Margarite Lancourt, daughter of Wildcat’s team owner Isabelle Lancourt, life was easier before she became involved with the newest member of the Wildcats, Petro Shevenko.
After reading Reality Check (To Love a Wildcat #4) I couldn’t wait to read this book to find out what happened between Margarite and Petro. I was not disappointed.
I enjoyed reading Margarite perspective on things. Being an only child and hearing impaired her mother is way over protective of her. Margarite is an amazing character. I thought it was admirable of her accepting the way she was born and not having surgery for her hearing in order to be a role model for kids with hearing disabilities. Although I think, she could still be a good role model and teacher, even if she someday decides to go ahead with the surgery. However, I love that she thinks she is fine with the way she is and not broken. That is a healthy attitude that I admire.
I also thought it was commendable of her to stick by Petro and help him with his alcoholism. Many people would not have stuck by him. Heck most people don’t even like him. Petro has had a difficult life. I’m glad he is given an opportunity for a better one and has people to help support him.
Language of Love is a well done novel. It has an interesting and believable plot. It includes past characters, making the story more endearing. It’s also nice to know that we will most likely be snippets of Margarite and Petro down the line.
Complimentary copy provided publisher via manicreaders.com in exchange for an honest review.