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Forced Training

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Gibbs is ordered to train a very special slave against his wishes. (NCIS fanfic)
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Published December 6th 2010 by Self Published
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Danny Tyran
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First NCIS slash fanfic I've read! Really enjoyed this story of Gibbs and Tony. Loved the world - sort of an alternate reality type of place where terrorists did much damage and, in order to protect the USA, slavery of terrorists was condoned. The terrorist or anyone associated gets trained to be a slave in every fashion by being broken. I gotta say - if you have ANY hankering to see Gibbs wield a flogger or paddle then you have to read this! Great story! If you enjoyed this one try Marked Yours ...more
Vivian Archer
Pretty good. Radical temperament change in Tony mid story that is very abrupt and the scenes became repetitive. Probably would like it more if I actually watched the show.
Caitlyn
Not my favorite but really good
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