Wow! This book was wonderful!! I love adventure books, especially ones with pirates!
When I first got the book, I was disappointed because it was the book two in the series. (For some weird reason I like to read the books in order, strange I know!) But after reading The Blue Enchantress the book made since without reading the first book. Now I can’t wait to read the first book!!! I am very excited to see what other books M. L. Tyndall has to offer, also.
The lesson I learned in this book was not to judge a person you could ever meet, until you understand the circumstances that shaped that person’s life. I also learned that nothing is impossible with God. When times are hard and there seems to be no help, God has a rescue plan.
My favorite character has to be Abigail Sheldon. She becomes Hope’s good friend. I enjoyed reading about Abigail’s amazing witness for Christ. She really inspired me to become a better witness for Christ in my life!!!!!
One of my favorite parts of the book was when they (Nathaniel, Hope, and the others that were on the ship!) were stuck on a deserted island after the shipwreck. Nathaniel has to step up and be a leader and later on Hope becomes ill. They then meet Pirate Captain Poole, who rescues them off the island and later helps Nathaniel rescue Hope.
Thanks for reading my review and I hope you check out this really good book!!!!!!! ~ Rachel
About the Author~
M. L. (MaryLu) Tyndall grew up on the beaches of South Florida loving the sea and the warm tropics. But despite the beauty around her, she always felt an ache in her soul–a longing for something more.
After college, she married and moved to California where she had two children and settled into a job at a local computer company. Although she had done everything the world expected, she was still miserable. She hated her job and her marriage was falling apart.
Still searching for purpose, adventure and true love, she spent her late twenties and early thirties doing all the things the world told her would make her happy, and after years, her children suffered, her second marriage suffered, and she was still miserable.
One day, she picked up her old Bible, dusted it off, and began to read. Somewhere in the middle, God opened her hardened heart to see that He was real, that He still loved her, and that He had a purpose for her life, if she’d only give her heart to Him completely.
She had written stories her whole life, but never had the confidence to try and get any of them published. But as God began to change her heart, He also showed her that writing had been His wonderful plan for her all along!
Her other current release in the Charles Towne Belles series includes The Red Siren.
About the Book ~
Betrayed by the man she longed to marry, Hope Westcott is about to be auctioned off as a slave to the highest bidder on an island in the Caribbean . After enduring a difficult childhood in an unloving home, Hope?s search for love and self-worth have led her down a very dangerous path. All she ever wanted was to find true love and open an orphanage where she could raise children with all the love she never experienced as a child.? But how can a woman with a sordid past ever hope to run an orphanage, let alone attract the love of an honorable man?
Determined to overcome the shame of his mother?s past, Nathaniel Mason worked for many years to build his own fleet of merchant ships in an effort to finally acquire the respect of Charles Towne society. Ignoring the call of God on his life to become a preacher, he forges ahead with his plans for success at a distant port in the Caribbean , when he sees a young lady he knows from Charles Towne being sold as a slave. In an effort to save Hope, he is forced to sell one of his two ships, only to discover that her predicament was caused by her own bad behavior. Angry and determined to rid himself of her as soon as possible, Nathaniel embarks on a journey that will change the course of his life.