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Kathleen L. Maher
Hope Westcott envies her sisters’ larger than life personalities, and wishes she could be brave like Faith, the fiery pirate-ess, or pious like Grace, the straight-laced saint. Hope’s best features only seem to get her into trouble with men who would exploit her, like Lord Arthur Falkland. The Blue Enchantress opens up as Lord Falkland abandons Hope to a white slavery auction in the Caribbean. Nathaniel Mason—an admiring acquaintance from Charles Town--stumbles upon her just in time. God directs ...more
Sheri Salatin
This book grabbed me from the second I started reading it. Tyndall does an absolutely amazing job at making you really care about what happens to the characters. Hope Westcott is a spoiled young woman, but deep down all she really wants is to be loved. She is abandoned by the man she loves and left to be sold as a slave.
Nathaniel Mason is a dashing sea captain. He is handsome and God-fearing and rescues Hope from a fate worse than death. However, he has had enough of women like Hope. Women set
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Margaret
Jul 15, 2010 Margaret rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: romantics
Recommended to Margaret by: MaryLy Tyndall
As the pages turn I can hear the metal clanging of sword and the roar of a wave and smell the sea spray. I can hear gulls cry and picture the fish swimming beneath the aquamarine glass of water. Imagery is fabulously portrayed in this second book of the Charles Towne Belles trilogy following a second sister Hope. In the first book, readers were introduced to Faith, a proper lady of Charles Towne, who also happens to be a red haired pirate known as the Red Siren and her two sisters Hope and Grace ...more
Victor Gentile
I had the privilege of interviewing M. L. Tyndall, on our radio show "Kingdom Highlights", for her new book, "The Blue Enchantress", the second book in her series, "Charles Towne Belles published by Barbour. If you haven't read the first book you have missed a great treat. Ms. Tyndall knows how to craft a great story filled with action, suspense and wonderful romance. Don't start this book late at night because it will be very difficult to put it down or stop thinking about it.

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Abbie
The book starts off with Hope on the auction block to become a slave. She had chased after a man who did not want her. Nathaniel buys her, having to sell his ship to save her. Nathaniel has had his eyes on Hope for many years but she is from high society and he is a not. Nathaniel plans to escort Hope safely home and be done with her but much adventure awaits. Will Nathaniel see how much Hope has changed and risk everything to save her? Will Hope be able to become the true Lady she want so despe ...more
Michelle Griep
Main character Nathaniel Mason is everything a hero should be…strong, handsome, a man of integrity. Heroine Hope Westcott has some rough edges at first, but by the end, her bristly flaws are smoothed out. As leading figures in the story, both are multi-faceted characters, but I’ve got to admit—it’s the pirates that captured my attention.
Captain Poole doesn’t even appear until halfway through the story, but when he does come on the scene, he takes front and center. A self-proclaimed ruffian, Pir
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Melanie
I remember when I heard this book was coming out. I waited and waited. The year before I read it seemed like forever. The wait wasn't a waste either. Well written. I like that MaryLu knows how to continue the characters from previous novels accurately. Often the characters all seem alike once they are no longer the main. I notice that MaryLu does not do that, and keeps their distinct personalities separate. It makes for an amazing read!
Leah
The Blue Enchantress was one amazing book.
I loved it!
I'm almost to the point where i can read this series all over again!
Michelle
Jul 20, 2011 Michelle marked it as to-read
Nevey Badr
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