Review: The Blacksmith by Cecelia Mecca

Review: The Blacksmith by Cecelia Mecca
The Blacksmith
Book Info

Released: July 23 2019
Genre: Historical Romance
Series: Order of the Broken Blade #1

“THE BLACKSMITH was just a fun book from beginning to end…”
~ Under the Covers

Our hero, Lance, and his 3 friends have formed the Order of the Broken Blade with the purpose of overthrowing the tyrant King John.  In order to achieve their goal they will need support from others and one of those key supporters has to be the Earl of Stanton.  If only they can get close to him to try and convince him to give men and money to their cause.  So when a position at his castle opens up for a new master smith, Lance decides to use his skills and sets out to get his alliance.  What wasn’t in his plans was the Earl’s daughter, Idalia.

I’m happy to be back reading a Cecelia Mecca historical romance.  I think she excels at writing this genre!  In particular I’m really enjoying the touch of political intrigue that this series offers.  I couldn’t help but be swept off with the chemistry between Idalia and Lance.  And I’m also extremely happy that things that could’ve been easily used to cause drama and miscommunication weren’t used that way.

THE BLACKSMITH was just a fun book from beginning to end and I can’t wait for the next one.


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About Cecelia Mecca

Cecelia Mecca is the author of steamy historical romance that transports readers to the middle ages and soon to be author of vampire romance as well. Readers can jump into her medieval series for free with The Ward's Bride, a Border Series prequel novella or follow her on Instagram or Facebook for updates. Her newest release, Falling for the Knight, a Scottish time-travel, comes out tomorrow on Amazon and in Kindle Unlimited.


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