Two days later, Tony was sitting in his office waiting for the DiNozzo family banker to arrive. He’d been quite surprised to find that the man was more than willing to come to the US just to have a conversation about the trust, but he probably shouldn’t have been. Old World banking practices were different in some ways from the way things were done in the US.
The phone on Tony’s desk beeped, signaling a call coming through. He’d asked Donna to get Harvey on the phone so he could warn the man that he’d have a NCIS investigator in his office for the foreseeable future. Knowing Harvey, as soon as he heard why, he’d be wound up and raring to go after Senior.
Tony settled in and cleared his throat. He hadn’t planned to involve Vance in his personal business, at least until he had a clearer idea of what his personal business entailed. But, he also realized that if he were going to use NCIS resources to investigate his father, he needed to get Vance’s buy-in.
Tony DiNozzo breezed through the outer office and made a beeline for his desk, breathing a sigh of relief that his assistant wasn’t sitting there with her disapproving face on. He wasn’t late enough to earn that frown, he didn’t think, but Donna ran a tight ship and he was constantly disrupting her best-laid plans.
Tony DiNozzo finally feels like he’s in a good place. After the upheaval of the last year, life has settled down. He has a job he loves, good friends he can depend on, and the love of a little girl he can’t imagine living without. And then someone walks into his office and turns his life upside down once again. What happens next will either break him, or it’ll be the best thing that’s ever happened to him.