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A Captain's Heart: Pirates & Faith, Book 3 Paperback – November 20, 2009
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About the Author
Molly Evangeline is a home school graduate who lives in Wisconsin. She loves to journal and express herself through writing, creating characters and plots you will come to love. Her passion for writing began when she was eight years old.
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Best for Ages: 12 and up
After making it though Every Tear, I was a little worried I would hate the rest of the Pirates and Faith series. However, I was looking through my Kindle books and came across this forgotten book, and I decided to give it a try. I am so glad I did.
This book was my favorite of the whole series. The story is surprisingly compelling and refreshing. I say surprisingly, because on the surface it sounds like a lot of ‘forbidden love’ stories. However, Evangeline took this old plot and added elements to it that made it really amazing and different.
My favorite part? Kyle works hard to honor his parents, even though they don’t seem to deserve it. Too often books make it sound like honoring your parents is optional when they aren’t being perfect. One of the things I have come to love about this author is that she is unashamed of her faith. Her books talk a lot about bible reading, prayer, and other Christian ideas, yet it never seems forced.
Each of the characters was well developed and felt unique. Mariah was one of my favorite female characters I think I have encountered. I loved her sweetness, Christian character, as well as the way she interacted with Kyle.
The romance was very sweet and one of my favorite relationships in the written word that I have encountered this year. There were a couple of kisses, but they were very sweet, not super passionate and they both were in very appropriate settings (one was even where chaperones were watching). I found the romance very God-honoring and satisfying.
I highly recommend this book to those who like historical fiction, sweet love stories, and books that are unashamed of their Christian faith.
There is a lot of family strife in A Captain's Heart, because Kyle and Elizabeth are strong Christians, and their parents are very opposed to Christianity. As always, Molly's characters are well developed, and the story is very moving. Kyle is chivalrous, which I love, and willing to do what is right, even if it means he will likely be disowned. And the "secret no one is expecting" was certainly unexpected to me. A Captain's Heart is more of a character story than an action story, but there is still action, and there is definitely always something happening. I really enjoyed the story, and I wish there was something more about Kyle and Mariah.