Fiona Aideen is the Fire Elemental, and she has a temper and sarcastic wit to boot. Cole, she already knew, but Travis is unknown to her. So she was thrown for a loop when they both declared that she was their mate. What's a virgin supposed to do with two??
Travis and Cole give her the space she needs to begin with, but are also there when she needs them, even when she doesn't realise it! I loved that about this book. They were mates, and that was that. No angst, no drama, just patience and consideration. Now I'm not saying that there is no drama in this book, because nothing could be further from the truth. There is plenty! There is also a joyful (and tearful) reunion between Casey, Ariana, and their parents.
Excellently written, with a smooth pace building up to the dramatic climax, The Fire Goddess and Her Wolves is an excellent addition to the series, with a heartrending introduction to the next book (The Sheriff and his Air Goddess) to finish on. Highly recommended by me.
* I received this book from The Romance Reviews in return for a fair and honest review. *
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