My Brothers Keeper Trilogy
The town of Gilford has a Big and Terrible secret hidden in the ground.
Infecting those it touches.
Exploiting their darkness.Consuming their souls.
It’s hungry. It’s vile. It’s evil.
And it wants out.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐can't put into words
Please read all the books it's a story of love life sacrifice and true evil.... And the power of good!!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Five stars for the series and each book, individually
These three books, taken together, were an amazing read. The themes in this book were all so well detailed and explored and included lost souls finding each other and healing as a result and the triumph of good over evil. This author is amazing in attention to detail in shaping a tale that really pulled me in and kept me on the edge of my seat in nearly every scene. The love scenes were tender and loving and the two men were so lucky to find each other. This is not your grandma's m/m romance so unless you also love stories by the likes of Dean Koontz, this probably is not the one for you. But if you like Dean Koontz, Stephen King AND m/m romance this is your ticket to ride. Big time!
My Brother's Keeper (Book One): The First Three Rules
This is book one of three. All books are full-length novels and must be read in order. All books are available now.
Marshal Jon Foster lost his purpose and his sanity the day he saw the image of his dead brother. The distraction saved Jon’s life but cost the lives of innocent people including his best friend and partner. It was a price for survival Jon couldn’t live with and was sure he’d never understand.
Driven by grief and guilt he tried to escape his past by fleeing to a small town in the middle of nowhere. Only instead of peace, the memories festered.
Then the offer of a stick of gum from a stranger changes Jon’s life and puts him on a road out of the nightmare he’s trapped in.
Ellis Harper has lived the past twenty years isolated from the outside world and sole caretaker for his mentally disabled brother, Rudy. While Ellis loves his brother, he longs for a life he’ll never be able to have.
Shut away, his days consist of chores, endless cartoons, and games of Go Fish. A world that seemed to have no end until an innocent misunderstanding turns Ellis and his brother into a target for a town bully.
It’s a fight Ellis can never win on his own but thanks to a chance meeting with a stranger, he doesn’t have to.
What begins as a new journey in love for both men quickly unfolds into something neither of them could have ever imagined.
My Brother's Keeper (Book Two): Rule Four and Five
This is book two of three. All books are full-length novels and must be read in order. All books are available now.
A new chance at life comes in many forms: For Jon it’s a family made with Ellis and his brother Rudy. For Ellis, it’s Jon, who has brought the outside world into the protective life he’s built for his mentally disabled brother.
Together they have discovered true happiness and what it means to be loved.
Then one perfect disaster after the other pushes Jon’s resolve to its limit and Ellis over the edge. If they have any chance of saving what they’ve built both men must face their deepest fears.
It’s a test Jon thought he’d already passed and one Ellis never imagined he’d have to face. The journey will forever change who they are and redefine who they were meant to be.
It has to happen.
And all things happen for a reason.
My Brother's Keeper (Book Three): The Final Rule
This is the last book in this trilogy. All books are full-length novels and must be read in order. All books are available now.
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.