Years of training are about to pay off for hockey player Nikola Vereshkova. A call to play in the big league means he can finally come through for those who need him. His relocation to Chicago comes with built-in friends – and one gorgeous enemy who was less than impressed with him after their first encounter.
Sadie Alexander knows all about the drastic measures men will take just to get laid. She’s not only experienced it first-hand, but lived to tell about it in her online column, Sadie Says. And even though she’s a die-hard independent woman on the outside, the recent marriage of her best friend has her secretly feeling more alone than ever.
Getting close to a foul-mouthed Russian hockey heartthrob was the last thing Sadie expected. And the timing couldn’t be worse since she’s sworn off of men for a writing assignment. The line between love and hate is eroding, and Niko and Sadie find themselves in deeper than they ever expected. Could something that started out wrong end up being just right?
***Warning: This book contains adult language and situations.
A Sexy, Sad, and Satisfying Read
This was my favorite read of the series and I really enjoyed the addition of characters from other books in the series! Like Sadie, I am a full member of the Dead Parents Club. This story was sad at times but illustrated the power of love in honoring loved ones both deceased and alive. There was a lot of laughter and some tears (theirs and mine) at several points during this story but the author did a fantastic job of weaving grief, hope, sensuality and happiness into this wonderful book. I'd like to know more about Orion.....
Not sure what went wrong with the book. I really didn’t enjoy this book. I expected more
One hot Russian!
Drive is one of Brenda Rothert's best works. Niko is one hot, dirty talking Russian hockey player. He falls for Sadie who has sworn off dating. Their journey toward love is hot, sweet, and swoon worthy!