Review: Bishop’s Endgame (Endgame Trilogy #3)

 

 

 

Read the final book in the Endgame trilogy where blood is thick, but passion is thicker…

He kidnapped a princess to exact revenge.

Set up for a crime he didn’t commit, Ellis Bishop takes the law into his own hands to exact justice and clear his name. Unfortunately, that means he has to kidnap a crime boss’s daughter—a perfect mafia princess, set to become the queen of a dirty empire. What he didn’t count on was falling for his mortal enemy’s daughter.

He wasn’t supposed to fall for her.

Arianna hates the man who kidnapped her, but soon she realizes that things aren’t what they seem. Ellis was framed by her stepfather and is trying to clear his name. If she helps him, it means betraying her family. But how can she turn her back on him when he’s innocent… when her stepfather turns out to be a monster she never really knew at all?

My Thoughts: Bishop’s Endgame is the stunning conclusion to The Endgame series written by Katie Reus. There are quite a few series I have read that I am sad to say goodbye too. This series would be among that list.

The journey that Katie Reus has taken as on was wild. With suspense, intrigue, and romance. Electric and fast-paced from the start, and entangled with emotion, and depth; Out of the trilogy, Bishop’s Endgame was at the top. 

Author note: This book can be read as a stand-alone, complete with HEA.

Books in trilogy:
Bishop’s Knight, #1
Bishop’s Queen, #2
Bishop’s Endgame, #3

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