ARC Review: Fire Maidens: Scotland by Anna Lowe

Title:  Fire Maidens: Scotland

Author: Anna Lowe

Series: Billionaires & Bodyguards #6

Genre: Paranormal

Format: ARC eBook

Pages: 268

Dates Read: September 21, 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I liked it

“Love is life. Love is the most powerful, enduring force. The most beautiful, whether that’s love for your mate, a child, or a comrade…Even in sorrow, love lives on. It supersedes time, borders, and even death. Love is the one thing you can never waste nor regret.”

Holly Jennings wasn’t planning a trip to Scotland. But when your mentor asks for ‘one last request’ in his will you do what is necessary, even if it means dealing with the hot dragon shifter that broke your heart. 

This was a very good second chance, fated mates romance. Lachlan left Holly years ago because of his sense of duty to his family. Now he realizes how much he lost when he pushed her away. I really enjoyed watching grumpy and controlling Lachlan learning how to loosen up. Holly teaches him how to enjoy the world around him and that there is more to life than just duty. 

Holly was a caring woman who lives her life spontaneously. She helps disabled and high risk children find their way in life. Now she is trying to fulfill the last wishes of her mentor, Trevor, which involve traveling around Scotland and visiting certain landmarks. I really liked Holly. She was just a great character with a pure soul but who could fight if she needed to. 

I really enjoyed Holly and Lachlans relationship. They have a second chance and they aren’t wasting it. Overall, this was a great addition to the series and the continuation of the overarching story. I really am enjoying this fantastic world and can’t wait for the next book, which is Tony’s book. I am excited for another lion shifter story! 

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


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Previous books in the series:

  1. Fire Maidens: Rome
  2. Fire Maidens: London
  3. Fire Maidens: Paris
  4. Fire Maidens: Portugal
  5. Fire Maidens: Ireland

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