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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. She meets Niko at the dress rehearsal for Luke and Dell's wedding and she falls for his I-don't-speak-English-well act. Even though she is infuriated with him, she still finds herself attracted to him and gradually her walls come crashing down. When her dream job opportunity in New York presents itself, she finds herself torn between wanting the career she has always wanted and a man with whom she has fallen madly in love.
The Fire on Ice series has been amazing and I am looking forward to reading the other book in the series! If you enjoy reading contemporary romances centered around hockey players, I think you will really enjoy this series. I would definitely read the books in order since each book flows into the next book. I highly recommend this series!
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.
I say the same thing to my husband, and truly mean it.
A beautiful story about how two people seem to think they are destin to be alone because of their priorities in life.
They aren't looking for each other, but stumbled into love regardless of their need to take care of what they think is important at this time in their lives.
Love how protective and attentive Niko is to his someone.
I really love this series. 😳
Sadie has been looking for Mr. Right but has been left with too many Mr. Wrongs. She decides enough is enough and stops dating all together. She usually keeps most people at arm’s length, her best friend Dell along with her son Kyler and husband Luke are the closest to family she has.
When Niko gets brought up to Chicago to play for the NHL, he works hard, and leaves the playing behind. He refuses to let distractions come in the way of his game. It’s finally time for him to be able to give back to his parents who scrimped, saved and sacrificed so that Niko could play hockey.
It’s not long before Niko tries to make nice with Sadie but she hasn’t forgotten the game he played when they first met. They end up calling a truce to be able to get along. Of course, with the chemistry between these two being just friends isn’t enough.
This series just keeps getting better and better. I had this book read in no time, I couldn’t put it down!
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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Title: Drive Fire On Ice Series #4
Author: Brenda Rothert
Genre: Contemporary Sports
Book 4 in Brenda Rothert`s Fire on Ice series is going to make you laugh, swoon and just melt for this sexy Russian and Sadie.Read more