|Reviews for Truth Be Told|
| DocR47 chapter 9 . 9/28/2022
Reading again, still one of my favorite Densi chapters ever!
| Warrien Rushold chapter 30 . 12/18/2021
Great story but I would like a promise ring at least along with the key.
| Guest chapter 7 . 7/21/2021
Not a fan of Kensi being written like she has the emotional maturity of a teenager. This behavior, almost blowing her cover (and Deeks cover) because she “missed him” is legitimately embarrassing and worse literally put Deeks’ life at risk. It is unprofessional at minimum, but worse it is exactly the type of behavior that would separate them professionally.
Callen is right. Based on this BS behavior, Deeks should go back to LAPD once this is over. And Kensi and Deeks can decide if they want to be romantic partners without being work partners (you know, like normal people, like Michelle and Sam even). Kensi and Deeks should have to face the raminifcations of their idiotic actions.
She has shown that she has zero self control or maturity to handle the situation. I am embarrassed for her. She acts like a hormonal teenager. Not thinking about the risks to her partner in showing up when he is undercover.
| Warren Rushold chapter 30 . 5/31/2021
IMO "all in, all the way" marriage, not mortgage.
Just one man's opinion. Great story!
| Warren Rushold chapter 29 . 2/24/2021
Next, engagement. Timing the question.
| Warren Rushold chapter 23 . 2/23/2021
Great story! Yes Hetty, it is a mess.
| Kathy chapter 30 . 7/13/2019
Loved the story, couldn't put it down...thank you.
| typroctor-ewaguy chapter 30 . 11/24/2018
This is the best story I have ever read in this world of fan fiction. It was wonderful and you're an excellent writer. If whatever I'm reading gives me a good feeling I think that's all I can ask of writer and you have fulfilled that for me. Again well done and thank you.
| Guest chapter 1 . 2/28/2018
Well that was pointless have the crash sound bad and have deeks come away fine ugh im out you clearly only did that as an accuse to focus on kensi
| Guest chapter 24 . 6/11/2017
Good addition of Cody at the end. His training, plus his father's resources, could well be the thing that makes this come out well in the end.
| Guest chapter 23 . 6/11/2017
Eric told Deeks that the second piece of code was untraceable, so unless the cartel has someone at Eric's level or above, there's no worry there for Deeks in terms of Kensi's safety.
Nice twist with the identity of the brother. I foresee some severe pain for Derek when this all gets sorted out.
| Guest chapter 22 . 6/11/2017
C'mon, really? They didn't see this coming, that the gang would grab Kensi? It was obvious chapters ago they would go there. Sorry, maybe I've just watched too many of these episodes, but this was a no-brainer.
And Kensi isn't more worried when her phone goes missing? She didn't even try to call it from the office phone? Or call Deeks to ask about it? Or Rachel? Again, c'mon! She's a federal agent, and alias' phone or not, she knows how important it is to keep track of such things.
You write well, but this was just too convenient a plot device for me.
| Guest chapter 21 . 6/11/2017
So Deeks forgot to tell Kensi about him saying that Nell was almost engaged, and also didn't pass along the information that the off-shore account was in the Azores. He's definitely slipping, although Kensi *is* an almost powerful distraction, I'm sure.
| Guest chapter 16 . 6/10/2017
Okay, again I know I'm in the minority, but I don't like Deeks' decision here, either to follow her to OSP or to follow her to her friend's hospital bed. It's pushing too hard, both from a relationship perspective and regarding the undercover op, no matter what the surf crew said. I can't believe Hetty didn't rip them both a new one for screwing up so much, forgetting the basic rules of undercover work which Deeks should know inside and out. It's just plain stupid, and could easily get one or both of them hurt or dead.
I also don't like the idea of them going at it like teenagers in Kensi's friends' house. I think it's disrespectful. She doesn't know the house, he's just met Diane, and they (Densi) certainly don't have the relationship with Diane and her family to have this be an expected an acceptable behavior on their part. Maybe I'm just old-fashioned (or old) but I think it's wrong.
That said, it all was written well, and I look forward to the rest of the story.
| Guest chapter 15 . 6/8/2017
This was another really good chapter. Kensi's backstory worked very well (even if it's different from canon), and explained the issues she had with the call and also with Deeks earlier in the week. I still think they were acting a bit childish, but it worked in the context of the story.
Two issues though: Why is Kensi taking the work SUV? If anyone sees her when she's in San Diego, or coming back, that will be suspicious, and we know that at least one of the 'beach crew' is. Also, Deeks not having the computer at his apartment isn't smart - they have already broken into and bugged the place, and if they come back they would wonder where it is. He wouldn't do that kind of work at Kensi's apartment, since she doesn't know about the robberies or that he has that kind of skill, just that he did time. Seems like a recipe for disaster, even if the crew is going to Vegas for a bit.