Published by Altiora Press on August 9, 2018
**Coming August 9, 2018-- Get Book 1 in this trilogy from Emma Prince on July 26, 2018. Book 3, written by Keira Montclair, will be available August 23rd**
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When she’s sent back to the past she finds new hope for the future.
Hannah Sutton prides herself on being a strong, independent woman, perfectly in control of her career and personal life. But her orderly existence is upended when she and her sisters travel to Scotland and jump off an enchanted waterfall as a lark. After blacking out, she finds herself marooned near a castle in England, alone. Everyone she meets appears to be a devoted reenactor, dressed from head to toe in medieval gear, but soon the truth becomes undeniable. Hannah has traveled back in time.
Tristan wasn’t meant to be a lord, but his bravery and prowess in battle earned him the lordship of Saxford. Now, he faces a challenge that might very well unseat him—his ten-year truce with Saxford’s biggest enemy is about to come to an end. It’s the worst possible time for a mysterious woman to wash up on his beach, especially one who claims to be from the future. But the beguiling beauty quickly gets under his skin, and he realizes there might be something to her claim.
Hannah and Tristan have an immediate attraction that grows deeper, and the longer she stays at Saxford, the more she begins to question if she wants to return to thefuture—or make a future with her medieval knight.
~~Reviewed by AnnMarie~~
Falling for the Knight is the second book in the Enchanted Falls trilogy by Cecelia Mecca. Book 1 in this trilogy is from Emma Prince and book 3 is written by Keira Montclair. Each book concentrates on one of three sisters whisked back in time at an enchanted waterfall. Each book can be read as a standalone one, but I think once you read this one you will definitely want to read the others.
Cecelia’s book centres on Hannah Sutton. She is a successful businesswoman who likes her independence. Her parents died a year ago having never fulfilled their wish of going to Scotland, so she and her sisters decide to remember them on the anniversary of their passing by going to Scotland for them. When for a lark they jump off a ledge at an enchanted waterfall just one day before having to return to America Hannah finds herself waking up on the shore of a river without her sisters. Instead, she is being watched by men very obviously in medieval re-enactment garb.
Tristan is Lord of Saxford, a title bestowed upon him for his bravery in battle. As Lord, he is called upon by one of his men to go to the river to see the strange woman that has been washed up ashore. He can’t believe his eyes when he sees her there, sodden and dressed in the strangest clothes he has ever seen. Also talking in words he can barely understand. He knows he can’t just leave her there so takes her back to his castle where she finally starts to realise that the men around her aren’t actors and that somehow she has travelled back in time.
She has to convince Tristan who she is and where, or more importantly when she is from, and she needs to have his help to find out if her sisters travelled through time as well. It all sounds simple enough, but with the end of a peace treaty amongst the border clans coming to an end, Tristan has to be very careful about where he or his men travel. He does promise to see what he can find out for her and in the meantime, Hannah starts to settle into her new way of life, including falling for the handsome Knight. Her feelings are positively reciprocated but with the uncertainty of when or even if Hannah can go back to her own time between them they try to hold back from giving in to their feelings.
Will they be able to keep their hearts from breaking, and what of the upcoming battle when the peace treaty ends, will Tristan be able to keep his people, especially Hannah safe?
This was a truly magical story one that was exciting from the very first pages. There were some funny moments, especially between Hannah and the castle’s cook which had me laughing out loud. Then, of course, there were the tense moments where lives were at stake, and best of all the wonderful passionate moments between Hannah and Tristan. All of that going on around the fabulous storyline of the time travel and this reader could not read the book quickly enough. There was never a dull moment, and its conclusion was just perfect. I love how three authors can come together to write a trilogy, and I definitely want to read the other two books now.