Flame Moon by K.J. Jackson
Skye was suddenly awakened by a hulk of a man. Only problem was, she had no memory. A bad case of amnesia left her not knowing who she was, where she way, why she was or how she came to be by a river. After a time, bits and pieces of fragments of her memory came back, a stabbing, being underwater with her sister and nearly drowning. With the help and support of Aiden, the hulk of a man who rescued her from the river, Charlotte and Triaten, they helped her deal day to day to try to remember her past and learn about the place she was now in, where things and people are not what they seem.
A good vs evil, Gods and Goddesses story. Not too many characters, so it was easy to follow, but written for you to understand each of them. Right amount of descriptions to picture you are right there with them. Just enough suspense to see if Skye ever learns who she really was and why the warrior training Aiden was teaching her. Very minor spelling/grammer/structure issues. Without giving away the ending, overall a very good read.