Release Date: Jan 2, 2018
Series: Dirty Money
Heat Level: Hot
Imprint: St. Martin’s Press
These are the kind of reviews that I find very difficult to write. Not because I disliked the book. It is the opposite. I enjoyed the book so much and it is the kind of story that if you reveal anything, you can kind of spoil it for another reader. I know I hate stumbling across reviews that just gave away a big reveal.
End Game picks right up where the last book left off. Literally we are thrown right back in the most exhausting cliff hanger. I didn’t even have a moment to catch my breath as all of the action and memories of the previous books came rushing forward. Shane is on a mission to rescue Emily and his brother, Derek. All of the players are together and all hell breaks loose.
I have to admit that I wasn’t even sure how they could get out from under the rule of the Cartel. Shane is does everything he cans to keep Emily safe despite having to play a serious game with Martina. Emily wants to run but she goes along with the plans that her man makes.
I despised Derek in all of the previous books but my emotions started to shift slightly in this book. Everyone realizes that they need to team up to get rid of the bad guys. A major event occurs (gosh, I wish I could spoil it) and it changes how Shane reacts to a lot of what happens next. I’m not even sure how I actually felt. The author delves into a bit at the end of the story and I’m not sure if it is true or not.
Shane and Emily still have to fight for their HEA but that made the ending that much sweeter to me. I was ready for this series to be wrapped up but a part of me kind of want to see Shane and Emily again. Of course, there are hints that there may be other books in this world with some of the secondary characters. I look forward to that and much more from Ms. Jones.