Author: Dakota Madison
Genre: Contemporary Romance / New Adult Romance / Sports Romance
He’s Fire on Ice and she’s afraid to get burned again…
“You always think a guy is going to be different until he’s not.”
Firestorm Center Kian Kavanagh dominates the ice like a rock star dominates the stage. He’s the hottest new player to be recruited for the Firestorm, a newly established professional hockey team in Northern Arizona.
After Taylor Thompson’s heart was completely shattered by her high school’s most popular jock, she vowed never to date another athlete. And she keeps that promise through her first three years of college by putting up impenetrable walls to protect her from heartbreak.
But after a chance meeting with the charming and irresistible Kian Kavanagh, Taylor’s carefully constructed walls are in serious danger of being burned down by Mr. Fire on Ice.
Fire on Ice was definitely a hot read! This book is the kind of enjoyable, heart-warming, romantic, hot read that’s ideal for summer holiday, or on those longer winter nights.
Kian Kavanagh is one of the star players of hockey team Firestorm, which means he’s never had a shortage of women interested in him. But when he sees a girl studying at a bar – who the heck studies at a bar? – he’s instantly interested in her.
Taylor has had a bad experience with a hockey player before, and she’s still suffering the aftermath. So when Kian shows he’s interested in her, her first instinct is to pull away and ignore him. But she can’t ignore the nagging emotions pushing them together…
I liked Kian. He’s definitely alpha-male. For my tastes, he resorted to violence a little too quickly. He never actually goes into a fight, but he sure likes to threaten people with it. Apart from that, I liked him. He was protective, but not overprotective, and he didn’t boss Taylor around.
Taylor was okay, although I didn’t find her as interesting as I would’ve liked. She seemed rather bland. Kian also keeps emphasizing how beautiful she is, while there should be more to her than just her looks.
Together, they made an interesting couple. The plot is nothing extraordinary, but it was defnitely enjoyable, and not overly complicated, so ideal for a quick, romantic read.
If you’re in the mood for some quick, hot romance, this book would be a great choice.