Review: After the End by Katie Ruggle

Posted May 6, 2017 by Lucy D in Blue Collar, Book Reviews, Firefighters, Small Town / 0 Comments

Review:  After the End by Katie RuggleAfter the End (Search and Rescue, #4.5) by Katie Ruggle
Series: Search & Rescue #4.5
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on April 24th 2017
Genres: Blue Collar, Firefighters, Small Town
Pages: 50
Format: eBook
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For fans of sexy, brooding ice diversMotorcycle Club bad boys turned firefightersTall, dark, and silent wilderness guidesAnd cops with hearts of gold...The end is just the beginning.

What happens after happily ever after? Now that the murderer has been caught and the arsonist is behind bars, the town of Simpson, Colorado has returned to its sleepy, picturesque former glory. Yet for the heroes of Search & Rescue, work is never done...

...especially not if the extraordinary women if their lives have anything to say about it.

Told in alternating chapters focusing on four unforgettable romances, this slice-of-life novella catches up with fan favorites from Katie Ruggle's Search & Rescue series—proving once and for all that the end is just the beginning.

After the End is the fun and heart-warming epilogue novella to the exciting Search & Rescue series by Katie Ruggle.

What a nice bonus to the Search & Rescue series and set up for the next. If you read the series, this is a free digital bonus which is available at most retailers.

This is just a quick review since the information listed this as 180 pages, but it was much, much less than that for the story and I don’t know how much is an introduction to the new series.  I have a review copy so I am not starting this yet.

After The End simply gave us a last look at the four couples we met in the Search & Rescue series. The stories are chaptered Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall and each featured a different couple.

They were each nothing more than a long epilogue but each story made me want to re-read the novel featuring that couple. If I ever have time, I would enjoy doing just that. I can’t even give you a favorite scene because it would be most of a story.

I would say that this isn’t something to pick up if you haven’t read the series, but if you have or are planning to, grab a copy while it is free and available. You can also pick it up just to try out the first book in the next series which features K-9 cops.

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