Charles Towne Belles: Books 1-3: Three Historical Romance Adventures in One Set

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No one writes adventurous seafaring romances quite like Tyndall Chandra McNeil Romantic Times

From the Carolina shores to the rich Caribbean, follow the adventures of three sisters, all looking for love and purpose in all the wrong places and all getting into more trouble than they can handle.

In the Red Siren Faith will do anything to gain enough wealth to save her sisters from forced marriages—even become a pirate. What she didn’t expect was to fall in love with the Royal Navy Captain bent on her capture.
In the Blue Enchantress Hope’s search for love in the arms of unscrupulous men have landed her on the white-slave auction block on St. Kitts island. Her only salvation lies with an honorable man she has scorned for years.
And in the Raven Saint pious Grace’s faith is tested when on a mission of mercy she is kidnapped by a pirate intent on selling her to a Spanish Don. Dangers abound on sea and land as Grace searches for God’s purpose in the madness. But what if that purpose is not to redeem the wicked Captain Rafe Dubois, but to change her own prideful heart?

MaryLu Tyndall''s Charles Towne Belles is beautifully orchestrated! The Raven Saint is third in this highly popular series. If you are a fan of historical romance, then you definitely want to put the name MaryLu Tyndall high atop your to buy list. This author writes with a passionate flare that captures the true essence of romance.
Suzie Housley The Midwest Book Review

The Red Siren
Can ladies be pirates? In 1718 Charleston, there are few other choices left to women in need of large sums of money. And Faith Westcott needs such a fortune to protect her sisters from forced marriages before their aloof and often-absent admiral father returns from overseas.
Dajon Waite longs to make a success of himself in the British Royal Navy. When he is stationed in Charleston, Carolina, to rid the nearby seas of pirates, he is thrilled to meet up with his long-time mentor, Admiral Westcott. But Dajon must pass a test before receiving the promotion he desires—protect the admiral’s unruly and headstrong daughters! Not an easy task, when Dajon’s past dealings with women ended in disaster and shame—including a run-in with a lady pirate.

The Blue Enchantress
How does a British Admiral’s daughter end up being sold as a slave on the auction block in St. Kitts? Could it be the loss of her mother, the verbal abuse of a strict father, the violation by a family member? Or maybe that her sister is a pirate! All these things and more drove Hope Westcott to seek love and value in the arms of unscrupulous men and hence into this dire situation.
Nathaniel Mason has loved Hope from afar for years, but her scandalous behavior, along with his efforts to start a shipping company, have kept him at a distance. Yet when he sees Hope on the auction block, how much of that security will he risk to save her?

The Raven Saint
Grace Westcott has spent her entire life serving God and helping the poor. But while on an errand of mercy, she is kidnapped by a French mercenary and told she will be sold to a Spanish Don in Columbia. Determined to hold onto her faith and see God in every situation, she believes she must have been sent to help someone find God’s love. But no one will listen to her please, warnings, and prayers.
When Grace’s situation grows far worse than she could imagine, she is forced to face her own human weaknesses.

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