Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Review of In This Kingdom by the Sea by Icy Snow Blackstone

His planet was a world set in its ways, until nine-year-old Darien-Marcus san Gene became margrave. Raised by the advising council made up of his father’s best friends, he’s given a mistress at age twelve, a wife when he’s thirteen, and develops a tremendous desire to rebel all on his own. When His Majesty reaches nineteen, the orphaned prince declares his independence... and there’s nothing those stuffy, old-fashioned advisors can do about it.

With the aid of his wife, his best friend, and a younger brother fresh from college on Earth, Darien begins the not-so-subtle and sometimes shocking changes to his world. Against the background of the love story of a teenage groom and his child bride and their growth into passionate adults, there’s also the tale of a society in transition because its ruler considers it both constricting and out of date…and he’s having a great time doing it!

This is the story of what was happening while Sar Trant up on Tritomis-2.



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


5 / 5

I loved the other Three Moon books, but this is by far my favorite.  You will fall in love with the characters as I did.  Darien-Marcus will charm you into reading every single word in one sitting.  I couldn't wait to see what he was going to do next.  An entertaining read. Well done!  

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