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    A great book

    Evan Bishop survived a bombing but was left scared. He pushed away the love of his life out of fear. Two months later her is trying to get back in Isla's life. Isla is trying to keep her distance but after being attacked she realizes Evan can help her. I didn't really like Evan at first because I couldn't understand how he could completely cut Isla out if his life after the bombing. She lost her father and her fiance all in one incident. But as things progressed you see that the bombing messed him up mentally and he needed time to get over it. He probably would have gotten through it sooner if he hadn't cut out Isla though. I liked Isla. She was focused on finishing up her father's deals even though she hated it. Once things escalated with the stalker she learns more on Evan to deal with it. They learn to lean on each other again and become a stronger couple. Overall,this was a great second chance romance and I want to go back and read the first book now. This did work great as a standalone but I do feel I might have a better understanding of some background characters if I had read the first one. *ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review.*
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    So good!

    When I read about Evan and Isla in Bishop's Knight I literally cried. You could feel the pain Isla was feeling when Evan cut her off without a word. I'm glad we jumped right into their story next because I wanted to see them fixed so badly. I'm not usually a fan of pushing away but this author does such a great job of showing how much the pusher loves the other that I can always seem to forgive them for the hurt. Evan is no different. Despite pushing Isla away because of his scars, he was so devoted to her. You never doubted his love and thankfully, you never see him with another woman. On top of such a strong love that you get with these two, there is also the suspense that left me guessing all the way to he end. I guessed the wrong man to be the evil foe and that makes me love this more. I like when things are not predictable. Great story, loved this couple and I can not wait for Ellis's book next!
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    5 Star Bishop's Queen

    Evan Bishop used to be called the golden boy, he had it all and was about to close the business deal of a lifetime and marry the woman of his dreams. But everything falls apart when a faceless enemy wants to destroy his family’s empire and see him dead. Isla MacDonald isn’t walking away from Evan just because he’s decided to shut her out of his life but when all her attempts to see him fail, she tries to resume her life. But when someone tries to kill her and she needs a bodyguard, Evan steps up and insists on protecting her. The second book in the ‘Endgame Trilogy’ is continues to engage readers with lots of thrills and emotional turmoil that draws readers in and refuses to let go. The chemistry between Evan and Isla oozes appealing electrical currents that readers can practically feel but this relationship is quite rocky due to the events that took place in the previous book (this book could be read as a standalone but to get the full impact of this relationship, it should be read in sequence). The after math and the rocky relationship has lots of emotions flowing from the pages that really gives readers a feel for what these strong, bold characters are going through and makes the characters as well as the story come alive. The plot is a fast paced, suspenseful buildup of adrenaline pumping events that keep readers on the edge of their seat and holding their breath with anticipation and the surprising twists ensures that readers can’t possibly predict any outcome or guess just who the bad guy is during this shocking and exhilarating read.
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    Second Chance

    This is the second book in the Endgame series and I did not read the first book so I was a little lost at first. Isla MacDonald was engaged to Evan Bishop but after the accident that scared him for life he pushes her away. Isla is attacked and that’s all it takes for Evan to realize he will always love and protect her. Ms Reus is superb at intrigue and suspense. After the initial confusion the action kept my attention and kept me guessing until the end.The love story was full of aghast and super hot. Now I need to go back and read the first book. I’m glad we don’t have to wait long for the last book to come out.
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    The drama continues

    I love all of Katie's books and this was no exception. I was a little upset with Evan but also understood that he had to deal with his issues before he could be whole and offer the best of himself to Isla. The danger that Isla faced was enough of a catalyst to get Evan moving in the right direction. That danger could also take Isla from him. Could Evan get Isla to trust him to keep her safe and also not to hurt her again?

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