Monday, November 1, 2010

Review of The Blue Enchantress!

Hope Westcott's life is about to end when she is suddenly taken captive on a ship and on the auction block as a slave. Her life has been nothing but a mess, her most recent problem being running after a man she wanted to marry to find he was already married. Will she ever find love and forgiveness?

Nathaniel Mason is a strong Christian who is the proud owner of a ship shipping business. When he finds Hope for sale, he remembers his admiration for her and decides to sacrifice for her freedom.

With Hope rescued, it should be a safe trip back home. Or will it?

This book is a tale of redemption, love, and forgiveness. Hope is like so many young woman today- hungry for love but finding anything but. Nathaniel struggles with forgiveness and acceptance, but the reader gets to see him grow in his faith and character. Hope also grows in character and becomes very selfless. I love the adding of a pirate element to this book; it brings so much more character and historical adventure into the story..

This is a book for women, so there may be some things younger gals may not want to read just yet. I advise moms to look over it first. Maybe they can read it with their daughters!

All in all, I rate this book a four out of five stars.

Specifics (from :
~ Paperback: 320 pages 
~ Publisher: Barbour Books; 1 edition (August 1, 2009
~ Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches

Note: An electronic copy of this book was provided freely to me by NetGalley. I am not obligated to write a positive review- only a honest one. 



Sierra said...

I love the cover!Sierra

Shelley said...

Cool, sounds like a really good book! Great review Prism! Thanks for sharing! :)

Kendra Logan said...

I like the way that sounds! I'll have to put in on my list of books to look out for :D


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