The Restitution – Reveiw

Don’t read this book if you’re not the adventurous type. However, if you’re like me and you didn’t get an exotic vacation this summer, sail away for a few hours on the The Restitution. Take a mental vacation with a quiet place to relax, a slice of fresh fruit, and a soft breeze. Just a word of warning, once you get your sea legs, you won’t want to walk on dry land.

Lady Isabel Ashton is uptight and misguided. Spurned by her family because of her illegitimate son, she strives to recapture her old life. However, when her baby is kidnapped, she takes a journey that transforms her from victim to victor.

Captain Kent Carlton hasn’t stopped looking for Lady Isabel even though he knows her family would never agree to the match. Unaware of their child’s existence, he gives up a pirate’s bounty for treasures he never knew existed.Carve out some time – this perilous, adventurous tale will take you on a journey you won’t regret.

Read the author’s story in the previous post, Bold and Free – MaryLu Tyndall.

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8 thoughts on “The Restitution – Reveiw

  1. Just wanted to stop by and say hello! I’m so glad you came across the parent’s prayer blog – It has really been exciting to see it grow!Stop by my personal blog (Momma Roar) sometime too!!Blessings!

  2. Hi Jan! Just dropping in to say how much I appreciate you having me on your blog! Both the review and my testimony! Wow. I’m glad you enjoyed The Restitution! God bless you!MaryLu

  3. Momma Roar- So how did you get that name? Loved your prayer blog. Thanks for stopping by.ML- YW. 🙂 Inspired – ML or her peeps put it together and sent it to me.Susan – You’ll be glad you read it.

  4. This sounds good! I’m in the mood for an escape! I reviewed a book on my last post, too. It’s one of my favorite books I’ve read in this past year.

  5. Starbucks? Did someone say Srarbucks? When? I’ll be there. 🙂 Paula, I’ve never read a book from that era before. Could be interesting.

The righteous person faces many troubles, but the Lord comes to the rescue each time. - Psalm 34:19

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