End Game | Book Review

End Game by Michelle St. James

Published: November 26, 2019

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Nick Murphy has put it all on the line for Alexa Nash.

Falling in love was never in the playbook, but now that Nick has Alexa, he’ll do anything to protect her. First on the list: destroying the Walker family for what they did to Alexa when she was a teenager. Second: convincing Alexa it doesn’t matter if they can’t have children — because she is everything to him.

Alexa Nash has either lost everything or found her way home.

After quitting her job at the Attorney General’s office, Alexa is all in with Nick Murphy and the family business. Determined to destroy Leland before the election, she puts her legal knowledge to work alongside the Murphy brothers’ more controversial methods, trying not to ask herself difficult questions about the slippery moral slope.

But as Alexa attempts to adjust to life in the Murphy house, she must confront a terrible loss and the question of whether it’s really possible to heal with Nick. Then the Walkers deploy their wealth and power in an all-out war against the Murphys and the family has no choice but to respond in kind — forcing Alexa to consider the possibility that she may not live long enough to answer the question at all.

In true Michelle St. James fashion, we get an epic ending to Alexa and Nick’s story! These two have been through so much on their own as well as a couple. With tons of action, suspense, frustration and a few questionable parts, this book kept me on my toes the entire time. Nick and Alexa come full force into some major challenges in their relationship and a few times I wondered how this might end up. Both Alexa and Nick’s love for one another runs deep and they have such a connection with each other. They fight for each other and most of all for themselves. The bravery and strength of these two have been undeniable. They are truly great main characters and individuals that many should look up to.  But will they get their HEA? Only time will tell.


I received this eARC in exchange for an honest review.

About the Author:

Michelle St. James aka Michelle Zink is the author of twenty published books and seven novellas. Her first series, Prophecy of the Sisters (YA), was one of Booklist’s Top Ten Debut novels. Her work has also been an Indie Next selection and has appeared on prestigious lists such as the Lonestar List, New York Public Library’s Stuff for the Teen Age, and Chicago Public Library’s Best of the Best. Her character, Alice, won the Teen Read Awards for Best Villain against Harry Potter’s Lord Voldemort. She lives in New York with too many teenagers and too many cats.

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