Thursday, May 23, 2013

Book Review: The Fight for Identity (The Good Fight #3) by Andrew Grey

In the third book of The Good Fight series, recent college graduate, Will Martin, returns home to the ranch where he had some of his happiest memories growing up. After his grandfather's death, Will's father, Kevin, takes over the business. Never seeing eye to eye on much of anything, Will reluctantly returns home hoping to improve his relationship with his father and build the business. For as long as Will can remember, his father has had an intense hatred for the Sioux tribe of Native Americans who use a section of the Martins' land for their annual sacred ceremony. For the past two years, he's denied them access to the land, but Will is determined to put a stop to that because he knows keeping them away is just plain wrong. It also helps that the handsome and regal Takoda has befriended him. As Will and Takoda embark on a secret relationship, they try to uncover the mystery behind Kevin's hatred while trying to preserve the land Takoda's people hold so dear.

This is definitely my favorite book of the series so far. It has the right amount of angst (without being overwhelming) romance and plot. I really enjoyed seeing the relationship between Will and Takoda grow and blossom into something truly special. Kevin is easy to dislike, but at the same time there is an intense sadness and bitterness he harbors. I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a great romance with an interesting and attention-grabbing plot!

p.s. It was also great to briefly see or hear about the other couples from the previous two books! I look forward to reading more from this wonderful series!

4.5 stars

Buy Links
Dreamspinner Press | Amazon

Slashessed reviews of The Good Fight (The Good Fight #1) and The Fight Within (The Good Fight #2).

~ M

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