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The Fates wanted more for her; now, she's got to man up to tackle the future they've handed her....

Thalia Lyndhoven's got balls. Well, not literally. But she has the cojones to do what needs to be done to make things right in her pack. Nor is she afraid to dirty her hands or push her nose in where angels would fear to tread.   

Speaking of...with two of her three mates at her side, Thalia's life has never been brighter. For the first time, she's hopeful for tomorrow. She's freer than she's ever been, even if she does have the burden of a prophecy riding on her coattails.   

In walks mate number three. Not only does he have wings, a beautiful face, and an attitude, he has news. A second prophecy.   

Seems like Thalia's just an overachiever when it comes down to the doomsday stuff. For the first time, she's not excited to have her final mate at her side. This one comes bearing gifts that no one would ever ask for and with a tale that rewrites history as the world knows it.  

Man, Lyken, and Fae. The combined power of her males means something. Thalia just has to figure out what that may be, all while absorbing her new role as Triskele - a royal enforcer for the pack.   

She's never been safer with her three males at her side, but she's never been in more danger, either....

Will she prevail? Or will she fail in her duties, not just to Lykenkind, but the Fae, too?  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Gemma Mazurke (P)2019 Tantor

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  • H. L. August
  • 30-08-20

I can't put it down!

I'm doing a lot more of the mindless chores as an excuse to walk around with my phone in my pocket and my ear buds keeping me out of conversations. It's a good thing. I can't put it down.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 20-03-19

Enjoyed the story

I enjoyed the story and look forward to this series. The narration is nice but the character voices are inconsistent and some just plain annoying. Theo speaks as though he's part snake. Miguel booms to the point that it gives me a headache regardless of how low i turn my volume when he speaks. Thalia sounds like a responsible adult in some chapters and others not so much. When she starts the challenge in Book 1 she sounds like the leader she's meant to be. Rolf's voice is the only one that's consistent. I look forward to the continuation of the story and would prefer to listen as my physical reading time is limited. But my ears can only take so much.

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  • Chocolatebrown
  • 07-06-19

Mmmm

It was sorta annoying how they get all mopey and lovey dovey over the same stuff. Lol I guess it was the wrong book for me to get invested in. Also her saying weed is bad for you had me laughing. Weird how some magical being who was literally kept in a castle her whole life has a view on it anyway.

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  • Kimberlee A. Powell
  • 19-04-19

Triskele

Loved the story and the characters. The weakness though was the male narrator. Sorry to say that but that part was painful to listen to.

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  • Mia Harper
  • 21-02-21

Left me desperate for more!

I loved this book, it was fast paced, action packed, an emotional rollercoaster that had me hooked right from the start and hanging on every word. It was impossible not to fall in love with Thalia and her men and wanting to know whats next for them all. I loved the greek mythology and biblical theme to the story, and the narration was great.

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  • 04-05-19

Triskele

Only gave it four stars for performance because the male narrator on this series of audiobooks is bloody awful at narration.