ARC Review: Fire Maidens: Paris by Anna Lowe

Fire Maidens: Paris by Anna Lowe

Title: Fire Maidens: Paris

Author: Anna Lowe

Series: Billionaires & Bodyguards #1

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Natalie Brewer has recently moved to Paris to live her dream. Unfortunately things don’t go as planned when she realizes vampires are real, and they are after her for some reason. She is rescued by dragon shifter Tristan Chevalier, who has been hired by the Guardians of Paris to keep an eye on the vampires. Before she realizes it, she is swept up in a new world filled with supernaturals and realizing that she isn’t as normal as she thought she was. 

This was a great start for a new series. I was captivated by the world, the characters and the romance building between them. I really liked Natalie. She was Kind, determined, and courageous. After a bad break up she realizes she needs to stop letting things get in the way of her dream to live in Paris and just go and do it. I really love this and wish I could channel this in my own life because sometimes I feel like I let stupid things hold me back from doing what I want. I loved seeing the progression of her strength and determination, especially for doing what she felt was right.

Tristan was the strong, silent, and emotionally scarred hero. He had a rough upbringing and believes he isn’t worthy of a mate, especially one who is the Fire Maiden. He is stubborn throughout most of the book in denying his feelings for Natalie, and she won’t let him ignore it. Together these two are the perfect couple to bring peace to Paris. 

I can’t wait to read the next book and see what is going on with Liam. I really want him to have a HEA and mate because he deserves it.  

*ARC provided by the author for an honest review.*

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