Victor Kalinski and Dan Arou are back in this sequel from Two Man Advantage. Game Misconduct by V. L. Locey is an amazing book I could not put down.
I said it in my Two Man Advantage review, and I am going to say it again. I love Vic! I am fairly certain I would hate him in real life. Or maybe not, because there really aren’t that many people I don’t like. His sarcasm is unparalleled. The things that come out of his mouth crack me up or make me shake my head. The guy seriously has no filter, not to mention a creative mind. He is probably one of the best developed characters I have ever read about. He has grown tremendously and is a little less snarky, okay usually, that is just around Dan.
Speaking of Dan, pretty sure he is up for sainthood: Saint Dan of the Shire. He is about the only person that could handle Vic. Although I am not certain handle is the right word. Dan is a great guy. He brings love and balance into Vic’s life. Dan is greatly tested in the book.
I find it amusing that Vic always refers to Dan as Frodo, a Hobbit, or being smaller than Dobbey the house elf. The fact that he even knows the Lord of the Rings, and Harry Potter characters brought him up a notch in my book. Those are two of my favorite fantasy series.
The plot was surprising. I think I have a bruise on the bottom of my jaw from when my mouth hit the floor. Many realistic and serious issues develop in this novella. Game Misconduct was a remarkable narrative. I really cannot wait to hear their next story. Dan and Vic are two people I would not want to tick off.
I highly suggest reading Two Man Advantage prior to Game Misconduct. If you are offended by foul language and graphic m/m sex scenes, be warned, although Vic is bi, as he likes to remind everyone. If you love sarcasms, hockey, and laughing this book is for you.
Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.