Macavity by LadyRa

Title:  Macavity
Author:  Lady Ra
Fandom:  NCIS with an Avengers Crossover
Pairing:  Gibbs/DiNozzo, secondary Phil Coulson/Clint Barton
Rating:  NC-17
Warnings: Fluff, gratuitous reference to Disney movies, minor comic book violence
Genre: Romance, Humor, First Time
Word Count:  72,813


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.

Why You Should Read This:

This is freaking awesome. Lady Ra has built the most fascinating universe here and she’s rocked it.

Your first, and only, clue: Macavity is a fictional character who is described in a poem in Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, by T. S. Eliot. He also appears in Cats, the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

It starts with the usual Tony and Jethro dancing around each other, pining and never quite sure the other would really like him ‘that way.’

On the eve of Tony’s 40th birthday, he gets a mysterious phone call about a legacy and not to hurt those that come first. Tony’s all WTF? and Gibbs, protecting his best agent (um, yeah, right) gets Abby on the case only to find there is no record of a phone call.

Tony’s legacy comes forward… well, creeps forward to be honest… and Gibbs is a rock in helping deal with Tony’s confusion and amazing life change.

Learning to deal with the legacy becomes a full time job and it’s fun to watch the good ‘guys’ come into Tony’s life and bad guys circle around.

It’s hot, sweet, and funny.


  1. You beat me to it. Loved this story. Justin is particulary adorable.

    • I hustled to rec it about as soon as I read it… 🙂

      I *knew* someone else would rec it if I didn’t… it was a fun read!

  2. I second this Rec. Wonderful story, wonderful characters. Read it!

  3. I’m not even into NCIS, and have seen the Marvel movies, so I had no clue coming into this. But I get this email from elderwitty, my cowriter, and it said, “I don’t care that you don’t watch NCIS. I don’t care if you don’t know who Phil Coulson is. All you need to know is that she has all the NCIS characters exactly right, and Coulson, too. It’s hilarious, and awesome, and I simply must share it with you!”

    And that’s all she had to write! I just finished this, and freaking LOVED it! Now I need to start watching NCIS. Dammit! Another TV series… Such a hard life. 🙂

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