Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Review of The Restitution

When Isabel Ashton’s son is kidnapped, she has no one else to turn to but Captain Kent Carlton, the pirate who sired the child in a violent act. Still holding onto her dreams marrying a nobleman and returning to her privileged social class, she spurns the repentant pirate who will do anything to win her forgiveness as they both risk everything to rescue their child.Title: The Restitution

Author: MaryLu Tyndall

Series: Legacy of the Kings Pirates Book 3

Chapters: 32

Genre: Christian Historical fiction

Rating: 5 stars

The Restitution is the third book in the Legacy of the Kings Pirates.  This book has mention of the hero and Heroine from the first two books, but they aren’t actually in this book.   Lady  Isabel Ashton the secondary heroine from book two is the main character in this book.  Isabel’s young son is kidnapped by pirates and she is forced to turn to the one person she never wanted to see again. Her son’s father Captain Kent Carlton.  He’s a pirate and she doesn’t think that she can trust him, but he might just be her last hope.  Kent has always been seen as the villain by most people including Isabel and he can’t blame her she has every reason to see him as such.  
So far this is my favorite in the series, but that might change when I read the fourth one. With this book you don’t know who’s the hero or the villain.  The Restitution gives new meaning to the phase you can’t judge a book by its cover, because you cannot judge the characters by their looks or what they say.

All I can say is that The Restitution keeps you guessing on what was going to happen next.  Which was a good thing. It  keep me reading.  The Restitution also raises the question can a pirate be a hero? I leave you to find the answer yourself. 

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