Title: The Final Rule
Ellis and Jon need answers.
What is there to understand?
Why does it have to happen?
And what reason could ever justify losing those you love?
If only there was a simple answer. But the more questions they ask, the farther they must travel into the darkness and the things they see are not human, or even possible.
They are, in fact, Big and Terrible.
The plague is rising in Gilford. To stop it from spreading Ellis will have to embrace his destiny and Jon will have to let him go. Both men must be willing to lose everything in order to save the innocent.
It is, after all, rule number six.
Author: Adrienne Wilder
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The First Three Rules, Rule Four and Five, Complementary Colors, In The Absence of Light
Series: My Brother's Keeper
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The First Three Rules, Rule Four and Five
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: March 26, 2014
Genres: Horror, Male Male Romance
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I thought the first two of Adrienne Wilder’s My Brother’s Keeper books were emotional. The Final Rule is an emotional roller coaster from beginning to end. Jon and Ellis have been so much in life. They’ve been traveling difficult roads for years, far before they met. Their happily ever after does not come easily or without many horrendously deep scars, but it is all part of the rules.
By this time in the series Jon and Ellis are together and in love. This allows for the love story to take a step to the side as the horror steps forward. The Big and Terrible has caused much pain and must be stopped. The answers, which has got to be the most important reason to pick up this book, we readers are given all of them. Everything really does happen for a reason. The many different everythings was fascinating.
Wilder created something uniquely different with these three books. Ellis and Jon start off on the sweet side of romance. Readers are introduced to three remarkable men that deserve only the good things life has to offer. She gives readers a little dab of dark. The second book pours on the heartache. The third book shows readers what gave that heartache to an unsuspecting small Georgia town. All in all it all well for me.