I was surprised by how much I like this book. I found Cora to be a engaging heroine, and I liked her attitude. It was a nice change from all the simpering virgins that seem to be popular in erotic romance these days. I especially enjoyed that though there were love triangle type aspects never once does she mistake lust for love, so while she finds them both attractive she doesn't spend pages telling the reader about the deep and undying love she feels for both of them, or anything else along those lines. I also enjoyed the men in this story, especially Salim. He was strong, and confident, but it never felt like he was trying to control or overpower Cora, and the sex was actually sexy. I am happy to find a light, sexy series that had me laughing with it and not at it. The Pagan aspects were a little silly, but there was nothing truly offensive or demonizing. I did like the history of her people. It was nice to see such an interesting mythology with strong women. We need more of that. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. Nothing too heavy, or deep, but a truly entertaining read, and sometimes that’s just what I’m in the mood for. I received this book as an ARC through NetGalley, and would like to thank everyone involved for letting me read this.