Rennick was orphaned and left sole heir to a kingdom encased
in ice at the age of eight.
Now, twenty years later he travels from one area to
another working for food …..that is, until he meets Princess
Seremar. Seremar claims Rennick while in the valley of
Cauldron of Keridwen for her stable to ensure that her older
sister could not cage such a wondrous being. In doing so
Seremar finds she is not only intrigued by Rennick the man,
but also his history and finds she wants to help him solve
the riddles so he can reclaim his kingdom.
K.Z. Snow has outdone herself with Prince of Glacier Glas.
Prince Rennick is an incredible man born to meager times.
While wary of others he is a good man who wants to believe
in others. Princess Seremar has a bit of an attitude but is
kind at heart. The story moves quickly and holds your
attention so you will not want to put it down until you’ve
seen them through their travels. This story also offers
interludes between the couple that are so slow, thorough and
seductive, the heat they create is off the chart. This book
follows Wing and Tongue and Cauldron of Keridwen in Ms.
Snow’s Galdeshian fantasy series. While it is the third book
you can read it as a stand-alone, but there are a few
references that will have more meaning if you read the first
two. I fell in love with these characters and their story
and am Joyfully Recommending Prince of Glacier Glas as a must read.