Jake and Tor return in this long-awaited sequel to the bestselling Bareback! Having bought the ranch they've worked on for so long, they're now the proud owners of a spread of their own. There's more than enough on their plate coping with their new responsibilities and their arguments over ranch... show more
Jake and Tor return in this long-awaited sequel to the bestselling Bareback! Having bought the ranch they've worked on for so long, they're now the proud owners of a spread of their own. There's more than enough on their plate coping with their new responsibilities and their arguments over ranch management, and it's not long before even more trouble hits.When he learns his sister has died in an automobile accident, Jake is crushed. His grief is tempered by Tor's loving support, but they're forced to be apart while Jake deals with the family. When they bring Jake's nephew back to the ranch, things stretch to the breaking point. From the day to day difficulties of running the ranch to dealing with a teenager who's just lost his mother, Jake and Tor wonder if they'll be able to survive.In the fury of the storm, the two men fall back on the one thing that can get them through. Each other. Can they keep it together when everything seems to be falling apart around them?Chris Owen gives Jake and Tor a triumphant return, bringing back a cast of characters that are as well-loved as they are in love with each other. Settle in against the storm and read Natural Disaster today!
Publish date: January 23rd 2007
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 232
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
Series: Bareback (#2)
'Natural Disaster' is the final re-read from Jake and Tor's story. It's probably been at least a couple of years since I read these books and I really enjoyed revisiting this series. This one wasn't as angst filled as 'Bareback' but I still found it to be equally as interesting. The sex was less fr...
Like one really long epilogue, this story is the happy ending that brokeback mtn should have had. I can even see the characters as heath ledger and jake jilenhall. They deserved a hea.Bareback missed some story opportunities, like the Del hopper thing, or someone cutting the fence intentionally, so...
Good writing, but not original, exciting or even interesting. The first part was ok with a very sensitive description about coping with the loss of a family member. But that remained the highlight. It felt like a repetition of the first book, although it mostly wasn't. Normally I like stories that f...
I love epilogues, just love them. I think every book should have one =) this story was like Bareback's epilogue in book form. Jake and Tor are now established and have learnt to put into practice all the lessons they learnt the hard way in the previous book. It was nice reading about them and especi...
I really enjoyed this sequel. It had a much more mature feel than the first in that the guys were actually having to deal with real life. There isn't sex every other page as there was in the first either. It was really nice to see the developments Jake and Tor made in their relationship, and the ...