Thursday, May 6, 2010

The Falcon and the Sparrow

One bad decision has put Dominique Dawson’s and her brother’s lives at stake. Now, she will do whatever is necessary to prevent her brother’s untimely death. When she is hired as a governess for the young son of Admiral Chase Randal, she has an opportunity to save her brother’s life. Unfortunately, it will mean betraying her country as well as the admiral. Dominique must choose between the family she has quickly come to love or the brother that she has loved for years. Will her faith open a door for her to have both or is she destined to lose all those she loves?

The Falcon and the Sparrow by M.L. Tyndall is an excellent book choice for someone who likes romance, mystery and a little suspense. I enjoyed this book and even stayed up reading it until 2:00 am one Saturday night. I simply had to know what happened. Admiral Chase Randall was an intriguing character to me. One moment he would be teasing; another he would be angry or brooding.

I did not care for the title of the book. I can see why the author chose it because it describes her two main characters. However, it sounds too much like Lori Wick’s book series which is set in the same time period and has titles such as The Hawk and the Jewel.

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