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Tape to Tape: The Venom Series 3 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
V. L. Locey TAPE TO TAPE is a wonderful addition to the Venom Series. Venom defensive coach, Dorothy “Dot” West, is infuriated when former Wildcat goalie and co-host of a Philadelphia sports talk radio show, Theo Grier, bashes the Venom on the air. She calls in to speak her mind. The next thing she knows she is co-hosting a new talk radio show with Grier. The contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences. I like Dot. She is a decorated Olympic athlete. She knows hockey and loves the sport. She is a thirty-four-year-old loving single mom. I think it is cute that her daughter, Abigail, pretends to be British because she loves Harry Potter. The girl clearly has taste. I could understand why Theo initially rubs Dot wrong. I like that he is confident and persistent. I love that their kids get along. The two have great chemistry and make a good couple. I was furious at the woman who approached Dot, Abigail, Sofia, and Serena on their night out. I dislike prejudice, especially when it is against a child. That was just wrong. It’s unfortunate that things like that really happen. I thought it was great when Isabelle asked Dot if she wanted to discuss the difficulties of being in an interracial relationship. The two have some things in common. I love that Dot moves into the same building as Derrick Andersson and Maggie Charles. I think it is wonderful that Dot and Maggie become good friends. I appreciated that topics were covered from previous books, like Liz and Veikko Aho adopting Trevor’s baby. I look forward to reading where V. L. Locey takes us in her next book in the series. Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Love to hate or hate to love? Which is it? I think it's safe to say that I love to hate Theo, but Dot West, defensive coach for the Venom women's professional hockey team, hates to love him. Theo Grier is an ex-goalie turned sports radio talk show host. He's a straight shooter that calls them as he sees them. When Dot hears his negativism towards his old team, the Wildcats, and her Venom, she can't help, but to call in. That one impulsive call starts the inevitable snowball starts rolling. V.L. Locey lights the lamp again with another deep thinking, soul searching novel. An easy read, Tape to Tape, deals with interracial relationships in one of the most positive ways I've ever read. The third book in the Venom series, Tape to Tape can be read on it's own, but reading Clean Sweep and Twirly Girl first adds some nice background information. There is a bit of crossover from her wonderful To Love A Wildcat series as well.