The Liberty Bride by MaryLu Tyndall is the sixth book in a series of books by various authors, telling a story through the birth of America. This story is set during the war of 1812.
Returning from England home to Baltimore in 1812, Emeline finds the ship she is sailing on taken over by the British and herself made a prisoner of war. Refusing to accept her fate, Emeline fibs and says she is a British spy, thus getting herself out of captivity and into the captain’s trust. Upon docking in Maryland, she realizes the information she has could be very beneficial to the American troops. Will she find her way to safety, and will the truth set her and her country free?
I really enjoyed this book, but then I have enjoyed all of Tyndall’s books that I’ve read over the years. She has a great way of creating characters that draw you in with their doubts and hopes and fears, and creating a redemption story for them that is inspiring beyond the story. The plot drew me in and I found myself reading this book whenever I got the chance over the holidays, laughing out loud over the situations the characters got themselves into but also not being able to tear myself away.
Did you know MaryLu Tyndall was a guest poster on my blog in 2018? You can read what she had to say about how God inspires her creativity by clicking here.
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