The Red Siren

By MaryLu Tyndall
(Barbour Books, Paperback, 9781602601567, 320pp.)

Publication Date: January 2009

Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback

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You'll be swept away by this latest historical romance by bestselling author M. L. Tyndall. Faith Westcott is a lady by day and a pirate by night. Can she garner the riches she so desperately needs before her secret is revealed? Captain Dajon Waite is determined to catch the fiery redhead who has been pillaging the Carolina coast. When Faith invites his courtship, she hopes his infatuation will shield her true identity and keep other suitors at bay. Can the love of a godly captain win her heart, or will she be forced to marry Sir Wilhelm Carteret, a man obsessed with taking her to wife?




Praise For The Red Siren

Tyndall deftly balances perilous high-seas adventure with a satisfying romance. Her feisty, devil-may-care heroine fights for what she wants and is a character readers will root for. A great start to what looks to be a fun series.   
-Chandra McNeil

MaryLu Tyndall returns to the Caribbean with a story that may be her best yet. Cutlasses clash and hearts collide in this captivating tale of adventure, love and redemption....MaryLu''s dialogue sparkles as the romantic tension between Dajon and Faith escalates in a captivating yet never unseemly manner....If you love a spirited tale with vibrant characters, vivid scenery and a solid message of God''s love, The Red Siren is the perfect escape! There is no doubt this will be a story I will read again and again. 
-Rel

Definitely a book that will not disappoint—highly recommended! 

This is a bold and unusual plot for an inspirational romance. Although the story is over-written (for example, emotions will jump to various extremes several times on the same page) and the plot details are unbelievable (just how, exactly, does Fiath get her treasure trove off the ship and past all the ruffians on the way to her hiding spot in the forest?) these details will not bother those readers who enjoy a good yarn with a spirited heroine and charming hero.
-NANCY ATWELL

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