The goddess within Sera awakens in the form of nightmares and hallucinations. Her parents shade her from harm and keep her true identity hidden from all outside a close circle of friends and family. Sera herself doesn't even know what she is. She is hidden because of her unusual abilities that can be used for both good and evil, and if evil find out who she is and what she can do it'd stop at nothing to get her, putting all realms in terrible danger. Sera soon learns of her part and of the extraordinary power she holds. She embraces this side of herself and accepts what she must do to protect the realms and all those she loves from hell on Earth (literally). Torn between a strong, eternal love, and a friendship developing into something more, Sera must deal with both the end of the world, and the rivalry of the two boys. She's definitely not short on attention, but she doesn't let it distract her. This isn't a typical love-triangle, and this isn't a typical good versus evil story. Nothing is quite that straightforward. The twists were brilliantly crafted, and the plot moved along smoothly and at a good pace. I cared for the characters (mainly Sera, Dev, and Nate) and was fully invested in their journey. ALPHA GODDESS is a rich Hindu mythology novel with powerful gods, deadly realms, and fierce battles.