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Where do you go when nowhere on Earth is safe? You leave the planet, of course. That’s exactly what Katherine Rawls does when she witnesses a murder and finds herself with two hit men on her trail. Boarding a ship transporting women as Domestics to a pioneering planet seems the best escape route. Katy figures she’ll just lie low for a while, then come back and turn the evide Where do you go when nowhere on Earth is safe? You leave the planet, of course. That’s exactly what Katherine Rawls does when she witnesses a murder and finds herself with two hit men on her trail. Boarding a ship transporting women as Domestics to a pioneering planet seems the best escape route. Katy figures she’ll just lie low for a while, then come back and turn the evidence over to the authorities. She doesn’t count on finding herself bought and paid for…as a station owner’s bride. Now, Katy has a danger of another kind to face. Sarkin Trant may be sympathetic to her predicament and he’s agreed to protect her, but he also expects full husbandly benefits in return.


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Where do you go when nowhere on Earth is safe? You leave the planet, of course. That’s exactly what Katherine Rawls does when she witnesses a murder and finds herself with two hit men on her trail. Boarding a ship transporting women as Domestics to a pioneering planet seems the best escape route. Katy figures she’ll just lie low for a while, then come back and turn the evide Where do you go when nowhere on Earth is safe? You leave the planet, of course. That’s exactly what Katherine Rawls does when she witnesses a murder and finds herself with two hit men on her trail. Boarding a ship transporting women as Domestics to a pioneering planet seems the best escape route. Katy figures she’ll just lie low for a while, then come back and turn the evidence over to the authorities. She doesn’t count on finding herself bought and paid for…as a station owner’s bride. Now, Katy has a danger of another kind to face. Sarkin Trant may be sympathetic to her predicament and he’s agreed to protect her, but he also expects full husbandly benefits in return.

30 review for Three Moon Station

  1. 5 out of 5

    Renni

    Elements of this story might seemed very familiar, almost like a combination of Cara Bristol's Alien Mate and Ruby Dixon's The Alien's Mail-Order Bride. I dig the whole arranged bride in a rough/wild new world premise. It's sci-fi, but the "frontier" of a planet, so you get splices of technology and aliens with the Wild West dangers and setting. I liked that the book jumped into the action right away. Some of the heroine's continued ignorance that she was getting married by going along with the Elements of this story might seemed very familiar, almost like a combination of Cara Bristol's Alien Mate and Ruby Dixon's The Alien's Mail-Order Bride. I dig the whole arranged bride in a rough/wild new world premise. It's sci-fi, but the "frontier" of a planet, so you get splices of technology and aliens with the Wild West dangers and setting. I liked that the book jumped into the action right away. Some of the heroine's continued ignorance that she was getting married by going along with the program seemed staged. The relationship between Hatch and Sarkin was genuine and complex. I liked Sarkin's determination to woo Katy and keep her as his wife, even after he learned her story. What surprised the heck out of me was how dark and torturous (literally) the book got. The traumatic suffering some of the characters went through seemed out of place. (You mostly witness the aftermath, but still not for the squeamish.) Up until that point this was entertaining, often funny, and the drama was wrapped up in "will she stay or will she go." I enjoyed this book, but I would not suggest reading it on a day you need something light-hearted.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Grammy 1

    Oh thank goodness, Toni V. Sweeney and Icy Snow Blackstone have admitted to being One and The Same Person. I was almost thinking that I was going a little crazy. I have read stories written by both of these wonderful authors and had noticed some of their books might have cross over characters, so I wondered. Whew, now I am good. Three Moon Station is Book 1 of a new series. I cannot begin to tell you how this author by any name is such a wonderful story teller and world builder. Here we meet Kath Oh thank goodness, Toni V. Sweeney and Icy Snow Blackstone have admitted to being One and The Same Person. I was almost thinking that I was going a little crazy. I have read stories written by both of these wonderful authors and had noticed some of their books might have cross over characters, so I wondered. Whew, now I am good. Three Moon Station is Book 1 of a new series. I cannot begin to tell you how this author by any name is such a wonderful story teller and world builder. Here we meet Katherine Rawls, living on planet earth. Her Guardian since her parents were killed, are her Aunt and Uncle. They live with great wealth, her Uncle Cyril dabbling in some illegal underworld type ventures. Katherine is going to have the worst day of her life and doesn’t know it until she ventures to her job and finds Karl Andrews dead, and finds some incriminating evidence about crime boss Antar Benedetto on a computer disc. Katy is being followed by two armed men as she flees the building, getting an airborne taxi taking her to the tram station. With no money, she flees the cabby hoping he will call the police and she can tell them everything. No luck, she runs through the crowd looking for a specific train. Her assailants see her, give chase, and she barely gets on a train whose doors are closing, barring them from entering. She sits with Cilla and Jessie as she realizes all the passengers are woman. The two girls nearest her tell her they are to be shipped to another planet. They are all serving jail sentences and this is a way for their servitude to be minimized. Katherine tries to explain her innocence, but no one will listen. She is given a shot, put in stasis for 4 months and travels to the planet Tritomis-2. Our Katy is never in the right place, and when the ship lands the women are brought into a town square. The man in charge stands and explains what will occur now, but our Katy is in the rest room. At that time they are told men from the area will come and bid on them like an auction. The woman will go with the highest bidder, sign a marriage contract and go home with their new husbands. Through previous conversations with Cilla and Jessie, Katy believes this is a house keeping position, not realizing what she will be signing. You can see the horror of this and the humor when Sar Trant brings his young wife home. This is where this author is at her best. The world she brings us to and the people we meet now will stay with the reader a very long time. We see the evil of Alwin Marsten immediately, and he will play a roll in this story. Lars has won Jessie, Abel Parker with the financial aid of his friend and neighbor Sar Trant has won Cilla, and Sarkin Trant has won the right to take Katy home. Three Moon Station is where Katy is brought. This is where she learns how love and trust can be for a man who has had no love or touch in his life since he was 14 years old. The tenderness in this story is enchanting sometimes, funny sometimes, as this man finds he must woo the woman who thought she was a maid and finds out she is a wife. Hatchling is another wonderful gift to the reader. He is Sarkins son, who was born out of a night of two teenagers meeting, and both losing their virginity. The girl a local gypsy called a Djarni or aborigine who gave birth 9 months later, a member of her tribe delivering a basket of baby boy to Sarkin only hours old. The life and love this story tells is magic. I could not put this book down. I laughed, I cried, for these people like they were my own. I took these people into my heart. Bravo Icy Blackstone/ Toni Sweeney! Please read this story, you will not be disappointed Review by Gloria Lakritz Sr Reviewer and Review Chairperson of the Paranormal Romance Guild

  3. 4 out of 5

    Loves To Dive

    After Katherine Rawls witnesses the murder of her uncle’s partner, her only thought is getting away. An unusual series of events lands her on a prison transport off Earth and onto the planet Tritomis-2. Katy thinks she is being transported as a prisoner to become a domestic worker, she is in for a big surprise since the prisoners are actually being sent to become wives. Sarkin Trant leaves his beloved ranch Three Moon Station to go into town to try to help his friend finally find a wife; he has After Katherine Rawls witnesses the murder of her uncle’s partner, her only thought is getting away. An unusual series of events lands her on a prison transport off Earth and onto the planet Tritomis-2. Katy thinks she is being transported as a prisoner to become a domestic worker, she is in for a big surprise since the prisoners are actually being sent to become wives. Sarkin Trant leaves his beloved ranch Three Moon Station to go into town to try to help his friend finally find a wife; he has no need of one himself. Sarkin and Katy will see each other and all bets are off, destiny takes over and the two will be swept into a whirlwind that neither saw coming. Ms. Blackstone is one of those authors that can write in many genres, I’ve read one of her books set in modern day Ireland, one dealing with Gypsies and magic, and now she takes us into the future and onto another planet. We meet Katy on Earth, an Earth of the future, but not that much different than the Earth we know. We travel with her into space and onto a planet where there are horses with horns, people using drones to get from one place to another, and others using wagons drawn by oxen. Tritomis-2 reminded me of what I’ve always thought Australia must have been like in its early days of wild animals, fledgling ranches and unsavory characters. When we meet Katy she is a somewhat timid little person, she is easily pushed around and it wasn’t surprising that she would land in the predicament she did. It didn’t take her long to come into her own, but I have to say the poor girl did have some problems. I can’t help but smile when I think of her trying to cook bread on an old wood stove and burning it to a crisp. She had a big heart, and after a little bit of hesitation, gave it freely to Sar and his son Hatch. And speaking of Sar, how can I describe him? He’s a big man with long red hair, although he’s a native Arcanian (another planet) he speaks with a Scots accent, and loves his ranch and his son. While a tough, man he has a soft side and a wicked sense of humor. His son Hatch is part native with long black hair and swarthy skin; he likes to smile and hates sleeping in the house. I liked Hatch from the moment I met him, I would be proud to say he was my son. We meet a number of Sar’s friends and couple of nasty bad men that will just make you want to learn how to shoot a laser gun. I did enjoy meeting Katy’s fellow prison mates Jessie the cat burglar, and Cilla who made the mistake of trusting the wrong man and ended up flying his getaway car for him. I really liked them and would have liked to have seen more of them; I think it might have been fun. Sar’s friend Abel was just as sweet as can be, talk about still waters running deep. Then we have the truly villainous Alwin Marsten, he’s had two wives die mysteriously and is on the prowl for wife number three. This is a man you love to hate and let me tell you he has not one single redeeming thing about him. This was a cute book, with the exception of being in the future and on another planet, it was a simple western romance. I enjoyed the exotic animals and you can never go wrong with not one but two good looking men speaking with Scots accents. A little warning, there is some violence - it is a wild planet, some sex – not too explicit, and even possibly a lesson in tolerance. This book has all the elements for the lover of romance: a beautiful woman, a hunky guy, a nasty villain, beautiful scenery and a bump or two along the way. Member of the Paranormal Romance Dual Review Team

  4. 4 out of 5

    Iris Hunter (InstagramREADS)

    466 pages that could been easily shortened to half. Character building was minimal, feelings lacking. would building was ok. I was able to read it all the way but I woudent recommend it to someone or be tempted to read the next books of this Series. Long book that was really hard to finish with all the page fillers and extra unnecessary information. note: delete the earrings parts, delete the parts about the male never has to pee, delete all the dinner meals ( one or two are enough in a book) NOT 466 pages that could been easily shortened to half. Character building was minimal, feelings lacking. would building was ok. I was able to read it all the way but I woudent recommend it to someone or be tempted to read the next books of this Series. Long book that was really hard to finish with all the page fillers and extra unnecessary information. note: delete the earrings parts, delete the parts about the male never has to pee, delete all the dinner meals ( one or two are enough in a book) NOT 10. The are all fillers and don't add anything to the main story. Let the main character do more than fix breakfast, diner, clean house and feed the damn chickens there are +8 hours in a day. p.s. there is a group rape scene in a second story line in this book (that btw starts to soon in the book and really disturbs the main story)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Georgiana

    Why would an author think it was a good idea to have the MCs we are rooting for act Too Stupid To Live, over and over and again, and be victimized (sometimes brutally) by the bad guys over and over again? Is that supposed to be enjoyable?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sasha

  7. 5 out of 5

    Toni

  8. 4 out of 5

    martha Johnson

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laroth

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sam

  11. 4 out of 5

    Carrie Feliciano

  12. 5 out of 5

    axola

  13. 4 out of 5

    Arien

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Campbell

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  16. 4 out of 5

    Artnic

  17. 4 out of 5

    Iris Hunter (InstagramREADS)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debra

  19. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

  20. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

  21. 5 out of 5

    Leigh

  22. 5 out of 5

    Marion

  23. 5 out of 5

    Badger88

  24. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mindy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Suzie Anderson

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Pat

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vivian Miller

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