Set in the Deep South, In a Brother's Eyes: the Brant McLachlan Story takes place in a small Mississippi town where Friday night high school football is king, families stick together and true love is supposed to conquer all. In a Brother's Eyes is a Southern novel that focuses on the traditions prevalent in the South: its obsession with football, its strong sense of religion, and its close-knit communities.
In a Brother's Eyes tells a story of triumph on the football field, but it is primarily a love story. It tells the story of a small, country town and their love affair with a high school quarterback whose outgoing personality and natural charm causes a town to fall in love with him, a family to adore him, and people to root for him even after he makes a decision that will threaten to destroy his relationship with his life-long girlfriend.
In a Brother's Eyes is an emotional roller coaster ride full of laughter and tears. Throughout the course of the novel, Brant McLachlan's love for Jennifer Smith faces the ultimate test and leads to an emotional struggle that begs the question: does true love always prevail?