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Two Man Advantage, by V.L. Locey

Victor Kalinski, all-star forward for the Boston Barracudas, is one of the biggest jerks in professional hockey. Before long his aggressive attitude gets him shipped off to play in the minor leagues.

Furious, he takes to the ice with equal amounts of skill and scathing sarcasm, which doesn’t win him any friends—except for good-natured team captain Daniel Arou. He won’t take any of Vic’s crap, and he won’t take no for an answer.

But Vic’s troublemaking is pulling his career one way while Dan’s talent is pushing his in the other. However much they scorch the sheets, they might soon be separated by more than Vic’s fear of being hurt.

Reader Advisory: This story has graphic sexual language and scenes—no closed bedroom doors (or other rooms) here!

Inside Scoop: This book contains scorching gay sex and a heaping helping of no-holds-barred snark between hot hockey heroes who don’t pull their punches.

A Romantica® gay erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

  • Sales Rank: #135840 in eBooks
  • Published on: 2015-04-15
  • Released on: 2015-04-15
  • Format: Kindle eBook

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
I loved this. LOVED
By Avon Gale
I started this book this morning, in bed, on my day off. I did not get out of bed until I finished it. No, wait, that’s not true — I got out of bed to get my Kindle cord because it was dying slowly. I am in my pajamas, I have a raging caffeine withdrawal headache and TOTALLY WORTH IT.

I loved this. LOVED. IT. I immediately hated Vic Kalinski in the best of all ways about two seconds in (the kind of hate where you know, you just KNOW, it’s going to turn into LOVE before too long — and it did), and I was so invested in his story by the second chapter. And Dan. OH, DAN. I loved his sense of humor, his Wolverine tattoo, how he took absolutely zero sh** from Vic, how he gave it right back and how he topped the ever-loving hell out of Vic when he needed it.

I’m sure I’ve mentioned before that I adore narrators who are clueless about what they need, and Vic, oh, you are up there in my list of favorites. His defensive posturing might have come off as annoying in the hands of a less-skilled writer, but Locey wrote wonderful hints of Vic’s real issues before Vic himself came to admit — and acknowledge — them, and it really just worked on every level for me as a reader. I love that Vic lets his defenses down enough to become part of the team without losing who he is as a person. Yeah, a lot of his ego was self-deprecating posturing, but Vic is also cocky and I love that he stays that way even when he dials it down. He’s feisty, Dan is feisty, and together they’re sparky and so much fun.

Let’s talk about the hockey. THE HOCKEY. Locey knows her hockey– this is evident in both the game play (which I would say is easy for casual fans or even non-fans to follow, and nuanced enough for the crazy fans like yours truly to appreciate) and the team dynamics — everything from the drills to the coaches to the interactions on the ice. I am RAVING about this book and I know it, but I can’t help it and I don’t want to help it. Only sheer force of will (and the caffeine headache) and a desire to spew forth my fangirl love about this book got me out of bed instead of starting the sequel. The fact that there is a sequel made me gleeful. GLEEFUL. There is glee beneath this headache, even if my laundry and the thousand things I need to do on my day off are going to remain untouched because of it. DON’T CARE.

The writing in this is snappy and awesome, the story moves at a great pace and oh it’s HOT. There’s romance that never veers into a too-sappy place, it’s FUNNY and full of great lines right and left, and so engaging that I couldn’t stop reading it. The ending is satisfying, with our characters not becoming perfect people but becoming better together than they are apart, and that’s just about as romantic as it gets.

ALSO. HOCKEY. (less)

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Two Man Advantage by V.L. Locey
By Diane Lynch
NHL forward for the Boston Barracudas, Victor Kalinski, insolent behavior gets him sent down to the minors for an attitude adjustment. The persistent AHL alternative captain of the Cayuga Cougars, Daniel Arou, will not tolerate his disrespect.

If I met Vik in real life, I would probably hate him, but reading the story from his point of view, I love the guy. His commentaries, while mean, are hysterical. He is right up my sarcastic alley. Having had a neglected childhood he has a pretty dismal outlook on life. He does not want to let anyone in, because he is tired of getting hurt.

Dan is the perfect individual to combat Vik’s stubborn personality. He is very persistent. He will not let people walk all over him. He is well-liked by his team mates. He’s the team joker. He takes responsibility for his action. His childhood was the opposite of Vik’s. After being assigned as roommates, Vic and Dan got to know each other better.

The Cayuga Cougars are kind of a train wreck. Despite Vic being an all-star player, the head coach of the Cougars, Martin Lambert, is cursing for being stuck with him again. Vik is always a jerk, but as he hangs out with Arou, he starts to become a nicer jerk.

I was happy to hear that V. L. Locey will be writing another book with Vic and Dan. I am looking forward to reading more about what happens in their future. I really enjoyed this fast-paced book and the growth of the characters. Two Man Advantage was full of great hockey scenes and heartfelt moments.

A gifted copy was provided by author for an honest review.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
This will definitely go into my read again list!
By Amy
I may be in the minority, but I fell in love with Victor. His inner thoughts had me laughing out loud so many times. I freakin love his humor and whit. He is crass, he is harsh, he is no-holds-barred with absolutely no filter, he is an ass, but all of this comes from the deep seeded pain of his childhood and his drunk, abusive, unloving mother. Daniel, somehow, sees through Victor’s gruff exterior immediately and refuses to put up with his crap. Daniel’s family and upbringing are the complete opposite of Victor’s, and Daniel shows Victor what it’s like to be truly loved. And speaking of being truly loved, HOLY HELL BATMAN!!! Their sex life is off-the-charts, sizzling, panty-wetting hot! WOWZA!!
What happens when Victor finally opens up, becomes…well, less of jerk (lol), and above all else…loves, and then Daniel is called up to the NHL, leaving Victor behind. How will this tamed beast survive not having his Hobbit there to help keep him grounded?
V.L. Locey has quickly become a favorite author of mine! Two Man Advantage is extremely well-written, great dialogue, great humor that is perfectly intermixed with an amazing story with heartfelt, engaging, and realistic characters – you cannot go wrong with this! This will definitely go into my read again list!

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