Friday, August 21, 2009

The Blue Enchantress

by M.L. Tyndall

Barbour Books (August 1, 2009) ISBN: 978-1602601574

No one writes a pirate story better than Christy award finalist Tyndall! This romantic, action-packed adventure illustrates the healing, redemptive power of God's grace while still offering readers the excitement they crave. Chandra McNeil of Romantic Times

Searching for love and value, Hope Westcott throws herself at any man who looks her way. Betrayed by the nobleman she longed to marry, Hope is being auctioned off as a slave at a distant port when Nathaniel Mason comes to her rescue and sells one of his prized ships in order to save her. Determined to erase the stain of his mother's past, and angry at his loss, Nathaniel wants nothing to do with the stubborn, wanton girl and procures passage for them on the first ship home. But will he be able to resist the provocative beauty, and what is he willing to give up to save her? And will Hope find the love she seeks in God or will she fall back into her sordid ways?

From the Carolina Coast to the Caribbean, through stormy seas and shipwreck, can Hope and Nathaniel put aside their painful pasts, listen to God's voice, and fine true love and acceptance?

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James Scott Bell (Hachette/Center Street)

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