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The Blue Enchantress (Charles Towne Belles, Bk 2)
The Blue Enchantress - Charles Towne Belles, Bk 2
Author: Marylu Tyndall
Trying to forget about a painful past, Hope Westcott plunges into Charles Towne society trying to find love and acceptance. Captain Nathaniel Mason is determined to build his shipping business and doesn't need a romantic entanglement especially with a woman like Hope. When Hope's adventure-seeking puts her freedom and her life in jeopard...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781602601574
ISBN-10: 1602601577
Publication Date: 8/1/2009
Pages: 320
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Books
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed The Blue Enchantress (Charles Towne Belles, Bk 2) on + 40 more book reviews
I won this in the first reads giveaway.

This book was just ok for me. It took until about halfway through before it started getting even a little bit interesting. There were too many "miracles", which made it unbelievable.
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For some reason, I just could not immerse myself in Hope and Nathaniel's story. I was really looking forward to it, because I enjoyed The Red Siren immensely. Maybe I just wasn't in a "pirate" mood at the time, but I was about two-thirds of the way through the book before I became emotionally involved with the characters. If the characters are hard for me to relate to, it's harder to get wrapped up in the story. I did finally reach that point, which was a huge relief! Normally, when reading Mary Lu's "pirate" books, I'm hooked from page one....such as with her Legacy of the King's Pirates series, which I couldn't read fast enough. =)

I think Hope was part of my problem. She was really hard to like at times, much less feel compassion for. Once God got His hands on her though, I started to like her more and more! As we come to discover, she has a reason for acting the way she does, and it all stems from a horrible tragedy that she has kept a secret for many years. In no way does this excuse her actions, but it does explain a lot. This is when I started to become emotionally involved with her, and began to understand what she was going through. Mary Lu's unique brand of writing shines through in certain parts of the story, which I'm always happy to see.

It was a pleasure getting to know Nathaniel better. It's amazing what all he endures to keep Hope safe, though at times he practically despises her. He is a true gentleman in every sense of the word, and does his best to defend her honor, even when it seems she doesn't deserve it. Growing up, Nathaniel was practically an orphan, but he is determined to make something of himself, even if it mean's ignoring God's call for his life.

As it turns out, both Hope and Nathaniel discover that when God has a plan for you, He works it out however He sees fit. The Blue Enchantress is full of adventure, sacrifice, painful memories, and forgiveness. I thought the most important lesson of all was, learning to accept yourself as God sees you.

If you haven't had a chance to enjoy any of Mary Lu's books, please visit her at her website to find out more about her, and'll be glad you did!
reviewed The Blue Enchantress (Charles Towne Belles, Bk 2) on + 95 more book reviews
I absolutely love this series and this one is my favorite. The descriptions are so real, I was able to see the story unfold in my mind.