Saturday, 30 July 2011
Review: Surrender the Dawn by MaryLu Tyndall
You’ll be gasping for air in this seafaring romance by popular author and Christy Award nominee MaryLu Tyndall. Baltimore’s Cassandra Channing will do anything to provide for her family—even if it means hiring the town rogue as a privateer. Luke Heaton is a handsome rake with a tortured past who is blackmailed by the British into selling supplies to their ships just off the coast. Cassandra and Luke’s worlds collide as they are drawn into danger, secrets, romance, and war. But when the British begin to bombard Fort McHenry, how long can they protect their love—and each other?
Surrender the Dawn is the third book in Tyndall's Surrender to Destiny series, but does equally well as a 'stand alone' novel. Having never read a Tyndall novel before I can't compare it to her others, but this book has an excellent plot and strong characters.
If you a Tyndall fan, I know you'll love this book - and if you're not a Tyndall fan, it will make you want to purchase more of her work.
Publisher: Barbour Publishing Inc.
Publication Date: 1 August 2011
Note: I received pre-release access to this book free from the publisher via NetGalley for the purposes of review. I am not required to give a positive review, just an honest one. The opinions expressed are my own.