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Drive (Fire on Ice Book 4) by [Rothert, Brenda]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 108 customer reviews
Book 4 of 5 in Fire on Ice (5 Book Series)
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About the Author

Brenda Rothert is a proud indie author who loves writing stories that make readers laugh, cry and occasionally, yell at their e-readers. Her Contemporary New Adult Romances include The Now Series - Now and Then, Now and Again and Now and Forever, and The Fire on Ice Series - Bound, Captive, Edge and Drive. Brenda lives in Central Illinois with her husband and three boys.

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  • File Size: 517 KB
  • Print Length: 214 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Silver Sky Publishing, Inc. (July 26, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 26, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,165 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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If you love a really great story with really hot hockey players then this series is for you because it is filled with several really hot and sexy NHL hockey players that fall in love with some really great women. I began this series just a little over 8 months ago after reading the synopsis for Bound as was sold the moment I read it. From that moment on, the more I read this series, the more I have fallen further and further in love with this series.

We first meet Sadie in Edge, she is the best friend of Dell, the female lead in that story. Sadie is a free-lance writer who has helped her best friend raise her son but seems to never find any luck in the love department. Date after date, disaster after disaster, she just can't seem to find love. But what she does seem to find from it all is a really great story to write in her weekly column "Sadie Says". But she's tired of living and writing about her disastrous dates and has a new idea for her column - "60 days Single".

We also get to meet Niko in Edge as he is one of the players on the junior team Luke was sent to play with. But like all other players on the team, Niko is waiting for that call, the call to finally move up to the NHL team. But for Niko it's not about the glory of playing in the NHL, it's about making more money to provide for his parents and siblings who are struggling to get by and keep their family run deli afloat.

When Niko first meets Sadie at Luke and Dell's wedding, he pulls his Russian accent-barely speaks English tricks to try to woo her into his bed for the night. Sadie then later finds him out and now has a hate on for him.
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We met Niko and Sadie in Book Three. Niko has now been called up to play hockey in Chicago and has one thing on his mind-- securing his position on the team. His family means everything to him and he wants to repay them for the sacrifices they have made to get him where he is. So he sees no long term relationships for himself for a very long time.

Sadie writes a newspaper column about being single. Her goal is to meet an honest man and eventually have a family of her own. But after another blind date disaster, she pitches a 60 day no relationship column idea to her editor and it is accepted. Niko has a reputation as a one nighter, but with Sadie he wants more. They got off to a rocky start when they met and he tried to play her. But the better he has gotten to know her, the more he likes everything about her. He knows he will now have to wait 61 days, or change her mind about waiting, and he's voting for option two.

I could not put this book down. It is so good. The characters are believable and likable. The writing is smooth and the storyline is engaging. I knew I would love Sadie, but Niko stole my heart. This is a definite read, reread and recommend series and a must read standalone book. It gets a solid five stars. I can't wait for the next book, Orion's story.
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Drive is the fourth book in the Fire on Ice series and it was just as good as the others! I tore through it because Brenda Rothert's writing style engaged me right from the start and I love sports romances. Most of the time I read books about football players but, after reading this series, I have developed a very strong appreciation for hockey players as well!

Nikola Vereshkova (Niko) is a minor league hockey player for the Chicago team and he always pushes himself to be the best. He emigrated with his parents, three brothers, and sister from Russia 20 years ago and his family always struggled to the point where they didn't have enough to eat. His parents own a deli but times have never been easy for them and they don't feel like they can take time off to come see him play hockey. Niko vows to himself that he will be the best hockey player he can be so he can earn enough money to help his parents out since they helped him as much as they could. His family is his motivation and he will do anything he can to make them all happy.

When Niko gets the call that he is going to play for the Chicago NHL team, he can't wait to get there and put his whole heart into playing hockey. He also never has any serious relationships with women because he doesn't want any distractions that could hurt his chances of earning more money to help his family. Then he meets Sadie Alexander...

Sadie is a quick-witted, feisty freelance writer who moved to Chicago with her best friend Dell and her son (both of whom we met in Edge, the third book in the series). She has had bad experiences with relationships and finds it hard to trust people. She lost her family a few years ago in a horrific accident and is lonely even though she has her friends.
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Drive is yet another beautiful love story in the Fire And Ice series.

I was born and raised in the South and know football like the back of my hand so I was a wee bit concerned that I might not "connect" with characters in books that center around ice hockey. As it turns out, I not only connected with Niko and Sadie, I fell in love with them (just as I have with all of the characters throughout this series).

Niko is easy to love and root for and there is a little bit of all of us in Sadie, which makes for a wonderful reading experience. And while there is angst, it is organic and believable; unlike so many books these days where the conflict is forced and outlandish.

So kick back and spend a few hours in Niko and Sadie's wonderful love story - you won't regret it.
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