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Compelled to spend Christmas on a private island with her father's future bride and her family, Jeanine learns that Margo Banet is descended from a pirate queen.
Relatives and friends all have their reasons for attending the festivities--including the legendary treasure. But when Margo's nephew winds up dead and a violent storm cuts them off from the mainland, Jeanine has to wonder if they will solve the mystery before someone else dies trying.
It's Christmas and the Tallbots are all back together. Tree, carols, presents, dead body... Nothing is simple when the Talbot's go away. And Christmas is no exception to the rule. Another great story from Susan Lyttek, that kept me reading way into the night. I can thoroughly recommend this to everyone.
I was given this by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Home-school mom Jeanine is at it again. She’s faced with her dad’s lady friend and falls in front of her at Thanksgiving. Christmas finds the family on the woman’s island paradise equipped with pirate bogs. The Christmas tree is delivered in an ingenious manner but decorating ceases with the unearthing of a rolled parchment. Lots of action, including a bloody accident amidst a near hurricane. Fast paced all right, including Jeanine stumbling across another body. Clues come from the book of Psalms and events turn stranger and stranger. But it’s all a fun romp.
What a delightful adventure! This story has it all—faith, excitement, pirates and treasure. But most importantly, a driving force of love, family and what it means to incorporate faith into every decision we make. A definite must-read!