Book Review – End Game (Dawson Family, #2) by Emily Goodwin

41026635Synopsis

Getting pregnant was the last thing Quinn thought would happen. But now Quinn’s focus is to start the family Archer’s always wanted. The hard part should be over, right? 

Wrong. 

Ghosts from the past begin to surface. No matter how hard they try, the universe seems to have other plans that threaten to tear Archer and Quinn apart. 

Archer will not let the one thing he always wanted slip through his fingers. As events unfold, Archer finds himself going to lengths he never thought possible. After all he’s done to keep Quinn…will he lose her anyway? 

END GAME is book two in The Dawson Family Series and concludes Quinn and Archer epic love story.

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End Game was a good finale to Quinn and Archer’s story, and I mostly enjoyed it from beginning to end. I didn’t love everything about End Game, and it wasn’t fully what I hoped it’d be. It was often slow and boring, and after a while, I honestly just wanted to finish and get it over with, which is a feeling I absolutely hate as a reader. Certain aspects and characters were frustrating and annoying, and I would’ve liked some things to have progressed differently, as well as a little something more at the end. However, for the most part, the conclusion to Quinn and Archer’s story was enjoyable, and I was fairly satisfied with the ending. Quinn and Archer’s duet (Cheat Codes and End Game) haven’t been my favorite books from Emily Goodwin so far, but I liked them, and I’m looking forward to reading Quinn’s brothers stories in the rest of the Dawson Family series.

4 STARS

About Emily Goodwin

Emily Goodwin is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of over a dozen romantic titles. Emily writes the kind of books she likes to read, and is a sucker for a swoon-worthy bad boy and happily ever afters.

She lives in the midwest with her husband and two daughters. When she’s not writing, you can find her riding her horses, hiking, reading, or drinking wine with friends. 
Emily is represented by Julie Gwinn of the Seymour Agency.
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