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Publisher Description

Embark on a seafaring adventure in a brand-new series from bestselling author MaryLu Tyndall. After witnessing the death and destruction caused by the Civil War, Colonel Blake Wallace is eager to leave his once precious Southern homeland for the pristine shores of Brazil and the prospect of a new utopian community. Widow Eliza Crawford seeks passage on Wallace’s ship harboring a dirty secret—and a blossoming hope for a fresh start. But will dangers from the sea and from man keep them from the peace and love they long for?

Escape to Paradise Series:
Book 1 - Forsaken Dreams
Book 2 - Elusive Hope
Book 3 - Abandoned Memories - July 2014

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
March 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
Barbour Publishing, Inc.
SELLER
Barbour Publishing, Inc.
SIZE
6.9
MB

Customer Reviews

Lie not ,

Forsaken (or Achieved?) Dreams

A very well written tale of life trying to find one's own way when there is a much better way to walk. Ms. Tyndall holds your interest as well as the character's secret to a pinnacle of desire to read the next page, and the next, and the n.... Love with honor and God's blessing. Thumbs up! Well done. Is there a sequel? Can't wait.

MommyAuthor ,

Dreams, Hope, and New Beginnings

A land where dreams come true. That is what is promised in the first book of the Escape To Paradise series from MaryLu Tyndall. Forsaken Dreams is a fine telling of how there are always consequences to our actions whether they be good or bad.

After the destruction of the Civil War a group of war ravaged people set sail to Brazil, the land of new opportunities, but secrets and a supernatural power wrap each person in a grip that threatens to crush them before they reach their promised Utopia.

The relationships among the characters felt real to life. From the feelings of betrayal to the longing for love even when one feels forsaken, the emotions will ring true for many people.

The cover is what first drew my interest, the misty mountain tells a story all its own and the cover does indeed match the story.

I love how the author can make one feel like they are sailing on the ship, hoisting the sails, manning the guns. She paints such descriptive pictures that even people who are not well versed in nautical terms can understand and envision what is happening.

A story well worth reading.

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