The Raven Saint

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Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, Mar 1, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Join bestselling author M. L. Tyndall for another seafaring historical full of romance, intrigue, action, and adventure. Grace Westcott has piously served God her whole life. Captain Rafe Dubois cannot pass up the opportunity to earn more gold toward the hospital he’s building for the poor by kidnapping Admiral Westcott’s youngest daughter. But when the missionary and the mercenary meet, it’s full-sail-ahead into tumultuous waters! Find out what happens when a bitter mercenary who’s sworn off God falls in love with a pious woman determined to change him.

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Review: The Raven Saint (Charles Towne Belles #3)

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Grace is the very pious (Though a bit self-righteous and arrogant) daughter of an admiral in the British navy, who brings food and supplies to the poor. During one of her guests to give to the needy ... Read full review

Review: The Raven Saint (Charles Towne Belles #3)

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I have to say, this third and last book of the Charles Town Belles series, the Raven Saint, is my favorite of all three. ML Tyndall really has a catchy way of writing and keeping the reader interested ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

MaryLu Tyndall, a Christy Award finalist and bestselling author of the Legacy of the King’s Pirates series, is known for her adventurous historical romances filled with deep spiritual themes. She holds a degree in math and worked as a software engineer for fifteen years before testing the waters as a writer. MaryLu currently writes full time and makes her home on the California coast with her husband, six kids, and four cats. Her passion is to write page-turning, romantic adventures that not only entertain but open people’s eyes to their God-given potential. MaryLu is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America.

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