Review: The Mech Who Loved Me by Bec McMaster

Review: The Mech Who Loved Me by Bec McMaster
The Mech Who Loved Me
Book Info

Released: June 27th 2017
Series: London Steampunk: The Blue Blood Conspiracy #2

Recommended Read!

“This is definitely one of the better PNR/Steampunk series I’ve read.”
~ Under the Covers

THE MECH WHO LOVED ME saved me from reading another terrible Steampunk. I’m so glad that McMaster is continuing this series in this spin off. I’m reading this book for our Romance Roundabout Challenge on Goodreads and I have to say, this is definitely one of the better PNR/Steampunk series I’ve read.

I was really excited about this book because it’s Ava’s book! Ava is a character that was introduced very early on in the first book in the series. She made such a big impression that I actually thought that she was the heroine of the first book before Ingrid walked onto the page. However, that increased my anticipation because now I was eager for Ava to get her happily ever after.

Once Brynes and Ingrid tie the knot, Ava is feeling sad about her own status. She wishes to be married but doesn’t have anyone around her that she considers good man material. However, there’s no doubt that she is intensely attracted to Kincaid, who was also in the first book of the series.

I think these two are a match made in heaven. Very different from each other, they offer various sides of the spectrum in terms of personality. Ava is sweet but tortured, and Kincaid is steady but doesn’t show his feelings very much. It’s an interesting dynamic and paired with the high level of action and suspense in this book, you get a very engaging read.

I really hope McMaster continues to write more books in this series. This world is just too good to pass up.




Click on the covers to buy the books




About Bec McMaster

Bec McMaster lives in a small town in country Victoria, Australia, and grew up with her nose in a book. A member of Romance Writers of America, she writes sexy, dark paranormals and steampunk romance. When not reading, writing or poring over travel brochures, she loves spending time with her very own hero or daydreaming about new worlds.


What did you think of our review?
Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below!


 ♡ Don’t want to miss any of our posts? ♡ 
Follow Under the Covers: Facebook | Twitter | Tsu | GoodReads | Email 

Follow me


  1. oh I do like seeing characters that are so completely different from each other but make a great pair together. I will definitely be checking this author out, I do adore steampunk.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *