- 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.
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