Strikes. Starvation. Riots. Britain is at breaking-point and Aura is blind to it all. The Cult of Artemis is the only home she’s ever known. Enclosed in its luxury lifestyle, the unrest gripping the country seems to belong to a distant world. Her dream is to serve the Goddess and taking a vow of chastity and obedience seems a small price to pay. But days before Aura is due to be initiated as a Priestess, she meets Aiden, the rebellious son of a cult insider, whose radical ideas and unsettling charm force Aura to question everything – and everyone – she knows.
This is the first book by Lauren Powell i have read and I honestly didnt know very much about it . The cover was what first caught my eye
Goddess is a story about faith, love and corruption. The story takes place in a alternative version of England that is crippled by riots and poverty.
Aura is just about to turn 16, and bevome a priestess in this cult. As a priestess, she is expected to give vows of obedience and chastity but before this happens, Aura meets this boy, Aiden. Suddenly her world is changed for ever and she is forced to face the reality of the world out side the cult. Now Aura must rely on Aiden and his friends to help not only navigate the world outside the cult but to help prevent a disaster.
I really enjoyed reading Goddess and I flew through the pages of Goddess, enjoying every moment. This is the perfect book to curl up with