10 Random Questions with V.L. Locey
- Tropical Island or Cabin in the Woods? Cabin in the woods. Our little farm sits right next to some Pennsylvania State Game Lands and I can’t imagine not being able to look out and see the forest.
- Coffee or tea? Coffee.
- Superman or Batman? Neither. I’m a Marvel gal all the way. Give me Deadpool, Wolverine, Iron Man, Hawkeye or Dr. Strange and I am in Seventh Heaven!
- Cook dinner or wash dishes? Honestly, it would be wash dishes. I cook only because I have to. =D
- Walking Dead or Once a Upon a Time? Walking Dead hands down. We LOVE TWD in this house.
- Snow day or spring break? Spring break. Shoveling paths to all our various barns and coops stinks!
- Handwriting or typing? Typing. My handwriting looks like my chickens wrote it.
- Ten minutes early or twenty minutes late? Ten minutes early, always early. My husband is worse and needs to be everywhere twenty minutes early.
- Dogs or cats? This is tough. I love our dog but I adore my cats so I guess I lean toward cats.
- Five star resort or tent? How about a modern log cabin? I’m not really a fancy resort person and I know I dislike sleeping in tents.
Born into a prestigious and powerful political family, Venom captain Alicia Avery learned at a young age that appearances were everything. Alicia has now been molded into the perfect young woman; her only transgressions against the dictates of her parents to date are her dogged determination to play hockey and a rather radical new haircut. That was before Alicia met Dale Christie, a highly principled and deeply spiritual street performer who is raising his daughter, Wren Song, alone.
Now Alicia is finally opening her mind and heart to the knowledge that there is more to life than monetary success and ambitious goals. As her soul awakens, so does her desire for the man her parents – and society – would deem horrendously wrong for her. Can the Venom captain learn to walk a new path of serenity through life? Or will the pacifist and the hockey player be torn apart by a world that judges a person by the size of their bank account versus the largesse of their soul?