|Reviews for Night Time|
| Msdib chapter 1 . 3/26
Awesome story. The dialog was so perfect for each character that I could easily picture what was happening as if I were watching it on tv. But so much better than any tv episode! Thank you.
| Iuvsbruce chapter 10 . 5/18/2017
I have to make a comment on the court scenes! Beyond excellent! BRAVA!
| Iuvsbruce chapter 11 . 5/18/2017
Once again, I have no words... Thank you with all my heart! The scenes between Tony and both Gibbs' were flawless! You are truly AMAZING! God bless you, Sweetie!
| 5bumz22 chapter 11 . 4/15/2017
I don't know what to say...I am truly astonished by your work. you keep asking forgiveness for errors on medical jargon and court proceedings but to us mere mortals who wouldn't notice the mistakes anyway, the flow of the stories
you write are spot on! I can't praise you enough! this was so beyond extraordinary. I loved this story! is there a third one to this?
| 5bumz22 chapter 1 . 4/14/2017
I love mcgee looking at the ceiling and ziva at her shoes when Gibbs confronts abby about the "short straw", it is SO them! captured perfectly!
| AlaskanFan chapter 11 . 2/12/2017
Excellent research - love the team/family dynamics - including Jackson!
| abrant554 chapter 11 . 9/13/2016
This was amazing. The court scenes were so believable, well to me anyway. What a great job even though you put Tony through the wringer.
| abrant554 chapter 5 . 9/13/2016
With all the excitement of this chapter, you still managed to give us a moment of levity. It is really hard to read the torture that Tony is going through. :(
| Guest chapter 11 . 3/13/2016
Larry Jim Grislingtonson...sooooo funny. What an awesome story ! I bookmarked it so I can read it again...& again...& again...& ... One of the best NCIS ff ever !
| Holly70sgirl chapter 11 . 6/18/2015
Wow, this is amazing writing. Very good at keeping the characters true, love the dialogue, beautifully written. My favorite part? At the very end when Tony says, "that freakin, . . . Larry Jim Grisling, . . .ton, . . son. Always leaving stuff around." Classic Tony, . . . I laughed so hard, though I bust a gut. Thanks, great writing. Very much enjoyed reading it.
| Cassandra30 chapter 1 . 5/13/2015
| Guest chapter 11 . 12/8/2014
I lost count of how many times I read this, loved it every time.
| amaia chapter 11 . 11/22/2014
I read 'Withdrawal' & then 'Night Time' for the past week, & I gotta tell ya, I wish you would send your story to the NCIS writers. I couldn't put down either story til they were finished. The courtroom scenes were so real, & the characters were so believable. I'm in awe of your abilities... It's after 2am here, but I'm about to find another one of your stories; maybe I'll work my way thru all of them ! Thank you so much for the Tony, Tibbs, & Jackson/Tony (Jackony? Tackson?) 11-22-14
| Nina chapter 11 . 10/4/2014
Perfectly plotted, great writing style, always in character; most fantastic read I've had in a long time. Thank you for writing and sharing it!
| MidwestDreamer chapter 11 . 4/25/2014
I was fortunate enough to read "Withdrawal" in its entirety and then move right into "Night Time," so I hope you won't mind a joint comment on both stories; in my mind, I'm kind of thinking of them as one! (In retrospect, I probably should have been commenting on each chapter in each story, since there were so many wonderful moments; alas, hindsight is 20/20.)
You have the most amazing ear for voices, and manage to capture each and every one of these characters in such a way that I feel as if I'm watching an episode of the show. In addition, their mannerisms and actions ring true and it's very obvious you've done your homework! (A favorite bit from "Withdrawal" was the reference to Palmer's love of shoes; such a small snippet in terms of the show's lengthy history, but one that's always stood out for me... right up there with Palmer's abs! ;))
I found myself uttering a lot of rather unladylike language whenever Thomas Grayson and (especially) Cameron Scott were in action; they were completely believable villians- and I was quite glad when the ultimate demise of their plans fell squarely on Scott's shoulders with his purchase of the TracPhones.
The ending of this saga was brilliant and I'm so very glad you chose not to sugercoat things. It was a happy and hopeful way to finish while still acknowledging that what Tony went through was very real and not something that can just be put aside and ignored; again, the honesty of your writing had a huge impact, and I found myself fighting (happy) tears at the end. Thank you so much for two excellent stories; they were joys to read from start to finish.