Review: Falling for the Knight by Cecelia Mecca

Posted October 19, 2018 by Francesca in Reviews / 4 Comments

Review: Falling for the Knight by Cecelia Mecca
Falling for the Knight
by Cecelia Mecca

3.5 Stars

BOOK INFO


Released: August 9 2018
Series: Enchanted Falls #2
Published by Self Published
Pages: 201
Format: eBook
 

“There was something so easy to fall in love with in this book.”
~ Under the Covers

I’m back with another time travel romance.  Can you tell I want Outlander to get here already?  I’m also being bad and reading out of order because this is book 2 in a trilogy.  The great thing?  I’ll go back and pick up book 1 because I really enjoyed this one.

The premise of this series is about three sisters traveling to Scotland on the anniversary of their parents death to fulfill the wish they had of traveling there.  When they jump of an enchanted waterfall they are transported back in time (all three separately) and Hannah finds herself outside of a Medieval castle surrounded by what she thinks are Renaissance actors only to find out something else completely has happened.

There was something so easy to fall in love with in this book.  The characters, the setting, the story.  Hannah’s internal struggle of wanting to go back to her time and her sisters, but at the same time falling for Tristan and considering staying with him.  It’s a very fast moving story and so easy to gobble up in one sitting.

I am really excited to read the other two stories and hopefully find 3 new authors to continue reading!  FALLING FOR THE KNIGHT was a fun, feel good, light hearted romance.

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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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Thanks for the review, this sounds good. Adding another to my wishlist.

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Sounds great! Thanks

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Woo hoo!! ❤️❤️🎉🎉

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I love time travel romance. Thanks for the review Francesca