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Author:
Julia Talbot
ISBN13:
978-1933389608
ISBN:
1933389605
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Publisher:
Torquere Press (April 12, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
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1909 kb
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1113 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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847

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By Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga. The booze was flowing like the river herself, pouring freely and Bartholome was feeling no pain. You gon’ make us some babies, cher? Old Ouisa sipped her drink, bare feet swinging. He’d had a little more to drink than ever before, his cheeks bright with little numb spots. A pack couldn’t ask for better. He leaned against the back of his lawn chair, watching the celebration, a goofy smile on his face. You gon’ make us some babies, cher? Old Ouisa sipped her drink, bare feet swinging

Jed Thatcher figures there comes a point when a man has to think about changing career paths. Especially when that man is his. Eli Marshall loves his job as a smokejumper, though, and isn't convinced her should move on to something safer. Besides, he figures Jed's own job of flying tourists into snowstorms isn't all that much better. While they wrangle over that, Jed's brother Ross has a problem of his own to sort out. His boyfriend Kevin is having second thoughts about their life together, and it's causing a rift Ross isn't sure they can breach. The brothers struggle with their problems and live their lives day to day with a cast of unforgettable characters, from all too knowing moms to a pack of adoring dogs. The Thatchers of Jumping Into Things are back, and there's nothing these good old boys can't handle as long as they stick together, even if it does seem like they might not land on their feet this time.
  • Oh my how emotional. So much happened in the second book of the series that I read in paperback form in November 2009. It was really nice how the author went back and forth between each chapter--with each brother's relationship. As well as going back in time.

    I was surprised that six years had passed. I thought it would start up where the first had left off right after Thanksgiving on Christmas visit to Colorado.

    California parachuting company. Definite trouble in paradise-- more than just regular fighting. It was terrible watching the disintegration of one relationship, while the other strengthened. The author showed how each man dealt with it, as well as the brothers.

    How difficult it was. Reaching out for comfort. Development of a friendship. Coming to help out of friendship and love. Making career changes to show the importance of their relationship.

    Two horrible scares. So much sadness, tears, hurting and loneliness. It is easy to see why other reviewers gave it low ratings. But if you go in knowing to bring a box of Kleenex then you have something to help get you through this very emotional read.

  • Was pleased to find another story bout these two couples, not pleased with the storyline about Ross and Kevin's relationship. It was to say the least not what you expected. When you read the book you will understand. Hope the author pairs them together again.

  • Jed and Eli have been together for six years now and things are going great. They are happy and in love. But when Jed's brother Ross calls and tells them that he and Kevin are having trouble, Eli starts to feel insecure about his relationship with Jed. They are often separated because of work. Eli is a smoke jumper and Jed is a pilot. It seems they are spending more and more time apart these days.

    Ross and Kevin are having trouble in their relationship again. They had run into the same problems before and were able to work through them. It doesn't look like they can work it out this time though. Ross is overbearing and Kevin wants some space. They have been growing apart for some time now and when Kevin accepts a job in Maryland, things go from bad to worse.

    Kevin heads to Maryland and Ross heads back to Colorado to spend some time with Jed and Eli. Ross is not dealing with the separation well; he is drinking too much and staying out all night and his unreliability is causing a rift between him and Jed. So, Ross moves out of Jed and Eli's house and he moves in with Brodie, a friend of theirs.

    Jed heads off to fly some tourists to Aspen and his plane goes down. Eli, Ross, and the rest of the Thatcher family as well as their friends are worried and head out to help find him. Ross calls Kevin who races to his side as well.

    When Jed is saved, he and Eli realize just how good they do have it and their love grows stronger. Unfortunately, Ross and Kevin have a rougher path to travel before they can begin to find happiness again.

    Half of this story is wonderful and the other half is heartbreaking. Eli and Jed have such passion and comfort in their relationship that I could just read about them forever. Unfortunately though, the happiness ends with them. I was very eager to read more about the Thatcher brothers and their lovers, but after reading Landing With Both Feet I just feel heartbroken and sad. Jed and Eli kept me from continuously weeping throughout this story. Although I think Landing With Both Feet is well written, it's not my kind of story. I felt depressed after reading it and that's not how I want to feel after reading a book.

    Nannette

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  • i'm thrilled julia talbot came up with such an original character like tank. he is what everyone looks for in a man. well, not just a man but a human being. when ross was dumped by kevin, his first lover he was devastated. he roamed about not knowing or caring where his life was going. that was until he had car trouble and stopped in this small out of the way town to get it repaired. there he met a large man with a sense of humor and a heart of gold. tank the owner and mechanic of the garage was the one person who was able to help ross find himself and in doing that they found each other. discovering he truly loved this man ross asked tank if he would go with him to meet his family. it was a joy to read how wonderful tank took to everyone and vice versa. meeting ross's family and friends meant a lot to tank but all in all he and ross couldn't wait until they headed back to the place they called home. julia talbot finally erased kevin from ross's thoughts and ours by giving us the readers a genuine character like tank to love. it's a warm, loving, and yes down right sexy read. pick up this book today. believe me you won't be sorry.

  • A quick read at 160+ pages that have w - i - d - e margins and blank pages or some with only a few sentences. The hoped-for character development that the first book needed didn't really materialize in this episodic book. It jumps back and forth between the brothers Ross and Jed, and then to a third location. Plus it jumps back and forth in time, for a page or a paragraph. It's a device used more effectively in other books, and one I don't particularly enjoy anyway. I skimmed a lot of this (including the required sex scenes) and found the dialogue a little forced. We get a little more of the Thatcher extended family, but it's not enough to satisfy. On to the third and (thankfully) final installment.