Spoiler Alert! The following blurb contains spoilers for Cash Plays, book three of Seven of Spades.
Shattered by their devastating breakup, Detective Levi Abrams and PI Dominic Russo find themselves at war right when they need each other most. While Dominic is trapped in a vicious cycle of addiction, Levi despairs of ever catching the Seven of Spades. The ruthless vigilante’s body count continues to climb, and it’s all Levi can do to keep up with the carnage.
When Levi’s and Dominic’s paths keep crossing in the investigation of a kidnapping ring with a taste for mutilation, it feels like history repeating itself. Thrown together by fate once again, they reluctantly join forces in their hunt for the mastermind behind the abductions.
But the Seven of Spades hates sharing the spotlight, and they have an ace in the hole: a new batch of victims with a special connection to Levi. Their murders send shockwaves through Las Vegas and change the rules of the game forever.
The Seven of Spades has upped the ante. If Levi and Dominic don’t play their cards right, they’ll end up losing everything.
Kingsbridge (Cash Plays) takes readers on a first-rate thrill ride with the tautly plotted fourth in her Seven of Spades romantic suspense series, which will keep readers guessing all the way to the end. Detective Levi Abrams is still in love with his ex-boyfriend, PI Dominic Russo, but can't bear to watch Dominic spiral downward with his gambling addiction. Tough, tortured Levi is the unwilling darling of an infamous Las Vegas serial killer who goes by the catchy moniker of the Seven of Spades, and the murderer whose body count now tops 22 seems out to get anyone who tries to harm Levi. That includes the four homophobes who, years earlier, attempted to beat Levi to death outside a gay bar; now they're turning up dead in Las Vegas. A kidnapping ring with a gruesome calling card a victim's extricated eyeball also keeps Levi and Dominic hopping. Kingsbridge's plot has plenty of hair-raising turns and skillfully laid red herrings. The graphic violence may scare off the squeamish, but those who hang in there for the duration are rewarded with a tale that will linger long after the final page is turned.