A Book in the Good Fight Series
Will Martin's racist father, Kevin, hates Native Americans and wants to keep them off his property, never mind that part of the ranch land is sacred ground for the Sioux. When they request access for prayer, Kevin refuses-but Will doesn't share his father's views. Ever since he first saw Takoda Red Bird during one of the Sioux sacred ceremonies, Will has been fascinated. He grants the tribe access.
Takoda defies Kevin on a regular basis. He often sneaks to the sacred site on the rancher's land for prayer and knows Will has seen him there. When, out of spite, Kevin places the land up for auction, Takoda knows it is time for action and bands together with Will to stop the sale.
In the fight that follows, Will gets more than he expected. He starts out helping the tribe preserve their identity... and ends up finding his own.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Fight for Identity is the third book in The Good Fight series, and I think my current favourite. This one starts years ago when Will first sees Takoda at the midsummer ritual held on sacred land to the Sioux (land that happens to be owned by Will's grandfather). Fast-forward to now, Gramps is gone, Will's father Kevin owns the land and H A T E S natives with an unreal passion (sadly, I've met men just like Kevin). This is where the real story begins. Takoda and Will meet once again and Will sets out to help Takoda and the Sioux people, never realizing that in so doing, he would find his heart and his true home. The Fight for Identity is in my opinion on of Mr. Grey's best story. It is also a much needed story and journey to be shared as the troubles Mr. Grey puts his characters through are actual RL problems. Each of the Good Fight series books has been this way and I wholeheartedly recommend all 4 books in the series! It touched me deeply and will be one I read again and again both for it's love and for it's power. *Author provided eARC in exchange for honest review.