Tyndall is the Queen of the Historical Romance genre. Suzie Housley, Romance Junkies
Can a woman run a business and provide for a family in Jamaica in1692? Juliana Dutton intends to find out. With an ailing father and a wastrel for a brother, she has no choice. But she must keep her activities a secret or face destitution. When a nosey suitor threatens everything, she spurns him and instead becomes engaged to the town idiot, Lord Munthrope. But is he an idiot? The more her problems push her closer to the man, the more she realizes he is not who he seems.
Alexander Hyde, the Pirate Earl, is the most feared pirate in the Caribbean—feared, successful, wealthy, handsome, and bored, so terribly bored. When an unexpected event allows him to get close to Juliana, a woman he has loved from afar for years, he takes it. But leading a double life causes more problems than it’s worth. A restless crew and a long-time enemy out to capture and hang Alex, put Juliana in grave danger.
As tremors rock the city of Port Royal, Juliana’s faith in God is equally shaken. Not only have things gotten worse, but she is confused by her feelings for both Munthrope and the Pirate Earl. Deception, intrigue, mutiny, death, betrayal, all attempt to tear the lovers apart. But the final blow comes when a massive earthquake strikes the city and threatens to sink it into the sea.
The Ransom is a journey not soon forgotten. . . Cindy Vallar, editor Pirates and Privateers
MaryLu Tyndall can write a pirate tale like no other! This book is the long awaited sequel to the 3 book 'Legacy of the King's Pirates' series. They say good things come to those who wait and this book proves the saying true. Susan Snodgrass, reviewer
Great story. If you loved the Scarlett Pimpernel, you will love this book. Humor was great, action was great, coming home literally and spiritually was a tear jerking moment.a must read. Amazon Customer
This is everything I love in a book - fast paced, witty, daring, romance.... Cannot wait to read more!! A must read!! Amos, book reviewer
Well, because when it comes to historical romance, this woman is absolutely one of the best in the Christian market today, a master at flesh-and-blood characters, pulse-pounding romance, and breathless plots that will starve you of sleep, but nourish your soul. And don’t even get me started on pirates—this woman is queen!! Julie Lessman, award winning author
MaryLu Tyndall is the pirate novels Queen!, AmV - reviewer
Exciting Pirate Novel of Love, Adventure and Divine Appointments Elva Cobb, President American Christian Fiction Writers South Carolina Chapter
I liked that it was very well written, with time appropriate language and a good plot. I also really enjoyed the romance, which has good tension but is clean. Conjunxpigra, reviewer
The Ransom is a great story that keeps you turning the pages. It's funny, sad, mysterious, and has you sitting on the edge of your seat. Oh! And I can't forget the romance! Debbie Lynne Costello, author
This author is going to the top of my list. This story had romance, suspense, wonderful characters and lots of humor. Amazon reviewer
I absolutely LOVE MaryLu Tyndall's pirate books & this one did not disappoint! I love her touch of humor as she describes the antics of "Munny" and the Pirate Earl reminds me of Zorro. This is one book that will go on my "Read Multiple Times" shelf!! :) Becka Jimenez, reviewer
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