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    Romantic Suspense - 2nd Chance romance

    Bishop’s Queen by Katie Reus Endgame Trilogy #2 Two months apart doesn’t seem to have quenched the flame that burns between Evan Bishop and Isla Mac Donald. He may have broken off with his fiance and she may have tried to put the relationship behind her but when they see one another again...what will happen? Isla is set on making deals go through that her father had set in play before he was killed in a bomb blast. For the past two months she has been working hard to achieve that goal. Evan has been working on overcoming the injuries he sustained in that same bomb blast and also trying to forget Isla. Well, the two do NOT forget one another and in this book soon find there is someone behind mysterious happenings at Isla’s business and in her life. Evan steps in to keep her safe and help solve the mystery and of course, proximity to one another and time together soon leads them back to fanning the embers that were only sleeping while they were apart. The mystery is eventually solved and the two do move on to their HEA ending as the final book in the series is set up that will deal with Ellis, the brother of Evie and Evan, who has been missing after being accused of something heinous. Did I enjoy this book? Not as much as the first book Why? It was less dramatic and more of a second chance romance AND I didn’t feel Isla made Evan grovel enough. Do I want to read book three in the series? Yes Why? I want to find out where Ellis has been and what his story is. What else? I am curious about Geno Conti and would LOVE a book about him ;) Thank you to NetGalley and InkSlinger PR for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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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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    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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    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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    This is the second book of the trilogy and it doesn’t disappoint. We met the Bishop family in book one, Bishop’s Knight. Evan Bishop had it all. A building family business, a loving family, a beautiful fiancee. But then someone tried to destroy it all in one nightmare. He almost lost his life and couldn’t be a burden to the woman he was supposed to marry. He was responsible, or so he thought, for her losing her father and almost the entire business. Lots of parallel stories are going on and you really have to start at the beginning to follow along. I always love series, where you get invested in the family or the characters and continue to watch them change and grow. Katie Reus does this very well and the Endgame trilogy is another winner.
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