I think the only type of pirate I could be is the kind that don’t do anything. However Faith Westcott seems to be a pretty good pirate. If there’s such a thing as a good pirate.
Faith Westcott is the heroine of the new book by M.L. Tyndall called The Red Siren. Faith wants to amass a treasure so that she and her sisters don’t have to get married.
Since her Father is an admiral she lives near the coast and didn’t have far to go to gather a dependable crew. Together they set sail in the wee hours of the morning and plunder merchant ships.
She is piling up treasure quite rapidly until a British Royal Navy captain vows to catch all pirates. Especially the notorious female pirate. (Don’t you just love to pronounce the word notorious? I just don’t get many chances to use “notorious” in day-to-day life.)
Of course they fall in love with each other! The ending has a few twists and turns that I didn’t expect, but ends up quite all right.
This story has deception, honour, traitors, fights, greed, riches, God’s special protection, and forgiveness – all along the Carolina coastline.
I will be looking for the next book with the story of Faith’s sister – The Blue Enchantress by M.L. Tyndall.
To find out more or read the first chapter visit CFBA or the publisher, Barbour Books.