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A Captain's Heart (Pirates & Faith #3)

4.3  ·  Rating Details ·  47 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
Wealth and social standing mean nothing to Captain Kyle Bryden. To his family, however, they are everything. For years it has driven Kyle and his family apart. He longs for understanding from his parents, but most of all he yearns for them to accept the truth behind his faith. When his father sends him on a voyage to collect two family guests, it only complicates matters, ...more
Paperback, 374 pages
Published November 20th 2009 by CreateSpace (first published 2009)
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Hannah Rodes
Sorry everyone I haven't written a review in a long time. I usually am looking forward to doing reviews, and I think of tidbits of things to put in it. Lately though I just can't think of what to put in them.:( I usually can't write a good review a lot of times till my second Read through but I shall do my best for "A Captains heart"

"A Captains Heart" is about a man named Kyle. Kyle and his family...well lets just say don't get along. They don't like that he is a Christian or that he sails. O
Sep 16, 2015 Mikayla rated it really liked it
I had very mixed thoughts while reading this book. On one hand, it was much better then Every Tear. I really aprechiated the storng morals but I felt like serval things still wern't great.
Number 1. The (view spoiler)
Alea Harper
Jan 18, 2015 Alea Harper rated it really liked it
Not my favorite in the series, but still very good.
Jan 07, 2017 Grace rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book!

Wonderful series, but this is the best book of all! 5 Stars!
Great characters and story!
Lovely ending!
A total re-read!
A Captain’s Heart wasn’t my favorite out of the Pirates and Faith series, but it was sweetly touching overall. There’s just something about Molly Evangeline’s novels. I started and put down book after book until I got to A Captain’s Heart…it just drew me in. I don’t know; there’s something I like about her writing style, :-)

Now that the real adventurous parts of Will and Skye’s stories have been told, we meet a new character in the third book of this series. Kyle Bryden. He’s a godly young cap
Age Appropriate For: 12 and up for mild romance and mild violence
Best for Ages: 12 and up

After making it though Every Tear, I was a little worried I would hate the rest of the Pirates and Faith series. However, I was looking through my Kindle books and came across this forgotten book, and I decided to give it a try. I am so glad I did.

This book was my favorite of the whole series. The story is surprisingly compelling and refreshing. I say surprisingly, because on the surface it sounds like a lot
Jul 26, 2013 Morgan rated it it was amazing
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In A Captain's Heart, the focus shifts from Skye and Will to several new characters, namely Kyle, Travis, Elizabeth, and Mariah. At first, I was a bit disappointed to find that Skye and Will were only background characters, but by the end, I found I loved the new characters just as much, if not more. A Captain's Heart tells a different story from that of the first two books, but I liked how Molly was able to connect them and continue to tell what happened to Skye and Will.

There is a lot of famil
Apr 23, 2016 C.M. rated it it was amazing
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A Captain's Heart is the best work yet in the Pirates and Faith series. Molly Evangeline's writing skills improve by leaps and bounds with each book she writes.

The third book in the series, A Captain's Heart centers around a different main cast than that of the first two books. But I didn't mind that one bit, as the original characters are still quite prevalent in the story. And actually, I think I like these new characters even better than the last.

This book has a rather different feel to it th
Kaitlin Grace
Jul 03, 2013 Kaitlin Grace rated it really liked it
Okay, Molly Evangeline's writing definitely improved after her first two books. I could tell the difference in this book, and I enjoyed it immensely. It took a little detour from the first two, focusing on a new cast of characters, but tying a few old ones into the story. I just loved Kyle's character. He was so kind and chivalrous, yet I loved how he struggled with patience and his relationship with his parents, particularly his father. I want to say he's my favorite of the main men in Pirates ...more
Lavay Byrd
I think this can be read on its own, but I loved this story, especially the surprises and twists! I really liked Captain Kyle.
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Molly Evangeline has been using her active imagination to create stories since she was eight years old, encouraged by her mom's own love for writing. For years she wrote as a pastime until age fifteen when she began writing her first historical Christian novel, The Pirate Daughter's Promise, book one of her Pirates & Faith series. Three years later, it became the first of her books to be publi ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Pirates & Faith (4 books)
  • The Pirate Daughter's Promise (Pirates & Faith, #1)
  • Every Tear (Pirates & Faith, #2)
  • Finding Faith (Pirates & Faith, #4)

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