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The Fulfillment (The Fulfillment Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- File size : 2851 KB
- Publication date : March 1, 2018
- Print length : 273 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Tenacious Books Publishing; 3rd edition (March 1, 2018)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- ASIN : B079QMWYY6
- Lending : Enabled
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- #4,021 in Romantic Fantasy (Kindle Store)
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We follow Layla through loves, imagined and real. We follow Layla through hand to hand fighting for justice. We follow Layla's suffering from her trusted and loved one's betrayal. We follow her as Layla comes into her own. We stand by Layla as she enters her 'Fulfillment.'
We put the book down sighing with relief, contentment, and knowing we just read a fabulous journey in Fantasy/Adventure. Lastly, I know there is more in this author to come. Wonderful creative writing and story plots.
As we left off from “The Outlanders”, Layla and her ragtag team find out the prophecy they have known their whole lives, the prophecy they have all committed to seeing it through to fruition is incomplete. Cue book ending music! Thankfully after that cliffhanging ending, this book “The Fulfillment” picks up right where “The Outlanders” left off. Note to Rhew- thank you for not dragging this out! From the point of discovering the full prophecy, the story takes off at an unstoppable pace with all of the characters scrambling to figure out this new prophecy and how or if they even fit in.
Layla's character is tested and stretched to a breaking point (and tested and stretched some more) as she unravels her role as a leader, her friendships both new and old, her family ties, her own heart's desires and her commitment to the prophecy. Layla makes some unbelievable sacrifices all in the name of peace, truth and integrity. Just when Layla thinks she has a handle on the situation, something spins out of control like her own heartache, the truth of her family and the ever increasing duties as the Fulfillment.
Wil receives some gut-wrenching news that shatters all his hopes and dreams. Just when you think it can't get any worse for our favorite king, sadly it does. Wil needs to decide to follow his heart or his duty as King of Etherea all while realizing he may not even fit into the First One's prophecy as he has previously believed.
Nash, still imprisoned by the Outlander Queen, has had his fair share of heartbreak in “The Outlanders”. In this installment Nash has to get beyond his pain and sacrifice even more for the promise of peace and the safety of Etherea. Thankfully Nash finds a few unlikely allies who will help him along his destined path.
As the story moves on we see battles (yes, more than one), blossoming love, incredible loss, strong commitments, promises, and ultimate sacrifices (tears will be shed). Will Layla and her friends fulfill this prophecy? Are all the people who play roles in the prophecy ready and willing? Will the Outlander Queen thwart the peace prophecy? Is the prophecy even true and possible? Will we ever find out the Outlander's power? Will all of our villains (the Outlander Queen, the evil Elder Werrick and the usurper King Vance) get what's coming to them? All of your questions will be answered in this beautifully written tale!
I will say this though: I cried while I read this book. I wanted (several times) to throw this book across the table because my heart kept breaking. I also wanted to snuggle with it and apologize for wanting to throw it. That is just a testament to the emotions Ms. Rhew instills into her words. It's lyrical and poetic, funny and heartbreaking. This book is everything you want in a fantasy novel, and then some. Do I recommend reading it without having read the first two books in the series? You can...but why would you want to? I sure as heck wish I would've read the first three boksONLY because I wanted to experience more of Ms. Rhew's writing. But I am glad to have gotten the HEA and not waiting for it. (I'm a lazy reader, what can I say?)
Just...read this book. Read ALL of Ms. Rhew's books. You'll love them. Trust me.