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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Twirly Girl (The Venom #2) by V. L. Locey Review

Twirly Girl: The Venom Series 2Twirly Girl: The Venom Series 2 by V. L. Locey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

V. L. Locey adds another great book, Twirly Girl, to the Venom Series. NAWHL team captain of the Venom, Alicia Avery, is questioning her life. She meets street performer, Dale Christie, and his daughter, Wren Song, at a Wildcat/Venom camp. Dale helps Alicia find the answers she is looking for. This contemporary sports romance takes place in Philadelphia. Twirly Girl is told from Alicia’s point of view. It is suitable for new adult and adult audiences.

As always, V. L. Locey does a great job with her character development. Alicia and Dale are about as opposite as you can get. I enjoyed how they meet. I like how Dale makes Alicia think and reflect upon her life. He has admirable ideals and should have been born in the 60s. Alicia has been raised as the perfect daughter of a politician. I like that she evaluates her life and starts to do what she feels is best for her instead of what her parents want. She is a strong team captain who leads by example. Dale is a great father. His daughter, Wren, is a sweet little girl who has Down’s Syndrome. She says whatever is on her mind. I enjoyed the interaction between the three characters.

The plot was believable a heartfelt. I really enjoy V. L. Locey’s writing style. She makes you think. The characters grew throughout the story, especially, Alicia. I enjoyed meeting the Venom. There are some interesting women on the team. They had me laughing frequently. I look forward to the next book in the series.

Complimentary copy provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Published March 2nd 2016 by Smashwords Edition
ISBN: 139781310842108

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