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USA TODAY Bestselling Author Katie Reus’s Endgame Trilogy comes to an end with BISHOP’S ENDGAME. Lovers of romantic suspense won’t want to miss this thrilling conclusion — grab your copy today!


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 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?


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NICUnurse’s Review of Bishop’s Endgame by Katie Reus

At this point, I feel like I just keep saying the same thing over and over about Katie Reus’s books. She’s on my short list of automatic 1-click authors, at least when it comes to her romantic suspense books. (Don’t get me wrong; I have enjoyed her PNR––paranormal romance––but that’s not my favorite subgenre to read.) And I’ve yet to be disappointed in a book or a romantic suspense series of hers. Bishop’s Endgame did not break that streak, either. Book 3 in her Endgame trilogy, it’s the conclusion to the Bishop siblings’ dramatic stories. 

Bishop’s Endgame is Ellis and Arianna’s story. Undercover DEA agent Ellis Bishop is being framed for his partner’s murder. On the run and out of options, he kidnaps Arianna thinking he can use her to drag the truth from her stepfather who just happens to be a notorious drug dealer. Only she has no idea who her stepfather really is and no idea what he’s been up to. With time running out for both of them, can they find the answers they need to save them both?

NICUnurse’s Rating: Katie Reus is, again, one of my favorite romantic suspense authors. So it’s probably not going to come as a surprise when I tell you I loved this book and loved this series. While her Red Stone Security series is STILL my favorite, the Endgame series was definitely worth my time and money. There’s something about an enemies-to-lovers story, especially one where they are enemies only based on misconceptions, that I just love. And Bishop’s Endgame was just that. Neither character is inherently bad. In fact, they are both upstanding people. But he thinks she’s involved in something dirty and she thinks he’s a true bad guy because he kidnaps her. Eventually, they learn the truth and are able to find their HEA, but the road to that destination is what makes this book a really good read.

I give Bishop’s Endgame, and the entire Endgame trilogy, 4.5 out of 5 propellers!


Katie Reus is the New York Times, USA Today, and IndieReader bestselling author of the Red Stone Security series, the Moon Shifter series and the Deadly Ops series. She fell in love with romance at a young age thanks to books she pilfered from her mom’s stash. Years later she loves reading romance almost as much as she loves writing it.

However, she didn’t always know she wanted to be a writer. After changing majors many times, she finally graduated summa cum laude with a degree in psychology. Not long after that, she discovered a new love. Writing. She now spends her days writing dark paranormal romance and sexy romantic suspense. Her book Avenger’s Heat recently won the Georgia RWA Maggie Award for Excellence in the fantasy/paranormal category.

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