Book Review: The Blue Enchantress (Charles Towne Belles, Book 2) by M. L. Tyndall
Hope Wescott longs for love and understanding, on this quest she left home to follow a lover only to find her hopes at love dashed. Caught in a seemingly inescapable situation, she is put up for auction only to be bought by Nathaniel Mason, the man she once ignored. Nathaniel having risked his livelihood for Hope vows not to love her, especially since she doesn't know God. Will Nathaniel and Hope find love amidst storms, tragedy, and pirates?
I received this book today courtesy of Lori and Bookmooch and got started on it right away! I've been looking forward to reading about Hope's story finishing Faith's story, The Red Siren. I was not disappointed, this story had all the action, romance, and a strong faith message that I've grown to expect from a book written by M. L. Tyndall!
Hope is admittedly a little bit spoiled and bratty but we learn why she acts as she does and want to cheer her on! The hero, Nathaniel is great as well. He gets in a few duels with some nefarious characters who impugn Hope's honor. Really, how can you not like a guy who's good with a sword?! If you're looking for a good pirate romance and are a fan of Christian fiction The Blue Enchantress is for you! I'm really looking forward to The Raven Saint, the 3rd book in this series.
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