Melting Ice - Jami Davenport

Melting Ice Book

By Jami Davenport

  • Release Date: 2015-06-15
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
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Description Book Melting Ice

Melting Ice a book written by Jami Davenport genre Contemporary enjoy.

the book Melting Ice was published in 2015-06-15.

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  • Melting Ice

    5
    By jane2053
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  • 4 stars

    4
    By NewEarthorBust
    So good! Heartwarming love story.
  • More Hockey Romance

    5
    By Mojo back
    I was given an copy of this book for an honest review. Melting Ice is about Isaac 'Ice' Wolfe and Avery Maxwell. Isaac has just been traded to the Sockeyes and its his last stop in the NHL. He has major anger issues and is in no way a team player. Avery is a horse trainer who, for once, is following her dreams and not the dreams her family has for her. She lives and works on a horse farm, which happens to be the right next to the property that Isaac rents when he joins the Sockeyes. Isaac and Avery meet and have an instant attraction, and they couldn't be more different. I liked this installment of the Sockeyes series. I didn't want to like Isaac and I ended up really loving him. He and Avery were perfect together and I loved learning their stories. This is a must read for anyone reading the Sockeyes series and any one who wants a nice romance story.
  • A great addition to a great series.

    5
    By Cchimni
    Avery started to stand up for herself and live her own life in the last book. In Melting Ice we see her story unfold. Throw in the bad boy Isaac who is on his last chance at playing in the NHL, and we have a great story. Isaac demonstrates through determination we can rise above tragedy and the mistakes that paint our past. The connection and suppose Isaac and Avery give each other throughout their story is inspirational. I also enjoyed seeing perks of Riley's progress. A great addition to a great series. Looking forward to continuing to watch the sockeyes grow!
  • My favorite so far in the series!

    4
    By ficcentral
    Isaac β€œIce” Wolfe is as cold as his nickname implies, but his bad attitude has led to what very well be his last trade in the NHL. The Seattle Sockeyes are taking a chance on the player no other team wants, and if he doesn't make a change, he'll be off the ice in no time. Avery Maxwell is finally pursuing dreams of her own. Terribly neglected by her parents, she followed her sisters in making sure they had roof over their heads and food on the table. But now that she finally has the chance to do what she's always dreamed of β€” train and show horses β€” she's abandoned her college education and the future her sisters had planned for her, and is putting her heart into the one job she's always wanted. But the handsome and bitter man next door soon has her adding to the list of things she wants for herself. Judging Covers: I'm still trying to figure out why this one is pink when the other books in the series have been blue, but that doesn't mean I don't like it. The guy doesn't look quite as capable of a scowl as I would have expected, but I still think the couple fits, and they're definitely more on the attractive side than some of the previous cover couples for this series. The Verdict: We didn't get to know Avery very well in the previous books, though we saw her quite a bit and watched her relationship with her sisters hit a rough patch when she decided to leave school and make her living working with horses instead. So I was definitely looking forward to this closer look into her life and personality. Isaac, or β€œIce” as he's known in the league, seems to have spent his life burning bridges. Rather than be a team player, he's used his hockey skills o prove his own worth on the ice, and he hasn't limited that attitude to his time on the ice. Reporters, fans, teammates, and coaches have all been subjected to his refusal to play nice for appearances' sake, and it's gotten so bad that every other team has washed their hands of him. But his trade to the Sockeyes is just the wake up he needs, finally seeing for himself that if he stays on the same bitter path, he'll find himself a has-been in no time, not because he's not good at the game, but because he's not good at everything around the game. Watching him come to grips with his own shortcomings and work to change his ways made for a very interesting bit of character development. Avery is Isaac's neighbor, spending her days working with horses and attending to damaged hearts, and she doesn't have room in her life for a man who wears a permanent scowl. But as their attraction heats up and Isaac's past is slowly revealed, it becomes apparent that he needs just as much love as anyone else who's been scarred. As Avery gets to know him better, though, she's also got to remain focused on her work as a horse trainer, hoping to make her mark in an incredibly competitive field, and their budding relationship is bound to create waves for Isaac as well, since Avery's sister is engaged to his team captain. Avery and Isaac both have pretty sad backstories, though Isaac's certainly takes the cake when it comes to tragedy and self-blame, but between their fiery spirits and Avery's big heart, they really do make the perfect couple. It would have been easy to rush the plot around them and add all kinds of unnecessary drama, but instead it played out at the perfect pace, focusing on Isaac's learning to accept the past and forgive himself and Avery's finally taking ahold of what she wants. I've certainly enjoyed the other books in the Game on in Seattle series, but I think this one just might be my favorite yet. ***FicCentral received this book from Tasty Book Tours for free in exchange for an honest review.
  • Melting the Iceman

    5
    By 2kasmom
    Isaac Wolf rents a home next to Avery Maxwell. They meet when he chases after his dog. The boxer likes going next door to where all the animals are. Avery trains horses at at a farm who takes in animals who need love after abuse. They help people who have been abused too. Their story gets more complicated when we learn that her sister, (Avery has 3), is engaged to his team captain. Needless to say he and she are both warned off each other right quick. She lives there with her twin, who is quite conservative and thinks she should be too. Isaac is used to being a rough, tell it like it is and punch whoever does not like it kind of guy. He is learning that this team is his last chance in the NHL and he better make the most of it. He normally is a loner, estranged from his family, and does not make friends easily. Avery and Isaac become friends after they talk it out. Their one night stand has to be forgotten. The complication in it all is that they want to have more nights. As they get closer, Isaac realizes she is someone special and wants more. Avery is afraid to rock the boat. ***This ARC copy was free from Netgalley.com and its publisher and author. My honest opinion does not reflect Netgalley, nor its affiliates.