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Triad

The TriAlpha Chronicles, Book 3
Narrated by: Cassandra Myles, Rudy Sanda
Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
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Thalia Lyndhoven has a problem. Well, she has several. In fact, there are too many to count. Some are doozies, and some are just minor, but, in the grand scheme of things, she looks to have it all. Three beautiful, supportive, very unique mates. Men who'd kill for her. Who'd embrace the darkness for her. As well as more power at her fingertips than most could even imagine.   

While Thalia has always wanted a simple life, her passage to another realm looks set to prove that will never be. Heden has always been her end destination, she just didn't know it, and the Fates, as always, have plans to which she's not privy. And one of those plans? It's about to come to a head.   

Those wily minxes have never cut Thalia much slack, and though she has her triad of mates at her side, her world is as rife with strife as ever it was. So, with her future looking like something from a saga, Thalia has only two options: fight or die trying.  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Gemma Mazurke (P)2019 Tantor

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i really hate this tired plotline

we buy the books because we like a baddass... especially when mundane is too mundqne. why is it that so many authors fell it necessary to suddenly turn their creations into weaklings for a book or two? everything that advancea the plot in this book could really exist in 4 paragraphs

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Awful narrator

I loved reading the books. The commentator was good, but the voices for the men were awful. What was interesting, was the fact that it was not all the way through the book, it was intermittent. One of the love scenes was so freakin amusing that it was like listening to a porno comedy! I will read the rest of the series.

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  • 05-05-19

Triad

Again, the same story with the previous audiobooks in this series. The male narrator is absolutely awful, the woman is great.