The Fight Within
A Book in the Good Fight Series Bryce Morton needs a change of scenery. Since his partner’s death a year ago, he’s become withdrawn and quiet, so his friends, Jerry Lincoln and Akecheta (John) Black Raven, convince him to go camping with them on a Sioux reservation. Though he’s not immediately... show more
A Book in the Good Fight Series Bryce Morton needs a change of scenery. Since his partner’s death a year ago, he’s become withdrawn and quiet, so his friends, Jerry Lincoln and Akecheta (John) Black Raven, convince him to go camping with them on a Sioux reservation. Though he’s not immediately sure he’s done the right thing, Bryce becomes more interested when he meets Paytah, the man who owns the reservation's trading post. Paytah Stillwater's life is filled with hurt, and sometimes the only thing he has left is pride. After being abused as a child and disbelieved when he spoke up, he has withdrawn into himself—but he can never truly put his past behind him, because the source of his pain still lives on the reservation. Paytah is proud of his heritage and careful with his heart, but when Bryce commits a selfless act of kindness for one of the reservation’s children, the walls around Paytah’s heart begin to melt. Bryce and Paytah each fight the pain within them. When Paytah's abuser sets his sights on one of the reservation youngsters, Bryce and Paytah must set their individual fights aside. Finding a way to stop the abuser unites them to fight their way forward—together.
Publish date: March 4th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 206
Edition language: English
Series: The Good Fight (#2)
Bryce's boyfriend that we hear of in book one dies??? WAIT. I REMEMBER HIS NAME. Was it Percy? Why does he die D:How is that even fair? And why does Paytah become Payton at the end of the blurb?
A good, and powerfully moving story. I appreciated the author's sensitive handling of difficult, and timely topics without having the book feel preachy, or like an issues book. The characters are well developed, and I like that it's not about one saving or fixing the other, but about them supporting...
2.5 stars So let me preface this by saying that I really liked book one, [b:The Good Fight|15826297|The Good Fight (The Good Fight, #1)|Andrew Grey|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1344870069s/15826297.jpg|21558216]. Also, I appreciate that the author is bringing awareness to problems currently plagu...
So it looks like I'm in the minority here with my little two-star review. While this book was not horrible it just didn't work at all for me. The entirety of the development of the relationship - from a life long hatred and distrust of white people to I love you took two weeks. Sorry. Just not buyin...
I really love the fact that I have learned things from this series!I stayed up way to late on a work night to finish this, it's an addicting story.