No one writes adventurous seafaring romances quite like Tyndall. In book three of the Charles Towne Belles
series, fans might find the plot familiar, but they'll still enjoy the romance, intrigue and adventure.

Captain Rafe Dubois kidnaps Grace Westcott as payment for a crime her father committed. Determined to spread the good news despite her circumstances, Grace approaches the situation as an opportunity to minister.

The embittered Rafe is disgusted by Grace's devotion to God. He needs the money from her capture to help the poor, but he's becoming smitten. Can he ignore his feelings and complete the mission? Or will a traitor on his ship finish him off? (BARBOUR, Jan., 320 pp., $10.97) 
Reviewed by: 
Chandra McNeil