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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

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Damn Frustrating!

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.

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The narrator is growing on me

Okay! Back to the saga. Boy, I was just like everyone else, I think. I wanted to HATE Lucius. I mean, come on! It's supposed to be Keira and Draven! How many years has that man waited for her, and now she's kidnapped by his ex-friend and major rival who also happens to be a King a Vampire King!
But bad boy Lucius wormed his way into my heart (much like Keira's). What's it about this woman that she is like a pied piper to all these Angels and Demons. Maybe time will tell.
And all the new characters we meet in this book! Got to love Stephanie's imagination.
Well done!

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Phenomenal

I am so hooked on Stephanie Hudson’s books these are the first of the series I’ve ever read by her however she is noteworthy author her characters are loving funny rememberable and I can’t wait to read the next in the series….. Pip is my favorite character

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Great book

Pip is the best character in this book!! She mades are a great comic relief

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If only

The thing that gets me about these books is that they have the potential to be phenomenal. The story line is great. I just wish the author spent as much time on developing the characters and spinning the plot as she does describing things such as a chair all the way down to the color of thread. She’s so good at describing and setting a scene but then the actual story seems like an after thought. She continuously portrays the heroine as innocent, blushing, bitterly jealous… but then she’s the one that’s cheating (to a point), letting other men kiss her and touch her. One minute she’s devastated and missing Dom to the point of being in hysterics but then, literally, in 2 senstences she’s giggling and kissing someone else. My biggest pet peave is her “feminine mind” can’t resist any man. And after her temper tantrum and treating Dom like crap, no one calls her out on it. She has no character, strength, or grit. It’s such a let down. There just needs to be a balance. Describe the setting without going overboard and give the characters some depth.
Please note that you can skip the majority of the lengthy descriptions and endless internal monologues and not miss any of the story.

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After trying & trying, I still can’t stand the main characters.

This was definitely better than the 1st & 2nd, which is due mostly to not having much of Draven in it. Lucius, Pip, even Adam, they are wonderfully written characters!!! I want to like Kiera & Draven, I just can’t. Kiera is a spineless disaster when around Draven, she’s almost likeable when she’s not with him, but dang, I cringe when she is with him. After reading the series & not being able to finish it, I remember why I stopped. Author writes beautifully!! You see exactly how she’s describing clothes the characters are wearing, her supporting characters are wonderful, & the story is wonderful! If you’ve read the first 2, this one is definitely worth the read. Just prepare to lose faith in the main characters.

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Fabulous narrator!

Pure brilliance! So many incredible unique characters played impeccably by the narrator/actress. Hot and steamy beyond words literally, for any normal human being, but for this author it is an art form! In this book magic and alternative universes, good and evil, walk amongst us here on earth and take part in the balance that is so important in keeping our human existence surviving through out the past, presence and future. If you like creatures,heros,heroines,adventure, historical story telling, family bonds, freinds and passionate sex, you will love The Triple Goddesses. The 3rd book in the Aftermath Sagas.

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absolutely love

Stephanie is amazing in her story telling a fan for life not sure I like the narrator doing Dravens part

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Silly girl

The performed male accents are often off or odd. And for the love of cats, the main female is a total ditz and breaks her word, lies, makes lethal choices, repeatedly, hardly tries to comprehend the supernatural world, etc. She needs some major character growth and development.

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OMG

intense listening. I am now a total fan . I can't wait for the next trial .

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  • Emma H. Rogers
  • 06-03-16

Really frustrating

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

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-26-16

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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  • Laura Henman
  • 12-03-21

All she does

Who guessed it was Khurmun?? I knew the instant, the absolute instant that he mentioned the loss of Constantine to Keira in book two!! I was so adamant that we made a wager...(the "we" being two friends of mine) And I'm now £20 richer!! Ha ha!! Any way about the book....
Finally a good story like the other two, but none of the immense repetitions!! Yes there is still the 18+ sections, but it does differ and some of it just makes you laugh!! Plus it took me back to the 80's and some of the stuff we all used to get into as kids!! There's a lot more profanities in this book, but it does all actually for with the characters and the situation they're in at the time!! None of the excessive profanities used, when it's not really necessary like some novels I've read!! I also like the different languages used, but a few were not actually what she'd translated it too!! However due to the situations of the character's, I could see how they could possibly be translated to what she put!! However I can only say for sure with the Japanese and the french!! I had to rely on the author on the rest!! I have to say that my new fave character is Pip and next to her the poor put upon husband Adam!! They are the cutest lovable pair and the things she comes out with, you'd be mad to not want a Pip in your life too!! And they make a absolute wonderful in love couple, just brilliant character's and Stephanie was great in her brilliance for bringing them in and i hope this isn't the last time we'll see them and the rest of them!!

Also it's now starting to be a thing for me....there is always one word that the narrator can never pronounce correctly and it's starting to become a word of the day thing for me!! But at least she's very good at keeping the same voices for the characters and you can even name the character by the voice too!! But I have started to hate the way Keira sounds with her.... "Draven" and her saying please makes me want to grate my knuckles!! It's a very whiney voice and it's only whenever she's doing her "begging" voice....But what's worse is that her sex begging and her pleading for her life begging is exactly the same!! I know when I'm scared of turned on i most certainly do NOT use the same voice!!!

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  • Donna
  • 09-07-21

I have grown to hate Keira with a passion

she is quite honestly, in my opinion, THE most objectionable and unlikeable protagonist I have had the misfortune to come across in my life. I simply cannot root for her and could not care any less about the outcome of her story arc.
It started well in the 1st book but I found certain turns of phrase have triggered a huge cringe response very quickly which then seemed to make me angrier every time i heard them. i had to stop listening for weeks before returning to finish this book. Wish i had not bothered.

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  • christine Whitworth
  • 08-13-21

Brilliant, as always.

Once again I've been pulled into another world and been utterly captivated by it. But oh man, what a stab in the heart of an ending.

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  • Peter
  • 05-22-21

A great story with twists to make you dizzy

A great read to keep all happy
and all ages would enjoy the story line.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-24-21

Everyone should have a Pip.....

Pip would cheer up anyone. I hope she is in the other books.
Hudson has amazing descriptive writing but it can make the story a bit more long winded than it needs to be especially when you want to get to the nitty gritty parts. Literally on the edge of my seat can’t wait to get stuck into the next one.
Rainsford makes it a pleasure to listen to especially hearing the smile in her voice at the amusing bits.

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  • Iain Leedham
  • 10-28-20

Vampires n stuff

A bit girly vampire lover for my taste I can't be doing with young females telling me stories about how hot the men are

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  • jane jones
  • 06-02-20

Best one so far

All fab how does she come up with the stories. Loved the narrator too.

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  • Kindle RYGEL 1
  • 10-12-19

GREAT BATTLES BUT CRINGEWORTHY CHAUVINISM

I FIND THIS SERIES ATTENTION GRABBING BECAUSE OF THE ACTION ADVENTURE, WEAVING OF IMPEDING DOOM.. BUT THE GOD AWFUL CHAUVINISM AND OBSESSION WITH "OWNERSHIP" AS THE PINNACLE OF A RELATIONSHIPS IS FORCED TO ALMOST A MANTRA.. KEIRA SAYS " LIKE A GOD" TOO MANY TIMES, WHICH ALMOST DROVE ME TO ABANDON LISTENING..I CONFESS I DO SKIP THE SEX PASSAGES TO THE MAIN STORY..I ENJOY THE NARRATION, AS IT MS. RAINSFORD HAS A COSY, NATURAL APPROACH TO ACCENTS AND VOICED EMOTIONS...ALMOST AS IF I AM READING TO MYSELF RATHER THAN A FULL BLOWN BBC PRODUCTION. "THIS BODY IS FOR MY EYES ONLY" REALLY!! WHAT DRIVEL!! MALE CHAUVINISM..YES I AM AWARE THIS SERIES IS FANTASY FICTION!!

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  • Chrissie
  • 10-12-16

Fantastic

Loved it! Now I'm waiting for the fourth in the series, bloody hell what a cliff hanger!