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The Redemption
The Redemption | M. L. Tyndall
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Lady Charlisse Bristol sets off on a voyage in search of a father she never knew, only to find herself shipwrecked on a deserted island. Near starvation, she is rescued by a band of pirates and their fiercely handsome -- god-fearing -- leader, Edmund Merrick. Will Clarisse win her struggle against the seductive lure of this pirate captain? While battling his attraction to this winsome lady, Edmund offers to help Charlisse on her quest -- until he discovers her father is none other than Edward the Terror, the crudest pirate on the Caribbean. Can Edmund win this lady's love while shielding her from his lecherous crew and working to bring her father to justice?
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The Redemption | M. L. Tyndall
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#TallShipCelebration #TSC2019 #Redemption

This is a great Christian Pirate romance series with each book focusing on a different facet of faith. In this one it‘s all about redemption of person and redemption given by God.

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The Redemption | M. L. Tyndall
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@tea.n.books tagged me for the #5fordinner
Clockwise from top left:
Katherine McPhee, Harlequin, packs a punch in a few pages
ML Tyndall, great Christian pirate series
LA Meyer, the Bloody Jack series
Catherine Coulter, great character development throughout her romance Sherbroooke series
Last but not least, Jane Austen, the creator of a beautiful piece of fiction that still stands the test of time!

Tagging @Andrew65 @GondorGirl @sprainedbrain

SaraFair There is a Christian pirate series????? 2y
CrowCAH @SaraFair yeesss! Click on the tagged book, it's the first in the series. Beautifully written, with a strong message of redemption. 2y
SaraFair I will look for it! Thanks. 2y
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The Redemption | M. L. Tyndall
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#thisshouldbeamovie This book is a great piece of pirate literature, real characters with feeling and emotions that tug at the heartstrings. The stakes and challenges are believable and have very real consequences for the characters. There's not much internal dialogue that would get lost when made into a movie. #seasonsreadings2016

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