Follow the three Westcott sisters of Charles Towne, South Carolina, through adventures on land and sea. Faith has abandoned faith and tradition to earn her fortune and protect her sisters and herself from arranged marriages. Can a god-fearing captain in the Royal British Navy teach her about true love? Hope has chased what she thought was love all the way into the Caribbean, but will the sacrifices of a ship builder be enough to show her the truth about love? Grace has piously clung to her version of truth, but will a French mercenary have something to teach her about redemption and love?



1. What surprised you about the whole Mayflower voyage?

2. What do you know about the Mayflower voyage?

3. What do you love about the cover of this new book by MaryLu?

4. It's exciting that they have different authors write this series. Do you like when the publisher does that or do you not like that? Tell me about what you think? What's been your experience?

5. What do you find appealing about the new book series?


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Release Date DECEMBER 1, 2018

Book Blurb 

The Liberty Bride: Daughters of the Mayflower

Book 6 in the series

RELEASE DATE Dec 1, 2018


Lieutenant Owen Masters and Emeline Baratt meet on a British warship as sworn enemies. Where will Emeline place her loyalties when forced to spy against her country?
A brand new series for fans of all things related to history, romance, adventure, faith, and family trees.

War Forces a Choice Between Love and Country

A trip home from England to Maryland in 1812 finds Emeline Baratt a captive on a British warship and forced to declare her allegiance between the British and Americans. Remaining somewhat politically neutral on a ship where her nursing skills are desperately needed is fairly easy—until she starts to have feelings for the first lieutenant who becomes her protector. However, when the captain sends her and Lieutenant Owen Masters on land to spy, she must choose between her love for him or her love for her country.



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I've not read a series by multiple authors. I'm excited for this series because of all the AWESOME authors that are contributing! 

What a cool book to read, what surprised me about the Mayflower voyage, that they made it at all

I don't know much about the Mayflower voyage.  But I like the cover and wonder the importance of the locket or whatever is at the end of the necklace.

4.  I do like a collection of authors.. How the books tie in to the theme and getting more of my favorite authors in one book is great!

Looking forward to The Liberty Bride too!

4.  I prefer a series to be by the same author.  Besides, I'm a big fan of Marylu Tyndall since the first book I received in the monthly chat and left reviews for.  Have been following her amazing career.

When several authors write in the same series, it tends to work best when the authors are already know each other well. Having to jump between different styles and voices can be very uneven. Just my two cents...

I love MaryLu's books!

4. I enjoy reading a series with multiple authors. I'm able to enjoy more authors this way!

5. I love historical fiction.

As with the rest of this series, I like the consistency with the covers: 1.) Heroine in relevant clothing, 2.) Face obscured or slightly hidden, 3.) Vibrant.  They have all been beautiful covers and Mary Lu Tyndall's fits nicely with the rest.  I'm just sorry it doesn't release until December.  I love her books.

I like when different authors write series either individually off each other or in collaboration with each other.  I feel that there are more perspectives that are shown and I can see the story from a different set of eyes with multiple writers. However having 1 author for a series also gives a nice consistancy between story lines as well. 

What surprised me when I saw the recreated Mayflower in Plymouth, Massachusetts was how small it is. How those people made that long voyage in that small ship was so amazing!  Very surprising they made it here.

2. I recently read The Mayflower Bride and learned a lot that I didn’t know about the voyage. I didn’t realize they stayed aboard ship for several weeks after they landed. Only a handful left to check out the area.


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