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First Date

Fandom   - NCIS
Pairing     - Tony / Gibbs
Rating      - R-15
Summary - Gibbs takes Tony out to dinner. Vaguely follows on from 'Happy Birthday'.

# 2 in the Tony / Gibbs series. Full list here

 

First Date.

 

 

Tony DiNozzo looked at his watch and frowned. Gibbs was late. He had been very specific about Tony being ready at exactly 7:15 but it was 7:16 now. Tony paced back across his lounge, not wanting to admit to himself that he was actually getting nervous. It was stupid, he told himself. It wasn’t like he and Gibbs had never spent time together, it was just that they’d gone straight from being friends and colleagues to bed via a drunken confession at his birthday party. As much fun as that had been, it probably wasn’t the best way to start a relationship. And said relationship seemed to have followed the same path as that first night; they’d been seeing each other for about a month now, but they seemed to have spent the majority of that in bed.   

 

Today, Gibbs had decided that was going to change. Tony had been a little surprised when he had suggested that rather than him cooking, as the original plan had been, that they go out instead. He hadn’t been told anything apart from ‘wear something smart casual’ and ‘I’ll pick you up at 7:15’. Now, he was pacing about like a nervous teenager waiting for his date to show up and thinking that maybe he should go and change this shirt for the first one he’d chosen and then rejected. As his subconscious pointed out just how ridiculous he was being, Tony forced himself to stop and sit down.

 

Hearing a car outside, Tony hurried to the window to see the cab pull up to the kerb, and went to get his jacket. Moments later, there was a knock at his door.

 

“You clean up nice,” Gibbs said, looking Tony over speculatively.

 

Tony smiled. “Not so bad yourself, Jethro.”

 

Now that was an understatement. Gibbs looked fine in the black trousers and dark blue shirt but the thing that really got Tony’s attention was the leather jacket. It looked like his suit jackets, similar style, but in black leather and it suited Gibbs perfectly. He locked up and followed Gibbs to the waiting cab.

 

“So, you never did tell me where we were going.”

 

“I didn’t, did I?”

 

Tony frowned. “Well?”

 

“You’ll find out when we get there, DiNozzo.”

 

Whatever Tony had been expecting, it wasn’t the Italian restaurant that the cab pulled up in front of. He had always thought Gibbs to be more of a beer and steaks kind of a guy. Inside, they were shown to a table. When he looked around, Tony saw that the majority of the other diners were couples, and for a split second he wondered what they thought of him and Gibbs. They were the only male pair in the place. He glanced over at Gibbs and he could see the same wondering in his eyes too. It was only when he realised that not one of the other diners gave a damn about anything but the person they were with and their food that he actually relaxed.

 

“You didn’t have to do this, you know,” he said as they left the restaurant an hour later.

 

They’d had a few glasses of wine with their meal, which explained why Gibbs had informed him they were taking a cab and not driving tonight, and now they set off toward home. Tony had suggested that they get a cab back but Gibbs had vetoed that idea, instead pointing out that it was a nice night for a walk. It was actually better this way; they could talk out here without the annoyance of a cab driver listening in.

 

Gibbs smiled. “Yeah, I did. Listen, Tony, I don’t want you to think that this is just sex,” he said. “I wanted to do this right.”

 

Tony couldn’t help but chuckle. “I see it now,” he teased. “Under that tough-as-nails persona, you’re just a hopeless romantic, aren’t you?”

 

“No. Well, maybe a bit,” Gibbs admitted reluctantly. “But if you ever tell anyone else-”

 

Tony laughed, holding up his hands in mock-surrender. “Your secret’s safe with me.”

 

“I mean what I said before, Tony. I’m not a casual kind of a guy and, despite how we started, I don’t want you to think that’s what this is.”

 

Tony stopped walking and turned to face Gibbs. “I know.”

 

They walked the rest of the short distance back to Tony’s home, strolling companionably through the quiet streets.

 

“Tell me, Jethro, what happens now you’ve walked me to my door?” Tony asked, still teasing lightly as they approached his door. “Do you kiss on a first date?”

 

Gibbs stepped closer. “I think that would be OK.”

 

Tony raised an eyebrow quizzically. “Just ‘OK’, huh? Then your dates ain’t been doing it right.”

 

“Maybe you better educate me then, hotshot,” Gibbs shot back. “Actions speak louder than words.”

 

Tony was on him before he could even finish his sentence, claiming his lips in a passionate kiss. Gibbs melted into it, mentally noting that he really should provoke Tony more often if this was the result.

 

Seconds later, they were interrupted by the sound of someone knocking on a window. Tony glanced around and then groaned, dropping his forehead to Gibbs’ shoulder.

 

“My neighbour, the old busybody,” he whispered, then looked up at the old woman’s face that was peering back at him through the window of the next house. Though there was glass between them, he could almost hear the disapproving tut. That was it, he thought; by tomorrow, the entire neighbourhood will know that he was ‘conducting himself inappropriately with a man out in the street’. That’s how she’d put it, making it seem so much worse than just a kiss.

 

He pasted a false smile on his face and waved at her, making her huff and drop the curtain back down.

 

“Sorry if I got you into trouble,” Gibbs told him, though he didn’t look in the slightest bit apologetic. He actually seemed amused by it all.

 

Tony glanced back at the window, knowing that she’d be back any minute to check that he wasn’t doing anything else she disapproved of.

 

“’You wanna come in?”  Tony asked. “You don’t have to if you don’t want, I mean, if you think that’s too forward for our first date.”

 

Gibbs nodded. “Screw first date etiquette,” he said.

 

“Oh, I can think of better things to screw,” Tony quipped, letting them in.

 

Whatever good intentions Gibbs may have had at the beginning of the evening vanished as he stood in Tony’s bedroom doorway and watched the man shed his clothes in a seductive striptease.

 

“You just going to stand there all night?” Tony asked. “Because you’re way overdressed for what I had in mind.”

 

Gibbs smiled and tossed his jacket over the back of a chair as he went into the room. Tony dropped onto the bed in a boneless sprawl, propped up against the pillows, hands behind his head as he watched Gibbs undress.

 

“That’s better-”

 

Tony suddenly had an armful of Gibbs and whatever else he was about to say went completely out of his mind.

 

Hours later, Tony lay exhausted in his bed with Gibbs cuddled up against him. He only hoped they’d been quiet enough not to give the neighbours anything else to gossip about.

 

“This wasn’t exactly how I planned tonight ending,” Gibbs told him.

 

Tony pressed a kiss to his shoulder. “Not complaining, are you?”

 

“No.”

 

“Good, because this was exactly how I imagined my night ending,” Tony informed him.

 

 

 

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End

 

Comments

( 14 comments — Leave a comment )
samueljames
Nov. 24th, 2009 10:07 pm (UTC)
So nice of Gibbs to arrange a proper date. They'd already skipped a few steps ahead but I'm sure neither of them minds *g*

I love the way you write these two and the way you write Tony/Tim.
I'm a fan of both pairings.
ebonyfeather
Nov. 24th, 2009 10:48 pm (UTC)
Thank you! It really makes my day to know that you're enjoying my fics and to get lovely comments such as this.
singer_s_lament
Dec. 6th, 2009 06:15 pm (UTC)
I really like this little series you have going for Tony/Jethro and hope that you write a few more. *begs*
ebonyfeather
Dec. 6th, 2009 07:19 pm (UTC)
Good news, there is another coming soon (I thought it might be a bit too early to be posting my christmas fics, even though they've been written for weeks)
ferneberga
Dec. 13th, 2009 05:46 pm (UTC)
A delightful fic, I really enjoyed it and liked the idea of the busybody, no neighbourhood is complete without one :-)

Nice icon too
ebonyfeather
Dec. 13th, 2009 09:55 pm (UTC)
Thanks- glad you liked it.
sexycazzy
Dec. 13th, 2009 06:16 pm (UTC)
Brilliant! Loved it very much! Aww, Gibbs is really a softie at heart - arranging for them to go on a proper date - that was sweet!

:-) Can't wait for more of this series! (hopefully!)

ebonyfeather
Dec. 13th, 2009 09:56 pm (UTC)
Glad you enjoyed this- there is one more installment ready to post... Thanks for reading.
milanthruil
Dec. 13th, 2009 06:36 pm (UTC)
Aww, Tony and Gibbs on a date! So adorable! *is a romantic*

This series is completely brilliant. :D
ebonyfeather
Dec. 13th, 2009 09:57 pm (UTC)
Thank you! They're cute together so they're just so easy to write...
kitrina23
Dec. 13th, 2009 08:03 pm (UTC)
Sweet and cute. “Good, because this was exactly how I imagined my night ending,” Tony informed him.
Most likely how he'd imagined his night if it happened in canon. :D
Come on, he's a DiNozzo, and he has a rep to hold up! XD


<3
ebonyfeather
Dec. 13th, 2009 09:58 pm (UTC)
Definitely! Thanks for reading- glad you liked it
starbuckssue
Dec. 13th, 2009 09:19 pm (UTC)
Lovely follow up - I like the way Tony was thinking! So this is number two in the series, I am hoping that this means there will be more as the relationship progresses? Pretty please?
ebonyfeather
Dec. 13th, 2009 09:59 pm (UTC)
Glad you enjoyed it. There is one more Tony/Gibbs fic ready to post- the christmas one.
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