Blog Tour; A Chip And A Chair


Thanks for checking out the blog tour for A Chip and a Chair, the conclusion to the Seven of Spades series!

Just as the Seven of Spades investigation is closing in, an act of terror devastates Las Vegas. In order to save the city they love, Levi and Dominic may need the help of the very killer they’ve been hunting…


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.


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Review

Oh my God. I love this series. Everything heats up and comes to a head and I feel so many things. 

Levi and Dominic are back together and stronger than ever. Which, after the way they broke my heart during the last book, that was good to see. Especially since they need to stay strong in order to defeat not only the Seven of Spades but Utopia. 

While I loved the book overall, there were some things that I had issue with. Namely the plot with Utopia. Personally, I would have liked to see that storyline end in a different book, before the storyline with the SoS was done. 

I didn’t really like the way the SoS case was handled in this book. Not because it wasn’t good and I didn’t love it. But because I felt it was lacking in some places. The reveal was good. I was right from the beginning of the series on who the killer was, but I hate being right. It was devastating and I cried over what it did to Levi. How the way the killer was taken down, however, it wasn’t the way I ever thought it would go. That was nice because it takes a lot to surprise me and I was not expecting the way this book turned. 

I loved the twists and turns, the danger, the way the characters banded together and took their lives back after the SoS tried to take them down. Levi and Dominic were tormented by the killer throughout the series and to finally have it end was such a relief, for the characters and the reader. 

I hope we get a novella or short story or something because I think there’s more to Levi and Dominic’s HEA. I love where they left off, but I want more of them. I feel like their connection is strong and I would love to see more of the place they are in now after the dust settles. 

Overall this was a great way to end an amazing series. I want to reread and discover all the clues I missed the first time around.


Las Vegas has never seen a serial killer like the Seven of Spades.

The self-styled vigilante is on a mission to cut down the wicked and treacherous, and Sin City has no shortage of targets for their bloody wrath. What happens in Vegas . . . ends with the Seven of Spades’s calling card on a grisly corpse.

Standing against the killer are Levi Abrams, a dedicated homicide detective locked in a constant struggle to restrain his own dark side, and bounty hunter Dominic Russo, a charming rogue with a heavy secret weighing on his shoulders.

The hunt for the Seven of Spades sends Levi and Dominic on a collision course, igniting a passionate relationship forged in conflict and sealed with blood. Together they’re stronger than the sum of their parts, but a wily, elusive serial killer isn’t the only threat that will strain their bond to the breaking point.

Ante up, because the Seven of Spades is all in. Are you?



About Cordelia Kingsbridge

Cordelia Kingsbridge has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Pittsburgh, but quickly discovered that direct practice in the field was not for her. Having written novels as a hobby throughout graduate school, she decided to turn her focus to writing as a full-time career. Now she explores her fascination with human behavior, motivation, and psychopathology through fiction. Her weaknesses include opposites-attract pairings and snarky banter.

Away from her desk, Cordelia is a fitness fanatic, and can be found strength training, cycling, and practicing Krav Maga. She lives in South Florida but spends most of her time indoors with the air conditioning on full blast!

Connect with Cordelia:


Email: cordeliakingsbridge@gmail.com




Twitter: @c_kingsbridge




Giveaway

To celebrate the release of A Chip and a Chair one lucky person will win a $10 Riptide Publishing gift card! Leave a comment with your contact info to enter the contest. Entries close at midnight, Eastern time, on March 16, 2019. Contest is NOT restricted to U.S. entries. Thanks for following along, and don’t forget to leave your contact info! 

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  1. I'm glad I waited until I could read them all.
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  2. Thank you for the review! I'm looking forward to giving the series a go.
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  3. I've really enjoyed this series. Like you, I would love more Levi and Dom, but if not, I am happy with their perfect ending. :)
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