Son in Sorrow: An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom Book Two (paperback)

Son in Sorrow cover

The ebook is here.

In this sequel to Lovers and Beloveds, MeiLin Miranda continues the saga of the Antremont family, kings of one continent, would-be emperors of another, and subjects to the whims of gods.

For a thousand years, the trapped, immortal Teacher has carefully planned escape. Now it all depends on one young man whose heart is tested like never before.

Estranged from his father, Prince Temmin of Antremont struggles within the Lovers' Temple for peace of mind. A murder rips away his greatest support. His forbidden love of Allis Obby, the human host of a goddess, may get them both killed. And all the while, enemies inside and outside the kingdom are plotting against the monarchy, and the gods prove once again they are no one's friends.

Set in a Victorianesque world of magic, sexuality, political intrigue and military conquest, Son in Sorrow is the second book in the epic fantasy series An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom.

390 pages in paperback.

350% FUNDED AT KICKSTARTER! I asked for $1,500--fans gave me $5,250. That's how badly people wanted to read this book!

If you would like your copy autographed to a particular person, please tell me to whom in the comments either on your order here or at Paypal. Otherwise I'll just sign it.

It takes me a long time to ship these things. If speed is of the essence and an autograph is not a priority, I strongly encourage you to buy your copy at Amazon.com. It's also available via many of the international Amazons; buying from one of them may save you significant amounts of shipping.

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An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom, The Drifting Isle Chronicles and Scryer's Gulch by Lynn Siprelle writing as MeiLin Miranda are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

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