This is because I can’t seem to leave well enough alone.

I like NCIS. I mean really. Well. I like the first two seasons of the show & parts of the rest. So I am writing what I like. How I like. And if you don’t like? I don’t really think I care. Just remember what the back button is for and we will all be happy.



Title: A Fabulous First Date
Fandom: NCIS, Numb3rs
Pairings: Ian/Tony
Prompt: First Date
Warnings: None
Words: 1260
Summary: First dates were always interesting to go on.


Title: Agent Very Far Afloat
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: Stargate, Stargate: Atlantis, NCIS, Numb3rs
Warnings: Canon Typical, mention of sexual assault and major character death
Word Count: 83,578
Summary: He had never expected that becoming an Agent Afloat would lead him so far off the beaten track!


Title: Done
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: NCIS, Numb3rs
Warnings: None
Thursday Prompt: Castles
Word Count: 1262
Summary: Is this storming the castle? Or sallying forth?


Title: Fuck You Very Much
Fandom: Iron Man, NCIS
Pairings: Tony/Dominic
Challenge: July 2020, Year of the Sentinel
Warnings: Canon Typical Bullshit
Word Count: 21,955
Summary: When Tony came home from Afghanistan, he didn’t go to Malibu like he originally wanted to, he went to New York. He had to get the stopgap crap out of his arc reactor and the best place to do that was in the lab he had made out of the remnants of Howard’s lab. And he needed to be on hand for the NCIS agent who wanted to talk to him about the men who had died for him in the convoy. Tony couldn’t let them die in vain, so he stayed close. Good thing.


Title: Gathering the Troops
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: SG1, SGA, NCIS
Warnings:  Canon Typical
Wordcount: 4018
Prompt: “John Sheppard is contemplating retiring and going back to Earth, but McKay has quite a bit to say about that stupid idea.”
Summary: Calvary is all well and good. But sometimes you need boots on the ground when you mount a rescue.
Related Posts: #1: Orders, #2: Cavalry


Title: Huh?
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: NCIS
Warnings: None
Challenge Prompt: Hedgehog
Word Count: 865
Summary: There was a hedgehog swimming in the punch bowl.


Title: Lion Rampart
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: NCIS, Criminal Minds, The Sentinel
Warnings: Death of original characters, mental assault, canon typical stuff
Word Count: 42,880
Summary: There are more than wolves out there. Sometimes, a Guide is a lion


Title: A Lion’s Roar
Fandom: NCIS, Numbers, SGA
Pairings: Tony/Ian, Jack/Daniel
Challenge: July 2020, Year of the Sentinel
Warnings: Canon Typical Bullshit
Word Count: 16,860
Summary: Tony had been shanghaied (did people get shanghaied now?) into becoming a Fed. It wasn’t bad, but he honestly felt like there should be something else he should be doing. But he soldiered on through FLETC, making sure that he left his mark on the place. New place, new job, new expectations and he had a broken give a fuck. Then everything went to shit when the prettiest man he’d ever seen was brought in to teach them sniping.


Title: New Horizons
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: NCIS, SG1
Warnings: None
Character Prompt Fic: Tony DiNozzo
Word Count: 691
Summary: Tony is done


Title: Playing With the Big Bad Wolf
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: SG1, NCIS
Relationships: O’Neill/DiNozzo
Wordcount: 5670
Summary: Jack really is the biggest wolf in the room and Tony totally wants to eat him up


Title: Puzzle Pieces
Challenge: Big Moxie 2022: Shifter
Fandom: NCIS, James Bond
Relationship: Tony DiNozzo/Alec Trevelyan
Warnings: None
Word Count: 5530
Summary: A semi-immortal being and a werewolf start dating.
Author’s Note: This goes with a RT story that I wrote a few years ago. I’m trying to finish it, but here’s a bit in that universe.


Title: Round Two
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: NCIS, MacGyver
Warnings: None
Character Prompt Fic: Jack Dalton
Word Count: 1002
Summary: Jack spends some quality time with a friend of his


Title: Self-Respect
Fandom: NCIS, Criminal Minds
Pairing: None
Prompt: Big Moxie 2022: Canon Divergence
Warnings: Canon Typical
Wordcount: 6157
Summary: A small change can have some large ripples


Title: Terms of… Endearment?
Fandom: NCIS, H50
Pairings: The Mothership
Prompt: Terms of Endearment
Warnings: None
Wordcount: 1238
Summary: Hiding in plain sight is a skill. Also, a great deal of fun some days.


Title: Time to Face the Music
Fandom: NCIS
Pairings: None
Challenge: None
Warnings: Canon Typical Bullshit
Word Count: 426
A/N: This was sparked by Jilly and Keira talking on a Radio Show


Title: Wit-Sec: SGC Style
Author: Ladyholder
Fandom: SG1, NCIS, Fast and the Furious, CSI-Miami
Warnings: None
Word Prompt Fic: Survival
Word Count: 685
Summary: So, where do you hide the people who need the deepest, darkest hole ever? Find the best hole in the universe.



  1. Helengloucester

    I followed the link from Keira’s site and I just need to tell you how much I am enjoying this story. So much so that (with your permission) I would like to print it out and bind it to go alongside the stories I’ve printed and bound by Keira. Great writing! Hugs, Hxx

  2. I agree with you on the first two seasons. It just wasn’t the same after Kate died. I must confess that I never really liked Ziva and I think that tainted the show for me. Plus they keep kicking Tony.

  3. I’m a fan of NCIS especially the early years though the addition of Ziva to the team never sat right with me nor the way in which Tony came to be written/perceived … as a bit of a buffoon, rather than the competent investigator and agent he was who used pranks and jokes to lighten up a job full of heartbreak and tragedy. The series has grown progressively more and more dark. Perhaps because the real world has become so as well. I’m looking forward to reading Lion Rampant.

  4. Christian Meyer

    I love your story Lion Rampart.

  5. I just found this story and it’s fantastic!

  6. I love a Lion’s Roar. I’ve read it several times. I keep hoping that someday you’ll write about them working at the SGC. Always love Tony and Ian.

  7. I enjoy your Tony. You make him competent and likeable

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