Sunday, January 25, 2009

The Red Siren by M. L.Tyndall


This week, the

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

The Red Siren

Barbour Publishing, Inc (January 2009)

by

M.L. Tyndall



ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

M. L. (MARYLU) TYNDALL grew up on the beaches of South Florida loving the sea and the warm tropics. But despite the beauty around her, she always felt an ache in her soul--a longing for something more.

After college, she married and moved to California where she had two children and settled into a job at a local computer company. Although she had done everything the world expected, she was still miserable. She hated her job and her marriage was falling apart.

Still searching for purpose, adventure and true love, she spent her late twenties and early thirties doing all the things the world told her would make her happy, and after years, her children suffered, her second marriage suffered, and she was still miserable.

One day, she picked up her old Bible, dusted it off, and began to read. Somewhere in the middle, God opened her hardened heart to see that He was real, that He still loved her, and that He had a purpose for her life, if she'd only give her heart to Him completely.

Her current releases in the Legacy of The Kings Pirates series include:The Restitution, The Reliance, and The Redemption and The Falcon And The Sparrow

ABOUT THE BOOK

Lady Faith Westcott has turned her back on God and on man. Having witnessed the hypocrisy in the Church of England, her older sister's abuse at the hand of her husband, and her own mother's untimely
death in childbirth, Faith has determined never to marry and to gain enough wealth so she and her two sisters will never have to depend on man or God again.

To that end, though a lady by day, she becomes a pirate by night and begins her sordid career off Portsmouth when she attacks and plunders a merchant ship commanded by the young Dajon Waite. Humiliated at being defeated by a pirate and a woman no less, Dajon returns home without cargo and ship, and his father expels him from the family merchant business.

After a brief sojourn into debased society, Dajon rejoins the Royal Navy, where he finds comfort in the strict rules and redemption through his service to others. Three years later, he is sent to the frontier outpost of Charles Town, South Carolina to deal with the pirate problem. There, he connects with his mentor and old friend, Admiral Westcott, who has just arrived with his three daughters.

Much to Dajon's utter dismay, Admiral Westcott, who is being called away to Spain, asks Dajon to be temporary guardian of his three lovely daughters. One of the ladies seems familiar to him, a striking redhead who immediately sends his heart thumping.

Faith recognizes Captain Waite as the buffoon whose ship she plundered off Portsmouth. Yet, he appears no longer the fool, but instead a tall, handsome and commanding naval officer. Despite her immediate attraction to him, she labels him the enemy, but sparks are guaranteed to fly during the next few months when independent, headstrong and rebellious Faith falls in love with God-fearing honorable, rule-following Dajon-especially when Faith continues her pirating off the Carolina coast while her father is away.

Will Dajon catch her? And what will this man of honor and duty do when he does?


If you would like to read the first chapter of The Red Siren, go HERE

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MaryLu can be reached through the Contact link on her Website

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Carrie at The Random Thoughts Of Carrie
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Debra at Soul Reflections
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Delia at Gatorskunkz And Mudcats
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Elizabeth at Count it All Joy
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Gretchen at Inspire Me
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Jendi at Jendi's Journal
Jennifer at Musings on This, That, & The Other Thing
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Jenny at Come Meet AusJenny
Jill at Christian Work At Home Moms
Kara at Ramblings-n-Writings
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Kelly at A Disciple's Steps
Kim at Window To My World
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Kristinia at Loving Heart Mommy
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30 comments:

Ernie W. said...

Post is up.

AndieJ said...

Mine's up ;o)

Deena said...

Posting tomorrow with review to come in Feb...but I'm not telling why:-)

Deanna said...

This will post Tuesday afternoon. This is my first read by Tyndall, but won't be my last!

Jennifer AlLee said...

Post is scheduled for tomorrow AM but no review - didn't receive the book.

http://jenniferallee.blogspot.com/

Rulan said...

Posted and pinged.

Rel said...

Up down under with review :)

Nessa said...

Posted!

Kim said...

Posted with my review! Interview will go up in just a bit.

Kim
Window To My World

Deborah said...

mine's up

April Erwin said...

mine's up

Peg said...
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Peg said...

Scheduled for Tuesday AM
& pinged

Sips 'n Cups Cafe

elizabeth said...

Posted and Pinged! :)

Jendi said...

Posted!
Thanks for the books.

Pam said...

Posted. Hope to review tomorrow.

Mocha with Linda said...

Mine will post tomorrow with a review.

carla stewart said...

Posted and pinged.

Brittanie said...

Posted with review.

Jim Thompson said...

Posted and Pinged.

Winter said...

Mine's up w/review.

Ausjenny said...

posting and will review when I finish been a bit delayed but have started the book.

Ruth said...

posted

Carrie said...

Mine is up.

Michelle Sutton said...

Posted but no review yet. Will do one soon.

http://edgyinspirationalauthor.blogspot.com

Sunny said...

Mine is up but no review yet.

Jasmine said...

Posted! Review to follow soon!

Sally Bradley said...

Posted and pinged. Fun book.

Amy said...

Posted with review.
http://www.myfriendamysblog.com/2009/01/review-red-siren-by-ml-tyndall.html

Janna said...

Posted!