Copyright 2007 by MaryLu Tyndall.
All rights reserved.
Romantic Times 4 Stars!
The Restitution by M.L. Tyndall
Shunned by her parents and by society, Lady Isabel Ashton lives a
secluded life at Port Royal with her seven month old baby,
Frederick--the son of the fierce pirate, Kent Carlton. When her baby is
suddenly kidnapped, Captain Carlton appears with an offer to help her
find him. Can Isabel trust the man who once ravished her? Will Kent win
the forgiveness of the woman he loves? Or will the scheme of betrayal
and revenge of his enemies keep them apart and from their son
Marylu Tyndall has created her
characters in such a way that
they jump off the page at you.
Once Upon a Romance Review
THE RESTITUTION by M. L.
Tyndall, was one of the best
books I've read this year! From
the start you are captivated
and become engrossed with
every single page!
Road to Romance, Reviewer's
Ms Tyndall keeps readers on
the edge of their seats with her
fast-paced adventure, nasty
pirates who'll stop at nothing to
accomplish their purpose, a
devious rogue out to dethrone
the captain and steal all that's
his, and scenic locales that
you can almost see and smell.
Overflowing with action and
adventure, the third installment in
the Legacy of the King's Pirates
series will hold readers in its grip.
The characters resonate with
humanity in the midst of peril, and
the author's detailed research is
evident throughout the story.
The faith message is expertly
woven in and is not intrusive. The
writing is stellar and the setting
plays an important part of the story.
If you like historicals, especially
pirate stories, then M. L. Tyndall's
The Restitution is the book to pick
up. Laura from ARomanceReview
I could not put The Restitution
down! Tyndall creates a beautifully
crafted tale that draws you into the
past so that you can almost feel
boat rocking beneath you. With
careful research that shows in its
accuracy, Tyndall makes the
setting come alive.
And, oh! The angst! Both main
characters desperately want
something that is out of their reach,
and their struggles jump off the
page thanks to Tyndall's
wonderful use of dialogue-both
internal and external. You'll fall in
love with her rogue pirate captain,
just like I did.