Fire on Ice: A New Adult Romance

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Overview

This is BOOK ONE of the FIRE ON ICE series. BOOK TWO will be available in September 2013.

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 ...

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Overview

This is BOOK ONE of the FIRE ON ICE series. BOOK TWO will be available in September 2013.

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.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781490513959
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/19/2013
  • Pages: 232
  • Sales rank: 745,280
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.49 (d)

Meet the Author

Dakota Madison has been writing since she learned to read and fell in love with books. When she's not at her computer creating spicy new romances, Dakota is traveling to exotic locales or spending time with her husband and their bloodhounds.

This book was edited by Shirley Pearson.

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  • Posted March 1, 2014

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    Kian Kavanagh is you next book boyfriend, he is a hockey player

    Kian Kavanagh is you next book boyfriend, he is a hockey player and he is as charming as he is hot. Taylor Thompson is a girl with a shattered heart due to a horrible high school experience, trying to protect herself by investing everything in her studies. But what happens when the charming Kian crosses her path? Well I will say it is going to be intense, a total rollercoaster that will take your heart and mind along the ride. 




    This new series is a must read for everyone who enjoys a hot guy and good at hockey. You’ll find yourself trying to get into the book to help them out. Make them see that what they both got is true love and not a dream. Life is as real as their story. Love isn’t always easy, and trying to get past your past is never going to be easy, you must risk it. So should Taylor and Kian to be together. 




    I enjoyed the series and read both books in one sit. Go find yourself your copy and start reading.

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  • Posted November 17, 2013

    So I¿ve never been a fan of Hockey, probably because it just see

    So I’ve never been a fan of Hockey, probably because it just seems like violence on ice and I prefer my violence in the movies, but this book may change that. Ok, probably not, but it might make me like hockey players. Kian is 1 part gladiator, 1 part Arthurian Knight, 1 part street punk, and all male. And luckily for Taylor, he is bent on becoming the man he thinks she deserves.



    Taylor is book smart and gun shy. She had her heart broken in the worst possible way (and I agree with Kian if I ever met the man I would think of new ways to castrate a man slowly…just my opinion) and 3 years later still hasn’t recovered. She doesn’t do sports and she really doesn’t like hockey…maybe.



    I laughed, I cried, I tried to slap people through the pages on my computer (doesn’t work by the way). The characters are well written, “normal” flawed people. These are people you might be friends with. They become people you care about.



    I enjoyed reading this story and I give it 4.5 out of 5 clouds.





    This product or book may have been distributed for review; this in no way affects my opinions or reviews.

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  • Posted November 14, 2013

    Fire on Ice was a pleasant, at times even sensual read. The book

    Fire on Ice was a pleasant, at times even sensual read. The book is marketed for a new adult audience, and granted, the main characters fit the target age, yet I think it is more suitable for the adult market. There are various 18+ scenes and since sometimes kids as young as sixteen start reading new adult books, I’ll keep to saying this book is definitely 18+. The main characters are both college-age as well.

    We meet Kian Kavanagh, a hockey player and star player of his team, Firestorm. Kian is rather popular with the girls, called “puck bunnies”, and they’d do anything to get into his pants. Kian usually enjoys the attention, but on this particular night out, his interest is piqued by a gorgeous girl studying at the bar. Who the heck studies at a bar? When he tries to strike up conversation, the girl, Taylor, tells him she’s not dating any hockey players, like ever. Kian is more intrigued than ever before, and he swears he won’t rest until she goes on a date with him.

    For Taylor, giving Kian a chance is the toughest thing she’s ever done after a terrible experience with her ex-boyfriend, Austin, who also happened to be a hockey player. Even though she feels a strong pull toward Kian, she’ll have to let go of the past before she can move on. And then there’s also her best friend Kyle, who’s supported her through everything that happened, and who may have started developing feelings for her as well….

    What I liked the most here was how different Kian and Taylor are. Kian comes from a lower-class family, and he’s been struggling his entire life, with a Dad sent to prison and a Mom addicted to drugs. Basically it’s always been him against the world. Taylor has had a much more priviledged upbringing, with loving parents who’d do whatever it takes to protect her.

    The characters had sparks flying all over the pages. They’re an unlikely couple, but they make it work. There’s also plenty of subplots going on to make the book intriguing, like a stalker following Taylor, her dealing with her past, and even another girl expressing interest in Kian.

    A fun, quick, and romantic read.

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