The Red Siren by M L Tyndall – My Review

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks

Barbour Publishing, Inc (January 2009)
Pirates, Women, the British Navy, Colonial America and one young woman’s creative solutions to the restraints of “modern society” blend into a rollicking adventure on the high seas and amongst the Colonial society of the Carolina coastline at Charles Towne. Tyndall once again pens a lively heroine with a mind of her own though in this case some might think she’s gotten a little too independent when marriage for her and her sisters is snubbed in favor of a less “savory” occupation of Faith Westcott. Little does the Admiral or his “employed” protector for his girls in his absence know what really goes on when Faith sleeps till noon instead of joining the family at a proper hour. The new employee, Captain Dajon Waite of the Royal Navy soon becomes suspicious but cannot prove his hunch. Will he find himself forced to arrest the vivacious redhead who has stolen his heart and whom he was hired to protect by an overzealous father or will he be relieved to find that the notorious woman pirate haunting the Carolina seas and his memories of an unfortunate trip aboard his father’s prized Lady Em is someone else entirely? Will Faith learn to live her name or continue to expect she must do it all alone? Trust is never easy but with a mother who passed her deep devotion on to at least one of four daughters and the example of her devout sister to rely on what has convinced Faith that only she can solve the problems of her “world” and God doesn’t care anyway or else He is so fickle that caring makes no difference anyway? I look forward to more adventures of Faith and her sisters Hope and Grace in future installments of Tyndall’s Charles Towne Belles series. (ISBN#9781602601567, 288pp, $10.97)

One comment

  1. Melissa, thanks for hosting the Red Siren on your blog and for your great review! I’m so glad you enjoyed it. God bless

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