Book review:- Trick Roller by Cordelia Kingsbridge

Trick Roller by Cordelia Kingsbridge 

Series: Seven of Spades #2
Release date: 29 January, 2018
Page Count: 295 pages
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Synopsis 
It’s the height of summer in Las Vegas. Everyone believes the serial killer Seven of Spades is dead—except Levi Abrams and Dominic Russo—and it’s back to business as usual. For Levi, that means investigating a suspicious overdose at the Mirage that looks like the work of a high-class call girl, while Dominic pursues a tough internship with a local private investigator. The one bright spot for both of them is their blossoming relationship.

But things aren’t so simple. Soon Levi is sucked into a dangerous web of secrets and lies, even as his obsession with the Seven of Spades intensifies. Dominic knows that Levi isn’t crazy. He knows the Seven of Spades is still out there, and he’ll do anything to prove it. But Dominic has his own demons to battle, and he may be fighting a losing war.

One thing is certain: the Seven of Spades holds all the cards. It won’t be long before they show their hand.

Review 

This is the 2nd book in seven of Spades series and it cannot be read as a standalone. I love this book so fucking much. I loved seeing their relationship develop. All those small, sweet moments and the  mind blowing sex!
I love the mystery/suspense! I’m a huge fan of that and it’s perfectly  balanced with the romance. Levi and Dominic have amazing chemistry together. They are perfect for each other. I especially love the way Dominic treats Levi. Unlike Stanton, Levi’s ex, he doesn’t think Levi needs protection or needs to stop being a cop because it’s dangerous. He knows that Levi can take care of himself.

We get to see more of the side characters from Kill Game. Carlos and Jasmine are absolutely adorable together. I also loved seeing more of Martine, Levi’s partner. It ends on an intense cliffhanger plot-wise and I can’t wait to read the next book.

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