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The FIO Verse by Kesterpan (NC-17)

Title : The FIOverse : Post Obsession Conversation, Figuring It Out and Second Law
Fandom: NCIS
Pairing: Gibbs/Dinozzo
Categories: Pre-slash/First time (in the first fic), Established relationship (in the 2nd and 3rd fics), Family, Case file, Friendship, Hurt/confort, Romance
Length: Super Epic ( 362,289 words)
Warnings: N/A

Author on LJ: N/A
Author Website: Kesterpan or faviconKesterpan

Summary:
Post Obsession Conversation: Gibbs and Tony have a rather revealing conversation following the events of Obsession. Picks up from the end of the episode.
Figuring It Out: Gibbs and Tony try to figure out where their relationship is headed after the revelations in Gibbs' basement. The team helps. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious.
Second Law: Gibbs and Tony continue to settle in to their new relationship and try to balance all the different aspects of their lives. As before, the team helps. Sometimes funny, sometimes not.

Review:
Here is a very nice verse following the Obsession episode during season 4.
The first fic is a perfect following to this episode. Their conversation is amazing and really show the connection between Gibbs and DiNozzo.
The second and third stories follow their growing relationship and deal with their lives in private and in their workplace. The problems are clearly posed and the author never shy away from them.
I really loved the athmosphere of this verse. The whole NCIS cast is well crafted. And the charaters are very much in character.
The cas files are also very realistic and well-written.
It's trully a must read in the NCIS fandom.

on fanfiction.net:
Post Obsession Conversation
Figuring It Out
Second Law

or on AO3:
FIO verse
Post Obsession Conversation
Figuring It Out
Second Law

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