Title: Angle Play
Author: V.L. Locey
Publisher: Gone Writing Publishing
Release Date: 01-18-2017
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 190
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Born and raised in a small town outside Pittsburgh, Stephanie Huschuk has had to battle for everything she’s achieved in life. Now she’s vying for the spot of starting goalie on the Philadelphia Venom and there’s only one thing that might hold her back: her feelings for Professor Greg Blue Blanket. Greg is considerably older than she is and recently divorced.
As if those two things weren’t reasons enough for Stephanie to keep her distance, he’s also the twin brother of her goalie coach, Alice Dunlop. But the heart wants what the heart wants and soon Stephanie is facing not only the ire of one of her coaches, but she’s going to have to make one of the most difficult decisions a woman can make.
Will the stresses of family, life, and hockey rip them apart, or will love be enough to keep this couple together?
Warning-This novel contains controversial subject matter.
Angle Play was a great 5 star read.
We read about the Venom hockey players and Stephanie. She has finally made it to starting goalie and she is determined to keep it that way. Stephanie also has an attraction to older men, one being Greg her coach’s brother.
Greg and Stephanie struggle to take things slow. Greg’s sister isn’t really excited about his relationship with Stephanie.Stephanie’s mother was great with Greg.
If you love someone then the expression of that love isn’t a sin.
As things move forward there is a huge twist that was not expected. How will Greg and Stephanie deal with this unexpected issue? Stephanie was a very strong character and I really liked Greg as well, these two had a great connection. I had some lol moments with some of the comments that Whitney made. The secondary characters added a great element to the story. V.L. Locey pulls you in with her writing and you won’t want to put it down until your done. Note: There is a topic in this book that could be considered very controversial.