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  1. The Blue Enchantress, Charles Towne Belles Series #2 (rpkgd)
    The Blue Enchantress, Charles Towne Belles Series #2 (rpkgd)
    MaryLu Tyndall
    Barbour Publishing / 2013 / Trade Paperback
    $1.35 Retail: $4.99 Save 73% ($3.64)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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  1. Blue Jeans & Teacups
    California
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    o:**:. YO HO, YO HO A PIRATES LIFE FOR ME.:**: o
    September 26, 2014
    Blue Jeans & Teacups
    California
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    REVIEW FOR ALL 3 BOOKS IN Charles Towne Belles Series

    M.L. Tyndall

    THE RED SIREN book#1 Charles Towne Belles Series

    M.L. Tyndall

    o:**:. AVAST YE LANDLUBBERS, FAITH FILLED ADVENTURES AWAIT.:**: o

    I loved this entire series and read all 3 over a 6 day period in honor of Natl. Talk Like a Pirate Day (-smile). There are exciting adventures upon the high seas in the early 1700s, miraculous deeds, as well as evil presence (things many Christian authors do not bother to address).

    Some of the exciting characters:

    Dajon (hard name I disliked I chose to say Dayon in my head), soft spoken, good morals, seeking to climb the ladders of success in the British Navy. Unexpectedly assigned to watch over 3 grown sisters, while their admiral father is called away on a 6-month assignment.

    Bickering Sisters: Faith Wescott, headstrong character, no belief in God, secretly a pirate!

    Hope Wescott, appears frivolous, stupid, self-centered, no faith in God.

    and Grace Wescott, self-governed by biblical rules, not by grace wears hair in a tight pulled-back bun.

    Red parrot belonging to Faith, fun character

    Admiral Wescott, is an arrogant ass who cares little about his daughters desires and what is truly best for them.

    Molly the negro cook who is genuinely concerned and faith-filled.

    Lucas mulato 1st mate to Faith, and the family groomsman, who secretly has a crush on Molly

    Sir Welhelm Faiths recently disgusting betrothed, unless she can outwit her father

    Lots of fun to read!

    I give it 5 out of 5 stars and would recommend it to others.

    Included at the end of the book: n/a

    This copy was given to me by a friend and I am offering my honest opinions for no compensation.

    2008 Barbour Publishing

    368 Pages

    Read 9/20&21/2014

    Reviewed 9/26/2014

    THE BLUE ENCHANTRESS book#2 Charles Towne Belles Series

    M.L. Tyndall

    o:**:. YO HO, YO HO A PIRATES LIFE FOR ME.:**: o

    I loved this entire series and read all 3 over a 6 day period in honor of Natl. Talk Like a Pirate Day (-smile). There are exciting adventures upon the high seas in the early 1700s, miraculous deeds, as well as evil presence (things many Christian authors do not bother to address).

    Hope Wescott is a spoiled child of a young woman. She has been having an affair with Lord Faulkland, a disgusting pompous user of women. When he tells her he is leaving on a ship, she decides it best to stowaway and surprise him. He sells her out to the captain, who then has her sold at auction!

    Coming to her rescue is Nathan Mason, who has handmade 2 ships of his own, is an orphan adopted by a local preacher, and a true man of God.

    During their time on a ship, there is an intense hurricane that leads them to be marooned on an island. Many adventures and damsel in distress moments ensue.

    Abigail, a young, faith filled daughter of murdered missionaries is also marooned on the island, along with a handful of other characters (some not-so-nice).

    Captain Poole, discovers them on the island. He is a pirate with an unusual sense of duty toward God and certain women, such as wives.

    I was so happy Hope grew out of most of her childish ways, and came to Christ along with others maturing in Him.

    I give it 5 out of 5 stars and would recommend it to others.

    Included at the end of the book: n/a

    This copy was given to me by a friend and I am offering my honest opinions for no compensation.

    2009 Barbour Publishing

    317 Pages

    Read 9/21&22/2014

    Reviewed 9/26/2014

    THE RAVEN SAINT book#3 Charles Towne Belles Series

    M.L. Tyndall

    o:**:. HIGH SEAS ADVENTURE.:**: o

    I loved this entire series and read all 3 over a 6 day period in honor of Natl. Talk Like a Pirate Day (-smile). There are exciting adventures upon the high seas in the early 1700s, miraculous deeds, as well as evil presence (things many Christian authors do not bother to address).

    French Captain Rafe Dubois has been offered 500 pounds to help with the Spanish get revenge against British Navy Admiral Wescott. All he has to do is kidnap the Admirals daughter, Grace Wescott.

    Grace Wescott is very judgmental, and is constantly second guessing God, trying to figure out why she has been either abandoned by God or chosen by Him for this task to possibly help someone. She has a long road ahead, but in the end, God has used her and has never left or forsaken her.

    Assisting aboard ship is Father Alers, who has walked away from his faith after being convinced men are to evil and only pretend Christianity. Although a rough and burly man, he is definitely genteel and kind.

    Spyglass the cat, is a favorite character, who seems to be used by God whenever she is most needed.

    Many characters are not what they seem, and it will take a lot for both Grace and Rafe to discover their true motives be it good or bad.

    I give it 5 out of 5 stars and would recommend it to others.

    Included at the end of the book: PHOTO OF SPYGLASS THE CAT

    This copy was given to me by a friend and I am offering my honest opinions for no compensation.

    2009 Barbour Publishing

    318 Pages

    Read 9/23-25/2014

    Reviewed 9/26/2014
  2. PharmD
    Johnston,SC
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A true page turner.
    February 5, 2013
    PharmD
    Johnston,SC
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This is a story with a timeless theme. There are still women today that struggle with the same issues that the main character hope struggled with. This is a very touching story. I could not stop reading this second story in the series. I stayed up late many nights just so that I could get to the ending. This was a very enjoyable book.
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