Erin the Fire Goddess: Betrayal

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Most 15 year old girls usually only worry about what clothes to wear, but not Erin Tait. Erin just has to try not to set fire to anything. Easier said than done when she can’t control it.
Louise Clarke is a new girl who seems to have some type of seductive power and she says she can have any man she wants, but the only man she wants right now is Sean. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 5% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Words: 58,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301963829
About Lavinia Urban

Lavinia lives in Scotland with her husband and two daughters. She have been writing since a child and only in 2012 she decided to take the plunge in the publishing world, and not long after her daughter Erin followed.

Also in Series: Erin the Fire Goddess

Also by This Author


Review by: Christoph Fischer on Aug. 04, 2014 :
"Erin the Fire Goddess: Betrayal" by Lavinia Urban is a nice follow up to the first book in the series.
Back at school, our heroine Erin has a slightly easier time than before. She is happily in love with Sean and is also making friends with some other kids with super powers. Far from a regular super hero again the focus is on the emotional development of the characters and their relationships and their coming of age. There are some mysteries to be solved though and life is not completely free of complications: Jealousy comes in the way of love and some secrets are to be revealed.
After a long build up the story takes some surprising turns at the end and leaves you breathless and amazed. Like its predecessor the book does a great job at portraying teenage angst and problems, the use of super powers is incorporated in a simple way and does not lead to revenge or comic strip quality but aides the entertainment value and the plot development in other ways.
Since some parts of the plot remain unresolved it will be interesting to see where the next instalment will take us.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Penelope Hannan on March 31, 2014 :
I LOVED the second install of Erin the Fire Goddess series. It progressed nicely from the first book.

The story line was great - simple but thrilling. Erin is so to relate to that you can't help but feels how she feels. The extra characters really helped to develop the story and I'm interested to know where the story will go from here.
I like the good v evil theme and I hope they can help the characters that use their powers for evil to see differently.

It is a must read and I am about to start the 3rd one in a few minutes.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Report this book