The Right to Be Loved is a fiction vel with a wide range of emotions. It seesaws from devastating sorrow and grief to wellsprings of joy and loving tenderness. Essie Fisher marries the man of her youthful dreams, Thomas Thaddeus Baker. But insecurity heightens as he develops a facade concerning his love toward her, injuring Essie's tattered self-esteem even further. Wade McNally was abandoned by his runaway mother and abused by his hot-tempered father. Suffering inwardly by the cruel shooting of his beagle, Wade enlists in the army, fighting in the jungles of the Vietnam War during the early 1970s! Returning, he must deal with post-traumatic stress, all the loss he encountered, and many emotional scars. Jeremiah, an ex-prisoner and desperately in need of grammar skills, arrives as a steady anchor. Shining God's love to downtrodden souls, he helps spin the Potter's wheel with the aid of the Holy Spirit. His poorly prounced words miraculously soar on the wings of faith. Will Essie and Wade discover the necessary fortitude, courage, and love to forgive and come to grips with their raging past once and for all? Only time will tell, or will it?