Keira soon finds herself becoming a pawn in a game she could never hope to win, and now the King on the board is a Vampire on a mission. With the only man to stop him miles away from the mountain prison in which she is kept, she must now choose which path to take in order to survive.
With enemies at all sides closing in quickly, she must tread carefully, or she might find the only man to save her isn't the White Knight she loves but the Dark King she loathes. But time with the Vampire King is dangerous, and Keira soon learns that it is more than just the power of her mind she needs to keep locked but also the power of her heart...and Lucius might just hold the key to both.
Stephanie Hudson has dreamed of being a writer ever since her obsession with reading books at an early age. What first became a quest to overcome the boundaries set against her in the form of dyslexia has turned into a life's dream.
The Triple Goddess is her third book in the series of seven, with the story of Keira and Draven becoming ever more complicated in a world that sets them miles apart.
©2013 Stephanie Hudson (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
I love Sci fi fantasy and action adventure books. My favorite authors are George R.R Martin, James Patterson and Ilona Andrews.
Okay, I don't usually write reviews but I have to this time. This book is excessively long and was painful to complete. It could have been something but whatever it was got lost between the first and last chapter. Anyway. the harsh reality is that this story is unsatisfactory! In so many ways, Kiera and Draven's ridiculous rollercoaster relationship killed it for me. I dislike Kiera almost as much as I loathe Draven! She is weak, whinny, indecisive, accident-prone female with self-esteem issues but I get it her life was pretty tragic. But Draven is no prize! He is a moody, emotionally abusive, possessive asshole with anger management issues. If it was not for the supporting characters most of whom I loved, this book would be a pile of ash.
I love this series, I have read it and listened to it on audible. My favorite book in this series is book 4 so I sincerely hope that one is out on audible soon. I rejoined audible just for The Triple Goddess..
I cannot believe you ended the book like that. I absolutely loved this book can't wait for the next installment. Keep it up you have now become one of my great authors thank you so much for the roller coasters every book of yours create
The idea and the story are good but i have found it frustrating on two fronts 1) Keira's constant lack of spine. Even when she does find it Draven turns her into a desperate sex slave and 2) the ending - after all the time spent following the first 3 books, the ending of the third is truly hair pulling and not in the good sense. There is currently no 4th audio book. Besides this the. Hard yet development is good and there are some really interesting characters. Hudson seems to be slightly obsessed with describing clothing and decor rather than developing the plot further
Absolutely amazing I'm a massive fan of the afterlife saga book and thought they couldn't get any better. But the audio took them to another level. Rebecca has done an amazing job bringing the afterlife world to life.💜💜💜💜
could not put it down, found all the characters easy to imagine and unique thrilling
I love the "Afterlife saga" series. The excitement, tension, confusion as to who is on Keira's side and who isn't. One minute I hated Lucius then loved him, as was the same feelings with Draven. One thing I do know is that if there is anyway this world could be real, then I would truely love to be Keira!!!!
This was great, fast pace, interesting, great details and twists. A great demon/vamp/gods story.
Really enjoed the series so far, however one down point is that the next isnt even in production and customer service dont even know if its going to be available!!
"I hope there's more to come."
I've really enjoyed this series, it's kept me company for hours, so very good value. I sometimes have problems with the choice in wording, things like "he had free range to..." instead of "he had free rein(s) to.." - this happens quite a lot. I don't think this is so much a problem with the author's dyslexia - these mistakes should be caught by the editors before publishing. So no, the quality of the writing is not top notch. But: I love the story, the characters are fun, and while I sometimes think too much time is taken to describe things, she paints a pretty good picture and clearly shows a very imaginative mind.
The performance is ok, the narrator's voice is pleasant to listen to, though her accents are rubbish (sorry) and she doesn't have a large range of voices.
A cracking good story though, and like I said, great value for money. If you enjoy lots of supernatural stuff, colourful characters and descriptive scenes, this will keep you entertained. Well done.
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