Christmas Awards 2011

Sunday, 23 August 2015

The Good Fight

The Good Fight by Andrew Grey

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

September 2012

ISBN: 978-1-61372-736-2

Pages: 200

Contemporary Romance m/m

South Dakota

Jerry Lincoln has an IT consulting business in Sioux Falls and he has a problem as he has more work than one man can handle alone. That means he needs to hire some help.  John Black Raven is Jerry’s new employee. He is also proving to be distracting.  Jerry hopes he will be more helpful than anything because he is finding that John’s deep eyes and long hair are very distracting.

John left the reservation for an education and a chance at a life that wasn’t possible on the reservation. What is most important as far as he is concerned is getting a job and keeping it.  His sister died six months ago and now her children are in foster care.  John can’t get custody even with the law on his side.  In fact he is unable to even see his nephew and niece.

John soon discovers he doesn’t have to struggle alone as he and Jerry grow closer.  With Jerry’s help he gets visitation rights and some much needed support.  Even with the victories there are still some setbacks. Native American children are the bread and butter of Child Services so everything is tangled up in red tape, politics and money. John and Jerry are determined to fight the good fight and win. 

This is a story that pulls at readers heartstrings and will have readers hoping everything works out for the best for John and Jerry.  The characters are well written and the story line proves to be so engrossing that readers will find it hard to put the book down for any reason.  For readers that enjoy this genre this is definitely a book to check out and they will find that they will want to read more from this author.  The story keeps building until the climatic end.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses


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