In Master of Iron, the conclusion to Tricia Levenseller's exciting and romantic Bladesmith duology, a magically gifted blacksmith with social anxiety must race against the clock to save her beloved sister and stop a devastating war.
Eighteen-year-old Ziva may have defeated a deadly warlord, but the price was almost too much. Ziva is forced into a breakneck race to a nearby city with the handsome mercenary, Kellyn, and the young scholar, Petrik, to find a powerful magical healer who can save her sister's life.
When the events that follow lead to Ziva and Kellyn's capture by an ambitious prince, Ziva is forced into the very situation she's been dreading: magicking dangerous weapons meant for world domination.
The forge has always been Ziva's safe space, a place to avoid society and the anxiety it causes her, but now it is her prison, and she's not sure just how much of herself she'll have to sacrifice to save Kellyn and take center stage in the very war she's been trying to stop. Praise for the Bladesmith Duology:
An addictive page-turner. Loaded with action, betrayal, slow-burn romance--honestly, that is the best first kiss scene ever... Be prepared to laugh, cry, and gasp. -- Mary E. Pearson, the New York Times
-bestselling author of The Remnant Chronicles on Blade of Secrets
Levenseller elevates her already intriguing fantasy world through her depiction of Ziva, whose anxiety will ring true for anyone who's ever had a panic attack. Grab this and devour it. -- Booklist
on Blade of Secrets,
starred review Blade of Secrets
is an impactful, eye-opening journey of social anxiety that is flawlessly blended with Levenseller's signature flair for adventure and romance. --Bookstagram sensation Bridget Howard, @darkfaerietales_, on Blade of Secrets
About the Author
Tricia Levenseller, New York Times-bestselling author of several YA fantasy books, including The Shadows Between Us and the Daughter of the Pirate King duology, grew up in Oregon, where she spent her childhood climbing trees and playing make believe. She now lives in Utah with her bossy dog, Rosy, where she writes full time. When she's not writing or reading, Tricia enjoys putting together jigsaw puzzles, playing Overwatch and Sea of Thieves on her Xbox, and finding tasty restaurants to frequent.