapter 1 . 3/4/2012
i love both your stories
and i would love it if you wrote the actual story about tony and gibbs meeting
it would be awesome especially with your ensight
| Long Live BRUCAS chapter 1 . 3/4/2011
i didnt watch from the very beginning so i always wonder how they met and Tony got the job. i like this idea.
Now i am going to read the next part.
| sterno chapter 1 . 11/30/2010
NICE WAY FOR GIBBS TO OFFER TONY HIS JOB.. YOU WRITE REALLY WELL AND YOU HAVE THE CHARACTERS DOWN SO WELL TOO. THANKS FOR WRITING AND POSTING IT!
| msdarque chapter 1 . 3/18/2010
Another great story!
I've noticed that it's kind of a tiny obsession to learn (or try to imagine) how those two met in the first place back in Baltimore.. Thanks for some interesting food for further thought processes. :)
Congrats! Lots of stars!
| ferryboat George chapter 1 . 1/7/2010
Nice little background piece to your other story.
| Night Angel Gunny chapter 1 . 7/26/2009
Ya I like you style of writing
| scryoko chapter 1 . 5/23/2009
I applaud you once again for how WELL you capture Tony and Gibbs. Take the last line of this fic, for instance. Tony asks in clarification, "Was that a job offer?"
And Gibbs, instead of saying, "Yeah." says instead,
"You’re supposed to be an investigator,” Gibbs reminded him. “You work it out.”
God, I loved that. I absolutely LOVE the interactions between the two of them. But, um, yeah. There were just a few words misspelled words (typos, I believe) that would not be caught using a spell checker. They were spelled correctly so any spell checker wouldn't catch it, but they were the wrong words. For instance:
He'd promised then that he wouldn't order DiNozzo to let his drop, not when they both knew he would have down the same if Dyer was his partner.
The word "down" (spelled correctly as down) should be instead "done" as I'm sure that was your intention.
Really, though. Awesome fic.
| pdljmpr6 chapter 1 . 4/23/2009
This was great. Absolutley awesome. They were totally IC, and gibbs observations about Tony were spot on. The Dialogue was great at the end, loved Tony's reaction to Gibbs bringing him food, like that's something he wouldn't have expected from anyone else. This is a great interpretation of their first meeting and a great 'young DiNozzo'.
| Azamiko chapter 1 . 4/6/2009
| hudson911 chapter 1 . 3/8/2009
I really great beginning to the story "Safe Harbour". I wish I would have read this first, but I wasn't lost at all when I read SH. Atleast now, I know why in the beginning ou talked about Gibbs missing Mike's funneral. Anywho, great job agani on this story, it's great to see the beginnings of a friendship currently 8 years long.
| Shadows in the City Lights chapter 1 . 9/21/2008
Please take this as *constructive* criticism, not as somebody blowing smoke. The content of the story is pretty good, but the many typos detracted from my enjoyment of them. I'm sure that they're just simple mistakes - you missed some words that change the meanings of sentences "He saw how the younger man actually flinched at that confirming his long held belief that DiNozzo was far more a privileged Long Island, rich kid playing at being cops and robbers." could be so much clearer, if you simply added a comma and a word: "He saw how the younger man actually flinched at that, confirming his long held belief that DiNozzo was far more *than* a privileged Long Island, rich kid playing at being cops and robbers." You also have some pretty obvious typos - yomng instead of (I'm assuming) young. There are some other minor grammatical mistakes that I think could benefit from a simple editing.
Please take this in the *constructive* spirit that it was meant. I'm sure that you could find a beta to edit this (and I might volunteer if you don't mind some waiting - I've been very busy lately.) And please don't reply with a childish "this is just for fun so I don't need to care about grammar." If you care to edit your writing when it is just for fun, the habit pervades through *all* aspects of your writing, especially when you write seriously. Conversely, if you allow yourself to make some easily-corrected mistakes in some aspects, they pervade to your serious writing as well, and people may lose respect for you.