Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Erin the Fire Goddess

Review 3/5 stars!!

Erin Tait is a 15 year old girl, born with a birthmark covering the left side of her face.
She moves to her parent’s home town of Galladale, where all is not what it seems.
From day one, Erin is bullied by Jessica Watson, for looking at Sean Jackson.
Why is she trying to keep Erin away? It’s hard when Sean goes out of his way to talk to Erin, causing the bullying to get worse.
Erin is lonely and scared; she doesn’t know what to do. Can she control the fire inside?


Erin is an outcast because of the birthmark that covers part of her face and having to move to a new town and start at a new school is not the easiest thing for her. Especially after she meets Sean, a boy she is instantly attracted to. But meeting Sean brings Erin more problems than she could possibly imagine, the bullying she receives from Jessica is nothing compared to the stares and looks she gets because of her birthmark. Jessica warns Erin to stay away from Sean, but he is everywhere she goes. What Erin doesn't know is that meeting Sean will completely change her life.

I really enjoyed reading Erin the Fire Goddess, it is different than anything else I have recently and the author does a great job writing the story. The reason I gave it a 3 star review is because I kind of felt cheated when the story ended. I was expecting something to actually happen in the book but it didn't, I hit the last page and felt like there needed to be a lot more. It is a great start to the series but it is more information about who and what Erin is. The other thing that bothered me is the love connection between Erin and Sean happens way, way to fast.

Overall I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to read the next in the series to get more into the story.

*I received this book from the author in return for an honest review