An Adventure-Seeking Woman And A Security-Minded Ship Builder Are Shipwrecked Together.
Still grieving the loss of her mother - and private tradedies of her own - Hope Westcott plays the part of a dutiful admiral's daughter. But longing for the love and acceptance she never felt at home, Hope plunges into Charles Towne society . . . and an illicit affair with Lord Falkland.
For Captain Nathaniel Mason, wealth means security, so he is determined to build his shipping business - ignoring God's call on his life to become an impoverished pastor. He also ignores his attraction to the frivolous, vain Hope Westcott.
Hope's adventure seeking lands her in the hands of an unscrupulous ship captain who wants to sell her to the highest bidder. When Nathaniel sees Hope on the auction block, will he listen to God and sacrifice his ship, cargo, and security to save her?
From the Carolina Coast to the Caribbean, through stormy seas and shipwreck, can Hope and Nathaniel put aside their painful pasts, listen to God's voice, and find true love and acceptance?
After reading "The Red Siren" by MaryLu Tyndall, I had to buy the second book to this series "The Blue Enchantress"! A total different plot going on, but follows along from "The Red Siren"! Hope Westcott is a young lady in love, but comes to where the man she so much trusted betrays her. From there she finds herself being sold like any other slave would be at an action block in Caribbean Islands. Captain Nathaniel Mason who is a merchant captain trying to make a business. He comes across Hope seeing her being auctioned off and soon Nathaniel sells off all what he has to save her.
Hope and Nathaniel now with nothing in their possession, try to make their way back home to Charles Towne. Seeing what Nathaniel has done for her, she took a vow to change her ways and become a proper lady. On their journey home, they face a hurricane out on sea, get shipwrecked on an island, and they are surviving by Nathaniel's skills while both face many different kinds of dangers from duel to the death all the way to pirates. Nathaniel is opened up to what really matters in life and soon sees what God has really called him to. On the other hand when Hope is faced with the many difficult challenges, she is faced to either turn to God or be lured back to her old ways she lived her life. After reading "The Blue Enchantress" this is definitely a great romantic seafaring adventure to take your mind on!