Amity, the Goddess of Health, works as a medical aesthetist, using her remaing goddess powers to help people heal their spirits. Her profession soon brings two masculine Etruscan werewolves, Remy and Rom, into her life. The two werewolves have been searching for a woman powerful enough to handle both of them, but they've never met a woman strong enough...until they meet Amity. Toegether they must use the power generated by their love to kill a vicious demon and keep him locked away forever, or risk losing everything.
Goddess in the Middle is the third book in Stephanie Julian’s Forgotten Goddesses series and one very erotic story.
Amity is an Etruscan Goddess whose powers are given to healing. Back in ancient times she was worshiped, as all Goddesses were, but now? Not so much. In these modern days, Amity works at a local hospital as a medical aesthetician, using what little remains of her powers to heal people. Her work is satisfying, but her love life is not.
Romulus and Remus are sexy Etruscan werewolves, cousins with an unbreakable bond. They’ve spent the last twenty years hunting the demon to who slaughtered their family, and now that they know who the demon’s next target is, all they have to do is wait for it to attack her and then vengeance will be theirs!
When Amity meets Remy and Rom in a club, she has no idea that they’ve been watching her, or why, but when it becomes clear to her that the two men want her, she’s all for breaking her sexual dry spell and going back to her place for some yummy ménage.
This is my first taste of Stephanie Julian’s storytelling and truly enjoyed the world she’s created. The writing flows smoothly and even though I haven’t read the first two books in the series, I was never left feeling like I had missed something. I enjoyed the characters, especially Remy and Rom, who not only have to deal with the demon that left them orphans, but their emotional demons, too.
I’m definitely going to go back and read the first two books and can’t wait to read more by this talented author.
My thanks to netgalley.com and Sourcebooks Casablanca, for providing me with a copy of Goddess in the Middle in exchange for an honest review.