Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Review of Three Moon Station by Icy Blackstone

Where do you go when you’re a witness to murder and no place on Earth is safe?

To another planet, of course.

Katherine Rawls is on the run, a witness to murder. She thinks boarding a ship to another planet is the safest thing to do…and that’s when things get complicated, for her fellow passengers are female prisoners offered pardon if they’ll marry the men on a pioneer planet.

Tritomis-2 is much like the Old West. Gunfights are common, and justice is often meted out before calling in the Federation marshal.

Now Katy faces a danger of another kind when she finds herself a bought and paid-for bride. Sar Trant promises to protect her, but he expects full husbandly benefits in exchange.


About the Author:

Icy Snow Blackstone was born in1802, in northern Georgia where her father, the Reverend John Blackstone, was prominent in local politics. Two hundred and five years later, her great-great-great-great-granddaughter began using her name as a pseudonym for her romance novels. The present Icy Snow Blackstone lives far from her Southern roots in Lancaster County, Nebraska, where she continues to write romances generally set in the South. Her seventh novel will be released in April, 2013, by Class Act Books.

Icy Snow shares a website with her alter ego Toni V. Sweeney at http://www.tonivsweeney.com/


5 / 5
I was completely taken with this story.  An original premise combined with colorful characters made for an entertaining read.  The author took the time to include all the little details that bring a story to life.  I look forward to reading the next book in the series. Well done!

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