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The Fight Within (The Good Fight Book 2) by [Grey, Andrew]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1781 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
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  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (3 Mar. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BORQZKM
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I have read nearly all of Andrew's books now and have never been disappointed. Some of his novels are in series, so best to read the description first, to determine what order to buy them in, even if you do not read in order in each series, they are all highly enjoyable and will fall into place with the characters. I can easily highly recommend any of his books, as a big fan and have thoroughly enjoyed each and everyone. Well worth the read and money.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x92b481bc) out of 5 stars 30 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92b72d38) out of 5 stars Strong Sequel Touching Sensitive Issues and Offering a Tender Romance 15 Mar. 2013
By Sophia Rose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
What I have appreciated about the books I've read by this author and made me hunt down his back list of works for my wish list or in this case seek out the opportunity to read the latest as soon as I could are a few things: the warm overtones of family and friendship, characters with depth who are flawed yet have potential to grow, difficult and troubling challenges for characters to surmount, respect for differences and the diversity around us and nice bits of action tossed in for good measure.

In this sequel to 'The Good Fight', which I recommend that you read first since the backdrop and recurring characters make better sense then, it is Bryce's turn to have his story told. Bryce Morton was a secondary character in 'The Good Fight' and a favorite of mine. I was excited to see that he was to be a lead in this one. But oh no- tissue please- the story begins with Bryce experiencing tragedy in the form of his fiance being taken from him just days before his wedding. He has family and friends to support him, but his grief is deep and must run the coarse and let time heal him.

Jerry and John worry about their friend so they talk Bryce into coming with them and the kids to spend time on the reservation where they'll teach computer classes, do some programing work and visit with John's family particularly his dad who's come home from the oil fields to spend time with his family. Bryce reluctantly agrees. His reluctance soon turns to intrigue when he runs up against the abrupt anger and rudeness of Paytah Stillwater on a few occasions when he's helping teach a computer software class and when he must shop at Paytah's store.

Bryce is prepared to chalk Paytah's attitude up to the age old skin color prejudice which was John's apologetic explanation to him after the first time it happened, but instinctively he is drawn to Paytah and wants to get a closer look sensing there is more to it. And so begins a tentative something between these two very outwardly different men who have both experienced pain in their lives. Bryce is coming out of his pain finally and ready to look to his future, but for Paytah, he has lived with his pain a long time and it goes deep- yes another tissue was necessary here. Bryce becomes the catalyst that allows Paytah to begin to heal. Bryce and Paytah have reached out to each other and are forging a relationship through fire as Paytah secrets inflame the community on the reservation and force people to take sides and take stands. There is still the external barrier they must face namely the fact that they live in two separate worlds and neither of them can see a way to bridge the chasm.

The story was superb not that I expected anything less after reading the first story in the series. Like its predecessor, this book flows at a gentle pace with spikes of action or passion, but for the most part it is character-driven. Usually I would be nervous to read a story where the author tackled issues that are like tip-toeing through a minefield. Whether it was Native American/White relations or child abuse and neglect, the author handled them with care and sympathy. But the book is not heavy and morose. For instance, there is this scene in the beginning that had me laughing at Bryce. Bryce is in the van on the way to the reservation with Jerry, John and the kids when he discovers -horror of all- that they're all going camping. I love camping particularly in the Mountain states, but I've seen that expression on that family member's face when they picture being eaten alive by wild beasts when you invite them to go with you. Bryce does not get the camping trip from hell, but gets to experience the best part of camping and an unexpected gift- the serenity of sitting around a campfire staring up at the clear night sky with only the sounds of nature to intrude allowing his soul to heal.

I enjoy how the relationship is handled too. Bryce's healing began before he pursued something with Paytah and later there is a slow down for both men to make sure that Paytah's attraction was not just out of gratitude. There is also the fact that barriers like Bryce's job and feelings of not being accepted are not just swept under the carpet once love is declared.

It was great to meet up again with Jerry, John, the kids and John's folks. Jerry and John have forged a strong relationship and a beautiful family together. Mato cracked me up with his donut cravings (me too pal).

Oh and a caution to those who might have an empathetic past with child exploitation through abuse, there is no actual scene where it is present, but it is referenced to with a the littlest of details.

I can recommend this series/book to those who enjoy heartwarming m/m contemporary romance.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92b72d8c) out of 5 stars An honest love story 18 April 2013
By MLE - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
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 each other, and reaching out to others for the help that they need. There was no healing sex, no instant love, and no easy answers. It was a story that examined what it means to be brave, and how people move on after tragedy. There is no perfect happily ever after, but it doesn't prevent the story from having a more honest happy ending. One of my new favorite series.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Kandi - Published on Amazon.com
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This the only book I have read and gave a 5 star rating. This story is very personal to me. It took awhile for me to gain the courage to read it. I am so glad that I did.
It is a beautiful romance. I wept with the pain of Bryce and Paytah. I laughed with them. At the very end I cried with happiness for them.
This book will make you think. It will make you hold your children close. It will make you appreciate those you love a little more.
A genuine love story. You will become a part of the story. That I think is what makes a great story, when you are no longer the reader but a participant in the story.
HASH(0x92fb9a50) out of 5 stars First book by Andrew Grey 5 stars! 19 Jun. 2013
By D. Christopher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I realized shopping on amazon books, Andrew Grey has a big reputation for great male stories/novels... So I decided to give him a shot and bought "The Fight Within". When I first started reading I stopped at the first few pages only because I thought the story was too mature for me, (me being just 20). I was thinking this book was for an older audience but after getting into the characters and reading more I loved it. The connection and character development was spot on. I was so happy to continue reading and the ending was so perfect! I was very happy with this book. If your a young reader wanting to try something a little bit different I would suggest this.
HASH(0x92b758d0) out of 5 stars I was surprised and not in a good way. This audio book comes in at just ... 20 Mar. 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Before I start this I must give a disclaimer – This book contains talk about child rape, sexual games and even though the adult MC that is reliving his horror’s the pedophile is still active and hurting young boys in the story. I do have to add WE DO NOT get to actually re-live the events, but some people have a hard time just knowing it’s in a book. And since the blurb does not tell us this, I was surprised and not in a good way.

This audio book comes in at just over seven hours and over all it was enjoyable if at times hard to listen to. Bryce has had a roller –coaster year. Two days before his marriage his fiancé is killed in a freak accident. And he has been existing, but not living for the last year. Jerry and John he’s co workers and best friends have had enough and decide that he needs to spend some time with them on John’s reservation. Once on the reservation Bryce meets Paytah, a man that appears a few years older than him but with a huge chip on his shoulder. Bryce by nature is a happy person and has decided that John and Jerry are right; it’s time to live again. Paytah sees this young man, that may be able to finally be able to put he’s past behind him. If only both could believe they should or could.
So this book starts you off, in tears, with the death of the fiancé. Then you settle into the courtship of Paytah and Bryce, then we get Paytah story. More tears. And we find out the predator is still around the reservation. And the story becomes the healing of Paytah and the fight against him.
Even though I found Bryce kinda annoying at times, (AG sure can write a whiny character) and the HUGE surprise of the content of the book, I still give the book side 4 rainbows
The narrator, Andrew McFerrin, this is probably the only second time I’ve heard his voice and it still amazes me what a great job he does! Not only did he have to do, women and children also several different men of different races, 5 rainbows.
Overall this audio will be a 4 rainbow.

I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange of an honest review by Crystal Many review
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