Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Bishop's Queen (Endgame Trilogy, #2)” as Want to Read:
Bishop's Queen (Endgame Trilogy, #2)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Bishop's Queen

(Endgame Trilogy #2)

4.34  ·  Rating details ·  312 ratings  ·  112 reviews
Return to the Endgame trilogy where blood is thick, but passion is thicker…

He doesn’t believe in fairy-tale endings…

They used to call Evan Bishop the golden boy. He had it all and was about to close the business deal of a lifetime, then marry the woman of his dreams. But everything goes to hell when a faceless enemy wants to destroy his family’s empire and see him dead.
Published October 22nd 2019 by KR Press, LLC
More Details... Edit Details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Bishop's Queen, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Bishop's Queen

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list »

Community Reviews

Showing 1-30
Average rating 4.34  · 
Rating details
 ·  312 ratings  ·  112 reviews

More filters
Sort order
Start your review of Bishop's Queen (Endgame Trilogy, #2)
Madison Warner Fairbanks
Bishop’s Queen by Katie Reus

2nd book in the Endgame trilogy. Romantic suspense. For completely understandable arc, this book is best read after the first.
After a near fatal accident and permanent scars, Evan pushed Isla away. He didn’t want her pity. He believes it was his fault that her father was killed.
Isla is done crying over Evan. When her life is in danger from an unknown enemy, Evan is determined to protect her. Then the chemistry is just too strong to be ignored between them.
Can she
Mindy Lou's Book Review
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
Claire Robinson
Oct 09, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: shit-hot-series
4 - "I'm not giving up on us..." Stars!

Book two in Katie’s Endgame Trilogy brings us Evan and Isla’s story second-chance reconnection. This is a couple who have been through the ringer very recently, with the first book offering up a secondary glance into the breakdown of their relationship after a bombing left Evan scarred and Isla’s father dead, something Evan blames himself for, and believes due to his scarring and the loss of her father on his watch that Isla is better off without him.

"If I
Oct 10, 2019 rated it liked it
Picking up pretty much where Bishop’s Knight left off, Bishop’s Queen brings us Evan and Isla’s reconnection.

description She doesn’t deserve to be saddled with me.”

This one falls firmly on my like pile and although I enjoyed Isla and Evan together, considering all they’ve been through I was hoping for much more of an emotional pull from them than we were actually given. But for what it lacked in that aspect it made up for in terms of suspense and action as readers are teased throughout as to who wants
Oct 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
ARC received for review

This one picks up shortly after the first one ends. Evan is still a grade-A jerk. Isla is working towards achieving her late father's goals when all she wants is her own. Never saw him as the bad guy stalking her. Love conquers all in the end. Loved seeing Evie and Dylan again.

Now as to the last did he wind up there, and how is he going to clear his name
Bookgasms Book Blog
Oct 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: missy
Isla has spent the past two months trying to move on professionally and personally—having more success professionally. Evan Bishop is not a man to get “over” quickly—she’s still in love with the man even though he’s not spoken to her since the day he woke from the coma.

Until Evan finally wakes up and realizes just what he’s thrown away due to his own stubbornness. He pushed the perfect woman, the woman he loves, out of his life just when he needed her most.

Can he convince her to trust him
Dora Koutsoukou
Nov 05, 2019 rated it liked it
3,5 s

A very enjoyable and decent romantic suspense story, dealing with mistakes, guilt, forgiveness and love.
The mystery and the romance were vey well balanced, the writing was smooth and clear, fast paced and dual pov.
Julie (Jewlsbookblog)
When book one left off, Evan was badly injured in the bombing that killed Isla’s father and refusing to have anything to do with Isla. His misplaced guilt consumed him to the point of calling off their engagement. Bishop’s Queen picks up two months after the bombing, with both Isla and Evan still floating on an island of denial and struggling to move forward from one another. However, when Isla’s life is on the line, Evan swallows his pride and realizes just how much of a fool he has been. And ...more
Oct 10, 2019 rated it liked it

Evan and Isla were engaged to be married and madly in love with each other. After a bomb rips his offices apart. Scarring him for life and killing Isla’s father. Evan retreats into himself. He refuses to let Isla see him. Breaks off their engagement and leaves her mourning the death of her father alone.

While there’s no excuse for Evans behaviour he was suffering. He blames himself (repeatedly) for her father’s death, that plus his scars and he thinks he’s saving her.

Isla can’t get over
♥ WishfulMiss ♥
Bishop and Isla’s story is a suspenseful 2nd chance romance. There’s spying, stalking, blackmail, sabotage and murder. In typical Katie Reus style, the MCs have sizzling chemistry and were both easy to like and root for. The story was definitely entertaining but it was missing that something extra for me.

I definitely felt for Isla. She loved Bishop and never really stopped, even after he cut her out so completely. She was a strong heroine who was by no means a push over or a doormat. She was
This was a really great story from beginning to end.I loved the main characters from the onset of the story Evan and Isla.

The story was filled with intrigue and suspense the entire time and kept you turning the pages to the very end.The story started off with a bang and a whole lot of heartache and sadness.

Evan was a man swimming in guilt and heartache and the misery of his own making. Isla was suffering from the loss of both Evan and her fathers death and unbelievable heartache from the loss of
Oct 23, 2019 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. ...more
Another amazing read in this trilogy that has completely captivated me!

Isla is trying to pick up the pieces of her life after the bombing that not only killed her father, but that was the catalyst to Evan pushing her out of his life. When it becomes apparent someone is out to harm her, he now reverses that decision and is forcing himself back in. But the pain she carries from his rejection also carries distrust. What’s to stop him from leaving her again?


Isla, while not a kick tail kind of
4.5 stars

Bishop's Queen by Katie Reus is a well written and entertaining read.

The storyline held my interest all throughout the book, it's well paced, enough drama and suspense to keep you turning the pages and I loved watching Bishop & Isla reconnect and get their second chance at love.
These two have amazing chemistry and they totally deserved their happily ever after the pain and hurt they'd been through.

Bishop's Queen is an excellent addition to the Endgame trilogy and I highly recommend
Oct 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
Another Katie Reus novel? Yes, PLEASE! I loved Bishop's Knight and could not wait to get my hands on this next novel in the series. Reus had done an excellent job in the previous novel and whetting our appetite for the next installment - little teases here and there. Gimme! Gimme!

Oh boy is Evan a jerk! Ugh! You are in love with Isla, show it! And not by taking all the decisions away from her. And Isla? Come on, girl! Demand his love or walk away. I did feel there was slightly too much
Oct 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Bishop’s Queen

Evan is injured in a bombing and when he comes out of his coma, he pushes Isla away. Fast forward two months and he’s finally getting himself sorted, especially when he hears about a mugging which involved Isla. Now he will do anything and everything possible to protect her

Isla is finally at the point of accepting that it’s over between her and Evan. She’s finishing up the deals her father was making before he was killed in the bombing but now it appears as though Evan is making
Read All About It
Oct 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
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 ...more
Sandy S
Oct 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
4.25 stars—

ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date October 22, 2019

Return to the Endgame trilogy where blood is thick, but passion is thicker…

He doesn’t believe in fairy-tale endings…

They used to call Evan Bishop the golden boy. He had it all and was about to close the business deal of a lifetime, then marry the woman of his dreams. But everything goes to hell when a faceless enemy wants to destroy his family’s empire and see him dead. Except the bomb meant to kill him fails. He wakes up from a coma to
Pavitra (For The Love of Fictional Worlds)

Also Posted on For The Love of Fictional Worlds

Disclaimer: An eARC was provided via Inkslinger PR and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are therefore, my own.

We were introduced to Evan Bishop and his fiance in Bishop's KnightBishop's Knight- and their love, as well as the subsequent break up; broke my heart and I was really looking forward to seeing how a favourite author of mine would redeem their romance!

Isla lost her
Isla and Evan were the perfect couple, very much in love and looking forward to planning their wedding, but that was before Evan was badly injured in an explosion and things quickly spiralled out of control. Not wanting Isla to be stuck with a damaged man and also blaming himself for the death of her father, who was killed in the same explosion, Evan chose to push Isla away. He refused to even see or speak to her and broke her heart at a time when she needed him the most. Isla never wanted to ...more
Adria's Musings and Reviews
Oct 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
Originally posted on Adria's Musings and Reviews. On blog soon

* A copy of this book was and provided by the publisher via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. All conclusions are my own responsibility and I was not compensated for this review.

The Story in 4 Sentences or Less: Evan Bishop survived a bombing that should have killed him but instead left him with scars and caused him to push away the one person he should have allowed closer, his fiancé Isla MacDonald. Then someone tries to
Cathy Geha
Oct 26, 2019 rated it liked it
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
Rosemary K
Oct 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Someone set off a bomb that killed Isla's father and severely injured Evan. As his fiancée she was in danger. He thought that he was protecting Isla by shutting her out of his life. I was both amazed at Evan's sacrifice and shocked at his stupidity. She loved and needed him. Instead he rejected her and broke her heart. Isla is such a caring woman. I was impressed at her spirit and bravery. She's moving forward and rebuilding her life without the man she still loves. Unfortunately she has a ...more
Pamela Lilley
Oct 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
4.5 Completely Addictive Stars
I devoured this book in one sitting. After having read and loved book 1 in the Endgame Trilogy I knew I had to have book 2 ASAP, and in keeping with my impatient nature, I am now desperate for book 3. I’m loving the Bishop siblings so much. Evan Bishop suffered a great tragedy in his life, and thus pushed away the one person he truly loved, Isla McDonald, breaking her heart in the process. Two months down the line and he still can’t forgive himself, or bring himself
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
Kari Hansen
Oct 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
After the tragic death of her father Isla is only grieving for him but she is devastated when Evan, the man she loves, closes himself off to her and she doesn’t know how to help him heal either physically or emotionally. Two months later she is just trying to honor the work her father was doing and once that is completed she is hoping to have a moment to breathe.

Evan was left reeling after Isla’s father’s death and the injuries that he is trying to accept. He believed that Isla deserved better
Oct 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
Y'all if you haven't already started this trilogy about the Bishop family you need to immediately. Each book could be read as a stand alone but I really recommend reading book one first. Let's just say I wish they're were more family members to write about!

I really liked this book and Isla is someone I would want to know. She and Evan have been through alot and she is still in love with him despite him being a real dick to her. That being said he was in a bombing and is carrying around some

Bishop's Queen the second book in Katie Reus's explosive Endgame Trilogy, was a tremendous read. That excited and enthralled me. Thanks to a storyline that was emotional, suspenseful, and sexy. And I genuinely enjoyed the two main characters Isla and Evan. Who it's fair to say are both battling their true feelings for each other, but for very different reasons. And I sincerely enjoyed how that all played out. Whilst they also handled the mounting threats Isla was facing. Which did get more
Nov 18, 2019 rated it liked it
I was not a fan of this book.

I felt the reason why Evan stopped seeing Isla was flimsy at best. I really felt for Isla and I was hoping we where going to get a really good grovel here, but!

Considering that they where so in love and engaged I was hoping for much more of an emotional pull from them than we were actually given. The break up just seemed so out of character for Evan

He could have so easily won her back and Evan's constantly saying it was his fault got on my nerves.
Nikki Brooks
Evan thinks that being caught up in a blast has lost him everything. He lost his soone-to-be-business partner, his partner's son and almost more painful, he lost Isla. Isla was one of the reasons the business dealings were going so smoothly. She and Evan may have been business partners, but it was their all consuming love that kept them burning bright. But Evan could not deal with the guilt that it was his fault that Isla lost her father and brother and he pushed her away.

Isla is still lost
« previous 1 3 4 next »
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one »

Readers also enjoyed

  • Explosive Vengeance (Vengeance, #3)
  • Covert Vengeance (Vengeance, #2)
  • Fallen (Deep Ops, #2)
  • Slay All Day
  • Colder Than Sin (Cold Justice: Crossfire, #2)
  • Fighting For Her (Wilde Ways, #5)
  • SEAL JUSTICE (Brotherhood Protectors Book 13)
  • Leopard's Wrath (Leopard People #11)
  • Shelter for Penelope (Badge of Honor: Texas Heroes #15)
  • 2nd Strike (Schock Sisters, #2)
  • Hard Asset (Cobra Elite, #2)
  • Gabriel (Guardian Defenders #1)
  • Stealing Vengeance (Vengeance, #1)
  • Dark 'N' Deadly (Federal K-9 #3)
  • SEAL at Sunrise (Silver SEALs)
  • Drew (Lighthouse Security Investigations #4)
  • 1st Shock (Schock Sisters, #1)
  • Total Control (Alpha Crew, #4)
See similar books…
Katie Reus is the New York Times, USA Today, & 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. ...more

Other books in the series

Endgame Trilogy (3 books)
  • Bishop's Knight (Endgame Trilogy #1)
  • Bishop's Endgame (Endgame Trilogy #3)
“She wasn't sure how much he was capable of giving her or how much she was capable of letting go.

But right now she needed him like she needed her next breath.”
“If I could go back, I would do things differently. I would do a lot of things differently.” 0 likes
More quotes…