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The Lord´s Captive ( Border Series) by Cecelia Mecca. Historical Romance Release & ARC Review

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The Lord
Sir Bryce Waryn has dreamed for years about the day when he will finally liberate his home from the Scots who killed his parents and stole his brother’s birthright. Now that day is finally upon him, only his brother has abdicated the title of lord of Bristol Manor to him. Bryce should be celebrating, but something unexpected stands in his way—the sister of the Scot who held Bristol. In the chaos of the raid, Lady Catrina Kerr was injured and left behind. Bryce takes her captive, hoping to exact an even more satisfying revenge from his enemy. Except the fiery beauty is far more compelling than he would like…

The Captive
Raised by three elder brothers, Lady Catrina Kerr knows a thing or two about stubborn men. But Bryce is more strong-willed than all of her brothers combined. He’s also maddeningly handsome, brave, and kind—but no matter how compelling her captor, she’s intent on escaping him. Only then will she be able to protect her brothers. But as Bryce’s plan escalates and her feelings for him intensify, she finds herself facing an unthinkable choice between her family and the man who has captured her heart.


Sir Bryce Waryn and his brothers gave just reclaimed the lands in the borderlands from the clan that killed their parents a few years ago.  He is quite willing to leave the Kerr woman they find unconscious near the stream to die,  but is persuaded to rescue her. 
Catrina Kerr's brother was told by his king to take the manor and lands on the Scottish border.  She only came to the manor to ask her brother to let her marry the man she loves.  Waking up after the battle to find herself a prisoner is hard to take. 
Our heroine is a very intelligent and popular woman . She will need to use all of that to escape.  Our hero does not make war on women but he will destroy her brother. 
A marvelous romantic adventure in the borderlands of medieval England and Scotland.  The characters are a lot of fun and the story line will drag you in on the first page and not let you go. 
This is part of a series but is easily read as a stand alone. 
I loved it. 


Cecelia is the author of medieval romance. 

A former English teacher, Cecelia combines two of her passions, romance novels and the middle ages, in debut novel The Thief’s Countess. Combining alpha male types and strong female heroines, Cecelia transports readers to an admittedly romanticized time of knights and castles.

After reading Johanna Lindsey and Judith McNaught, she started a manuscript twenty years ago when medieval romance was at its height of mainstream popularity. Picking it back up in 2015 when vampires and highlanders reigned supreme, Cecelia stuck to the genre she loved and brought medieval England back to life.

She lives in Northeast, Pennsylvania with her husband and two young children where she can be found either planning a Disney trip, watching period dramas or convincing her children to watch Star Wars. She is firmly House Stark and Gryffindor.

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