• Title: Flesh and Blood
  • Author: Tory Temple
  • ISBN: 9781610404556
  • Page: 328
  • Format: ebook
  • Flesh and Blood Originally published in To Serve and Protect How do you cope with the realization that not everyone respects your marriage Chance Shanahan and Tucker McBride know being in a same sex relationship isn
    Originally published in To Serve and Protect.How do you cope with the realization that not everyone respects your marriage Chance Shanahan and Tucker McBride know being in a same sex relationship isn t easy or common for men in their careers The two firefighters find ways to surmount the everyday obstacles, but eventually Tucker becomes and frustrated with theOriginally published in To Serve and Protect.How do you cope with the realization that not everyone respects your marriage Chance Shanahan and Tucker McBride know being in a same sex relationship isn t easy or common for men in their careers The two firefighters find ways to surmount the everyday obstacles, but eventually Tucker becomes and frustrated with the roadblocks two gay men must face His anger soon consumes him and threatens the very foundation his and Chance s relationship is built on Is there any way that Chance can help Tucker see that the only opinion that matters is their own

    One Reply to “Flesh and Blood”

    1. Flesh and Blood is a fairly short read and focuses on the issues that Tucker and Chance continue to encounter being domestic partners rather than legally married. And since they didn't even have the option of legally marrying when this book was published, it seems to Tucker to be an insurmountable issue.Tucker really has a hard time in Flesh and Blood because, while he and Chance have considered themselves married since they got their matching tattoo's, no one else seems to respect their union. [...]

    2. I read this because I had read the earlier books in the series years ago, and apparently after this, tory temple and chris owen decided to completely blaspheme their most popular couples by throwing them together in some bizarre tangle of WTF, and of course I'm going to read that shit, so I felt like I needed to get this one under my belt first.So that's why I read this, and it's like. man, we've all really grown over the last 7-8 years, you know? Because this is the crap I used to read?That's n [...]

    3. This one raises some issues which I’m not sure were resolved - the migraines; the respect issue that Tucker wants; Tucker’s need for something over and above, getting it from Chance.I would like to see them resolve an issue with out sex or storming out then sex as the M.O.And when will they ever learn about workplace sex!!!2.5*

    4. OK, then. Tucker's perspective is still not being seen, but at least he was better at explaining his issues.  His anger was definitely understood. It's interesting that we only see Chance's perspective, but the majority of the book is dealing with Tucker's problems. The characters are good and the story engaging.  Even after reading 3 books of these characters (one after the other), I still want to read more of them and learn more about them. It's funny, I was introduced to these characters [...]

    5. Chance and Tucker are easily one of my favorite set of characters. I love getting to revisit them in each of these installments. Their love is still as strong as ever, but as in real life everything isn't always golden. We watch Tucker really struggle with something that is so at the forefront of our society today. Equality for gay couples. Tuck struggles with not being recognized as Chance's partner. A trip to the hospital where Chance is asked to leave the room, even after Tucker asks for him [...]

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