Review: Erin the Fire Goddess Torment By Lavinia Urban

Erin the Fire Goddess:Torment
Erin ran away from Sean's birthday party after she witnessed Sean and Louise kiss.
Her world has since been torn apart by the pain caused by Sean's Betrayal and the fire is not only burning on the outside but from within, threatening to strip her of her sanity.
Can Erin handle the Torment that Louise and Sean are inflicting on her?
Can she fight the burning from inside?

Follow Erin on her emotional roller-coaster as she begins to learn to control her fire powers and a friendship soon starts to blossom when Erin begins to learn self-defence.
Her appearance begins to change when she starts fighting with those around her.
Everyone, but Erin, believes that Sean is under some kind of spell and they will go to extreme lengths to prove it.

What will happen in this third installment?


I received this book to give an honest review.

First let me say this cover is amazing! And that I was up late and up early to finish this book. I was sad when the book ended as I wanted more lol.

Now you do not get really any action in here this is more about Erin learning about her powers and how to try and control them. Also Erin and Sean are no longer the same as Sean made the big no-no of kissing Louise!

With the breakup of Sean and Erin things are not all peaches and cream. Erin has pretty much changed and also her attitude which is HUGE! Sean is being held under a spell and everyone is racing to figure out how to end the spell, because if no one can figure it out. Well lets just say Sean will forget who Erin is and no one wants that to happen but Louise.

There is a true reason why Sean is under this spell and most of it is payback. The characters have developed greatly and the writing style has improved more and more. Along with that being said I can tell there will be more in this series because there is so much that can go on. The ending just leaves you wondering what will happen next, and what the heck does "the red one" the key to?

I really liked how you got more peoples p.o.v. than just Erin's, that was good for the story so you knew everything that was going on.


This series just keeps getting better and better.

My Rating: 5 wine glasses

 
 
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