Charles Towne Belles TrilogyM. L. Tyndall
Follow the three Westcott sisters of Charles Towne, South Carolina, through adventures on land and sea. Faith has abandoned faith and tradition to earn her fortune and protect her sisters and herself from arranged marriages. Can a god-fearing captain in the Royal British Nav... Read More
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- Product type: Book
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Oct 15, 2010
- UPC: 9781616262150
- Height: 1.58
- Width: 5.55
- Length: 8.43
- BISAC: "FIC042040 , FIC014000"
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- These Three Books In One is Wicked Exciting! by Rachel on 7/23/2012
The Red Siren is the first book in The Charles Towne Belles series.
Faith has given up faith and taken up pirating the seas to support her sisters. Faith cannot stand the thought of any more of her sisters marrying evil men, men they do not love. Dajon has been humiliated and cast away by his family, and his goal is to be successful and capture the female pirate who stole his ship.
Faith and Dajon meet and he is put in charge of their protection. They start to fall in love. What happens when Dajon finds out the woman he loves isn't what she appears?
I liked this book a lot. Faith almost wants independence too much, and Dajon is trying too hard to fix the past instead of living in the present. This book brings many emotions as the pages are turned. It’s a very enjoyable read. I would know--I've read the book three times.
The Blue Enchantress is the second book in the Charles Towne Belles series.
Hope and Nathaniel live two totally different life styles. Hope is loose and desperate to be with her "finance", but he has left her behind. Nathaniel admires Hope and sacrifices much for her. As the book progresses, their relationship alters. Hope comes to love Nate and Nate proves over and over that he is a true gentleman. There are some who don't want Hope and Nathaniel’s relationship to work out, however.
I love this book. Lots of Hope's bad choices are made in the first book, this book satisfies the cliff hanger of the last book, but creates a new one for the third book. I've read this book three times. It's very encouraging and exciting. A must read.
The Raven Saint is the third and last book in the Charles Towne Belles series.
Grace is zealous in her face, but extremely judgmental. Rafe appears to be heartless, but given the chance, he is an honorable man. Rafe kidnaps Grace intending to sell her to a man who wants revenge on Grace's father. Just as Rafe and Grace start to love each other, an old love comes back into Rafe’s life and tries to separate them.
Grace and Rafe's love is shocking. I didn't expect her to fall in love with Rafe--I hadn't realized the man who kidnapped her was the hero--at first. It's a good book. I've read it three times. One of those times, I read it out loud to my mother. My mother loved it as well.
This is my personal favorite in the series. I was kind of sad when I finished the series, the characters seemed so real.