What if when Ziva and McGee had turned off the radio, Tony had ended up in a deadly situation and needed their help? Will his teammates realize something is wrong in time to save both their partner and the victim? And what happens when the real reason why Tony didn’t have any back-up is revealed? Will Team Gibbs survive the truth? Or will it be the end of them?
Word Count: 45,614
Tony comes into an unexpected legacy when he turns forty, and Gibbs meets a rat who knows a little too much about his sex life. Once word gets out about Tony, there’s an alphabet war going on for his talents that puts him and everyone he loves at risk.
Word Count: 129,017
No species is all good or all evil. The tok’ra like to believe they are the “good” side of the onac race–the symbiotes who developed into the goa’uld. However, the tok’ra never mention Shamash or Samas, the ancient Sumerian god who was really one of the early queens. She (or really Samas prefers to be called a he) remembers the onac before the corruption of Ra, and he tried to lead his people back to a life in the water. He failed. However, thousands of years later, one gunnery sergeant on a suicide mission stumbled into a South American river, and Samas found he had another chance. The SGC and later Atlantis gave Samas a chance to save his people and make a few changes for the better in this universe. Samas once allowed Ra to take everything away from him. This time Samas is going to make sure his people are strong enough to stand up to any enemy. And to serve that end, he’s going to make sure that those that he trusts–Tony, John, Rodney, Teyla, Ronon, Elizabeth, Major Teldy, Radek, Miko, Kyli and others–have the power to combat anyone who tries to take Atlantis from them.
Word Count: 461,021