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  • 4.5 stars- The series takes another exciting turn

    Trick Roller is the second in Miss Kingsbridge’s Seven of Spades series. Although this could be read alone, there are enough continuing storylines from the first book that make this a series best read in order. Once again, the action, suspense, and twists in the book kept me engaged, but this time around I liked the couple and romance aspects even more. In the first book of the series, Dominic and Levi didn’t get together until later in the book, which made it difficult to see them as a couple or feel any established chemistry. In Trick Roller, that definitely wasn’t the case and I was really happy I got to see more relationship development between the men, especially what they saw in each other and how they supported one another. Miss Kingsbridge reliably writes steamy scenes and with the deepening emotional connection between Dominic and Levi in Trick Roller, those moments had more of an impact for me. I also gained a much better understanding of both heroes- individually and as a couple- in Trick Roller and am eager to see how their relationship develops over the remainder of the series. Although I thought the first book lacked a bit in the romance department, I loved the action and suspense as Levi and Dominic raced to identify and stop the Seven of Spades. That said, as much as I was looking forward to seeing the serial killer story continue, I was also pleased Trick Roller wasn’t a rehashing of Kill Game. I liked that there was a new case to focus on, new storylines with both Levi and Dominic, and I really enjoyed how those elements ended up tying into the storylines from the previous book. Trick Roller was interconnected without feeling tired, keeping the fast pace that kept me engaged and guessing what would come next. If the first book in the Seven of Spades series caught my interest, the action, twists, relationship, and exciting ending of the second book ensured I’ll be eagerly anticipating what’s next for Dominic and Levi as they race to stop the serial killer. I’m hopeful this series will continue on its upward swing and deliver another exciting portion this spring. *eARC received via Netgalley. The publisher and author had no influence over this review*

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