Series: To Love A Wildcat, #2
Author: V.L. Locey
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Comedy
Length: Novel (147 pages)
Publisher: Secret Cravings (April 4th, 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Painfully shy Liz Argon probably shouldn`t be dreaming of Veikko Aho, star goalie for the Philadelphia Wildcats. As she works side by side with ‘The Count of the Crease’ on his memoirs, she finds herself falling for the handsome goaltender. His tender ways with her and her mentally fragile mother are slowly claiming her heart. If only Veikko wasn`t already engaged to a woman far better suited to move in to ‘The Count`s’ world.
In book two of the To Love a Wildcat series, we`ll see if a glass slipper can survive in the rough and tumble world of professional ice hockey.
Review: A Most Unlikely Countess is book 2 of the To Love a Wildcat series. It works fine as a stand-alone, but be warned you will want to read book one to find out more about Viviana and Alain. This book is such a fun read. Liz isn’t your ordinary heroine. She is shy, withdrawn and pretty much Emo. She hides behind her hair and her image that she hopes scares people away from her. She works in her basement office doing obituaries. Her friend Viviana from book one got Liz a job offer to write Viekko Aho’s Biography. Liz’s mother has a mental illness and Liz finds it hard to leave her, but Viekko is persistent and tells her to bring her mother and her Gnomes along. Viekko is also a very hot main man. He is not only hot and sexy but a very kind sweet man.
I loved how V.L. tells her stories with such wit and humour. It’s so sweet, very hot and sexy and a laugh a minute.
I highly recommend this is you live Ice Hockey, hot Goalies, ferrets, Gnomes, Gothic girls, body piercings, and an all-over hot, sexy , fun, humorous romance.