Raven Saint

Raven Saint When Grace Westcott is kidnapped by a French mercenary tossed aboard his ship and told she will be sold to a Spanish Don she can t imagine what she did to deserve such a fate She has spent her enti

  • Title: Raven Saint
  • Author: M.L. Tyndall MaryLu Tyndall
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  • Page: 492
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  • When Grace Westcott is kidnapped by a French mercenary, tossed aboard his ship, and told she will be sold to a Spanish Don, she can t imagine what she did to deserve such a fate She has spent her entire life serving God and helping the poor, Believing God sent her to preach to the vile captain and his crew, Grace s attempts are rewarded with mockery When her situation grWhen Grace Westcott is kidnapped by a French mercenary, tossed aboard his ship, and told she will be sold to a Spanish Don, she can t imagine what she did to deserve such a fate She has spent her entire life serving God and helping the poor, Believing God sent her to preach to the vile captain and his crew, Grace s attempts are rewarded with mockery When her situation grows worse, she is forced to face her own weaknesses But she isn t prepared to face her biggest weakness of all falling in love with the nefarious captain, Rafe Dubois Captain Rafe Dubois hates nothing than religious snobbery Fleeing a home of abuse and betrayal by a self righteous father, he became a mercenary willing to do any job, no matter how vile, in order to amass the fortune he needs to build a hospital in his home town of Port de Paix That is, until he meets the saintly Miss Grace Westcott who continually berates his every move Kidnapping, betrayal, sorceries, dangers on sea and land continually threaten to devour Grace as she searches for God s purpose in the madness But what if that purpose is not to redeem the wicked Captain Rafe Dubois, but to change her own prideful heart
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    • Dina Sleiman says:

      MaryLu Tyndall has done it again. The Raven Saint is yet another awesome pirate romance. Fun and adventure on the high seas. This is the third book of Mary Lu’s Charles Town Belles series. It features a whole different sort of heroine. Grace Westcott is as uptight and prudish as Hope was flighty and sin-ridden and Faith was proud and driven. What a study in contrasts. And as you may imagine, Grace has much to learn in order to overcome her judgmental and legalistic attitude if she is ever goin [...]

    • Lori says:

      The Raven Saint moved at a faster pace than The Blue Enchantress, which made me happy! I enjoyed Grace and Rafe's story a little more as well. I don't know if I just wasn't in a "pirate" mood when I read these two books, and that's why I didn't enjoy them as much as The Red Siren, or what. Don't get me wrong, none of Mary Lu's books are bad, I just wasn't enthralled with this story as I normally am when reading her books.We meet Grace Wescott while she and her personal maid, Alice, are on one of [...]

    • Brooke Barenfanger says:

      A breathtaking story that leaves your heart pounding. The Raven Saint is my favorite of The Charles Towne Belles Trilogy. Grace, the most devout in her faith among the sisters, is kidnapped by a handsome rogue pirate on one of her missions of mercy. She has a few things to learn about herself before her journey is over. Is her faith really as strong as she thinks it is? In time of need, it seems to waver mightily. Her judgmental attitude toward others comes back at her. She finds that she is no [...]

    • Michelle Griep says:

      Wow! What a swashbuckling adventure of a read. The Raven Saint is a powerful conclusion to The Charles Towne Belle Series by author MaryLu Tyndall—and it’s my personal favorite. Tyndall nails the rogue hero persona in the character of Rafe Dubois. What’s not to love in a man who wears a white buccaneer shirt and jackboots? Oh, yes…Captain Dubois is all that and so much more. This jaw-dropping hunk of a captain is not only unpredictable but clever and courageous as well. He’s a bad boy [...]

    • Renee says:

      Loved itbut what's not to love about pirates? ;-)If you love high seas adventures Mary Lu's Charles Towne Belles series is a must read. Book 3 in the series, The Raven Saint is no exception. The characters are terrific including Grace Westcott, the pious sister of the Westcott bunch as well as roguish captain, Rafe Dubois. Even though the setting for The Raven Saint reminded me of her earlier Legacy of the Kings Pirates series, it never got old and made for an interesting read.Grace was far from [...]

    • Katie W says:

      I loved this book in the Charles Towne Series. Each book can stand on its own. Grace, the youngest of four daughters, is kidnapped by pirates and is to be sold to a Spanish Don. Along the way, she attempts to escape and is recaptured. Her strong faith gets her through the ordeal and helps those around her. Meanwhile, the heart of Captain Rafe Dubois is softened. I liked how strong Grace was. Although she was scared, she held to her beliefs and tried to ease the needs of those around her. She was [...]

    • Vickie McDonough says:

      Oh my goodness! The Raven Saint is a fabulous book. It's the story of a pious young woman kidnapped by a scoundrel pirate, who plans to sell her to a Columbian don. Plenty of swashbuckling action and delicious romantic tension with a powerful faith message.

    • BlueJeansAndTeacups says:

      REVIEW FOR ALL 3 BOOKS IN Charles Towne Belles SeriesM.L. TyndallTHE RED SIREN book#1 Charles Towne Belles SeriesM.L. Tyndall•°o•:*¨¨*:•. AVAST YE LANDLUBBERS, FAITH FILLED ADVENTURES AWAIT.•:*¨¨*:• o°•I loved this entire series and read all 3 over a 6 day period in honor of Natl. Talk Like a Pirate Day (-smile). There are exciting adventures upon the high seas in the early 1700s, miraculous deeds, as well as evil presence (things many Christian authors do not bother to address [...]

    • Debra says:

      Once again another awesome book!!!Have all introduced my friends to these book written my this talented author and will keep recommending! On to the next book!

    • Georgianne says:

      This was my favorite of the series. So much action and suspense! And Grace was such a refreshing change from her sisters, Faith and Hope!

    • Tammi says:

      I've really been enjoying this series. I think this is my favorite so far it seems each story gets better and better.

    • Judy says:

      The Raven Saint by M.L. Tyndall is the third and last book in the Charles Towne Belles series. The first book is The Red Siren and the second is The Blue Enchantress. The books are about three sisters: Faith, Hope & Grace Wescott. They have an older sister who is married and still in England, her name is Charity. Their father is an Admiral in the Royal Navy and spends more time at sea then with his family. Their mother passed away during childbirth. This is Grace's story. She has been devote [...]

    • Victor Gentile says:

      I had the privilege of interviewing M. L. Tyndall, on our radio show "Kingdom Highlights", for her new book, "The Raven Saint", Book Three in her, "Charles Towne Belles" series published by Barbour. If you haven't read the first two books you have missed a great treat. Ms. Tyndall knows how to craft a great story filled with action, suspense and wonderful romance. Don't start this book late at night because it will be very difficult to put it down or stop thinking about it.At the end of book two [...]

    • Laura says:

      Grace Westcott was en-route to minister to an ailing Timothy Roberts on a dark, rainy night with her maid, Alice. She had been specifically warned by her father and brother-in-law not to go on any more of these dangerous expeditions. But Grace was doing God’s work: feeding the poor, tending to the sick and spreading the Gospel! However, when she arrived at the Roberts’ cabin, she found that Mr. and Mrs. Roberts had not called for her.Betrayal! At that point, the maid disappeared and Grace wa [...]

    • Delia says:

      Grace Westcott has spent a lifetime caring for the poor, the sick, the less fortunate. She's the epitome of chaste womanhood and righteous living. So when she's kidnapped by the mercenary French sea captain, Rafe Dubois, she immediately begins to search out God's reason for allowing her to be put in such a dangerous and compromising position. Perhaps she's there to bring salvation to the captain and his disreputable crew. Or her task could be to reach Nicole, the unwed mother and surprisingly ca [...]

    • Anita Mae says:

      MaryLu Tyndall delivers a riveting romance on the high seas in a book that steams up the pages as much as the tropics it sails through. A master at creating conflict, she’s written a story about a hero who needs to sell the do-gooder heroine so he can raise money to do good. Sure, Capt Rafe Dubois has his morals a tad confused but the sale of Grace Westcott is for a really good cause – the money is going to build a hospital for orphans. And she’s not just some random woman he picked off th [...]

    • Janelle says:

      Loved it! The Raven Saint had me from the beginning and I couldn't put the book down. The best in the series. This is why MaryLu Tyndall is one of the greatest authors in my book! If I had to make one silly little complaint, it's the cover again. Grace has long raven hair and green eyes, the publishers missed that one. Okay, on to the review nowI loved that Grace, the third sister in the Charles Towns Belles series, learned so much in this book about her faith. She was a Christian woman that oft [...]

    • Christina (Reading Extensively) says:

      In book three of the Charles Towne Belles series, Grace Westcott is kidnapped by mercenary Captain Rafe Dubois who has plans to sell her to a Spanish don in exchange for gold to help the poor. Grace has always prided herself on her faith but she can't see why God would allow this to happen to her. Captain Dubois did not expect to find himself caring about his captive or her faith in God.The Raven Saint, like the other books in the series, combines adventure, faith, and romance. Grace is pious to [...]

    • Laura says:

      Title: THE RAVEN SAINTAuthor: M. L. TyndallPublisher: Barbour BooksJanuary 2010ISBN: 978-1-60260-158-1Genre: Inspirational/historicalGrace Westcott has spent her life serving the poor and telling them about God. But now it seems that the God she serves has abandoned her. While taking food to a poor family who allegedly had a sick child, Grace’s lady’s maid, Alice, sells her to a band of pirates who plan to make a fortune when they deliver to a rich plantation owner. Captain Rafe Dubois expec [...]

    • Stacey says:

      I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to M.L. Tyndall and her publisher for sending me a copy of "The Raven Saint" to review for them. I have always been grateful for this generosity, and I am trying to improve at being consistent in taking the time to thank these wonderfully giving individuals in a public forum. I really appreciate your time, effort and expense in making a reviewer copy available to me.I am barely through chapter two of M.L. Tyndall’s third installment in the Cha [...]

    • Tamara Tilley says:

      THE RAVEN SAINT is fantastic! The third in the Charles Towne Belle series, MaryLu Tyndall continues to wow me with her adventure-filled romances.Grace Westcott had spent her life serving God. From feeding the poor and tending to the needy, to doing all she can to impress upon her sisters the need to live a life worthy of God. When kidnapped by the French mercenary, Rafe DuBois, Grace clings to her faith, even when she finds out DuBois intends on selling her to a Spanish Don. Confident God has al [...]

    • Margaret Chind says:

      MaryLu is an author that I always enjoy. During my move this book disappeared and I did not get to finish it. It was very frustrating, but then while I was reading my latest sea-bound adventure Ransome's Crossing I found the hiding book. So I jumped from one adventurous romance ship-set journey to another in a different part of the ocean. Each of the Charles Towne Belles novels has given an inside view to a different sister with extremely unique personality. I wish there was a fourth book about [...]

    • Rebecca says:

      Pious Grace Westcott, the youngest of the Westcott sisters, has devoted her life to helping the poor and living a moral life. She spends her days in her home city of Charleston, South Carolina helping the impoverished residents by donating food, caring for the sick, and helping orphans find homes. So when she is kidnapped by Captain Rafe Dubois, a French mercenary, she struggles to understand what purpose God has in allowing this to happen to her.Captain Rafe Dubois is a man without faith. He ha [...]

    • Tracy says:

      Finally after reading "The Raven Saint" by MaryLu Tyndall, the last novel in the "Charles Towne Belles" series, I have fully enjoyed the this wonderful book along with the first two books! With each chapter I read, I have an extremely hard time finding out what is going to happen next throughout the book. Grace Westcott a young lady who devotes her life in serving God and helping others in need. French Captain Rafe Dubois a man who is driven to being in authority and doing what he wants to do.Wh [...]

    • Kathleen L. Maher says:

      The Raven Saint by MaryLu Tyndall The third book in the Charles Town Bell series, The Raven Saint brings all of the Caribbean sea-faring adventure that we’ve come to expect from these romances, combined with the superb writing of a master phrase-ologist, plus characters with all the chemistry of an Estee Lauder perfume factory. Grace is the God-fearing daughter of Admiral Westcott, the charitable one, the pious one. She finds herself aboard a mercenary’s vessel, where a rogue Frenchman, Cap [...]

    • Ashley says:

      This was a book I won off . It's #3 in the series, but I was unable to read the 1st two books because my library doesn't carry them. I think reading the first ones might have added more depth/character development, but it was not necessary in order to follow this book's plot. I found the book quite cliche. It reminded me of how a romance book would read without the sex. A young beautiful girl who's devoted her life to God (who's constantly clutching her chest and misjudging people) and a French [...]

    • Casey says:

      Grace Westcott considers herself holy, above reproach, until she is thrown against a man she cannot change. A pious woman, one who revers God, has to learn just what it means to be a servant of Christ.Rafe Dubois got more than he bargained for in Grace Westcott when he kidnaped her. Certainly not a saintly woman of God. Will he be able to sell her as originally planned?This was an excellent conclusion to M.L. Tyndall’s latest series, Charles Towne Belles. My only compliant is the overuse of th [...]

    • Ashley says:

      I loved both, The Red Siren and The Blue Enchantress, so I knew when I picked up The Raven Saint I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed. M.L Tyndall once again, masterly wove love, adventure and God together. Picking up right where The Blue Enchantress left off, your really able to get into the story and the into the characters . Rafe is a perfect opposite to Grace, brash, forward and faithless while Grace is pious, stubborn and demure. And when the two clash, sparks fly. The message in The Raven S [...]

    • Hayden says:

      So, it seems like the same plotline has been used in all three of the Charles Towne Belles series- friend of the hero betrays him, then feels remorse and helps him. I mean, really? In all three books? I did like The Raven Saint better than The Red Siren, but this series was really a bit of a disappointment. Even though Grace could frustrate me sometimes, I will admit that out of all the Westcott sisters, I was the most like her, so that was probably one of the better things about this book- a he [...]

    • Sheri Salatin says:

      Betrayed! Kidnapped! Grace Westcott finds herself aboard a pirate ship. And not for just any reason but to be sold as common cargo to her father's enemy. Come what may, she is determined to hold onto her faith, even if that means resisting the handsome, volatile Capitaine Rafe Dubois. Searching for God's purpose in her dire circumstances, Grace discovers much more.Monsieur Rafe Dubois, is a French Privateer, who enjoys ruffling the feathers of his newest property "mon petit chou pieuse" (little [...]

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