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Posted October 24, 2013
Fire on Ice (Fire on Ice #1) by Dakota Madison 5 of 5 Stars Kia
Fire on Ice (Fire on Ice #1) by Dakota Madison
5 of 5 Stars
Kian Kavanagh is the center the Firestorm, a new professional hockey team in Northern Arizona. He has his choice of women but is intrigued by the college girl who is studying at the local bar.
Taylor Thompson was traumatized by her high school hockey player boyfriend. She hasn’t dated anyone in the three years since they broke up concentrating on her major.
The two seem like an unlikely couple but can they deny their attraction for one another?
I loved this book. Dakota Madison did a spectacular job in describing Kian and Taylor’s emotions. Her primary and secondary characters are multidimensional giving the book a remarkable and believable story.
I read this book in one sitting and did not want it to end. I was so glad that there is a sequel, The Playmaker.
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Posted September 10, 2013
The New Adult genre is all the rage right now and Madison nailed
The New Adult genre is all the rage right now and Madison nailed it with this awesome debut of a one-of-a-kind series. Fans of romance and hockey alike will discover a few unanswered questions lingering by the time they reach the end, and thank the lucky stars up above that a sequel will follow. Readers will enjoy the wide array of likeable characters, and find that there's just enough heat to spice things up. Taylor, the heroine of the story will connect with many other young women. We all know the feeling after having our heart shattered to bits and swearing off love, but then all it takes is one guy and one look to make you forget. Book lovers will feel the connection almost immediately. Can't wait for the next one!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.