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  • Trinity

  • Ascension Saga, Vol. 1: Books 1, 2 & 3 (The Interstellar Brides® Program: Ascension Saga, Book 1-3)
  • By: Grace Goodwin
  • Narrated by: Joshua Macrae
  • Length: 9 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Summary

A princess. A soldier. A destiny neither could ever imagine.

Leoron of Alera returns home from the Hive wars determined to protect the capital city - and last bastion of a vanished queen’s reign - from civil war. Loyal to the bone, Leo answers the call from Prime Nial and vows to protect at any cost three unknown females arriving from Earth.

But the simple soldier is unprepared for the shock of desire that brings him to his knees at first sight of Trinity Jones. Nothing makes sense as Leo fights friend and foe alike and discovers the woman stealing his heart has a destiny beyond anything he could have imagined.

Welcome to the planet Alera, where women from Earth not only find their mates, but fight to rule the world.

©2018 Grace Goodwin (P)2021 KSA Publishers

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  • nemo
  • 21-08-21

Loved it!

I loved this book! I can’t wait for more on the other sisters. The female mc wasn’t weak or whiny and her romance with Leo gave me all the butterflies. All the yes!

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  • NinjaS
  • 25-08-22

Normally I like GG, but ugh (mostly the narrator)

The narrator sounded like a cross between Dr Evil (Austin Powers), Stewy (family guy), and a cell with bad wifi service due to the affected random pausing etc.

This was my second in a Grace Goodwin in a row where the narration killed it for me. Yes these books are usually a bit ridiculous but usually they are also entertaining… this one was just painful.

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  • Jayne Schaubhut
  • 01-07-22

Spend your credits on this one!

This story has it all. Battle scenes, sex scenes, spaceships, aliens, and mystery. Great character development. Can't wait to download volume 2.

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  • AJS
  • 15-04-22

Pretty good!

I really liked this one! It has a lot of story, and the hot scenes are HOT. Grace Goodwin is a bit hit-or-miss for me. But this one is great and I’m excited to continue with this particular storyline.

Goodwin’s books, as far as I can tell, all revolve around one central storyline that is the Interstellar Brides Program. Even though she has different series, they all come back to this central narrative. This can be kind of difficult to follow if you haven’t read all of them. I haven’t. And it’s hard to determine the master order of them unless you go to her website on which she does have a chorological list. There are roughly 40 books in this series. No lie.

Narrations was fine.