A Chip and a Chair

Cordelia Kingsbridge
A Chip and a Chair
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Riptide Publishing
Release Date
March 2019
Book 5 of Seven of Spades
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

Detective Levi Abrams and PI Dominic Russo are reunited and more committed to each other than ever, but they can't truly move forward with their lives until the serial killer who's been tormenting them is behind bars. When a secret burial site is discovered in the desert with the remains of the Seven of Spades's earliest victims, that goal finally seems within reach.

But just as the net is tightening, the Neo-Nazi militia Utopia launches their master plan with a devastating act of terror that changes the landscape of Las Vegas forever. As Levi and Dominic scramble to prevent the city's destruction, they're opposed by treacherous forces that propel them toward catastrophe. In the end, Levi's fate may rest in the hands of the very killer he's been hunting.

The race to save Sin City is on, and these players are going for broke. No matter how hopeless things seem, as long as they're together and they've got a chip to play and a chair to sit in, they're still in the game.

Book Review by Ana (reviewer)
May 18, 2019   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
46 people found the following review helpful
The final instalment of the Seven of Spades series remain as full of action and love as its companions. It was an absolute thrill. High on action and mystery, it was a perfect final chapter for this amazing series.

While Levi and Dominic are trying to pull the pieces together, after the new clues on the Seven of Spades' identity, the neo-nazi group that make themselves called Utopia, is growing stronger. Their master plan promises to bring destruction to Las Vegas. If they want to keep the city away from the devastation that is coming its way, they have to rely on new and unexpected alliances.

It was amazing. Just as good as the previous book. It is a bit higher on action, which was a bit of a problem at times, because the extent of the action scenes went too long at times. It didn't bother me that much, but I think it left little time to dedicate to romance, which is something I loved in the series. It was extremely fast-paced, very exciting and impossible to put it down.

The relationship between Levin and Dominic is so beautiful. They have so much ups and downs that it would be fantastic to see them just sharing some happy moments. The emotions between them are so intense that it's so easy to believe in their love.

The plot is really good. It felt too realistic at times, it was a little scary to think that some of the events might not be so far to actually happen these days. I loved that there are a lot of suspects which keep me guessing all the time. It was very entertaining trying to guess who the Seven of Spades was. I loved every page of the book and of the series. Definitely recommend it for someone who loves a well done mystery full of action and romance.
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