Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Excellent Start to a Brand New Series

Another great new book is on the shelves now.

M. L. Tyndall (MaryLu to her friends) kicks off a new historical romance adventure series with The Red Siren. This is MaryLu's most feisty heroine to date. Using Robin Hood tactics, she is out to right all the wrongs in her sisters' lives.
Faith Westcott, a fiery redhead, is a lady by day and a pirate by night. How long can she maintain this dual identity before she’s caught red-handed? Dajon Waite, who scours the Carolina coast, expunging it of pirates and smugglers, is a more-than-capable captain in the British Royal Navy. But when asked to take on the guardianship of Faith and her two sisters, he finds himself in deep water. Having vowed to avoid women, what will he do when he begins falling for Faith? Can the all-consuming love of a godly captain redeem a not-so-ladylike pirate?
You are sure to enjoy this first book in the Charles Towne Belles series. This first bok is set in 1718, Charles Towne, Carolina -- that's during the Colonial days when the British ruled the land and sea and before the town became present-day Charleston, SC.

Want to read this one? Of course, you all do! Comment to this post before January 5 to enter a drawing to win your own copy.

28 comments:

photoqueen said...

This book sounds great! As a dull brunette, there's just something about a fiery redhead that I love. :)

Mary Connealy said...

I love MaryLu's work and this sounds like more great fun.

I think I'll just go buy it though, I'm going to be in a bookstore in the next few days so don't put me in the drawing.

Erica Vetsch said...

I am a huge MaryLu Tyndall fan. In addition to being a terrific writer, she's also a great person! :)

Rose said...

What a neat twist to have the woman be a pirate! Please enter me in the drawing.

Rose

Blissful said...

This is really exciting and hope it does well!

Rae Byuel said...

I think having a woman be a pirate is a great new twist, and I love MaryLu Tyndall's other work. Sign me up!

Rae

rebornbutterfly said...

I came from the authors blog!
i love this new heroine
please enter me in the drawing

CHickey said...

Sounds great! Pick me! Pick me!

Cathy S. said...

I'm intrigued that she is "using Robin Hood tactics" and would love to win a copy to see what that means.

The Write Life said...

I'm blessed to be one of MaryLu's crit partners and can tell you this is my favorite story yet. It's SO good!

Paige Dooly

Amber S. said...

This book sounds wonderful! I'm excited for another chance to win a copy. I hope everyone here has a Merry Christmas!

Amber Stokes
stokes.a@suddenlink.net

Carrie Turansky said...

Oh, this sounds like a great story. MaryLu has a real gift as a storyteller! I can't wait to read The Red Siren.

Merry Christmas to all my Barbour friends,
Carrie
carrie(at)turansky(dot)com

Carole said...

I'm getting to know MaryLu through her blog and would love to read her new book. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

rae said...

PLease enter me:
rachelmarie42@yahoo.com

rae said...

Sounds great! PLease enter me:
di88wllmnn@yahoo.com

tracy said...

Sounds like A great book.Please enter me.

tracy said...

My email is tracee77@windstream.net

Inspire said...

Congratulations to a very talented writer. Perfect setting. Perfect time period. What an enticing synopsis! I'll be sure to include it in Stepping Stones Magazine for Writers!

Rita Gerlach
http://ritagerlach.com/

DebbieLynne said...

I've read all of MaryLu's books and she in my opinion is one of the best writers out there!

MissBookworm said...

I think this book looks awesome! I can't wait to read it!

missbookworm [at] ymail [dot] com

lisa said...

I loved MaryLu's Legacy of the Kings Pirate series and am looking forward to getting my hands on this!

Please enter me for a chance to win!


ldneuhof at hotmail dot com

Jennifer Hudson Taylor said...

Of course, I want to read it! MaryLu writes wonderful books! And how can a Carolina girl with Captain Sir Henry Morgan in my bloodline not want to read about a feisty female pirate on the Carolina coast?

Lynette Sowell said...

Ohhh! Sounds like lots of fun. I love the cover, too!

CherryBlossomMJ said...

*Do not enter me*

I just loved the book, my review is over at Creative Madness if you want to read my thoughts on just how great of a book it is!

Crystal Laine Miller said...

I think my favorite books by far are historicals/historical romances,and I keep wanting to pick up MaryLu's books, but haven't. So, enter me in the drawing, too.

I gave away Heartsongs (wrapped them in white tissue paper, wrote either historical/contemporary on the paper) from a grab box on New Year's Eve family party.Introduced the HP Mysteries! from that box, too, and lots wanted one. One of the aunts brought one of the Heartsongs I'd given her previously and said, "Of all the books you've passed on to me, I like these stories the best!"

And a local historical society prez told me she loved Mary Connealy's books best of all the books I've recommended to her!

Ha, doing my part over here in Indiana....

MrsinewaTG[at]aol[dot]com

putaruffleonit said...

What a wonderful opportunity!

Ann said...

Sounds like a fabulous story! Please enter me in the drawing!

Becky said...

I do intend to do this drawing. It's been on my to-do list. Where has the week gone already?