Monday, October 8, 2012

Book Review Monday

Today I will review The  Blue Enchantress by MaryLu Tyndall. Here is a book description: "Hope Westcott plunges into Charles Towne society trying to find love and acceptance—but lands herself in trouble. Captain Nathaniel Mason is determined to build his shipping business, and falling in love with Hope doesn't figure into his plans. What will he do when saving Hope means losing everything?"

Here's what I thought: I think I liked this book even better than The Red Siren, the first book in this great series. Hope was a very believable character that I was rooting for throughout the whole story. She struggles with very real problems. I liked Nathaniel very much and thought he was a wonderfully-written character. He was very kind to hope most of the time. MaryLu Tyndall describes her settings so well, I felt like I was with the characters in most of the scenes. I definitely loved this book and it kept me up well into the night because I just couldn't put it down. There are twists after twists in this novel. I would recommend it to friends and family.


  1. I've read this book, and I love it, too! Hope is such a believable character, and there are some parts that are hilarious even though the book is not a comedy. I absolutely enjoyed this book when I read it!

    1. Thanks, Cortney...I agree...this book is amazing!

  2. This book sounds like a good read! Your review makes it sound so interesting!


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