"For the first time in his whole life, Laurent played the game out of love instead of hate. But it wasn’t his love of hockey that kept him focused in net.
Every time a puck came toward him and he made a save, he thought, “This is for Isaac.”
This was the best book in this series for me. Mostly because there wasn't a dumbass MC around this time.
And yet, I once again couldn't really connect to either of the MCs. And that's mostly due to the fact that when it comes to the important parts, the writing is more "telling than showing", like Isaac's discovery of Laurent's eating disorder.
Also, this once again felt more like a story about two 17-year-olds rather than two guys in their mid-twenties. I honestly think I would have enjoyed this series WAY more if it would have been set in college, and not in a professional hockey league.
All in all, this was just another "Ok" read for me. I won't hold my breath for the fifth book though.