The Good Fight
Publish date: September 3rd 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: The Good Fight (#1)
Reviewer: Stephen Genre: M/M Contemporary Review: This book had been on my "Must Read" list for a while so when I saw that it was available for review as an audio-book I jumped at the chance. What I knew going in was that the story centered on Jerry Lincoln a gay man who'd moved back from San Fr...
Angry Indian saved by the White Man that tries to present itself as non-racist. Dry, boring narrative that felt cut-and-paste. One-dimensional characters who did things because of plot requirements.
What Aimee said. Most of it.I vaguely remember thinking it ended kind of abruptly, but most of the stuff was all resolved. Well, the immediate issues. The large, overarching issue is still looming, but then, that sort of thing hasn't really ever ended in RL society.
I felt like I was floating on a lake while reading this. No ripples, just calm water as far as the eye can see.There was the bit about fighting social services for custody of the 2 children. I suppose that should count for some action. But other than that, nothing. I couldn't feel any emotion for an...
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