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A Chip and a Chair

Seven of Spades, Book 5
Narrated by: Wyatt Baker
Series: Seven of Spades, Book 5
Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
Categories: LGBT, Romance
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Publisher's Summary

It's time to lay all the cards on the table.
 

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.

©2019 Cordelia Kingsbridge (P)2019 Riptide Publishing

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  • AlexJouJou
  • 05-09-2020

Solid ending!

I’ve enjoyed this whole series. A seat of your pants thriller on so many occasions, I’ve grown to love both men. They aren’t perfect - far from. But they overcome and they love. The narration brought this to life in an amazing way as well.

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  • Rachel BPG
  • 15-04-2020

Great Series

Really enjoyed this series. Although I guessed the killer in book 1. I still enjoyed the story! I also thought the narrator did an excellent job. I loved how he voiced both Levi and Dominic.

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  • tiger
  • 22-02-2020

Amazing ending to a beautiful story

wow I don't even know what to say. This has probably been one of the best series I have ever read. It is just so good and hits on so many human flaws and emotions and characters. Its deep and complicated and full of twists and turns. The characters and their battle to prevail against all odds. Full of nonstop action and intrigue around the serial killer serial killer. Dominic and Levi are so perfect for each other and the stuff that they go through and the way they counterbalance each other in a relationship is just so fascinating to read it sucks you in from the very beginning.

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  • Annika
  • 17-12-2019

The end

This journey and this series has sadly come to an end. On the one hand I’m kind of glad as things really did spin out of control there in the last few books and some things were hard to swallow. However, on the other hand I’ve loved spending time with Dominic and Levi and the rest of the gang, and not to forget Rebel. Mostly Dominic and Levi though. I loved their relationship and them as people. They felt real to me, human. They bled, they stumbled, held grudges and faltered – just like everyone else. They weren’t über menches or superheroes. I loved them for that. I also loved how their relationship developed throughout the books. From that first book you knew they had something real. We watched them fight for it and grow into it. Then they hit a major rough patch and realized that sometimes love is not enough, and that in order to not drown yourself, sometimes you have to let go. And now finally we see them together again. On solid ground and loving each other as much as they ever did. Their love might not be the focal point for most of the book, but underneath the terror and urgency it’s there and it’s strong. I know that if any couple that I’ve read about for the past I don’t want to count many years, has what it takes to really make it in the long run, Dominic and Levi are it. Wyatt Baker has done a great job with this book and series. He has brought each character to life, each moment. This book was intense to say the least, so he had to bring out all the stops. Not to mention the final reveal/s of the Seven of Spade’s identity. The shock for our two guys was clear in his voice. It’s not flawless, he still mispronounces words that I kind of wish he’d learned to pronounce by now. Still I’m happy with what we got. My favourite part of the book was the epilogue – or well the part where Dominic and Levi could finally relax and just be, heal. It was sweet and well-deserved and I loved to see them happy. I’ve loved the time that I’ve spend with Dominic and Levi, and I’m sad to leave them, but as they say all good things must come to an end, but maybe we’ll met again someday. A copy of this book was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.

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  • Bunty
  • 16-12-2019

GOOD ENDING TO AN INTERESTING AND EXCITING SERIES

A very exciting series. The two main protagonists were fantastic. I feel sorry for Levi and his problems with Seven of Spades. The final revealing of who Seven of Spades was shocking! Very very exciting conclusion. Superb performance by Wyatt Baker. Well written by Cordelia Kingsbridge. I hope there will be more good series to come soon.

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  • Aethena Drake
  • 07-12-2019

Great story. Great narration.

Exciting end to an interesting story. This series had a little bit of all my favorites: unique characters, twisty plot, mystery, suspense, a serial killer, angst filled romance, intense action, and good writing.

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  • jodikayti
  • 17-11-2019

OMG! what a fantastic finish to a great series

OMG! the second half of this book was just brutal and I was absolutely stunned by who the Seven of Spades was. No spoilers here. The action was fast paced and intense. I just love how Dominic knew his Levi, when to stand by him, behind him and when to hold him back. The second to last chapter was incredibly emotional at the funeral of Jonas Gibbs. The epilogue was classic Levi and Dominic and perfect. I highly recommend this series.

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  • Mary
  • 07-06-2020

Absurd and over-indulgent

While I knew this book was the 'same old' cop/serial killer story template, I'd enjoyed the first two books, felt less inclined toward the second two, and by book 5 I really reached my limit, even though the narrator was very good. The storyline reminded me of books by Aimee Nicole Walker and Gregory Ashe, but it was the repetitive 'life death scenarios' then banging on a consistent loop throughout this particular series that began to bore me. The ID of the serial killer known as the 7 of Spades was revealed. If I wasn't so confused by how absolutely ABSURD it was that this particular person was chosen to be the serial killer I would have laughed out loud. We have a body count of more than 50 -FIFTY- before the end game carnage begins. The serial killer has killed 50 mostly grown men and apparently, at least 14 of them were lugged out to the desert and buried - single-handed- without the killer's partner knowing. Forgive the eye-rolls for the complete implausibility of this. There were SO MANY HOLES in the choice of the person for the serial killer. Not only would their lack of physical strength, zero combat training, and involved home life have made all of the detailed planning and preparation for the murders impossible. There was a certain 'gender' fact that would have led to a gap in the murders... which never occurred to the author... or the cops investigating. I feel super disappointed that the author decided on high-octane, blow it all to hell for the end game. And the hour and a half of story afterward the endgame ended up feeling over-indulgent.