Monday, March 30, 2009

The Red Siren

The Red Siren
By: M. L. Tyndall

This book is now on my list of all time favorites. It is extremely well written.

The romance that grows between Faith, the captain of The Red Siren, and Captain Waite, the captain of British Royal Navy ship, is very dramatic and keeps you hanging in there to see just how they will (hopefully) end up together. With so many things keeping them apart - the fact that he is in SC to get rid of pirates, particularly The Red Siren; his personal vow to avoid women at all costs; her impending betrothel to Sir Wilhelm Carteret; her lack of belief in God - how can she have the man of her dreams and take care of her sisters?

Pick up this book when you have a large chunk of time to sit by the window and get lost in the pages (or each night before you go to bed, which is when I have time for books). M.L. Tyndall is a wonderful author that makes the pages truly come alive. I very highly recommend this book!!!

Back of the Book:

Faith Westcott abandoned her shallow faith when a series of tragedies struck her family. To save herself and her sisters from forced marriages, this fiery born-to-the-manor redhead is a lady by day and a pirate by night. How long can she maintain this dual-identity before she's caught red-handed.

God fearing, Dajon Waite, who scours the Carolina coast, expunging it of pirates, is a more-than-capable captain in the British Royal Navy. But when he is asked to take on the guardianship of Faith and her sisters, he's headed for deep waters. Having vowed to avoid women, what will he do when he finds himself falling for Faith?

Sir Wilhelm Carteret has always gotten everything he desired, but Faith seems to be unaffected by his charms. When he devises a plot to rid himself of his competition, more than Captain Waite's reputation is at stake as alarming secrets are revealed.

Will Faith regain her trust in God only to find herself headed for the gallows? Will Dajon scuttle his good name - and neck - to save her?

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